National Register of Historic Places listings in Grand Forks County, North Dakota

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Location of Grand Forks County in North Dakota

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Grand Forks County, North Dakota. This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Grand Forks County, North Dakota, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a Bing or Google map.[1]

With 65 properties and districts listed on the National Register, Grand Forks County has more listings than any of the state's other 52 counties.

The city of Grand Forks has been damaged by floods and fires numerous times, including by floods of the Red River, overflowing its banks in record floods in 1882, 1893, 1897, 1950, 1965, 1966, 1969, 1975, 1978, and 1979."[2]:2 Many of the historic buildings listed on the National Register date from the 1890s period. Many buildings of that era were designed by architects Joseph Bell DeRemer and others; over 60 percent of the commercial buildings were built by the Dinnie Brothers, bricklayers.[2]:17 Other notable architects whose work is reflected in the listings include: Buechner & Orth, Theodore B. Wells, George Hancock and John W. Ross.

A large number of buildings were identified as worth preserving in a 1981 study of Downtown Grand Forks historical resources. [2] This led to many individual buildings being NRHP-listed, and to the listing of several large historic districts. The 1997 flood and fire destroyed some of the National Register-listed buildings.

In 2005, despite the flood and fire damage to the area, the Downtown Grand Forks Historic District was listed. The most recent listings, in 2010, are the University of North Dakota Historic District and WPA Stone Structures in Memorial Park and Calvary Cemetery, and in 2011, The Kegs Drive-In.

A large number of the listings were prepared by Dr. Norene Roberts, of North Dakota State University. Additional notes for many are archived at the university.[3]


Contents: Counties in North Dakota
Adams | Barnes | Benson | Billings | Bottineau | Bowman | Burke | Burleigh | Cass | Cavalier | Dickey | Divide | Dunn | Eddy | Emmons | Foster | Golden Valley | Grand Forks | Grant | Griggs | Hettinger | Kidder | La Moure | Logan | McHenry | McIntosh | McKenzie | McLean | Mercer | Morton | Mountrail | Nelson | Oliver | Pembina | Pierce | Ramsey | Ransom | Renville | Richland | Rolette | Sargent | Sheridan | Sioux | Slope | Stark | Steele | Stutsman | Towner | Traill | Walsh | Ward | Wells | Williams
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 3, 2014.[4]

Key[edit]

Covered in the Downtown Grand Forks MRA

Current listings[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Description
1 Avalon Theater
Avalon Theater
February 4, 1991
(#90002191)
210 Towner Ave.
47°54′19″N 97°37′25″W / 47.905278°N 97.623611°W / 47.905278; -97.623611 (Avalon Theater)
Larimore Art Deco style movie theater built in 1938 as a 350 seat theater[7]
2 Harriet and Thomas Beare House
Harriet and Thomas Beare House
April 20, 1995
(#95000469)
420 Reeves Dr.
47°55′04″N 97°01′36″W / 47.917778°N 97.026667°W / 47.917778; -97.026667 (Harriet and Thomas Beare House)
Grand Forks Victorian house built in 1901 for real estate man Thomas Beare, exemplifying the conspicuous consumption of the cities' elite during the Progressive Era and the growth of the Second Dakota Boom.[8]
3 R.S. Blome Granitoid Pavement in Grand Forks
R.S. Blome Granitoid Pavement in Grand Forks
November 5, 1991
(#91001583)
Roughly Lewis Boulevard south of Conklin Ave. and the area around the junctions of Walnut St. and 3rd Ave. and Minnesota Ave. and 5th St.
47°55′27″N 97°01′58″W / 47.924167°N 97.032778°W / 47.924167; -97.032778 (R.S. Blome Granitoid Pavement in Grand Forks)
Grand Forks Paved area of a historic road surface, a Portland cementaggregate combination that was intended to bridge the gap between the needs of Horse-drawn vehicles, which required sure footing, and automobiles, which needed a hard, resilient surface, in the early 1900s.[9] Boundary decreased on August 30, 2010.
4 B'nai Israel Synagogue and Montefiore Cemetery
B'nai Israel Synagogue and Montefiore Cemetery
October 13, 2011
(#11000745)
B'nai Israel Synagogue: 601 Cottonwood St.
47°54′58″N 97°1′58″W / 47.91611°N 97.03278°W / 47.91611; -97.03278 (B'nai Israel Synagogue)
Montefiore Cemetery: 1450 N. Columbia Rd.

