National Register of Historic Places listings in Whatcom County, Washington
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|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Summary|
||Bellingham||Some guess Aftermath Clubhouse to be the first women's clubhouse built in Washington.|
|2||Austin Pass Warming Hut||
|Southeast of Bagley Lakes, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie NF
|3||Dr. William H. and Frances C. Axtell House||
|413 E. Maple St.
|4||B. P. O. E. Building||
|1412-1414 Cornwall Ave.
||Bellingham||Also known as the Elk's Club.|
|5||George H. Bacon House||
|2001 Eldridge Ave.
||Bellingham||Built by Henry Bacon, first cousin of George.|
|211 W. Holly St.
||Bellingham||The Barlow Building currently houses Film is Truth.|
|7||Beaver Pass Shelter||
|Beaver Pass, 14 mi (23 km). west of Ross Lake
|8||Bellingham City Hall||
|210 Lottie St.
|9||Bellingham Herald Building||
|1155 N. State St.
|10||Bellingham National Bank Building||
|101-111 E. Holly St.
|11||Berthusen Barn and Privy||
|8837 Bethusen Rd.
|12||Alfred L. Black House||
|158 S. Forest St.
||Bellingham||Also known as Wahl House.|
|13||Boundary Marker No. 1||
|Marine Dr. at U.S./Canada border
|14||Broadway Park Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by Illinois, W. North, Summer & Ellis Sts.
|15||Cissna Cottages Historic District||
|Area roughly bounded by H., Halleck, G., and Girard Sts.
|16||Copper Mountain Fire Lookout||
|On Copper Mountain, 10 mi (16 km). east of Hannegan Campground
|1201-1213 N. State St.
|18||Deer Lick Cabin||
|East of Ross Lake on Lightning Creek Trail, south of Three Fools Trail
|19||Desolation Peak Lookout||
|On Desolation Peak east of Ross Lake, 6 mi (9.7 km). south of Canadian border
|20||Devil's Corner Cliff Walk||
|North of Newhalem in Ross Lake National Recreation Area
|21||Diablo Hydroelectric Power Plant||
|Off WA 20 at W end of Diablo Lake
||Newhalem||Consists of 520 acres (2.1 km2), 1 building, and 8 structures.|
|22||J. J. Donovan House||
|1201 Garden St.
||Bellingham||Was used as a women's dormitory by Western Washington University for roughly 25 years.|
|23||Eldridge Avenue Historic District||
|Eldridge Ave. and environs
||Bellingham||Encompasses 1,500 acres (6.1 km2), 683 buildings, and 1 structure.|
|24||Eldridge Homesite and Mansion||
|2915 Eldridge Ave.
||Bellingham||The home currently occupying the site, is the fourth, being built after three others burned.|
|25||Fairhaven Historic District||
|Roughly bounded by 10th and 13th Sts., Columbia and Larrabee Aves.
||Bellingham||Roughly bounded by 10th and 13th Sts., Columbia and Larrabee Aves., (85 acres, 16 buildings)|
|1105 12th St.
||Bellingham||Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR|
|27||Fish and Game-Hozomeen Cabin||
|Hozomeen Lake-Lightning Creek trailhead on E side of Ross Lake
|1311-1319 Bay St.
||Bellingham||Bellingham's first "Skyscraper". It was originally built for the Bellingham Bay (B.B.) Furniture Co.|
|1001 16th St.
|30||Glacier Ranger Station||
|Mount Baker Hwy.
|31||Gorge Hydroelectric Power Plants||
|Off WA 20 at W end of Gorge Lake
||Newhalem||820 acres (3.3 km2), 1 building, and 6 structures|
|32||Great Northern Passenger Station||
|S end of D St.
||Bellingham||Building is currently utilized by Burlington Northern-Santa Fe.|
|1226 N. State St.
||Bellingham||Currently being remodeled.|
|5299 Neilson Rd.
|35||Immanuel School of Industries-Department of Public Welfare||
|1303 Astor St.
|36||International Boundary US-Canada||
|Along US-Canada border between eastern boundary of Ross Lake NRA and western boundary of North Cascades National Park
|37||Koma Kulshan Ranger Station||
|Forest Rd. 11, west of Baker Lake, Mt. Baker National Forest
|405 Fieldston Rd.
||Bellingham||Commissioned by Charles Xavier Larrabee, he did not live to see it built. Also known as Lairmont Manor and Mt. St. Mary's Novitiate.|
|1224 Cornwall Ave.
