National Register of Historic Places listings in Washtenaw County, Michigan

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List of Registered Historic Places in Washtenaw County, Michigan.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 12, 2014.[1]
[2] Name on the Register[3] Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 William Anderson House
William Anderson House
August 19, 1982
(#82002884)
2301 Packard Rd.
42°15′16″N 83°43′30″W / 42.254444°N 83.725°W / 42.254444; -83.725 (William Anderson House)
Ann Arbor
2 Ann Arbor Central Fire Station
Ann Arbor Central Fire Station
January 13, 1972
(#72000658)
Corner of 5th Ave. and Huron St.
42°16′54″N 83°44′47″W / 42.281667°N 83.746389°W / 42.281667; -83.746389 (Ann Arbor Central Fire Station)
Ann Arbor Now occupied by the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
3 Joseph Annin House
Joseph Annin House
October 10, 1985
(#85002952)
218 Monroe St.
42°09′42″N 83°47′04″W / 42.161667°N 83.784444°W / 42.161667; -83.784444 (Joseph Annin House)
Saline
4 Bell Road Bridge
Bell Road Bridge
November 29, 1996
(#96001380)
Bell Rd. at the Huron River, Dexter Township
42°24′05″N 83°54′32″W / 42.401389°N 83.908889°W / 42.401389; -83.908889 (Bell Road Bridge)
Pinckney The Bell Road Bridge is a Pratt through truss bridge built in 1891 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio. The bridge is assembled with iron connecting pins, a method unique to the nineteenth century. The bridge carried Bell Road over the Huron River until 1997, when it was removed from its abutments and placed on the southeastern riverbank.
5 Bell-Spalding House
Bell-Spalding House
December 28, 1990
(#90001957)
2117 Washtenaw Ave.
42°15′55″N 83°43′05″W / 42.265278°N 83.718056°W / 42.265278; -83.718056 (Bell-Spalding House)
Ann Arbor
6 Henry Bennett House
Henry Bennett House
March 1, 1973
(#73000959)
312 S. Division St.
42°16′44″N 83°44′40″W / 42.278889°N 83.744444°W / 42.278889; -83.744444 (Henry Bennett House)
Ann Arbor
7 Brinkerhoff-Becker House
Brinkerhoff-Becker House
July 8, 1982
(#82002890)
601 W. Forest Ave.
42°14′51″N 83°37′15″W / 42.2475°N 83.620833°W / 42.2475; -83.620833 (Brinkerhoff-Becker House)
Ypsilanti The Brinkerhoff-Becker House, also known as the Becker-Stachlewitz House, was built as a private home in 1863-69. Charles J. Becker purchased the house in 1889, and remodelled it in 1891 to include the prominent helmet-domed tower. It has been remodeled into apartments, and is currently owned by Eastern Michigan University.
8 Chelsea Commercial Historic District
Chelsea Commercial Historic District
February 22, 2011
(#11000046)
Main St. and adjacent sections of Middle, Park, Jackson, East, and Orchard Sts.
42°19′05″N 84°01′13″W / 42.318056°N 84.020278°W / 42.318056; -84.020278 (Chelsea Commercial Historic District)
Chelsea The Chelsea Commercial Historic District contains 61 contributing structures on or near Main Street in Chelsea. Most are commercial buildings, but also included are several churches, the prominent Glazier Stove Company Warehouse and Clocktower Building and nearby Welfare Building, and the McKune Memorial Library (originally a mid-19th century private home).
9 Zalmon Church House
Zalmon Church House
October 10, 1985
(#85002966)
113 N. Ann Arbor
42°10′02″N 83°46′55″W / 42.167222°N 83.781944°W / 42.167222; -83.781944 (Zalmon Church House)
Saline
10 William H. Davenport House
William H. Davenport House
March 3, 1975
(#75000964)
300 E. Michigan Ave.
42°10′11″N 83°46′31″W / 42.169722°N 83.775278°W / 42.169722; -83.775278 (William H. Davenport House)
Saline
11 Delhi Bridge
Delhi Bridge
September 4, 2008
(#08000844)
E. Delhi Rd. over Huron River
42°20′01″N 83°48′33″W / 42.333725°N 83.809089°W / 42.333725; -83.809089 (Delhi Bridge)
Scio The Delhi Bridge is a one-lane wrought iron Pratt through truss bridge built in 1888. It was heavily damaged by a tornado in 1917, and rebuilt in 1918. It was extensively renovated in 2008-2009, and remains in use by vehicular traffic.
