National Register of Historic Places listings in Humboldt County, California

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This list includes properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Humboldt County, California. Click the "Map of all coordinates" link to the right to view a Google map of all properties and districts with latitude and longitude coordinates in the table below.[1]

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 24, 2015.[2]
[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Alford-Nielson House
Alford-Nielson House
January 23, 1986
(#86000100)
1299 Main St.
40°35′09″N 124°15′29″W / 40.585833°N 124.258056°W / 40.585833; -124.258056 (Alford-Nielson House)
Ferndale 1874 French Second Empire, moved from 421 to 1299 Main Street in 1893
2 F. W. Andreasen-John Rossen House
F. W. Andreasen-John Rossen House
September 25, 1989
(#89000855)
Port Kenyon Rd. and Bush St.
40°35′38″N 124°16′21″W / 40.593889°N 124.2725°W / 40.593889; -124.2725 (F. W. Andreasen-John Rossen House)
Ferndale 1901 Queen Anne, William S. Fitzell (architect)
3 Bald Hills Archaeological District Upload image
July 9, 1982
(#82001723)
Address Restricted
Orick c. 500 B.C. to 1000 A.D. Chilula cultural site
4 Bank of Eureka Building
Bank of Eureka Building
April 12, 1982
(#82002180)
240 E St.
40°48′13″N 124°09′59″W / 40.803611°N 124.166389°W / 40.803611; -124.166389 (Bank of Eureka Building)
Eureka 1911, Classic Revival, now Clarke Memorial Museum
5 Bank of Loleta
Bank of Loleta
February 28, 1985
(#85000354)
358 Main St.
40°38′26″N 124°13′26″W / 40.640556°N 124.223889°W / 40.640556; -124.223889 (Bank of Loleta)
Loleta 1920 Classical Revival commercial building (1985 NRHP plaque)
6 Benbow Inn
Benbow Inn
September 15, 1983
(#83001179)
445 Lake Benbow Dr.
40°04′04″N 123°47′19″W / 40.067778°N 123.788611°W / 40.067778; -123.788611 (Benbow Inn)
Garberville 1925 Tudor Revival Hotel
7 A. Berding House
A. Berding House
January 4, 1983
(#83001180)
455 Ocean Ave.
40°34′33″N 124°15′46″W / 40.575833°N 124.262778°W / 40.575833; -124.262778 (A. Berding House)
Ferndale 1875, also called "The Gum Drop Tree House" for the row of trimmed Cypress trees in front
8 Carlotta Hotel Upload image
May 23, 1978
(#78000671)
Central Ave.
40°32′17″N 124°03′30″W / 40.538056°N 124.058333°W / 40.538056; -124.058333 (Carlotta Hotel)
Carlotta 1900
9 Carnegie Free Library
Carnegie Free Library
January 23, 1986
(#86000101)
636 F St.
40°48′02″N 124°09′52″W / 40.800556°N 124.164444°W / 40.800556; -124.164444 (Carnegie Free Library)
Eureka 1903, currently Morris Graves Museum of Art
10 John G. Chapman House Upload image
September 29, 2011
(#11000713)
974 10th St.
40°52′14″N 124°05′18″W / 40.870556°N 124.088333°W / 40.870556; -124.088333 (John G. Chapman House)
Arcata
11 William S. Clark House
William S. Clark House
January 14, 1988
(#87002394)
1406 C St.
40°47′39″N 124°10′03″W / 40.794167°N 124.1675°W / 40.794167; -124.1675 (William S. Clark House)
Eureka 1888, 1.5 story Eastlake Residential
12 John A. Cottrell House
John A. Cottrell House
September 28, 2005
(#05001084)
1228 C St.
40°47′43″N 124°10′04″W / 40.795278°N 124.167778°W / 40.795278; -124.167778 (John A. Cottrell House)
Eureka c.1900, 2 Story Queen Anne/Eastlake Residence
13 De-No-To Cultural District Upload image
April 24, 1985
(#85000901)
Address Restricted
Hoopa Hupa, Kurak cultural site
14 Eureka Historic District
Eureka Historic District
October 15, 1991
(#91001523)
Roughly, First, Second and Third Sts., between C and N Sts.