47°56′02″N 97°04′00″W / 47.933889°N 97.066667°W / 47.933889; -97.066667 (B'nai Israel Synagogue and Montefiore Cemetery)
Grand Forks
5 Building at 201 S. 3rd St.
Building at 201 S. 3rd St.
October 26, 1982
(#82001315)
201 S. 3rd St.
47°55′23″N 97°01′37″W / 47.922972°N 97.027083°W / 47.922972; -97.027083 (Building at 201 S. 3rd St.)
Grand Forks Built in 1888, "one of three frame storefront buildings in Grand Forks dating from the early period of frame construction along South Third Street, which was the original main thoroughfare in the city between 1870 and the coming of the railroad and the great Dakota Boom in the 1880s. It represents the first period of early boom town building in the city."[10] Relocated to 216 S. 3rd St. after the 1997 Red River Flood[11]
6 Building at 205 DeMers Ave. Upload image
October 26, 1982
(#82001316)
205 DeMers Ave.
47°55′32″N 97°01′46″W / 47.925556°N 97.029444°W / 47.925556; -97.029444 (Building at 205 DeMers Ave.)
Grand Forks Destroyed by the 1997 Red River Flood, NRHP removal requested 3/21/2005[12]
7 Building at 312 Kittson Ave.
Building at 312 Kittson Ave.
October 26, 1982
(#82001317)
312 Kittson Ave.
47°55′27″N 97°01′45″W / 47.924167°N 97.029167°W / 47.924167; -97.029167 (Building at 312 Kittson Ave.)
Grand Forks
8 Building at 317 S. 3rd St. Upload image
October 26, 1982
(#82001318)
317 S. 3rd St.
47°55′21″N 97°01′30″W / 47.9225°N 97.025°W / 47.9225; -97.025 (Building at 317 S. 3rd St.)
Grand Forks Destroyed by the 1997 Red River Flood, NRHP removal requested 3/21/2005[12]
9 Thomas D. Campbell House
Thomas D. Campbell House
September 29, 1987
(#87002010)
2405 Belmont Rd.
47°53′47″N 97°01′38″W / 47.896389°N 97.027222°W / 47.896389; -97.027222 (Thomas D. Campbell House)
Grand Forks Gothic Revival style log and wood frame home built in 1879, now a house museum.[13]
10 George B. Clifford House
George B. Clifford House
September 30, 1986
(#86002655)
406 Reeves Dr.
47°55′06″N 97°01′36″W / 47.918333°N 97.026667°W / 47.918333; -97.026667 (George B. Clifford House)
Grand Forks
11 Dakota Block
Dakota Block
October 26, 1982
(#82001320)
21 S. 4th St.
47°55′26″N 97°01′48″W / 47.923889°N 97.03°W / 47.923889; -97.03 (Dakota Block)
Grand Forks
12 Joseph Bell DeRemer House
Joseph Bell DeRemer House
June 9, 1983
(#83001933)
625 Belmont Rd.
47°54′57″N 97°01′42″W / 47.915833°N 97.028333°W / 47.915833; -97.028333 (Joseph Bell DeRemer House)
Grand Forks
13 Dinnie Apartments
Dinnie Apartments
June 3, 1994
(#94000555)
102-108 4th Ave., S.
47°55′07″N 97°01′33″W / 47.918611°N 97.025833°W / 47.918611; -97.025833 (Dinnie Apartments)
Grand Forks Part of Downtown Grand Forks MRA.
14 Downtown Grand Forks Historic District
Downtown Grand Forks Historic District
December 28, 2005
(#05001475)
Downtown Grand Forks, at the Red River of the North
47°55′35″N 97°01′51″W / 47.926389°N 97.030833°W / 47.926389; -97.030833 (Downtown Grand Forks Historic District)
Grand Forks
15 Edgar Building
