National Register of Historic Places listings in Clark County, Washington

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Location of Clark County in Washington

This list presents the full set of buildings, structures, objects, sites, or districts designated on the National Register of Historic Places in Clark County, Washington, and offers brief descriptive information about each of them. The National Register recognizes places of national, state, or local historic significance across the United States.[1] Out of over 90,000 National Register sites nationwide,[2] Washington is home to approximately 1,500,[3] and 44 of those are found partially or wholly in Clark County.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted June 16, 2017.[4]

Current listings[edit]

[5] Name on the Register[6] Image Date listed[7] Location City or town Description
1 Amboy United Brethren Church
Amboy United Brethren Church
December 4, 2008
(#08001184)
21416 NE 399th Street
45°54′37″N 122°27′12″W / 45.91036°N 122.45331°W / 45.91036; -122.45331 (Amboy United Brethren Church)
Amboy
2 Anderson–Beletski Prune Farm
Anderson–Beletski Prune Farm
May 15, 1986
(#86001100)
13220 Northwest 42nd Court
45°43′01″N 122°42′51″W / 45.71693°N 122.71414°W / 45.71693; -122.71414 (Anderson–Beletski Prune Farm)
Vancouver Farm was subdivided and most properties demolished or developed. Only the farm house is still standing in its original location.
3 Arndt Prune Dryer
Arndt Prune Dryer
October 4, 1979
(#79002527)
2109 Northwest 219th Street
45°46′43″N 122°41′37″W / 45.778657°N 122.693582°W / 45.778657; -122.693582 (Arndt Prune Dryer)
Ridgefield
4 Basalt Cobblestone Quarries District
Basalt Cobblestone Quarries District
December 14, 1981
(#81000587)
Roghly bounded by Gee Creek, Lake River and BNSF Railway, about 2 miles (3.2 km) northwest of Ridgefield, in Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge
45°50′25″N 122°45′45″W / 45.84037°N 122.76248°W / 45.84037; -122.76248 (Basalt Cobblestone Quarries District)
Ridgefield The 535 acres (217 ha) area comprises 7 basalt quarries.
5 Cedar Creek Grist Mill
Cedar Creek Grist Mill
March 26, 1975
(#75001844)
43907 Northeast Grist Mill Road
45°56′18″N 122°35′00″W / 45.93841°N 122.58324°W / 45.93841; -122.58324 (Cedar Creek Grist Mill)
Woodland
6 Chumasero–Smith House
Chumasero–Smith House
April 7, 1998
(#98000282)
310 West 11th Street
45°37′47″N 122°40′28″W / 45.6298°N 122.67447°W / 45.6298; -122.67447 (Chumasero–Smith House)
Vancouver
7 Clark County Courthouse
Clark County Courthouse
April 11, 2014
(#14000165)
1200 Franklin Street
45°37′49″N 122°40′40″W / 45.63036°N 122.67765°W / 45.63036; -122.67765 (Clark County Courthouse)
Vancouver
8 Clark County Poor Farm – Southwestern Washington Experiment Station
Clark County Poor Farm – Southwestern Washington Experiment Station
January 7, 2013
(#12001159)
1919 Northeast 78th Street
45°40′42″N 122°39′06″W / 45.67833°N 122.65164°W / 45.67833; -122.65164 (Clark County Poor Farm – Southwestern Washington Experiment Station)
Vancouver Actually hosting the Washington State University Extension of Clark County.
9 Covington House
Covington House
May 5, 1972
(#72001268)
4201 Main Street
45°39′09″N 122°39′59″W / 45.65251°N 122.66635°W / 45.65251; -122.66635 (Covington House)
Vancouver
10 Elks Building
Elks Building
July 14, 1983
(#83003322)
916 Main Street
45°37′43″N 122°40′19″W / 45.62861°N 122.67195°W / 45.62861; -122.67195 (Elks Building)
Vancouver
11 Evergreen Hotel
Evergreen Hotel
January 1, 1979
(#79002529)
500 Main Street
45°37′31″N 122°40′19″W / 45.62526°N 122.67193°W / 45.62526; -122.67193 (Evergreen Hotel)
Vancouver
12 Farrell Building
Farrell Building
March 15, 2006
(#06000135)
305 Northeast 4th Avenue
45°35′08″N 122°24′18″W / 45.58569°N 122.40498°W / 45.58569; -122.40498 (Farrell Building)
Camas
13 Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
October 15, 1966
(#66000370)
Southeast of downtown, and east of Interstate 5
45°37′24″N 122°39′35″W / 45.623333°N 122.659722°W / 45.623333; -122.659722 (Fort Vancouver National Historic Site)
Vancouver
14 Glenwood School
Glenwood School
June 11, 1992
(#92000697)
Southeast corner of the junction of NE 87th Avenue and NE 134th Street
45°43′06″N 122°35′00″W / 45.718209°N 122.583293°W / 45.718209; -122.583293 (Glenwood School)