40°48′17″N 124°09′47″W / 40.804722°N 124.163056°W / 40.804722; -124.163056 (Eureka Historic District)
Eureka 11 block long, three block wide district of Late Victorian, Greek Revival, Classical Revival storefronts & residences. Includes the E. Janssen Building and the Bank of Eureka Building
15 Eureka Inn
Eureka Inn
February 11, 1982
(#82002181)
7th and F Sts.
40°48′00″N 124°09′49″W / 40.8°N 124.163611°W / 40.8; -124.163611 (Eureka Inn)
Eureka 1900 Tudor Revival Hotel
16 Eureka Theatre
Eureka Theatre
January 7, 2010
(#09001199)
612 F St.
40°48′03″N 124°09′58″W / 40.800733°N 124.166217°W / 40.800733; -124.166217 (Eureka Theatre)
Eureka 1937 Streamline Moderne Theater
17 Fern Cottage Historic District
Fern Cottage Historic District
January 7, 1988
(#87002294)
2099 Centerville Rd.
40°35′04″N 124°18′32″W / 40.584444°N 124.308889°W / 40.584444; -124.308889 (Fern Cottage Historic District)
Ferndale 1,600 acre historic district: 16 buildings and 2 structures contribute to listing including historic Fern Cottage, home of the Russ pioneer family.
18 Fernbridge
Fernbridge
April 2, 1987
(#87000566)
CA 211
40°36′51″N 124°12′08″W / 40.614167°N 124.202222°W / 40.614167; -124.202222 (Fernbridge)
Fernbridge 1,320 feet (400 m) concrete arch built 1911, John B. Leonard (engineer) http://ca.water.usgs.gov/webcams/fernbridge/
19 Ferndale Main Street Historic District
Ferndale Main Street Historic District
January 10, 1994
(#93001461)
300-580 Main, 330 Ocean and 207-290 Francis Sts.
40°34′35″N 124°15′45″W / 40.576389°N 124.2625°W / 40.576389; -124.2625 (Ferndale Main Street Historic District)
Ferndale 5 block long Italianate, Stick/Eastlake, Queen Anne commercial and mixed use buildings
20 Ferndale Public Library
Ferndale Public Library
December 10, 1990
(#90001815)
807 Main St.
40°34′47″N 124°15′36″W / 40.579722°N 124.26°W / 40.579722; -124.26 (Ferndale Public Library)
Ferndale 1910 Classical Revival Carnegie Library, Warren Skellings (architect) http://www.carnegie-libraries.org/california/ferndale.html
21 First and F Street Building
First and F Street Building
July 12, 1974
(#74000511)
112 F St.
40°48′19″N 124°09′57″W / 40.805278°N 124.165833°W / 40.805278; -124.165833 (First and F Street Building)
Eureka 1893, commercial corner Stick/Eastlake
22 Grizzly Bluff School
Grizzly Bluff School
November 27, 1979
(#79000476)
East of Ferndale on Grizzly Bluff Rd
40°33′46″N 124°10′12″W / 40.562778°N 124.17°W / 40.562778; -124.17 (Grizzly Bluff School)
Ferndale 1871 Greek Revival School House
23 Gunther Island Site 67
Gunther Island Site 67
15 October 1966
(#66000208)
Humboldt Bay
40°48′47″N 124°10′06″W / 40.812997°N 124.168389°W / 40.812997; -124.168389 (Gunther Island Site 67)
Eureka location of the 1860 Wiyot Massacre
24 Gushaw-Mudgett House
Gushaw-Mudgett House
January 11, 1982
(#82002184)
820 9th St.
40°35′57″N 124°09′28″W / 40.599059°N 124.157744°W / 40.599059; -124.157744 (Gushaw-Mudgett House)
Fortuna 1884, Italianate, Stick/Eastlake residence
25 Holy Trinity Church
Holy Trinity Church
August 6, 1980
(#80004608)
Parker and Hector St.
41°03′33″N 124°08′29″W / 41.05908°N 124.141442°W / 41.05908; -124.141442 (Holy Trinity Church)
Trinidad 1850
26 Hoopa Valley Adobe Upload image
January 7, 2013
(#10000893)
Campus St.
41°02′51″N 123°40′43″W / 41.047633°N 123.678591°W / 41.047633; -123.678591 (Hoopa Valley Adobe)
Hoopa
27 Hotel Arcata
Hotel Arcata
January 5, 1984
(#84000775)
708 9th St.