Edgar Building
April 15, 1983
(#83001934)
314 Kittson Ave.
47°55′27″N 97°01′46″W / 47.924167°N 97.029444°W / 47.924167; -97.029444 (Edgar Building)
Grand Forks
16 Finks and Gokey Block
Finks and Gokey Block
April 20, 1983
(#83001935)
414-420 DeMers Ave.
47°55′27″N 97°01′55″W / 47.924167°N 97.031944°W / 47.924167; -97.031944 (Finks and Gokey Block)
Grand Forks
17 First National Bank
First National Bank
October 26, 1982
(#82001323)
322 DeMers Ave.
47°55′29″N 97°01′52″W / 47.924722°N 97.031111°W / 47.924722; -97.031111 (First National Bank)
Grand Forks Damaged by fire during the 1997 Red River Flood. Only burned structure to survive.[14]
18 Carlott Funseth Round Barn Upload image
October 7, 1986
(#86002752)
ND 38
47°46′46″N 97°35′56″W / 47.779444°N 97.598889°W / 47.779444; -97.598889 (Carlott Funseth Round Barn)
Kempton
19 Grand Forks City Hall
Grand Forks City Hall
October 26, 1982
(#82001325)
404 N. 2nd Ave.
47°55′33″N 97°02′03″W / 47.925833°N 97.034167°W / 47.925833; -97.034167 (Grand Forks City Hall)
Grand Forks
20 Grand Forks County Courthouse
Grand Forks County Courthouse
November 25, 1980
(#80002913)
S. 5th St
47°55′22″N 97°01′46″W / 47.922778°N 97.029444°W / 47.922778; -97.029444 (Grand Forks County Courthouse)
Grand Forks
21 Grand Forks County Fairgrounds WPA Structures
Grand Forks County Fairgrounds WPA Structures
April 21, 2009
(#08001262)
2300 Gateway Dr.
47°55′59″N 97°03′34″W / 47.933122°N 97.059483°W / 47.933122; -97.059483 (Grand Forks County Fairgrounds WPA Structures)
Grand Forks
22 Grand Forks Herald
Grand Forks Herald
November 30, 1982
(#82001326)
120-124 N. 4th St.
47°55′33″N 97°01′58″W / 47.925833°N 97.032778°W / 47.925833; -97.032778 (Grand Forks Herald)
Grand Forks Destroyed by the 1997 Red River Flood and subsequent fire.[14]
23 Grand Forks Mercantile Building 1898
Grand Forks Mercantile Building 1898
July 14, 2004
(#04000700)
112-118 N. 3rd St.
47°55′42″N 97°01′56″W / 47.928333°N 97.032222°W / 47.928333; -97.032222 (Grand Forks Mercantile Building 1898)
Grand Forks
24 Grand Forks Mercantile Co.
Grand Forks Mercantile Co.
October 26, 1982
(#82001327)
124 N. 3rd St.
47°55′36″N 97°01′56″W / 47.926667°N 97.032222°W / 47.926667; -97.032222 (Grand Forks Mercantile Co.)
Grand Forks
25 Grand Forks Near Southside Historic District
Grand Forks Near Southside Historic District
July 28, 2004
(#04000757)
Roughly bounded by ND 697, the Red River, 13th Ave., and Cottonwood St.; also 1216 Belmont Rd.
47°55′03″N 97°01′37″W / 47.9175°N 97.026944°W / 47.9175; -97.026944 (Grand Forks Near Southside Historic District)
Grand Forks Belmont Road address represents a boundary increase
26 Grand Forks Riverside Neighborhood Historic District
Grand Forks Riverside Neighborhood Historic District
November 15, 2007
(#07000181)
North of U.S. Route 2 (Gateway Dr. and west of the Red River)
47°56′14″N 97°02′32″W / 47.937158°N 97.042089°W / 47.937158; -97.042089 (Grand Forks Riverside Neighborhood Historic District)
