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Contents: List of Registered Historic Places in Kane County, Illinois, USA:

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted September 19, 2014.[1]
Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or Town Summary
2 Aurora College Complex February 16, 1984 347 S. Gladstone Ave.
41°45′17″N 88°20′52″W / 41.75472°N 88.34778°W / 41.75472; -88.34778 (Aurora College Complex)
Aurora Eckhart, Davis, and Wilkinson Halls were the first buildings at Aurora College. The school, which moved to Aurora from Mendota, was long affiliated with the Advent Christian Church. Eckhart was the main hall, and the other two served as dormitories.
3 Aurora Elks Lodge No. 705 March 31, 1980 77 S. Stolp Ave.
41°45′23″N 88°19′2″W / 41.75639°N 88.31722°W / 41.75639; -88.31722 (Aurora Elks Lodge No. 705)
Aurora
12 Col. Ira C. Copley Mansion March 29, 1978 434 W. Downer Pl.
41°45′33″N 88°19′27″W / 41.75917°N 88.32417°W / 41.75917; -88.32417 (Copley, Col. Ira C., Mansion)
Aurora
25 Fox River House May 4, 1976 166 W. Galena
41°45′32″N 88°19′4″W / 41.75889°N 88.31778°W / 41.75889; -88.31778 (Fox River House)
Aurora
30 Graham Building March 19, 1982 33 S. Stolp Ave.
41°45′26″N 88°18′57″W / 41.75722°N 88.31583°W / 41.75722; -88.31583 (Graham Building)
Aurora
31 Gray-Watkins Mill December 17, 1979 211 N. River St.
41°43′46″N 88°20′25″W / 41.72944°N 88.34028°W / 41.72944; -88.34028 (Gray-Watkins Mill)
Montgomery
33 Healy Chapel February 28, 1985 332 W. Downer Pl.
41°45′33″N 88°19′23″W / 41.75917°N 88.32306°W / 41.75917; -88.32306 (Healy Chapel)
Aurora
36 Hotel Aurora June 3, 1982 2 N. Stolp Ave.
41°45′30″N 88°18′54″W / 41.75833°N 88.31500°W / 41.75833; -88.31500 (Hotel Aurora)
Aurora
39 Keystone Building March 18, 1980 30 S. Stolp Ave.
41°45′26″N 88°18′57″W / 41.75722°N 88.31583°W / 41.75722; -88.31583 (Keystone Building)
Aurora
40 LaSalle Street Auto Row Historic District August 1, 1996 56-84 LaSalle St. and 57-83 S. LaSalle St.
41°45′18″N 88°18′48″W / 41.75500°N 88.31333°W / 41.75500; -88.31333 (LaSalle Street Auto Row Historic District)
Aurora
42 Masonic Temple March 19, 1982 104 S. Lincoln Ave.
41°45′12″N 88°18′46″W / 41.75333°N 88.31278°W / 41.75333; -88.31278 (Masonic Temple)
Aurora
43 Memorial Washington Reformed Presbyterian Church November 19, 1980 W of Elgin on W. Highland Ave. Rd.
42°3′51″N 88°23′28″W / 42.06417°N 88.39111°W / 42.06417; -88.39111 (Memorial Washington Reformed Presbyterian Church)
Elgin
46 Old Second National Bank May 8, 1979 37 S. River St.
41°45′28″N 88°19′6″W / 41.75778°N 88.31833°W / 41.75778; -88.31833 (Old Second National Bank)
Aurora
50 St. Charles Hospital June 7, 2010 400 E New York St.
41°45′24.56″N 88°18′26.73″W / 41.7568222°N 88.3074250°W / 41.7568222; -88.3074250 (St. Charles Hospital)
Aurora
55 Stearns–Wadsworth House March 19, 1982 1 S. 570 Bliss Rd.
41°50′40″N 88°24′26″W / 41.84444°N 88.40722°W / 41.84444; -88.40722 (Stearns-Wadsworth House)
Blackberry Township
57 Stolp Woolen Mill Store September 1, 1983 2 W. Downer Pl.
41°45′25″N 88°18′59″W / 41.75694°N 88.31639°W / 41.75694; -88.31639 (Stolp Woolen Mill Store)
Aurora
58 William A. Tanner House August 19, 1976 304 Oak Ave.
41°45′49″N 88°19′6″W / 41.76361°N 88.31833°W / 41.76361; -88.31833 (Tanner, William A., House)
Aurora
62 West Side Historic District August 13, 1986 Roughly bounded by W. Downer Pl., Lake St., Garfield Ave., and S. Highland St.
41°45′11″N 88°19′31″W / 41.75306°N 88.32528°W / 41.75306; -88.32528 (West Side Historic District)
Aurora
64 Judge Isaac Wilson House May 9, 1985 406 E. Wilson St.
41°51′0″N 88°18′4″W / 41.85000°N 88.30111°W / 41.85000; -88.30111 (Wilson, Judge Isaac, House)
Batavia
65 Wing Park Golf Course February 18, 2009 1000 Wing St.
42°2′50.95″N 88°18′16.64″W / 42.0474861°N 88.3046222°W / 42.0474861; -88.3046222 (Wing Park Golf Course)
Elgin
  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on September 19, 2014.