40°52′09″N 124°05′05″W / 40.869167°N 124.084722°W / 40.869167; -124.084722 (Hotel Arcata)
Arcata 1900 Hotel
28 Humboldt Bay Life-Saving Station
Humboldt Bay Life-Saving Station
October 30, 1979
(#79000477)
South of Samoa on Samoa Rd
40°46′05″N 124°13′05″W / 40.768056°N 124.218056°W / 40.768056; -124.218056 (Humboldt Bay Life-Saving Station)
Samoa 1875/1936, Coast Guard Building
29 Humboldt Bay Woolen Mill
Humboldt Bay Woolen Mill
June 25, 1982
(#82002182)
1400 Broadway
40°47′38″N 124°10′35″W / 40.793889°N 124.176389°W / 40.793889; -124.176389 (Humboldt Bay Woolen Mill)
Eureka 1901, 2 story frame industrial with 1920s add-ons was demolished in 1987. Second from left on bottom row, #21 on original map.
30 Jacoby Building
Jacoby Building
June 17, 1982
(#82002179)
791 8th St.
40°52′06″N 124°05′10″W / 40.868333°N 124.086111°W / 40.868333; -124.086111 (Jacoby Building)
Arcata 1850, Four Story Renaissance, Classical Revival built for storehouse and shops
31 E. Janssen Building
E. Janssen Building
July 16, 1973
(#73000402)
422 First St.
40°48′18″N 124°09′59″W / 40.805°N 124.166389°W / 40.805; -124.166389 (E. Janssen Building)
Eureka 1875, 2 story cast-iron fronted Italianate loft commercial building built for general merchandise and groceries
32 Lower Blackburn Grade Bridge Upload image
June 25, 1981
(#81000148)
Northwest of Bridgeville on CA 36
40°28′50″N 123°53′22″W / 40.480556°N 123.889444°W / 40.480556; -123.889444 (Lower Blackburn Grade Bridge)
Bridgeville 1925
33 D. C. McDonald Building
D. C. McDonald Building
November 17, 1982
(#82000966)
108 F St.
40°48′18″N 124°09′57″W / 40.805°N 124.165833°W / 40.805; -124.165833 (D. C. McDonald Building)
Eureka 1904, 2 Story, Classical Revival, at left end of historic row in photo.
34 George McFarlan House
George McFarlan House
November 15, 1978
(#78000672)
1410 2nd St.
40°48′22″N 124°09′20″W / 40.806111°N 124.155556°W / 40.806111; -124.155556 (George McFarlan House)
Eureka ca. 1857, Greek Revival, possibly a kit house or reassembled on site as parts are numbered
35 Odd Fellows Hall
Odd Fellows Hall
May 3, 1978
(#78000673)
123 F St.
40°48′17″N 124°10′00″W / 40.804661°N 124.166701°W / 40.804661; -124.166701 (Odd Fellows Hall)
Eureka 1882, 2 Story Second Empire
36 Old Jacoby Creek School
Old Jacoby Creek School
February 28, 1985
(#85000353)
2212 Jacoby Creek Rd.
40°50′34″N 124°03′43″W / 40.842778°N 124.061944°W / 40.842778; -124.061944 (Old Jacoby Creek School)
Bayside 1900
37 Phillips House
Phillips House
October 24, 1985
(#85003373)
71 E. Seventh St.
40°51′58″N 124°04′37″W / 40.866111°N 124.076944°W / 40.866111; -124.076944 (Phillips House)
Arcata 1850, Greek Revival
38 Prairie Creek Fish Hatchery
Prairie Creek Fish Hatchery
February 4, 2000
(#00000034)
Milepost 124.83 on US 101, north of Orick
41°19′59″N 124°01′45″W / 41.333056°N 124.029167°W / 41.333056; -124.029167 (Prairie Creek Fish Hatchery)
Orick In use 1925 to 1949.