Grand Forks
27 Grand Forks Woolen Mills
Grand Forks Woolen Mills
October 26, 1983
(#83001936)
301 N. 3rd St.
47°55′38″N 97°02′02″W / 47.927222°N 97.033889°W / 47.927222; -97.033889 (Grand Forks Woolen Mills)
Grand Forks
28 Hariman Sanatorium
Hariman Sanatorium
August 28, 2013
(#13000633)
2002 University Ave.
47°55′21″N 97°03′20″W / 47.922586°N 97.055675°W / 47.922586; -97.055675 (Hariman Sanatorium)
Grand Forks
29 Great Northern Freight Warehouse and Depot Upload image
January 29, 1990
(#89002031)
899 2nd Ave., N.
47°55′15″N 97°02′15″W / 47.920833°N 97.0375°W / 47.920833; -97.0375 (Great Northern Freight Warehouse and Depot)
Grand Forks
30 Hook and Ladder No. 1 and Hose Co. No. 2
Hook and Ladder No. 1 and Hose Co. No. 2
October 26, 1982
(#82001328)
215 S. 4th St.
47°55′21″N 97°01′38″W / 47.9225°N 97.027222°W / 47.9225; -97.027222 (Hook and Ladder No. 1 and Hose Co. No. 2)
Grand Forks
31 House at 1648 Riverside Drive Upload image
September 2, 1994
(#94001074)
1648 Riverside Dr.
47°56′09″N 97°02′11″W / 47.935833°N 97.036389°W / 47.935833; -97.036389 (House at 1648 Riverside Drive)
Grand Forks NRHP removal requested 3/21/2005[12]
32 Iddings Block
Iddings Block
October 26, 1982
(#82001329)
9 N. 3rd St.
47°55′32″N 97°01′52″W / 47.925556°N 97.031111°W / 47.925556; -97.031111 (Iddings Block)
Grand Forks
33 The Kegs Drive-In
The Kegs Drive-In
August 24, 2011
(#11000603)
901 N. 5th St.
47°55′48″N 97°02′40″W / 47.93°N 97.044333°W / 47.93; -97.044333 (The Kegs Drive-In)
Grand Forks
34 J. Nelson Kelly House
J. Nelson Kelly House
February 18, 1994
(#94000058)
521 S. 5th St.
47°55′10″N 97°01′28″W / 47.919444°N 97.024444°W / 47.919444; -97.024444 (J. Nelson Kelly House)
Grand Forks
35 Larimore City Hall
Larimore City Hall
May 31, 1990
(#90000600)
Block 64, bounded by Towner, 3rd, Terry, and Main
47°54′23″N 97°37′58″W / 47.906389°N 97.632778°W / 47.906389; -97.632778 (Larimore City Hall)
Larimore
36 Martin V. Linwell House Upload image
February 28, 1980
(#80002914)
316 S. Raymond St.
47°43′56″N 97°34′05″W / 47.732222°N 97.568056°W / 47.732222; -97.568056 (Martin V. Linwell House)
Northwood
37 Lyons Garage
Lyons Garage
October 26, 1982
(#82001330)
214-218 N. 4th St.
47°55′35″N 97°02′03″W / 47.926389°N 97.034167°W / 47.926389; -97.034167 (Lyons Garage)
Grand Forks
38 Masonic Temple
Masonic Temple
October 26, 1982
(#82001331)
413-421 Bruce Ave.
47°55′18″N 97°01′43″W / 47.921667°N 97.028611°W / 47.921667; -97.028611 (Masonic Temple)
Grand Forks
39 Metropolitan Opera House
Metropolitan Opera House
August 27, 1999
(#99001048)
116 S. 3rd St.
47°55′26″N 97°01′41″W / 47.923889°N 97.028056°W / 47.923889; -97.028056 (Metropolitan Opera House)
Grand Forks
40 Midway Bridge Upload image
February 27, 1997
(#97000176)
Unnamed county road across an unnamed creek, approximately 1.5 miles south and 2 miles west of Johnstown
48°07′50″N 97°30′50″W / 48.130556°N 97.513889°W / 48.130556; -97.513889 (Midway Bridge)
Johnstown
