Jasper County Courthouse
Jasper County Courthouse

66 Drive-In, 17231 Old 66 Blvd., Carthage (4/02/03)

Buchanan, Lucius P., House, 3708 E. University Pkwy., Joplin (8/22/16)

Carthage Courthouse Square Historic District (Map), roughly bounded by E Central Ave., S Maple, Lincoln, and W 5th Sts., Carthage (5/15/80)

Carthage South Historic District (City of Carthage MRA; Map), roughly bounded by Garrison and Centennial Aves., 5th and Clinton Sts., Carthage (5/06/82)

Cassill Place Historic District (City of Carthage MRA), 500 block of W Central, Carthage (1/02/86)

Cave Spring School and Cave Spring Cemetery (One-Teacher Public Schools of Missouri, c. 1774 to c. 1973 MPDF), 4323 Cty. Rd. 4, Sarcoxie vicinity (7/17/12)

Colonial Apartments, 406 Walnut Street, Carthage (8/14/01)

Downtown Webb City Historic District, Roughly N. & S. Main, E. & W. Broadway, Daugherty, E. Church, N. Tom, N. Liberty, N. & S. Webb, Webb City (7/18/14)

Elks Club Lodge #501, 318-320 W 4th St., Joplin (6/03/85)

Gentry Apartments, 318 S. Wall St., Joplin (8/08/06)

Fifth and Main Historic District (Map), 501-513 S. Main St., 502-508 Virginia St., Joplin (7/05/06)

Fox Theater, 415 S Main St., Joplin (7/30/90)

Inter-State Grocer Co. Building (Historic Resources of Joplin, Missouri MPDF), 1027-1035 S. Main St., Joplin (10/24/08)

Jasper County Courthouse, Courthouse Sq., Carthage (2/08/73)

Joplin and Wall Avenues Historic District (Historic Resources of Joplin, Missouri MPDF), portions of S. Joplin and Wall Aves, W First, Second, Third Sts, Joplin (10/12/10)

Joplin Carnegie Library, 9th and Wall Sts., Joplin (7/10/79)

Joplin Connor Hotel, 324 Main St., Joplin (2/28/73; demolished)

Joplin Downtown Historic District (Historic Resources of Joplin, Missouri MPDF), S. Main St., roughly between E. 4th and E. 6th Sts., Joplin (7/16/08)

Joplin Furniture Company Building (Historic Resources of Joplin, Missouri MPDF), 702-708 Main St., Joplin (8/07/12)

Joplin Supply Co., 228 S. Joplin Ave., Joplin (7/03/07)

Joplin Union Depot, Broadway and Main Sts., Joplin (3/14/73)

Main and Eight Streets Historic District (Historic Resources of Joplin, Missouri MPDF), portions of the 800 and 900 blocks of S Main St., Joplin (4/15/11)

Middle West Hotel, 1 S Main St., Webb City (9/16/82)

Murphysburg Historic District (Historic Resources of Joplin, Missouri MPDF), Roughly bounded by S. Sergeant, S. Pearl & S. Byers Aves., W. 1st, W. 4th & W. 7th Sts., Joplin (5/18/15)

Newman Brothers Building, 602-608 S Main St., Joplin (7/23/90)

Olivia Apartments, 320 Moffet, Joplin (6/20/08)

Pennington Drug Company (Historic Resources of Joplin, Missouri MPDF), 512-520 Virginia Ave., Joplin (10/10/17)

Phelps Country Estate (City of Carthage MRA), SR 1, 10th St. Rd. approx. 4 mi. NE of Carthage (8/29/83)

Rains Brothers Building, 906-908 S Main St., Joplin (7/19/90)

Ridgway Apartments, 402 and 404 S. Byers Ave., Joplin (8/08/06)

St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Building, 605 Main St., Joplin (10/22/02)

St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church and Rectory, 812 Pearl St., Joplin (6/28/91)

Sarcoxie Public Square Historic District, along 5th, 6th, Center & Cross Sts., Sarcoxie (10/20/14)

Scottish Rite Cathedral, 505 Byers Ave., Joplin (6/21/90)

South Main Street Historic District (Historic Resources of Joplin, Missouri MPDF), W side S Main St, between W First and W Second Sts, Joplin (10/12/10)

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