Glenwood vicinity Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS
15 Albert and Letha Green House and Barn
Albert and Letha Green House and Barn
February 19, 1982
(#82004202)
25716 NE Lewisville Highway
45°48′33″N 122°32′53″W / 45.809096°N 122.547991°W / 45.809096; -122.547991 (Albert and Letha Green House and Barn)
Battle Ground vicinity
16 Henry Heisen House
Henry Heisen House
October 4, 1979
(#79002526)
27904 NE 174th Avenue
45°49′29″N 122°29′38″W / 45.824798°N 122.493845°W / 45.824798; -122.493845 (Henry Heisen House)
Heisson
17 Hidden Houses
Hidden Houses
November 29, 1978
(#78002737)
100 and 110 W. 13th Street
45°37′53″N 122°40′16″W / 45.631389°N 122.671111°W / 45.631389; -122.671111 (Hidden Houses)
Vancouver
18 House of Providence
House of Providence
December 1, 1978
(#78002738)
400 E. Evergreen Boulevard
45°37′47″N 122°40′01″W / 45.629722°N 122.666944°W / 45.629722; -122.666944 (House of Providence)
Vancouver
19 John P. and Mary Kiggins House
John P. and Mary Kiggins House
June 30, 1995
(#95000804)
411 E. Evergreen Boulevard
45°37′47″N 122°40′01″W / 45.629722°N 122.666944°W / 45.629722; -122.666944 (John P. and Mary Kiggins House)
Vancouver
20 Kiggins Theater
Kiggins Theater
July 17, 2012
(#12000421)
1011 Main Street
45°37′45″N 122°40′17″W / 45.62926°N 122.67132°W / 45.62926; -122.67132 (Kiggins Theater)
Vancouver part of the Movie Theaters in Washington State Multiple Property Submission
21 Lambert School
Lambert School
March 16, 1989
(#89000216)
21814 NW 11th Avenue
45°46′47″N 122°40′55″W / 45.779722°N 122.681944°W / 45.779722; -122.681944 (Lambert School)
Ridgefield Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS
22 Judge Columbia Lancaster House
Judge Columbia Lancaster House
February 20, 1975
(#75001843)
North of Ridgefield on Lancaster Road
45°51′48″N 122°44′52″W / 45.863333°N 122.747778°W / 45.863333; -122.747778 (Judge Columbia Lancaster House)
Ridgefield
23 Lewisville Park
Lewisville Park
May 28, 1986
(#86001202)
26411 NE Lewisville Highway
45°49′02″N 122°32′23″W / 45.817222°N 122.539722°W / 45.817222; -122.539722 (Lewisville Park)
Battle Ground
24 Luepke Florist
Luepke Florist
May 17, 2016
(#16000293)
1300 Washington Street
45°37′52″N 122°40′23″W / 45.631188°N 122.672934°W / 45.631188; -122.672934 (Luepke Florist)
Vancouver
25 Heye H. and Eva Meyer Farmstead
Heye H. and Eva Meyer Farmstead
January 7, 2015
(#14001142)
13705 NE 50th Avenue
45°43′17″N 122°37′11″W / 45.721285°N 122.619753°W / 45.721285; -122.619753 (Heye H. and Eva Meyer Farmstead)
Vancouver
26 Officers Row, Fort Vancouver Barracks
Officers Row, Fort Vancouver Barracks
November 11, 1974
(#74001948)
611–1616 E. Evergreen Boulevard
45°37′41″N 122°39′30″W / 45.628056°N 122.658333°W / 45.628056; -122.658333 (Officers Row, Fort Vancouver Barracks)
Vancouver
27 Parkersville Site
Parkersville Site
August 11, 1976
(#76001880)
Address restricted[8]
Camas
28 Pittock House
Pittock House
July 3, 1979
(#79003148)
114 NE Leadbetter Road
45°37′21″N 122°25′42″W / 45.6225°N 122.428333°W / 45.6225; -122.428333 (Pittock House)
Camas
29 Pomeroy Farm
Pomeroy Farm
March 13, 1987
(#87000413)
20902 NE Lucia Falls Road
45°50′27″N 122°27′30″W / 45.840833°N 122.458333°W / 45.840833; -122.458333 (Pomeroy Farm)
Yacolt
30 John Roffler House
John Roffler House
April 29, 1993
(#93000368)
1437 NE Everett Street
45°35′27″N 122°24′16″W / 45.590833°N 122.404444°W / 45.590833; -122.404444 (John Roffler House)
Camas
31 Sara Store
Sara Store
March 30, 1995
(#95000304)
17903 NW 41st Avenue
45°45′24″N 122°42′41″W / 45.756667°N 122.711389°W / 45.756667; -122.711389 (Sara Store)
Ridgefield
32 William Henry Shobert House
William Henry Shobert House
October 4, 1979
(#79002528)
621 Shobert Lane
45°48′40″N 122°44′26″W / 45.811177°N 122.740689°W / 45.811177; -122.740689 (William Henry Shobert House)
Ridgefield
33 Slocum House
Slocum House
January 18, 1973
(#73001867)
605 Esther Street
45°38′07″N 122°40′27″W / 45.635278°N 122.674167°W / 45.635278; -122.674167 (Slocum House)
Vancouver
34 John Stanger House
John Stanger House
May 17, 1990
(#90000785)
9213 SE Evergreen Highway
45°36′24″N 122°34′42″W / 45.606554°N 122.578368°W / 45.606554; -122.578368 (John Stanger House)
Vancouver
35 U.S. National Bank Building
U.S. National Bank Building
December 29, 1988
(#84004010)