41 New Hampshire Apartments
New Hampshire Apartments
October 26, 1982
(#82001332)
105 N. 3rd St.
47°55′34″N 97°01′55″W / 47.926111°N 97.031944°W / 47.926111; -97.031944 (New Hampshire Apartments)
Grand Forks Classically-detailed, Early Commercial building designed by Joseph DeRemer, constructed by Dinnie Brothers in 1904; destroyed by the 1997 Red River Flood,[14] NRHP removal requested 3/21/2005.[12][15] A historical marker indicates that the building was destroyed in the 1997 Red River Flood and fire.
42 North Dakota Mill and Elevator
North Dakota Mill and Elevator
May 11, 1992
(#92000433)
1823 Mill Rd.
47°56′21″N 97°03′21″W / 47.939167°N 97.055833°W / 47.939167; -97.055833 (North Dakota Mill and Elevator)
Grand Forks
43 Northern Pacific Depot and Freight House
Northern Pacific Depot and Freight House
October 26, 1982
(#82001333)
202 N. 3rd St.
47°55′37″N 97°01′58″W / 47.926944°N 97.032778°W / 47.926944; -97.032778 (Northern Pacific Depot and Freight House)
Grand Forks
44 Northwood Bridge Upload image
February 27, 1997
(#97000175)
Unnamed county road across the Goose River, 1.5 miles southwest of Northwood
47°43′03″N 97°36′25″W / 47.7175°N 97.606944°W / 47.7175; -97.606944 (Northwood Bridge)
Northwood
45 Odd Fellows Block
Odd Fellows Block
October 26, 1982
(#82001334)
23-25 S. 4th St.
47°55′26″N 97°01′47″W / 47.923889°N 97.029722°W / 47.923889; -97.029722 (Odd Fellows Block)
Grand Forks
46 Ost Valle Bridge
Ost Valle Bridge
February 27, 1997
(#97000178)
Unnamed county road across an unnamed tributary of the Red River, approximately 6 miles east and 1 mile north of Thompson
47°47′18″N 96°58′57″W / 47.788333°N 96.9825°W / 47.788333; -96.9825 (Ost Valle Bridge)
Thompson
47 Oxford House
Oxford House
May 2, 1973
(#73001384)
University of North Dakota campus
47°55′19″N 97°04′26″W / 47.921944°N 97.073889°W / 47.921944; -97.073889 (Oxford House)
Grand Forks
48 Roller Office Supply
Roller Office Supply
October 26, 1982
(#82001336)
7 N. 3rd St.
47°55′31″N 97°01′51″W / 47.925278°N 97.030833°W / 47.925278; -97.030833 (Roller Office Supply)
Grand Forks
49 St. John's Block Commercial Exchange
St. John's Block Commercial Exchange
October 26, 1982
(#82001338)
2 N. 3rd St.
47°55′32″N 97°01′49″W / 47.925556°N 97.030278°W / 47.925556; -97.030278 (St. John's Block Commercial Exchange)
Grand Forks
50 St. Michael's Church
St. Michael's Church
June 30, 1988
(#88000983)
520 N. 6th St.
47°55′37″N 97°02′21″W / 47.926944°N 97.039167°W / 47.926944; -97.039167 (St. Michael's Church)
Grand Forks
51 St. Michael's Hospital and Nurses' Residence
St. Michael's Hospital and Nurses' Residence
April 20, 1995
(#95000468)
813 Lewis Boulevard
47°55′57″N 97°02′22″W / 47.9325°N 97.039444°W / 47.9325; -97.039444 (St. Michael's Hospital and Nurses' Residence)
Grand Forks
52 Skarsbo Apartments
Skarsbo Apartments
August 27, 2013
(#13000634)
204 & 210 N. 6th St.
47°55′29″N 97°02′10″W / 47.924711°N 97.036099°W / 47.924711; -97.036099 (Skarsbo Apartments)
