Barkley, Levi, House, Hannibal vicinity (3/02/84)

Broadway District (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), roughly bounded by S Main, Broadway and S Third Sts., Hannibal (8/01/86)

Buildings at 207-209 S Main Street (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), 207-209 S Main St., Hannibal (8/01/86)

Central Park Historic District, roughly bounded by 4th, 7th, North, and Lyon Sts., Hannibal (10/07/82)

Clemens Field, 401 Collier, Hannibal (8/26/08)

Culbertson-Head Farmstead, 7178 Co. Rd. 402, Palmyra (9/04/08)

Davidson Building (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), 106 S Main St., Hannibal (8/01/86)

Digel Block (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), 218-222 S Main St., Hannibal (8/01/86)

Dryden-Louthan House, 402 E Ross, Palmyra (1/18/85)

Ebert-Dulany House, 1000 Center St., Hannibal (2/17/83)

Eighth and Center Streets Baptist Church, 722 Center St., Hannibal (9/04/80)

Elliott's, Robert, Wholesale Grocery (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), 116-120 S Third St., Hannibal (8/01/86)

Federal Building (U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, Naval Reserve Center), 600 Broadway, Hannibal (10/15/80)

Gardner House, 421 Hamilton and Main Sts., Palmyra (3/04/71)

Green Double House (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), 113-115 S 3rd St., Hannibal (8/01/86)

Hafner Grocery Warehouse (Hannibal Central Business District MRA ), 101 E Church St., Hannibal (8/01/86)

Hannibal Lime Company Office, 623 Collier St., Hannibal (9/06/84)

Hannibal Old Police Station and Jail (City Hall), 4th and Church Sts., Hannibal (7/17/79)

Hendren Farm (Andalusia), off US 61, Hannibal vicinity (8/22/84)

Hock Building (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), 312 Center St., Hannibal (12/02/86)

Holmes-Dakin Building (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), 120-122 S Main St., Hannibal (8/01/86)

Horr, Benjamin, House (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), 308 Central St., Hannibal (12/02/86)

Maple Avenue Historic District (Map), roughly bounded by Broadway and Center St., Alley to North St., Dulany to Section, Hannibal (11/21/02)

Marion County Courthouse, 906 Broadway, Hannibal (10/22/02)

Marion County Jail and Jailor's House, 210 W. Lafayette St., Palmyra (10/04/02)

Mark Twain Historic District, bounded by Bird, Main, Hill Sts., US 36 and Mississippi River, Hannibal (1/04/78)

Mark Twain Hotel (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), 200 S Main St., Hannibal (8/01/86)

Masterson, Robert, House, NW of Hannibal vicinity (4/05/84)

North Main Street Historic District (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), roughly bounded by Bird, N Main, and Hill Sts., Hannibal (8/01/86)

Osterhout Mound Park, Wauneta Pl., Hannibal (4/11/73)

Riverview Park, 2000 Harrison Hill, Hannibal (9/06/05)

Rockcliffe Mansion, 1000 Bird St., Hannibal (9/18/80)

St. Elizabeth Hospital, 109 Virginia St., Hannibal, Marion County (8/14/12)

Sharkey Mound Group, address restricted (12/18/73)

Sowers, Peter J., House, 221 Home St., Palmyra (1/18/85)

Speigle House, 406 S Dickerson, Palmyra (2/14/85)

Standard Printing Co. (Hannibal Central Business District MRA; Map), 210 N 3rd St., Hannibal (8/01/86)

Twain, Mark, Boyhood Home, 206-208 Hill St., Hannibal (10/15/66; NHL 12/29/62)

Walker-Woodward-Schaffer House (Jane Darwell Birthplace), 1425 S Main St., Palmyra (2/16/84)

Wilson, Ephriam J., Farm Complex, E of Palmyra off MO 168 (12/28/82)

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