McCall Street Historic District

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McCall Street Historic District
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McCall Street Historic District is located in Wisconsin
McCall Street Historic District
McCall Street Historic District is located in the US
McCall Street Historic District
Location McCall and James Sts., and N. East and Hartwell Aves. (original)
Roughly, Charles and James Sts. from College Ave. to McCall St. and Hartwell Ave. from College to Grove St. (increase)
Waukesha, Wisconsin
Coordinates 43°0′19″N 88°13′26″W / 43.00528°N 88.22389°W / 43.00528; -88.22389Coordinates: 43°0′19″N 88°13′26″W / 43.00528°N 88.22389°W / 43.00528; -88.22389
Area 13 acres (5.3 ha) (original)
40 acres (16 ha) (increase)
Built 1859
Architect Multiple (original)
Hauser, Hugo; Chris Holtz & Sons (increase)
Architectural style Greek Revival, Queen Anne, Victorian;Georgian Revival (original)
Bungalow/Craftsman, Queen Anne, Tudor Revival (increase)
MPS Waukesha MRA
NRHP Reference # 83004348[1]
Added to NRHP December 1, 1983 (original)
March 29, 1993 (increase)

The McCall Street Historic District in Waukesha, Wisconsin is a historic district that was first listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. In 1983 it included 51 buildings deemed to contribute to the historic character of its 13-acre (5.3 ha) area. In 1993 the boundaries were increased to include a 40-acre (16 ha) area having 100 contributing buildings.[1]

The district includes:

  • Walter L. Rankin House (1890), 303 N. East Avenue, built as home for Dr. Walter L. Rankin, president of Carroll College from 1866 to 1903[2]
  • 120 McCall St., once the home of Alexander Randall, former governor of Wisconsin[2]
  • Harrie Randle House (1926), 233 N. Hartwell, Georgian Revival[2]


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