Anderson House and Lexington Battlefield, Lexington (6/04/69)

Buck, Napoleon, House (Antebellum Resources of Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, and Saline Counties, Missouri MPDF), 0.40 mi. S of jct. of US 24 and MO 273, Waverly vicinity (11/14/97)

Catron, Minatree, House (Antebellum Resources of Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, and Saline Counties, Missouri MPDF), 0.1 mi. W of jct. of US 24 and MO 110, Lexington vicinity (11/14/97)

Cheatham, John E., House (Historic Resources of Lexington MRA), 739 MO 13, Lexington (7/08/93)

Chicago and Alton Railroad Depot at Higginsville, 2109 Main St., Higginsville (3/25/87)

Commercial Community Historic District (Map; Historic Resources of Lexington MRA), roughly bounded by 8th, 13th, South, Broadway, and Main Sts., Lexington (8/04/83)

Confederate Chapel, Cemetery and Cottage, Higginsville vicinity (12/16/81)

Cumberland Presbyterian Church (Old Library Building, Historic Museum), 112 S 13th St., Lexington (11/14/78)

Dinwiddie, James M., House (Antebellum Resources of Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, and Saline Counties, Missouri MPDF), 0.25 mi. E of jct. of US 24 and MO 184, Dover vicinity (11/14/97)

Eneberg, John F., House (Historic Resources of Lexington MRA), 157 N 10th St., Lexington (7/8/93; removed 6/6/03)

Gosewisch, Theodore, House (Antebellum Resources of Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, and Saline Counties, Missouri MPDF), 0.5 mi. W of jct. of MO 13 and Marshall School Rd., Lexington vicinity (11/14/97)

Graves, Alexander and Elizabeth Aull, House (Historic Resources of Lexington MRA), 2326 Aull Ln., Lexington (7/08/93)

Hicklin Hearthstone, E of Lexington on US 24 (12/28/82)

Hicklin School, MO 24, Lexington vicinity (2/24/04)

Highland Avenue Historic District (Historic Resources of Lexington MRA), roughly bounded by Highland Ave., from Rock to Bluff Sts., Lexington (8/04/83)

House at 1413 Lafayette Street, Lexington (3/25/99)

Houx-Hoefer-Rehkop House (Leonard Rehkop Residence), 1900 Walnut St., Higginsville (3/29/83)

John, David, House (Historic Resources of Lexington MRA), 103 S 23rd St., Lexington (7/08/93)

Johnson, George, House (Historic Resources of Lexington MRA), 102 S 30th St., Lexington (7/08/93)

Lafayette County Courthouse, Public Sq., Lexington (9/22/70)

Linwood Lawn, SE of Lexington off US 24 (4/23/73)

Odessa Ice Cream Co. Building, 101 W Dryden St., Odessa (10/03/96)

Old Neighborhoods Historic District (map;Historic Resources of Lexington MRA), roughly bounded by 13th, 22nd, South Sts., Forest and Washington Aves., Lexington (8/04/83)

Robinson, William P., House (Antebellum Resources of Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, and Saline Counties, Missouri MPDF), .2 mi. E and 0.15 mi S of jct. of MO 107 and MO 112, Lexington vicinity (11/14/97)

Shelby, Thomas, House (Antebellum Resources of Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, and Saline Counties, Missouri MPDF), 0.25 mi. E of US 24 and MO 111, Lexington vicinity (11/14/97)

Spratt-Allen-Aull House (Historic Resources of Lexington MRA), 2321 Aull Ln., Lexington (7/08/93)

Stramcke, Thomas Talbot and Rebecca Walton Smithers, House, 15834 Hwy O, Lexington vicinity (9/29/99)

Tevis, D.W.B. and Julia Waddell, House (Historic Resources of Lexington MRA), 505 S 13th St., Lexington (7/08/93)

Waddell House, 1704 South St., Lexington (10/11/79)

Wentworth Military Academy, Washington Ave. and 18th St., Lexington (11/24/80)

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