National Register of Historic Places listings in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin

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Location of Sheboygan County in Wisconsin

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. It is intended to provide a comprehensive listing of entries in the National Register of Historic Places that are located in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. The locations of National Register properties for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 50 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 14, 2017.[2]

Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 American Club
American Club
May 22, 1978
(#78000141)
419 Highland Drive
43°44′23″N 87°46′51″W / 43.739722°N 87.780833°W / 43.739722; -87.780833 (American Club)
Kohler Originally a generous dormitory at Kohler Village where immigrant employees could be housed and Americanized. Designed by Richard Philipp in a loosely Tudor style and built in 1918.[6] Now a hotel and restaurant.
2 John Balzer Wagon Works Complex
John Balzer Wagon Works Complex
December 23, 1993
(#92000028)
818-820, 820A Pennsylvania Ave.
43°45′00″N 87°42′48″W / 43.75°N 87.713333°W / 43.75; -87.713333 (John Balzer Wagon Works Complex)
Sheboygan Very-intact 3-story brick wagon factory with elevator, built in 1887. Shifted around 1915 from wagons to building car and truck bodies, then shifted to a general welding shop around 1938.[7][8]
3 Thomas M. and Bridget Blackstock House
Thomas M. and Bridget Blackstock House
March 17, 1995
(#95000256)
507 Washington Ct.
43°45′13″N 87°42′29″W / 43.753611°N 87.708056°W / 43.753611; -87.708056 (Thomas M. and Bridget Blackstock House)
Sheboygan Italianate home built in 1882. Both Thomas and Bridget were Irish immigrants. He supervised on the Sheboygan and Fond du Lac Plank Road, ran a pier, a drug store, the Phoenix Chair Company, and various other enterprises. Later served as mayor, state assemblyman, etc.[9]
4 Byron (schooner) Shipwreck
Byron (schooner) Shipwreck
May 20, 2009
(#09000368)
Address restricted
43°36′17″N 87°41′17″W / 43.604833°N 87.688167°W / 43.604833; -87.688167 (Byron (schooner) Shipwreck)
Oostburg 36-foot wooden schooner - probably the Byron, which was built around 1849 for William Burmeister and hauled lumber and merchandise around Lake Michigan. It sank in 1867 carrying merchandise for two stores in Manitowoc, after colliding with a larger ship.[10][11]
5 Cole Historic District
Cole Historic District
December 1, 1988
(#88002696)
501 and 517 Monroe St. and 504, 508, and 516-518 Water St.
43°43′43″N 87°48′32″W / 43.728611°N 87.808889°W / 43.728611; -87.808889 (Cole Historic District)
Sheboygan Falls This block within a bend of the Sheboygan River was once the first permanent settlement in Sheboygan County, clustered around a mill.[12] It consists of the 1837 Mill House,[13] the 1842 Charles Cole home, the 1846 Cole Brothers house,[14] the 1846 Thorp Hotel,[15] and the 1848 Cole Store [16] - all in Greek Revival style.
6 Downtown Churches Historic District
Downtown Churches Historic District
March 1, 2010
(#10000052)
Generally bounded by Erie Ave., N. 6th St., Ontario Ave., and N. 7th St.
43°45′21″N 87°42′37″W / 43.755806°N 87.710392°W / 43.755806; -87.710392 (Downtown Churches Historic District)
Sheboygan Cluster of religious buildings near downtown Sheboygan:[17] the Greek Revival-styled Grace Episcopal Church Rectory built in the 1850s,[18] the 1867-71 High Victorian Gothic Grace Episcopal Church,[19] the 1929 Neogothic First Methodist Episcopal Church,[20] the 1937 Neogothic Hope Reformed Church,[21] and the 1968 Contemporary-styled St. Mark Lutheran Church.[22]
7 Downtown Historic District
Downtown Historic District
December 27, 1984
(#84000691)
Roughly bounded by Broadway, Monroe, Pine, and Buffalo Sts., and the Sheboygan River
43°43′41″N 87°48′43″W / 43.728056°N 87.811944°W / 43.728056; -87.811944 (Downtown Historic District)
Sheboygan Falls The old downtown, including the 1848 Italianate Hill woolen shawl mill,[23] the 1877 frame Queen Anne Martha Whipple Music Store,[24] the 1878 block of Osthelder Saloon,[25] Sully's Dry Goods,[26] Thiemann Grocery and Bryant Drug Store,[27] the 1880 Brickner Woolen Mills,[28] the 1880 Victorian Smith Meat Market and Post Office,[29] the 1894 Queen Anne Dr. Pfeifer Office,[30] the 1895 Queen Anne Schlichting Grocery,[31]and the 1880-1920 Weisse Tannery.[32][33]
8 Downtown Plymouth Historic District
Downtown Plymouth Historic District
June 23, 2016
(#16000421)
Generally bounded by the 100, 200, 300 & 400 blks. of E. Mill St.