39 Punta Gorda Light Station
Punta Gorda Light Station
September 1, 1976
(#76000483)
10.5 miles (16.9 km) southwest of Petrolia
40°14′58″N 124°20′44″W / 40.249444°N 124.345556°W / 40.249444; -124.345556 (Punta Gorda Light Station)
Petrolia 1900 Light House
40 Pythian Castle
Pythian Castle
February 20, 1986
(#86000263)
1100 H St.
40°52′16″N 124°05′06″W / 40.871111°N 124.085°W / 40.871111; -124.085 (Pythian Castle)
Arcata 1875, 4 story Queen Anne Knights of Pythias meeting hall
41 Rectory, Catholic Church of the Assumption
Rectory, Catholic Church of the Assumption
February 11, 1982
(#82002183)
563 Ocean Ave.
40°34′30″N 124°15′42″W / 40.575°N 124.261667°W / 40.575; -124.261667 (Rectory, Catholic Church of the Assumption)
Ferndale 1875 Queen Anne, Stick/Eastlake, George F. Costerisa, builder/architect
42 Thomas F. Ricks House
Thomas F. Ricks House
October 2, 1992
(#92001302)
730 H St.
40°48′00″N 124°09′45″W / 40.8°N 124.1625°W / 40.8; -124.1625 (Thomas F. Ricks House)
Eureka c.1885, 2 story Eastlake, portico and double 2 story bays
43 Schorlig House
Schorlig House
November 20, 1978
(#78000670)
1050 12th St.
40°52′21″N 124°05′14″W / 40.8725°N 124.087222°W / 40.8725; -124.087222 (Schorlig House)
Arcata 1875 residence
44 Shaw House
Shaw House
September 13, 1984
(#84000777)
703 Main St.
40°34′45″N 124°15′39″W / 40.579167°N 124.260833°W / 40.579167; -124.260833 (Shaw House)
Ferndale 1866 Carpenter Gothic, served as post office and courthouse
45 Simpson-Vance House
Simpson-Vance House
July 17, 1986
(#86001668)
904 G St.
40°47′55″N 124°09′47″W / 40.798611°N 124.163056°W / 40.798611; -124.163056 (Simpson-Vance House)
Eureka 1892, 2 Story Queen Anne, polygonal corner tower
46 Stone House
Stone House
February 27, 1986
(#86000267)
902 Fourteenth St.
40°52′25″N 124°05′11″W / 40.8735°N 124.0864°W / 40.8735; -124.0864 (Stone House)
Arcata 1875, Queen Anne
47 Sweasey Theater-Loew's State Theater
Sweasey Theater-Loew's State Theater
June 5, 2009
(#09000372)
412 G St.
40°48′10″N 124°09′54″W / 40.802797°N 124.165131°W / 40.802797; -124.165131 (Sweasey Theater-Loew's State Theater)
Eureka 1919 theater with terracotta facade
48 Tishawnik Upload image
January 21, 2015
(#12000397)
Address Restricted
Orleans vicinity
49 Trinidad Head Light Station
Trinidad Head Light Station
September 3, 1991
(#91001098)
Trinidad Head
41°03′14″N 124°08′55″W / 41.053889°N 124.148611°W / 41.053889; -124.148611 (Trinidad Head Light Station)
Trinidad 1871, light elevation of 196 feet, bluff-mounted lighthouse elevation 20 feet
50 Tsahpek Upload image
December 5, 1972
(#72000224)
Address Restricted
Eureka Site of continual occupation for nearly 2,000 years.
51 U.S. Post Office and Courthouse
U.S. Post Office and Courthouse
February 10, 1983
(#83001181)
514 H. Street
40°48′07″N 124°09′47″W / 40.801944°N 124.163056°W / 40.801944; -124.163056 (U.S. Post Office and Courthouse)
Eureka 1909, 3 Story Renaissance Revival
52 Washington School
Washington School
April 12, 2002
(#02000329)
1910 California St.
40°47′27″N 124°10′16″W / 40.790833°N 124.171111°W / 40.790833; -124.171111 (Washington School)
Eureka 2 story school house
53 Whaley House
Whaley House
December 31, 1979
(#79000475)
1395 H St.
40°52′23″N 124°05′03″W / 40.873056°N 124.084167°W / 40.873056; -124.084167 (Whaley House)
Arcata 1850 Greek Revival
54 Magdalena Zanone House
Magdalena Zanone House
April 21, 2004
(#04000335)
1604 G St.
40°47′35″N 124°09′47″W / 40.792972°N 124.163°W / 40.792972; -124.163 (Magdalena Zanone House)
Eureka c.1908, 2 story Queen Anne with tower

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  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. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 24, 2015.
  3. ^ 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.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-24. 
  5. ^ 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.