12 Delta Upsilon Fraternity House
Delta Upsilon Fraternity House
November 29, 1995
(#95001394)
1331 Hill St.
42°16′20″N 83°43′56″W / 42.272222°N 83.732222°W / 42.272222; -83.732222 (Delta Upsilon Fraternity House)
Ann Arbor
13 Detroit Observatory
Detroit Observatory
September 20, 1973
(#73000960)
Observatory and Ann Sts.
42°16′54″N 83°43′54″W / 42.281667°N 83.731667°W / 42.281667; -83.731667 (Detroit Observatory)
Ann Arbor The Detroit Observatory was built in 1854, and was the first scientific research facility at the University of Michigan and the oldest observatory of its type in the nation. The building housed a 12⅝-inch (32 cm) Henry Fitz, Jr. refracting telescope, the third largest telescope in the world when it was installed in 1857. Numerous notable astronomers worked or trained at the site, including Franz Brünnow, Cleveland Abbe, James Craig Watson, Asaph Hall, Otto Julius Klotz, Robert Simpson Woodward, and John Martin Schaeberle.
14 Detroit, Hillsdale and Indiana Railroad-Saline Depot
Detroit, Hillsdale and Indiana Railroad-Saline Depot
June 17, 1994
(#94000619)
402 N. Ann Arbor St.
42°10′18″N 83°47′00″W / 42.171667°N 83.783333°W / 42.171667; -83.783333 (Detroit, Hillsdale and Indiana Railroad-Saline Depot)
Saline
15 Nathan B. Devereaux Octagon House
Nathan B. Devereaux Octagon House
April 2, 2003
(#03000177)
66425 Eight Mile Rd.
42°25′46″N 83°41′56″W / 42.429444°N 83.698889°W / 42.429444; -83.698889 (Nathan B. Devereaux Octagon House)
Northfield Township The Nathan B. Devereaux Octagon House is one of only three extant octagonal houses in Washtenaw County, and remains in excellent and near original condition. It was built in 1864 after Nathan B. Devereaux attended an Ann Arbor lecture by Orson Squire Fowler, the leading proponent of octagonal houses.
16 Dixboro United Methodist Church
Dixboro United Methodist Church
March 16, 1972
(#72000665)
5221 Church St.
42°18′48″N 83°39′21″W / 42.313333°N 83.655833°W / 42.313333; -83.655833 (Dixboro United Methodist Church)
Dixboro The Dixboro United Methodist Church was built in 1857 from a design by Ypsilanti architect Abraham Cooper. It is significant as a nearly unaltered example of a mid-19th century Greek Revival style church designed by a professional architect.
17 Thomas Earl House
Thomas Earl House
June 25, 1992
(#91002000)
415 N. Main St.
42°17′03″N 83°44′55″W / 42.284167°N 83.748611°W / 42.284167; -83.748611 (Thomas Earl House)
Ann Arbor
18 East Michigan Avenue Historic District
East Michigan Avenue Historic District
October 10, 1985
(#85002953)
300-321 E. Michigan Ave., 99-103 Maple St., and 217, 300 and 302 E. Henry
42°10′09″N 83°46′32″W / 42.169167°N 83.775556°W / 42.169167; -83.775556 (East Michigan Avenue Historic District)
Saline
19 Eastern Michigan University Historic District
Eastern Michigan University Historic District
October 4, 1984
(#84000017)
Cross St., Washtenaw and Forest Aves.
42°14′47″N 83°37′29″W / 42.246389°N 83.624722°W / 42.246389; -83.624722 (Eastern Michigan University Historic District)
Ypsilanti The Eastern Michigan University Historic District contains four buildings: Welch Hall, Starkweather hall, Sherzer Hall, and McKenny Hall, set on an L-shaped parcel of land on the very south end of the Eastern Michigan University campus. The four buildings are all substantial structures, and each has a unique style and structure design.