||Bellingham||The Leopold Hotel currently houses a retirement home.|
|40||Lynden Department Store||
|444 Front St.
||Lynden||Also known as the Waples Building / Delft Square. Heavily damaged by fire in 2008.|
|41||Middle Fork Nooksack River Bridge||
|Mosquito Lake Rd.
||Acme||Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR|
|42||Montague and McHugh Building||
|114 W. Magnolia St.
||Bellingham||Designed by John Graham Sr.|
|43||Morse Hardware Company Building||
|1023-1025 N. State St.
|44||Robert I. Morse House||
|1014 N. Garden St.
|45||Mount Baker Theatre||
|106 N. Commercial St.
||Bellingham||Designed by Robert Reamer, designer of the Old Faithful Inn.|
|245 Marine Dr.;Blaine Harbor Berth A-11
|47||Nooksack Falls Hydroelectric Power Plant||
|Rt. 542 on Nooksack River
|310-318 W. Holly St. and 419 Champion St.
||Bellingham||The Oakland Block was recently remodeled to provide low-income housing.|
|49||Old Main, Western Washington State College||
|516 High St.
|50||Park Butte Lookout||
|Mt. Baker Ranger District, southwest of the Easton Glacier of Mt. Baker
|Peace Arch State Park, US 5 at the US-Canadian border
|52||Perry Creek Shelter||
|On Little Beaver Trail, 5 mi (8.0 km). west of Ross Lake
|910 Bancroft St.
||Bellingham||The former home of George Pickett is the oldest building in Bellingham.|
|54||T. G. Richards and Company Store||
|1308 E St.
||Bellingham||Later became the Washington Territorial Courthouse. The oldest brick building in Washington.|
|55||Victor A. Roeder House||
|2600 Sunset Dr.
||Bellingham||The home currently provides space for different educational activities.|
|56||Lottie Roth Block||
|1106 W. Holly St.
|57||Sanitary Meat Market||
|1015-1019 N. State St.
||Bellingham||The Sanitary Meat Market originally occupied 1015-1019 N. State St., now only 1017.|
|58||Sehome Hill Historic District||
|Portions of Jersey, Key, Liberty, Mason, Newell, E. Myrtle, E. Laurel, and E. Maple Sts.
||Bellingham||Includes portions of Jersey, Key, Liberty, Mason, Newell, E. Myrtle, E. Laurel, and E. Maple Streets, with 153 buildings.|
|59||Si'ke village with historic area called Tsi'lich||
|60||Skagit River and Newhalem Creek Hydroelectric Projects||
|At Newhalem on the Skagit River and at Ross Dam
||Newhalem||420 acres (1.7 km2), 21 buildings, 5 structures, and 1 object|
|61||Sourdough Mountain Lookout||
|On Sourdough Mountain, 5 mi (8.0 km). northeast of Diablo
|62||South Hill Historic District||
|Bounded by Knox, 11th, State, Cedar, 17th, and Highland
|63||U.S. Post Office and Courthouse||
|104 W. Magnolia St.
||Bellingham||Formerly the Bellingham Federal Building, the building is now owned by the city.|
|64||US Post Office-Lynden Main||
|600 Front St.
|65||James F. Wardner House||
|1103 15th St.
||Bellingham||Also known as Wardner Castle, James Wardner only lived in the home for one year.|
|66||Washington Grocery Company Warehouse||
|1125 Railroad Ave.
|67||Whatcom Museum of History and Art||
|121 Prospect St.
||Bellingham||Formerly the Bellingham City Hall.|
|68||Wild Goose Pass Tree||
|69||Winchester Mountain Lookout||
|Mt. Baker Wilderness Area overlooking the N fork of Nooksack River and W fork of Silesia Creek
|70||York Historic District||
|Bounded roughly by Ellis St., Meador Ave., I-5, and Lakeway Dr.
|71||Young Women's Christian Association||
|1026 N. Forest St.
|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed/removed||Location||City or town||Summary|
|1201 Roeder Ave.
||Bellingham||Listed in 1981. Collapsed during a storm in 1986.|
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to National Register of Historic Places in Whatcom County, Washington.|
- "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on March 14, 2014.
- 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.
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-24.
- 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.
- Aftermath Clubhouse (1904) 1412 West Holly Street - City of Belligham, WA
- Coordinates given are for the intersection of H Street and Girard Street, as resulting from a corresponding search in Google Earth.