43°44′51″N 87°58′39″W / 43.747537°N 87.977491°W / 43.747537; -87.977491 (Downtown Plymouth Historic District)
Plymouth The old downtown, with 46 contributing properties[34] including the 1877 Italianate Odd Fellows Block,[35] the 1894 Italianate/Queen Anne Radloff Building,[36] the 1905 20th Century Commercial-styled Exchange Building,[37] the 1910 Crystal-Majestic Theater,[38] and the 1920 Tudor Revival Dahl Brothers Garage.[39]
9 Elkhart Lake Road Race Circuits
Elkhart Lake Road Race Circuits
February 17, 2006
(#06000053)
Cty Hwys, J, P, JP, A, and Lake St.
43°49′40″N 88°01′45″W / 43.827778°N 88.029167°W / 43.827778; -88.029167 (Elkhart Lake Road Race Circuits)
Elkhart Lake This 6.5 circuit of public roads (mostly county highways) was used for European-style road races once a year from 1950 to 1952. During the brief time when racing was allowed on public roads in the U.S., Elkhart Lake was a major venue in the Midwest.[40]
10 Henry Store Foeste Building
Henry Store Foeste Building
September 1, 1995
(#95001063)
522 S. Eighth St.
43°44′57″N 87°42′47″W / 43.749167°N 87.713056°W / 43.749167; -87.713056 (Henry Store Foeste Building)
Sheboygan 2-story Neoclassical building designed by William C. Weeks and built 1892-93. Foeste was a German immigrant, Sheboygan industrialist, hotel owner, and developer. The building was occupied by the public library, saloons, and a printing firm.[41][42]
11 Franklin Feed Mill
Franklin Feed Mill
April 11, 1985
(#85000792)
Franklin Rd.
43°50′07″N 87°54′09″W / 43.835278°N 87.9025°W / 43.835278; -87.9025 (Franklin Feed Mill)
Franklin Water-powered gristmill on the Sheboygan River, built by Henry Dickoff and Conrad Arpke, immigrants from Lipper Detmold, in 1856 during the wheat boom. Expanded around 1868 and upgraded from water wheel to turbines. Grinding went from stones to roller mill to hammermill.[43][44]
12 Friendship House
Friendship House
July 10, 1974
(#74000331)
721 Ontario Ave.
43°45′18″N 87°42′42″W / 43.755°N 87.711667°W / 43.755; -87.711667 (Friendship House)
Sheboygan Fine Italianate villa with large cupola, built around 1872 for John Pfeiler who owned the Park Hotel on the same block. In 1910 the Kohler Foundation bought the building and it has since housed disadvantaged children.[45][46]
13 Garton Toy Company
Garton Toy Company
May 11, 2000
(#00000493)
746, 810, 830 N. Water St., 1104 Wisconsin Ave.
43°45′12″N 87°43′08″W / 43.753333°N 87.718889°W / 43.753333; -87.718889 (Garton Toy Company)
Sheboygan Third toy factory built by Eusebius Bassingdale Garton starting in 1930, after the second factory burned. Garton built red coaster wagons, croquet sets, velocipedes, pedal cars, etc., with a peak of 800 employees.[47]
14 Glenbeulah Mill/Grist Mill
Glenbeulah Mill/Grist Mill
December 27, 1984
(#84000678)
Gardner St.
43°47′47″N 88°02′37″W / 43.796389°N 88.043611°W / 43.796389; -88.043611 (Glenbeulah Mill/Grist Mill)
Glenbeulah 2.5 story frame mill built in 1857 by Yankees Swift, Dillingham, Slade & Dillingham. Probably used an overshot waterwheel to grind wheat to ship to the East Coast. Expanded in 1863 to also power a hub and spoke factory.[48][49]
15 Gooseville Mill/Grist Mill
Gooseville Mill/Grist Mill
December 27, 1984
(#84000673)
Silver Creek-Cascade Rd.