20 First National Bank Building
First National Bank Building
November 24, 1982
(#82000547)
201 S. Main St.
42°16′48″N 83°44′54″W / 42.28°N 83.748333°W / 42.28; -83.748333 (First National Bank Building)
Ann Arbor The First National Bank Building is a ten-story Romanesque Revival high-rise was built in 1927, and completed in 1929. It was the tallest building in Ann Arbor at the time of its construction, it was built for the first bank in Washtenaw County.
21 Jortin Forbes House
Jortin Forbes House
October 10, 1985
(#85002954)
211 N. Ann Arbor St.
42°10′05″N 83°46′57″W / 42.168056°N 83.7825°W / 42.168056; -83.7825 (Jortin Forbes House)
Saline
22 Fountain-Bessac House
Fountain-Bessac House
September 29, 1988
(#88001833)
102 W. Main St.
42°08′58″N 84°02′26″W / 42.149444°N 84.040556°W / 42.149444; -84.040556 (Fountain-Bessac House)
Manchester The Fountain-Bessac House was bit in two stages. In 1842, Jacob Fountain built what is now the first floor in a Greek Revival style. Fountain lated sold the house to Dr. William Bessac, who, in 1853, added the second floor, built in an Italian Villa style. The stepped configuration of the first floor, second floor, and crowning cupola has drawn comparisons to a wedding cake.
23 Friend-Hack House
Friend-Hack House
April 25, 1991
(#91000441)
775 County St.
42°05′05″N 83°40′15″W / 42.084722°N 83.670833°W / 42.084722; -83.670833 (Friend-Hack House)
Milan The Friend-Hack House, also known as the Hack House, is a Stick / Eastlake style house built in 1888 for Olive Friend, widow of Professor Henry Friend. The couple had defrauded investors of hundreds of thousands of dollars in the fraudulent Electric Sugar Refining Company.
24 Henry S. Frieze House
Henry S. Frieze House
November 15, 1972
(#72000659)
1547 Washtenaw Ave.
42°16′22″N 83°43′41″W / 42.272778°N 83.728056°W / 42.272778; -83.728056 (Henry S. Frieze House)
Ann Arbor
25 Germania Building Complex
Germania Building Complex
March 10, 1983
(#83000893)
119-123 W. Washington St. and 209-211 Ashley St.
42°16′49″N 83°44′58″W / 42.280278°N 83.749444°W / 42.280278; -83.749444 (Germania Building Complex)
Ann Arbor
26 Goodyear Block
Goodyear Block
August 5, 1993
(#93000770)
138 E. Main St.
42°09′00″N 84°02′21″W / 42.15°N 84.039167°W / 42.15; -84.039167 (Goodyear Block)
Manchester The Goodyear Block, also known as the Arbeiter Block, is a commercial building built in 1867 by Chauncey Walbridge for Henry Goodyear. The third-floor auditorium of the building was used for dances, plays, commencements, and concerts, all of which contributed to making downtown Manchester the social center of the area.
27 Gordon Hall
Gordon Hall
November 9, 1972
(#72000664)
8347 Island Lake Rd.
42°20′25″N 83°53′55″W / 42.340278°N 83.898611°W / 42.340278; -83.898611 (Gordon Hall)
Dexter Gordon Hall was built by Judge Samuel W. Dexter House, the founder of Dexter and an early Michigan land baron, in 1841-43. It was almost certainly used as a stop on the Underground Railroad, and was later purchased by Judge Dexter's granddaughter, pioneering research scientist and suffragist Katherine Dexter McCormick. It is currently being restored by the Dexter Area Historical Society and Museum. The house is unique in Michigan for its balance, large scale, and massive hexastyle portico.