Grand Forks
53 Sorlie Memorial Bridge
Sorlie Memorial Bridge
July 19, 1999
(#99000844)
Eastern end of Demers Ave.
47°55′37″N 97°01′40″W / 47.926944°N 97.027778°W / 47.926944; -97.027778 (Sorlie Memorial Bridge)
Grand Forks
54 South Junior High School
South Junior High School
March 5, 1999
(#99000274)
1224 Walnut St.
47°54′33″N 97°01′55″W / 47.909167°N 97.031944°W / 47.909167; -97.031944 (South Junior High School)
Grand Forks
55 Speed Printing
Speed Printing
October 26, 1982
(#82001337)
220 S. 3rd St.
47°55′23″N 97°01′35″W / 47.923056°N 97.026389°W / 47.923056; -97.026389 (Speed Printing)
Grand Forks
56 Stratford Building
Stratford Building
October 26, 1982
(#82001339)
311 DeMers Ave.
47°55′29″N 97°01′50″W / 47.924722°N 97.030556°W / 47.924722; -97.030556 (Stratford Building)
Grand Forks
57 Telephone Co. Building
Telephone Co. Building
October 26, 1982
(#82001340)
24 N. 4th St.
47°55′31″N 97°01′55″W / 47.925278°N 97.031944°W / 47.925278; -97.031944 (Telephone Co. Building)
Grand Forks
58 U.S. Post Office and Courthouse
U.S. Post Office and Courthouse
June 3, 1976
(#76001354)
102 N. 4th St.
47°55′32″N 97°01′57″W / 47.925556°N 97.0325°W / 47.925556; -97.0325 (U.S. Post Office and Courthouse)
Grand Forks
59 United Lutheran Church
United Lutheran Church
December 30, 1991
(#91001906)
324 Chestnut St.
47°55′07″N 97°01′49″W / 47.918611°N 97.030278°W / 47.918611; -97.030278 (United Lutheran Church)
Grand Forks
60 University of North Dakota Historic District
University of North Dakota Historic District
January 13, 2010
(#08001233)
University of North Dakota
47°55′21″N 97°04′14″W / 47.922444°N 97.070614°W / 47.922444; -97.070614 (University of North Dakota Historic District)
Grand Forks
61 Viets Hotel Upload image
October 26, 1982
(#82001341)
309-311 3rd St., S.
47°55′22″N 97°01′30″W / 47.922778°N 97.025°W / 47.922778; -97.025 (Viets Hotel)
Grand Forks Damaged by the 1997 Red River Flood. Destroyed by fire in September 2000;[16] NRHP removal requested 3/21/2005[12]
62 Washington School
Washington School
February 24, 1992
(#92000035)
422 N. 6th St.
47°55′34″N 97°02′18″W / 47.926111°N 97.038333°W / 47.926111; -97.038333 (Washington School)
Grand Forks
63 Dr. Henry Wheeler House
Dr. Henry Wheeler House
January 16, 1986
(#86000166)
420 Franklin St.
47°55′13″N 97°01′33″W / 47.920278°N 97.025833°W / 47.920278; -97.025833 (Dr. Henry Wheeler House)
Grand Forks
64 WPA Stone Structures in Memorial Park and Calvary Cemetery
WPA Stone Structures in Memorial Park and Calvary Cemetery
July 6, 2010
(#10000424)
Southeast corner from intersection of Gateway Dr. and N Columbia Rd.
47°55′59″N 97°04′00″W / 47.933056°N 97.066667°W / 47.933056; -97.066667 (WPA Stone Structures in Memorial Park and Calvary Cemetery)
Grand Forks
65 Wright Block
Wright Block
October 26, 1982
(#82001342)
408-412 DeMers Ave.
47°55′28″N 97°01′54″W / 47.924444°N 97.031667°W / 47.924444; -97.031667 (Wright Block)
Grand Forks

