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National Register of Historic Places listings in Henderson

National Register of Historic Places listings in Henderson. The eight-digit number next to each listing is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System…

600 Block N Main

Visible in this postcard photo of the 600 block of N Main is 517 N Main and 525 N Main.

Squirrel Town

‘Squirrel Town‘ was a low income section of town roughly bounded between South Adams & South Alves Streets and Clay & Dixon Streets. The earliest mention I can…

301 N Main / Elks Home

NW Corner of N Main and Third Streets, currently a parking lot. Home to Elks Lodge No. 206 from 1909 until its demolition in 1974. Google Location

300 Block of N Main

Visible in this photo of a parade in the 300 block of N Main Street is the Elks Lodge, 311 N Main, 315 N Main, and 317 N…

509 N Main

509 N. Main St. In its form, plan and roofline, this stuccoed brick house reseables its circa 1860 neighbor to the south, but its segmental-arched windows throughout, many…

Powell and South Adams

House visible at the NE corner is 140 S Adams.

231 S Elm

Vance-Lambert House; large simplified Queen Anne cottage, neoclassical in its symmetrical massing; Ist story brick veneered with flat cast stone sills and lintels; distinctive roofline of tall hip…

East End Aerial

Visible in this aerial photo of the Audubon and East End is the Louisville & Nashville and Illinois Central railroad tracks, Home Oil & Gas bulk plant, Audubon…

517 N Main / Jarvis House

Jarvis House, 517 N. Main St. The balanced, regularized treatment of the overall fore and main facade, cross-gable roofline with full pediment across the front, and Corinthian coluans…

222 S Green Street

House at 222 S Green Street. It is now a vacant lot.

330 N Green

The old Clark House Reference: Gleaner: 7 April 1966