28 Arnold and Gertrude Goss House
Arnold and Gertrude Goss House
May 17, 2006
(#06000402)
3215 W. Dobson Place
42°17′26″N 83°41′56″W / 42.290556°N 83.698889°W / 42.290556; -83.698889 (Arnold and Gertrude Goss House)
Ann Arbor
29 Charles Guthard House
Charles Guthard House
October 10, 1985
(#85002955)
211 E. Michigan Ave.
42°10′07″N 83°46′41″W / 42.168611°N 83.778056°W / 42.168611; -83.778056 (Charles Guthard House)
Saline
30 Harris Hall
Harris Hall
April 22, 1982
(#82002885)
617 East Huron St.
42°16′53″N 83°44′28″W / 42.281389°N 83.741111°W / 42.281389; -83.741111 (Harris Hall)
Ann Arbor
31 Jacob Hoffstetter House
Jacob Hoffstetter House
March 19, 1982
(#82002886)
322 E. Washington St.
42°16′48″N 83°44′42″W / 42.28°N 83.745°W / 42.28; -83.745 (Jacob Hoffstetter House)
Ann Arbor
32 Kellogg-Warden House
Kellogg-Warden House
July 22, 1994
(#94000754)
500 N. Main St.
42°17′06″N 83°44′53″W / 42.285°N 83.748056°W / 42.285; -83.748056 (Kellogg-Warden House)
Ann Arbor
33 Ladies' Literary Club Building
Ladies' Literary Club Building
March 16, 1972
(#72000666)
218 N. Washington St.
42°14′40″N 83°36′51″W / 42.244444°N 83.614167°W / 42.244444; -83.614167 (Ladies' Literary Club Building)
Ypsilanti The Ladies' Literary Club Building was built in approximately 1843 as a home for William M. Davis, probably by Arden H. Ballard House. The house remained in private hands until 1912, when it was purchased by the Ladies' Literary Club as a meeting house. As of 2013, the Club still owns the building.
34 James Litchfield House
James Litchfield House
December 27, 1984
(#84000567)
3512 Central St.
42°20′20″N 83°52′55″W / 42.338889°N 83.881944°W / 42.338889; -83.881944 (James Litchfield House)
Dexter The Litchfield House, completed in 1850, is a Greek Revival style house with a central two-story mass flanked by single-story wings.
35 George R. Lutz House
George R. Lutz House
October 10, 1985
(#85002956)
103 W. Henry St.
42°09′54″N 83°46′53″W / 42.165°N 83.781389°W / 42.165; -83.781389 (George R. Lutz House)
Saline
36 Main Street Historic District
Main Street Historic District
April 14, 1999
(#99000434)
3-153 E. Main, 1-41 W. Main, and 8 Park Lane
42°05′05″N 83°41′01″W / 42.084722°N 83.683611°W / 42.084722; -83.683611 (Main Street Historic District)
Milan The Main Street Historic District is a commercial historic district that includes structures originally built as a hotel, city hall/fire station, post office, church, hospital, meeting hall, and theatre. Although within Milan, the district spans the county line between Washtenaw County, Michigan and Monroe County, Michigan, containing structures within both counties. For that reason, it is also listed on the NRHP listings in Monroe County article.
37 Main Street Post Office
Main Street Post Office
May 22, 1978
(#78001512)
220 N. Main St.
42°16′58″N 83°44′53″W / 42.282778°N 83.748056°W / 42.282778; -83.748056 (Main Street Post Office)
Ann Arbor
38 Floyd R. Mechem House
Floyd R. Mechem House
December 9, 1999
(#99001456)
1402 Hill St.
42°16′19″N 83°43′53″W / 42.271944°N 83.731389°W / 42.271944; -83.731389 (Floyd R. Mechem House)
Ann Arbor
39 Methodist Episcopal Church Parsonage
Methodist Episcopal Church Parsonage
March 18, 1982
(#82002887)
322 E. Washington St.
42°16′48″N 83°44′41″W / 42.28°N 83.744722°W / 42.28; -83.744722 (Methodist Episcopal Church Parsonage)
Ann Arbor
40 Michigan Central Railroad Chelsea Depot
Michigan Central Railroad Chelsea Depot
June 12, 1987
(#87000915)
150 Jackson St.
42°19′09″N 84°01′11″W / 42.319167°N 84.019722°W / 42.319167; -84.019722 (Michigan Central Railroad Chelsea Depot)
Chelsea The Michigan Central Railroad Chelsea Depot is a Stick style Victorian structure with multiple gables and gingerbread decoration. It was designed by the Detroit architectural firm of Mason and Rice in 1880, and was used for passenger service until 1981.