43°35′16″N 88°01′14″W / 43.587778°N 88.020556°W / 43.587778; -88.020556 (Gooseville Mill/Grist Mill)
Adell 2-story wooden mill on a stone foundation built by Henry Schulz in 1879, with a functional pod, dam and mill race. Originally ground grain; in later years sawed lumber.[50][51]
16 Hetty Taylor (shipwreck) Upload image June 1, 2005
(#05000535)
Lake Michigan, 7 mi. SE of Sheboygan R.
43°41′00″N 87°39′17″W / 43.683333°N 87.654722°W / 43.683333; -87.654722 (Hetty Taylor (shipwreck))
Sheboygan 84-foot two-masted schooner built in 1874 by Allen, McClelland and Co. of Milwaukee. Hauled wood products and merchandise around Lake Michigan until August 1880, when she sank in a squall.[52]
17 Hotel Laack
Hotel Laack
December 2, 1985
(#85003095)
52 Stafford St.
43°44′50″N 87°58′39″W / 43.747222°N 87.9775°W / 43.747222; -87.9775 (Hotel Laack)
Plymouth 3-story hotel designed by Charles Hilpertshauser in Queen Anne style and built in 1892 for H. C. Laack. It had a sample room where salesmen showed their wares, and stood across the street from the Plymouth Cheese Exchange.[53][54]
18 Henry H. Huson House and Water Tower
Henry H. Huson House and Water Tower
November 28, 1980
(#80000196)
405 Collins St.
43°44′44″N 87°58′34″W / 43.745556°N 87.976111°W / 43.745556; -87.976111 (Henry H. Huson House and Water Tower)
Plymouth Eclectic house built in 1871 and expanded in 1873, with a 3-story wooden water tower across the street, once topped by a windmill. Huson built the water tower privately in 1887, before city water.[55]
19 Henry and Charles Imig Block
Henry and Charles Imig Block
July 9, 1998
(#98000849)
625-629 N. Eighth St.
43°45′11″N 87°42′45″W / 43.753056°N 87.7125°W / 43.753056; -87.7125 (Henry and Charles Imig Block)
Sheboygan 2-story High Victorian Italianate triple store with polychromatic brickwork and an elaborate cornice, built in 1881-82. The two Imigs were Sheboygan's most successful clothing sellers. The block also housed their brother Jacob's boot and shoe store and a drugstore.[56][57]
20 Jung Carriage Factory
Jung Carriage Factory
July 10, 1974
(#74000125)
829-835 Pennsylvania Ave.
43°44′59″N 87°42′52″W / 43.749722°N 87.714444°W / 43.749722; -87.714444 (Jung Carriage Factory)
Sheboygan 1885 2-story factory with timber frame clad in cream brick with Richardsonian Romanesque stylings. Jacob Jung's company built carriages, wagons and sleighs.[58][59]
21 Jung Shoe Manufacturing Company Factory
Jung Shoe Manufacturing Company Factory
January 22, 1992
(#91001993)
620 S. Eighth St.
43°44′53″N 87°42′47″W / 43.748056°N 87.713056°W / 43.748056; -87.713056 (Jung Shoe Manufacturing Company Factory)
Sheboygan 2-story U-shaped factory designed by Sheboygan architect William C. Weeks in Neoclassical style and built from 1906 to 1912 for Henry and Otto Jung.[60]
22 Kletzien Mound Group (47-SB-61)
Kletzien Mound Group (47-SB-61)
July 23, 1981
(#81000061)
5000 South 9th Street
43°41′45″N 87°43′08″W / 43.6958°N 87.7189°W / 43.6958; -87.7189 (Kletzien Mound Group (47-SB-61))
Sheboygan Effigy mounds within Sheboygan Indian Mound Park, including deer mounds, panther, linear, oval and conical mounds. Adam Kletzien protected these mounds from the 1920s to 1952.[61]
23 Kohler Company Factory Complex
Kohler Company Factory Complex
April 6, 2001
(#01000318)
444 Highland Dr.
43°44′28″N 87°46′34″W / 43.741111°N 87.776111°W / 43.741111; -87.776111 (Kohler Company Factory Complex)
Kohler Large, very intact complex of the Kohler Company, located in the planned community of Kohler, including the enamel shop begun in 1901, the foundry begun in 1920, the 1925 office building (pictured), and the pottery building begun in 1928.[62][63]
24 John Michael Kohler House
John Michael Kohler House
November 30, 1982
(#82001850)