Formerly listed[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 BPOE Lodge: Golden Block Upload image
1982
(#82001314)
September 23, 2004
12 N. 4th St.
Grand Forks Early Commercial/vernacular style building that was designed and/or built by Josep Bell DeRemer. Destroyed by the 1997 Red River Flood.[17]
2 Clifford Annex Upload image
1982
(#82001319)
September 23, 2004
407-411 DeMers Ave.
Grand Forks Destroyed by the 1997 Red River Flood and subsequent fire.[17]
3 Dinnie Block Upload image
1982
(#82001321)
September 23, 2004
109 N. 3rd Ave.
Grand Forks Destroyed by the 1997 Red River Flood.[17]
4 Electric Construction Co. Building Upload image
1982
(#82001322)
September 23, 2004
16 S. 4th St.
Grand Forks Destroyed by the 1997 Red River Flood.[17]
5 Flatiron Building Upload image
1982
(#82001324)
September 23, 2004
323 Kittson Ave.
Grand Forks Destroyed by the 1997 Red River Flood.[17]
6 Red River Valley Brick Co. Upload image
1982
(#82001335)
September 23, 2004
215 S. 3rd St.
Grand Forks Destroyed by the 1997 Red River Flood.[17]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ a b c Norene Roberts and Joe Roberts (November 30, 1981). "National Register of Historic Places: Downtown Grand Forks MRA". National Park Service. 
  3. ^ Archive info
  4. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 3, 2014.
  5. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  6. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  7. ^ Dennis McCoy (November 3, 1990). "NRHP Registration: Avalon Theater". National Park Service.  and Accompanying nine photos, exterior and interior, from 1990
  8. ^ Roberts, Norene; Roberts, Joe (1995-04-20). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form". National Register of Historic Places Registration Form. National Park Service. Retrieved 2009-09-28. 
  9. ^ Morris, Sally; Morris, Clyde; McCrosky, Lauren (11/05/1991). "R.S. Blome Granitoid Pavement in Grand Forks". Natiohttp://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=National_Register_of_Historic_Places_listings_in_Grand_Forks_County,_North_Dakota&action=edit&section=2nal Register of Historic Places Registration Form. National Park Service. Retrieved 2009-09-29. 
  10. ^ C. Kudzia, Norene Roberts, Joe Roberts, and Gary Henrickson (July 1981). "North Dakota Cultural Resources Survey: Building at 201 S. 3rd St.". National Park Service.  and Accompanying three photos from 1981
  11. ^ Downtown Grand Forks Historic District Registration, 2005, Section 7 Page 15
  12. ^ a b c d e [eDocket (3/21/2005) http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2005/05-5447.htm]
  13. ^ Roberts, Norene A. (1987-09-29). "Thomas D Campbell House". National Register of Historic Places Registration Form. National Park Service. Retrieved 2009-09-30. 
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  15. ^ C. Kudzia, Norene and Joe Roberts, Gary Henricksen (September 1981). "NRHP Inventory-Nomination: New Hampshire Apartments". National Park Service.  and Accompanying two photos, exterior, from 1981
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  17. ^ a b c d e f "Weekly Announcements October 15, 2004". National Park Service. October 15, 2004.