41 Michigan Central Railroad Depot
Michigan Central Railroad Depot
March 10, 1975
(#75000963)
401 Depot St.
42°17′14″N 83°44′32″W / 42.287222°N 83.742222°W / 42.287222; -83.742222 (Michigan Central Railroad Depot)
Ann Arbor Now occupied by the Gandy Dancer restaurant
42 Michigan Theater Building
Michigan Theater Building
November 28, 1980
(#80001917)
521-109 E. Liberty St.
42°16′46″N 83°44′31″W / 42.279444°N 83.741944°W / 42.279444; -83.741944 (Michigan Theater Building)
Ann Arbor The Michigan Theater is a movie palace designed by Detroit-based architect Maurice Finkel and built in 1928. The theater seats 1700 and features the theater's original 1927 Barton Theatre Pipe Organ, orchestra pit, stage, and elaborate architectural details.
43 Miller-Walker House
Miller-Walker House
October 10, 1985
(#85002957)
117 McKay St.
42°10′00″N 83°47′01″W / 42.166667°N 83.783611°W / 42.166667; -83.783611 (Miller-Walker House)
Saline
44 Newberry Hall
Newberry Hall
March 24, 1972
(#72000660)
434 S. State St.
42°16′36″N 83°44′28″W / 42.276667°N 83.741111°W / 42.276667; -83.741111 (Newberry Hall)
Ann Arbor
45 Nickels Arcade
Nickels Arcade
July 9, 1987
(#87001180)
326-330 S. State St.
42°16′42″N 83°44′29″W / 42.278333°N 83.741389°W / 42.278333; -83.741389 (Nickels Arcade)
Ann Arbor
46 North Ann Arbor Street Historic District
North Ann Arbor Street Historic District
October 10, 1985
(#85002958)
301, 303, and 305-327 N. Ann Arbor St.
42°10′12″N 83°47′01″W / 42.17°N 83.783611°W / 42.17; -83.783611 (North Ann Arbor Street Historic District)
Saline
47 Northern Brewery
Northern Brewery
November 20, 1979
(#79001170)
1327 Jones Dr.
42°17′33″N 83°44′05″W / 42.2925°N 83.734722°W / 42.2925; -83.734722 (Northern Brewery)
Ann Arbor
48 Oakwood Cemetery Mausoleum
Oakwood Cemetery Mausoleum
October 10, 1985
(#85003047)
Off Monroe St.
42°09′49″N 83°47′06″W / 42.163611°N 83.785°W / 42.163611; -83.785 (Oakwood Cemetery Mausoleum)
Saline
49 Old West Side Historic District
Old West Side Historic District
April 14, 1972
(#72000661)
Bounded roughly by 7th, Main, and Huron Sts., Pauline Blvd., and Crest Ave.
42°16′26″N 83°45′23″W / 42.273889°N 83.756389°W / 42.273889; -83.756389 (Old West Side Historic District)
Ann Arbor
50 George W. Palmer House
George W. Palmer House
November 29, 1996
(#96001377)
138 E. Middle St.
42°19′05″N 84°01′08″W / 42.318056°N 84.018889°W / 42.318056; -84.018889 (George W. Palmer House)
Chelsea The George W. Palmer House, also known as the Chelsea Private Hospital, was constructed in approximately 1885 for physician George W. Palmer. It was later the residence of Daniel Charles McLaren, a prominent local businessman and village president, and operated as a private hospital in the 1930s and 40s. The exceptional brick Queen Anne structure was refurbished in the 1990s.
51 William B. and Mary Shuford Palmer House
William B. and Mary Shuford Palmer House
March 29, 1999
(#99000340)
227 Orchard Hills Dr.
42°16′43″N 83°42′57″W / 42.278611°N 83.715833°W / 42.278611; -83.715833 (William B. and Mary Shuford Palmer House)
Ann Arbor The William B. and Mary Shuford Palmer House is a multilevel brick and cypress late period Frank Lloyd Wright house, the plan and design of which is based on the equilateral triangle. The house is sheltered by a long broad hipped roof with deep overhangs; a cantilever extending over the terrace is the most dramatic feature of the house. The home was designed in 1952 for William Palmer, an economics professor at the University of Michigan, and his wife Mary.