601 Main Street
45°37′34″N 122°40′13″W / 45.626111°N 122.670278°W / 45.626111; -122.670278 (U.S. National Bank Building)
Vancouver
36 U.S. Post Office – Camas Main
U.S. Post Office – Camas Main
August 7, 1991
(#91000639)
440 NE 5th Avenue
45°35′12″N 122°24′18″W / 45.586667°N 122.405°W / 45.586667; -122.405 (U.S. Post Office – Camas Main)
Camas
37 U.S. Post Office – Vancouver Main
U.S. Post Office – Vancouver Main
May 30, 1991
(#91000659)
1211 Daniels Street
45°37′51″N 122°40′24″W / 45.630833°N 122.673333°W / 45.630833; -122.673333 (U.S. Post Office – Vancouver Main)
Vancouver
38 Vancouver National Historic Reserve Historic District
Vancouver National Historic Reserve Historic District
January 5, 2007
(#06001216)
Roughly bounded by an alley north of Officers Row, East Reserve Street, Columbia River, and Interstate 5
45°37′35″N 122°39′19″W / 45.626464°N 122.65533°W / 45.626464; -122.65533 (Vancouver National Historic Reserve Historic District)
Vancouver
39 Vancouver Public Library
Vancouver Public Library
August 3, 1982
(#82004204)
1511 Main Street
45°38′00″N 122°40′12″W / 45.633333°N 122.67°W / 45.633333; -122.67 (Vancouver Public Library)
Vancouver Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR
40 Vancouver Telephone Building
Vancouver Telephone Building
November 6, 1986
(#86003092)
112 W. 11th Street
45°37′48″N 122°40′16″W / 45.63°N 122.671111°W / 45.63; -122.671111 (Vancouver Telephone Building)
Vancouver
41 Vancouver–Portland Bridge
Vancouver–Portland Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004205)
Spanning the Columbia River on Interstate 5 northbound[9]
45°37′04″N 122°40′30″W / 45.617909°N 122.675131°W / 45.617909; -122.675131 (Vancouver–Portland Bridge)
Vancouver Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR
42 Venersborg School
Venersborg School
March 16, 1989
(#89000215)
Junction of NE 209th Street and NE 242nd Avenue
45°46′23″N 122°25′25″W / 45.773185°N 122.423599°W / 45.773185; -122.423599 (Venersborg School)
Battle Ground vicinity Rural Public Schools of Washington State MPS
43 Washington School for the Blind
Washington School for the Blind
May 14, 1993
(#93000370)
2214 E. 13th Street
45°38′24″N 122°38′46″W / 45.64°N 122.646111°W / 45.64; -122.646111 (Washington School for the Blind)
Vancouver
44 Yale Bridge
Yale Bridge
July 16, 1982
(#82004206)
Spanning the Lewis River on State Route 503 (see also Cowlitz County)
45°57′40″N 122°22′18″W / 45.961111°N 122.371667°W / 45.961111; -122.371667 (Yale Bridge)
Yale Historic Bridges and Tunnels in Washington TR

Former listings[edit]

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Ridgefield American Women's League Chapter House Upload image
June 2, 1982
(#82004203)
July 16, 1990
406 N. 1st Street
Yale

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Andrus, Patrick W.; Shrimpton, Rebecca H.; et al. (2002), How to Apply the National Register Criteria for Evaluation, National Register Bulletin (15), National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, retrieved June 20, 2014 .
  2. ^ National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Program: Research, retrieved January 28, 2015 .
  3. ^ Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Washington Information System for Architectural and Archaeological Records Data (WISAARD), retrieved February 14, 2015 .
  4. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on June 16, 2017.
  5. ^ a b 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.
  6. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  7. ^ 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.
  8. ^ Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of sensitive archeological sites in many instances. The main reasons for such restrictions include the potential for looting, vandalism, or trampling. See: Knoerl, John; Miller, Diane; Shrimpton, Rebecca H. (1990), Guidelines for Restricting Information about Historic and Prehistoric Resources, National Register Bulletin (29), National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 20706997 .
  9. ^ Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, Oregon Historic Sites Database: Portland-Vancouver Highway Bridge, archived from the original on March 3, 2016, retrieved October 16, 2016 .

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