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Chemawa Indian School, 5495 Chugach Avenue, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, 5495 Chugach Avenue, Salem, Marion, OR

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129 National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San ...

Significance: The Eagle Cafe was constructed as the first steamship passenger waiting room in San Francisco. It currently serves as a maritime worker's cafe noted for its authentic atmosphere. Survey number: H... more

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San ...

Significance: The Eagle Cafe was constructed as the first steamship passenger waiting room in San Francisco. It currently serves as a maritime worker's cafe noted for its authentic atmosphere. Survey number: H... more

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San ...

Significance: The Eagle Cafe was constructed as the first steamship passenger waiting room in San Francisco. It currently serves as a maritime worker's cafe noted for its authentic atmosphere. Survey number: H... more

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San ...

Significance: The Eagle Cafe was constructed as the first steamship passenger waiting room in San Francisco. It currently serves as a maritime worker's cafe noted for its authentic atmosphere. Survey number: H... more

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San ...

Significance: The Eagle Cafe was constructed as the first steamship passenger waiting room in San Francisco. It currently serves as a maritime worker's cafe noted for its authentic atmosphere. Survey number: H... more

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San ...

Significance: The Eagle Cafe was constructed as the first steamship passenger waiting room in San Francisco. It currently serves as a maritime worker's cafe noted for its authentic atmosphere. Survey number: H... more

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

Eagle Cafe, 2566 Powell Street (moved to Pier 39), San Francisco, San ...

Significance: The Eagle Cafe was constructed as the first steamship passenger waiting room in San Francisco. It currently serves as a maritime worker's cafe noted for its authentic atmosphere. Survey number: H... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

The Connor Hotel, 324 Main Street, Joplin, Jasper County, MO

Significance: The Connor Hotel, built 1906-07, was designed by Barnett, Haynes and Barnett of St. Louis, Missouri. The architects utilized the finest materials, including the shite crystaline limestone featured... more

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, C...

Significance: The Temple Beth Israel, constructed in 1889, is one of the earliest surviving synagogues in California. Although modest in size, the building's design and Jewish iconographic elements, such as th... more

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, C...

Significance: The Temple Beth Israel, constructed in 1889, is one of the earliest surviving synagogues in California. Although modest in size, the building's design and Jewish iconographic elements, such as th... more

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, C...

Significance: The Temple Beth Israel, constructed in 1889, is one of the earliest surviving synagogues in California. Although modest in size, the building's design and Jewish iconographic elements, such as th... more

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, C...

Significance: The Temple Beth Israel, constructed in 1889, is one of the earliest surviving synagogues in California. Although modest in size, the building's design and Jewish iconographic elements, such as th... more

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, C...

Significance: The Temple Beth Israel, constructed in 1889, is one of the earliest surviving synagogues in California. Although modest in size, the building's design and Jewish iconographic elements, such as th... more

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, C...

Significance: The Temple Beth Israel, constructed in 1889, is one of the earliest surviving synagogues in California. Although modest in size, the building's design and Jewish iconographic elements, such as th... more

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, C...

Significance: The Temple Beth Israel, constructed in 1889, is one of the earliest surviving synagogues in California. Although modest in size, the building's design and Jewish iconographic elements, such as th... more

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Temple Beth Israel, 1502 Second Avenue, San Diego, San Diego County, C...

Significance: The Temple Beth Israel, constructed in 1889, is one of the earliest surviving synagogues in California. Although modest in size, the building's design and Jewish iconographic elements, such as th... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Moses McKay House, New Burlington Road, Corwin, Warren County, OH

Significance: The Moses McKay House was built in 1818 of brick dug and fired on site. It is a fine example of an early nineteenth century Ohio farm house. The house is notable for its interior woodwork and hand... more

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Ala...

Significance: The Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, built 1920, served as the religious and cultural center of Oakland's Greek community for forty years. The structure's classical Greek features reflect... more

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Ala...

Significance: The Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, built 1920, served as the religious and cultural center of Oakland's Greek community for forty years. The structure's classical Greek features reflect... more

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Ala...

Significance: The Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, built 1920, served as the religious and cultural center of Oakland's Greek community for forty years. The structure's classical Greek features reflect... more

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Ala...

Significance: The Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, built 1920, served as the religious and cultural center of Oakland's Greek community for forty years. The structure's classical Greek features reflect... more

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Ala...

Significance: The Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, built 1920, served as the religious and cultural center of Oakland's Greek community for forty years. The structure's classical Greek features reflect... more

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Ala...

Significance: The Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, built 1920, served as the religious and cultural center of Oakland's Greek community for forty years. The structure's classical Greek features reflect... more

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Ala...

Significance: The Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, built 1920, served as the religious and cultural center of Oakland's Greek community for forty years. The structure's classical Greek features reflect... more

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Ala...

Significance: The Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, built 1920, served as the religious and cultural center of Oakland's Greek community for forty years. The structure's classical Greek features reflect... more

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Ala...

Significance: The Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, built 1920, served as the religious and cultural center of Oakland's Greek community for forty years. The structure's classical Greek features reflect... more

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, 920 Bush Street, Oakland, Ala...

Significance: The Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, built 1920, served as the religious and cultural center of Oakland's Greek community for forty years. The structure's classical Greek features reflect... more

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

Significance: 21-23 West Market Street, built circa 1879, has had a long history of varied commercial uses. The building, notable for its simple ornamentation is an integral part of the West Market Streetscape.... more

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

Significance: 21-23 West Market Street, built circa 1879, has had a long history of varied commercial uses. The building, notable for its simple ornamentation is an integral part of the West Market Streetscape.... more

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

Significance: 21-23 West Market Street, built circa 1879, has had a long history of varied commercial uses. The building, notable for its simple ornamentation is an integral part of the West Market Streetscape.... more

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

Significance: 21-23 West Market Street, built circa 1879, has had a long history of varied commercial uses. The building, notable for its simple ornamentation is an integral part of the West Market Streetscape.... more

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

Significance: 21-23 West Market Street, built circa 1879, has had a long history of varied commercial uses. The building, notable for its simple ornamentation is an integral part of the West Market Streetscape.... more

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

21-23 West Market Street (Commercial Building), York, York County, PA

Significance: 21-23 West Market Street, built circa 1879, has had a long history of varied commercial uses. The building, notable for its simple ornamentation is an integral part of the West Market Streetscape.... more

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Sa...

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-C National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Sa...

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-C National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Sa...

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-C National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Sa...

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-C National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Sa...

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-C National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Sa...

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-C National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Sa...

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-C National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Sa...

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-C National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Sa...

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-C National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, McBride Hall, 5495 Chugach Street Northeast, Sa...

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-C National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

St. Anne's Gymnasium, 74 Cumberland Street, Woonsocket, Providence Cou...

Significance: Built in 1894, it was designed by F. Walter Fontaine, one of the leading architects of the community. The building has served as a cultural, social, and athletic center for the French-Canadian com... more

Chemawa Indian School, House, 2984 Misty Street, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, House, 2984 Misty Street, Salem, Marion, OR

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-I National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

Chemawa Indian School, House, 2984 Misty Street, Salem, Marion, OR

Chemawa Indian School, House, 2984 Misty Street, Salem, Marion, OR

Significance: Chemawa Indian School is the oldest, continuously operating non-reservation boarding school in the United States. Survey number: HABS OR-129-I National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92001333

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