52 Parker Mill Complex
Parker Mill Complex
August 4, 1982
(#82002888)
East of Ann Arbor at Geddes and Dixboro Rds.
42°16′26″N 83°40′07″W / 42.273889°N 83.668611°W / 42.273889; -83.668611 (Parker Mill Complex)
Ann Arbor Parker Mill is a well-preserved example of a small-scale grist mill operation that was once common in Michigan. The complex contains an 1873 grist mill and and 1887 cider mill (now part of a county park) and the Parker House (now a private residence).
53 Pease Auditorium
Pease Auditorium
October 4, 1984
(#84000018)
College Pl.
42°14′47″N 83°37′18″W / 42.246389°N 83.621667°W / 42.246389; -83.621667 (Pease Auditorium)
Ypsilanti Pease Auditorium is a music venue on the campus of Eastern Michigan University. Built in 1914, Pease auditorium is the 4th oldest standing building on Eastern Michigan University's campus. The building was named after Frederic H. Pease, the professor of music from 1858–1909 and Head of the school's Conservatory.
54 President's House, University Of Michigan
President's House, University Of Michigan
October 15, 1970
(#70000285)
815 S. University, University of Michigan campus
42°16′31″N 83°44′19″W / 42.275278°N 83.738611°W / 42.275278; -83.738611 (President's House, University Of Michigan)
Ann Arbor
55 Emanuel and Elizabeth Rentschler Farmstead
Emanuel and Elizabeth Rentschler Farmstead
June 25, 2013
(#13000445)
1265 E. Michigan Ave.
42°10′35″N 83°45′39″W / 42.17625°N 83.76071°W / 42.17625; -83.76071 (Emanuel and Elizabeth Rentschler Farmstead)
Saline This farmstead, now known as the Rentschler Farm Museum, consists of fourteen historically significant structures built primarily around the turn of the century. The land was first farmed in 1825; in 1901, the farmstead was purchased by Emanuel Rentschler. The Rentschlers continued to farm the land until the 1990s.
56 Saint Mary's School
Saint Mary's School
December 13, 2010
(#10001026)
400 Congdon St.
42°18′54″N 84°01′21″W / 42.315°N 84.0225°W / 42.315; -84.0225 (Saint Mary's School)
Chelsea Saint Mary's School was constructed in 1925, after the original building burned. The nearby parish church was dismantled in 1961, and a new one built in another location. The school stayed open until 1972. In 1998, actor and Chelsea native Jeff Daniels purchased the building from the parish and donated it to the Chelsea Center for the Development of the Arts.
57 St. Patrick's Parish Complex
St. Patrick's Parish Complex
April 23, 1982
(#82002889)
Northfield Church and Whitmore Lake Rds.
42°21′29″N 83°45′01″W / 42.358056°N 83.750278°W / 42.358056; -83.750278 (St. Patrick's Parish Complex)
Ann Arbor St. Patrick's Parish Complex is a historic church building, with associated rectory and cemetery. The property upon which the church now stands was purchased in 1831, and the present church was built in 1875-78. The complex is significant both because of its historical association with the early Irish Catholics in the area,and because of the architecturally important Gothic revival church.
58 Salem Methodist Episcopal Church and Salem Walker Cemetery
Salem Methodist Episcopal Church and Salem Walker Cemetery
August 18, 1992
(#92001054)
7150 Angle Rd., Salem Township
42°24′38″N 83°37′25″W / 42.410556°N 83.623611°W / 42.410556; -83.623611 (Salem Methodist Episcopal Church and Salem Walker Cemetery)
Salem The Salem Methodist Episcopal Church (also known as the Salem Walker Church) was built in 1864. It was used for services until 1912, after which it was abandoned. In 1931, the Salem Walker Cemetery association purchased it and began renting it for weddings and other gatherings. The nearby Salem Walker Cemetery has been used as a burial place since at least 1834. The church is significant as one of the least altered Greek Revival churches existing in the state of Michigan.
59 Saline First Presbyterian Church
Saline First Presbyterian Church
October 10, 1985
(#85002960)
143 E. Michigan Ave.
42°10′02″N 83°46′50″W / 42.167222°N 83.780556°W / 42.167222; -83.780556 (Saline First Presbyterian Church)
Saline The Saline First Presbyterian Church was first organized in 1831 by group of twelve Presbyterian families from Newark, New York. The current church in a brick Romanesque Revival structure designed by Spier & Rohns and constructed in 1898.
60 Schuyler Mill – Ford Soybean Plant Complex
Schuyler Mill – Ford Soybean Plant Complex
May 8, 1996
(#96000477)
555-600 Michigan Ave.
42°09′45″N 83°47′24″W / 42.1625°N 83.79°W / 42.1625; -83.79 (Schuyler Mill – Ford Soybean Plant Complex)
Saline The Schuyler Mill was originally constructed in 1845 by David Schuyler Haywood as a gristmill. However, by 1865, business declined, and the mill was soon closed. Henry Ford purchased the site in 1936 and turned into one of his small village industry factories. It opened it as a soybean processing plant in 1938. The plant was closed in 1947, and later used as an antique store and banquet facility.
61 Starkweather Religious Center
Starkweather Religious Center
April 13, 1977
(#77000724)
901 W. Forest
42°14′47″N 83°37′27″W / 42.246389°N 83.624167°W / 42.246389; -83.624167 (Starkweather Religious Center)
Ypsilanti Starkweather Hall, constructed in 1896, is the oldest building on the campus of Eastern Michigan University. It was constructed as a religious center for the use of the Students' Christian Association, primarily with a $10,000 bequest from philanthropist Mary Ann Starkweather.
62 Stone School
Stone School
November 29, 1995
(#95001386)
2600 Packard Rd.
42°14′49″N 83°43′10″W / 42.246944°N 83.719444°W / 42.246944; -83.719444 (Stone School)
Ann Arbor
63 Louis Sturm House
Louis Sturm House
October 10, 1985
(#85002961)
100 Russell
42°10′06″N 83°47′03″W / 42.168333°N 83.784167°W / 42.168333; -83.784167 (Louis Sturm House)
Saline
64 Langford and Lydia McMichael Sutherland Farmstead
Langford and Lydia McMichael Sutherland Farmstead
May 16, 2006
(#05000711)
797 Textile Rd.
42°11′57″N 83°44′26″W / 42.199167°N 83.740556°W / 42.199167; -83.740556 (Langford and Lydia McMichael Sutherland Farmstead)
Pittsfield Charter Township
65 Dr. Benajah Ticknor House
Dr. Benajah Ticknor House
November 21, 1972
(#72000662)
2781 Packard Rd.
42°14′42″N 83°42′38″W / 42.245°N 83.710556°W / 42.245; -83.710556 (Dr. Benajah Ticknor House)
Ann Arbor The Benajah Ticknor House (now the Cobblestone Farm and Museum) is an 1844 cobblestone farmhouse built by Dr. Benajah Ticknor, a naval surgeon. The surrounding area was farmed from 1824 until 1955, and in 1972 the city of Ann Arbor turned it into a museum.
66 Tuomy Hills Service Station
Tuomy Hills Service Station
March 24, 2000
(#00000240)
2460 Washtenaw Ave.
42°15′34″N 83°42′44″W / 42.259444°N 83.712222°W / 42.259444; -83.712222 (Tuomy Hills Service Station)
Ann Arbor The Tuomy Hills Service Station is a stone gas station reminiscent of an English gatekeeper's cottage.
67 Union Block
Union Block
October 10, 1985
(#85002962)
100-110 E. Michigan Ave.
42°09′59″N 83°46′51″W / 42.166389°N 83.780833°W / 42.166389; -83.780833 (Union Block)
Saline
68 Unitarian Universalist Church
Unitarian Universalist Church
October 4, 1978
(#78001513)
100 N. State St.
42°16′53″N 83°44′26″W / 42.281389°N 83.740556°W / 42.281389; -83.740556 (Unitarian Universalist Church)
Ann Arbor The Ann Arbor Unitarian Universalist Church (also known as the First Unitarian Church) was designed by the Detroit architectural firm of Donaldson & Meier and built in 1881-2 by the Walker Brothers firm of Ann Arbor. The Unitarian congregation used the building until 1946, after which it was used by the Grace Bible Church and then the Bible Church of True Holiness. It currently houses the architecture firm of Hobbs and Black, Associates, Inc.
69 University Of Michigan Central Campus Historic District
University Of Michigan Central Campus Historic District
June 15, 1978
(#78001514)
University of Michigan campus
42°16′37″N 83°44′15″W / 42.276944°N 83.7375°W / 42.276944; -83.7375 (University Of Michigan Central Campus Historic District)
Ann Arbor
70 Samuel D. Van Duzer House
Samuel D. Van Duzer House
October 10, 1985
(#85002963)
205 S. Ann Arbor St.
42°09′54″N 83°46′48″W / 42.165°N 83.78°W / 42.165; -83.78 (Samuel D. Van Duzer House)
Saline
71 Wallace Block-Old Saline Village Hall
Wallace Block-Old Saline Village Hall
October 10, 1985
(#85002964)
101-113 S. Ann Arbor St.
42°09′58″N 83°46′51″W / 42.166111°N 83.780833°W / 42.166111; -83.780833 (Wallace Block-Old Saline Village Hall)
Saline
72 Henry R. Watson House
Henry R. Watson House
October 10, 1985
(#85002965)
7215 N. Ann Arbor-Saline Rd.
42°10′50″N 83°47′13″W / 42.180556°N 83.786944°W / 42.180556; -83.786944 (Henry R. Watson House)
Saline
73 Weinmann Block
Weinmann Block
September 8, 1983
(#83000891)
219-223 E. Washington St.
42°16′50″N 83°44′47″W / 42.280556°N 83.746389°W / 42.280556; -83.746389 (Weinmann Block)
Ann Arbor
74 Orrin White House
Orrin White House
April 16, 1971
(#71000421)
2940 Fuller Rd.
42°16′41″N 83°42′07″W / 42.278056°N 83.701944°W / 42.278056; -83.701944 (Orrin White House)
Ann Arbor The Orrin White House is a two-story frame house covered with cobblestones, set in a herringbone pattern on the front facade. It was between 1836 and 1840 by Orrin and Ann White, and is still used as a private residence.
75 Judge Robert S. Wilson House
Judge Robert S. Wilson House
March 16, 1972
(#72000663)
126 N. Division St.
42°16′55″N 83°44′37″W / 42.281944°N 83.743611°W / 42.281944; -83.743611 (Judge Robert S. Wilson House)
Ann Arbor The Judge Robert S. Wilson House, a two-story Greek Revival structure built in approximately 1839, is an outstanding specimen of classical design. The front facade boasts a full-width portico with Ionic fluted shaft columns, and an entryway framed by matching pilasters.
76 Ypsilanti Historic District
Ypsilanti Historic District
April 11, 1978
(#78001515)
Irregular pattern along Huron River with boundaries extending to Forest Ave., Grove, Buffalo, and Hamilton Sts.
42°14′36″N 83°36′41″W / 42.243333°N 83.611389°W / 42.243333; -83.611389 (Ypsilanti Historic District)
Ypsilanti The Ypsilanti Historic District contains Ypsilanti's two commercial cores along Michigan Avenue and Cross Street (Depot Town) as well as surrounding residential structures. Many buildings date to the mid-19th century. A boundary increase (added 1989-01-05) extended the district in three areas: Roughly Michigan, Summit, W. Cross, W. Forest, and Ballard; S. Adams and Woodward; Forest, Grove, Cross, and River.
77 Ypsilanti Water Works Stand Pipe
Ypsilanti Water Works Stand Pipe
October 26, 1981
(#81000318)
Summit and Cross Sts.
42°14′44″N 83°37′29″W / 42.245556°N 83.624722°W / 42.245556; -83.624722 (Ypsilanti Water Works Stand Pipe)
Ypsilanti The Ypsilanti Water Works Stand Pipe is a historic water tower constructed in 1889 on the highest point in Ypsilanti. The tower is constructed of limestone, and is 147 feet tall with an 85 foot base. The substructure walls taper from a thickness of forty inches at the bottom to 24 inches at the top.

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  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on September 12, 2014.
  2. ^ 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.
  3. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-24. 
  4. ^ 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.