608 New York Ave.
43°45′08″N 87°42′35″W / 43.752222°N 87.709722°W / 43.752222; -87.709722 (John Michael Kohler House)
Sheboygan Italianate house built in 1882 for Austrian immigrant and Kohler Company founder John Michael. Refashioned around 1920 by Richard Philipp for Walter Sr. Now houses the Kohler Arts Center.[64][65]
25 Rudolph Lueder 13 Sided Barn
Rudolph Lueder 13 Sided Barn
November 7, 2016
(#16000768)
W4651 Cty. Rd. J
43°47′21″N 87°55′46″W / 43.789059°N 87.929438°W / 43.789059; -87.929438 (Rudolph Lueder 13 Sided Barn)
Plymouth Large 48-cow centric barn, built 1915-16 by Adolph Suhrke, with a double-brick wall, an air circulation system, and a silo in the middle. The 13th side is extra long for the barn door. Still used for dairy, as of 2016.[66]
26 Mission House Historic District
Mission House Historic District
December 20, 1984
(#84001221)
County Trunk M
43°50′31″N 87°52′44″W / 43.841944°N 87.878889°W / 43.841944; -87.878889 (Mission House Historic District)
Herman Historic buildings of Mission House Seminary and College of the German Reformed Church, including the 1888 Victorian Gothic Recitation Hall,[67] the 1917 Neoclassical Jubilee Dormitory,[68] the 1924 Colonial Revival Dr. Darms Residence,[69] and the 1932 Founders' Gymnasium and Auditorium.[70] Now part of Lakeland College.[71]
27 Onion River Flouring Mill/Grist Mill Upload image December 27, 1984
(#84000679)
Hwy 57
43°40′32″N 87°56′28″W / 43.675556°N 87.941111°W / 43.675556; -87.941111 (Onion River Flouring Mill/Grist Mill)
Waldo Gristmill on the Onion River with oldest section built in 1859 by Abner Heald and Mark and Alonzo Martin. It once shipped flour from the docks of Sheboygan to Boston and New York.[72][73]
28 Plymouth Post Office
Plymouth Post Office
October 24, 2000
(#00001242)
302 E. Main St.
43°44′57″N 87°58′37″W / 43.749167°N 87.976944°W / 43.749167; -87.976944 (Plymouth Post Office)
Plymouth 1-story Art Moderne-styled federal post office built in 1940 with help form the Public Works Administration, with a 1941 mural, "Cheese Making" by Charles W. Thwaites in the lobby.[74][75]
29 Eliza Prange House
Eliza Prange House
April 28, 2015
(#15000189)
605 Erie Ave.
43°45′23″N 87°42′37″W / 43.7563°N 87.7103°W / 43.7563; -87.7103 (Eliza Prange House)
Sheboygan Mediterranean Revival-style house designed by William C. Weeks and built in 1923 for Eliza Prange, a founder of the Prange department store chain.[76]
30 Riverbend
Riverbend
December 4, 1980
(#80000197)
1161 W Lower Falls Rd.
43°43′44″N 87°47′26″W / 43.728846°N 87.790475°W / 43.728846; -87.790475 (Riverbend)
Kohler Estate of Walter J. Kohler Sr. on a bend of the Sheboygan River, built to resemble an English manor. The rambling Tudor Revival house was designed by Richard Philipp and built 1921-23, and the grounds were designed by the Olmsted Brothers.[77][78]
31 Charles Robinson House
Charles Robinson House
December 20, 1984
(#84001125)
Center St., Old Wade House State Park
43°46′34″N 88°05′10″W / 43.776111°N 88.086111°W / 43.776111; -88.086111 (Charles Robinson House)
Greenbush Elegant Greek Revival house with a widow's walk and an unusual veranda, built by Robinson, a carpenter, real estate speculator, and son-in-law to Sylvanus Wade, probably around 1855.[79]
32 Robinson-Herrling Sawmill
Robinson-Herrling Sawmill
December 27, 1984
(#84000685)
Old Wade House State Park
43°46′42″N 88°05′08″W / 43.778333°N 88.085556°W / 43.778333; -88.085556 (Robinson-Herrling Sawmill)
Greenbush Ruins of a sawmill and dam built around 1847 by Charles Robinson, bought in 1856 by Prussian immigrant Theodore Herrling, and operated until 1911. (Photo shows a reconstruction.)[80][81]
33 Henry and Henriette Roth House
Henry and Henriette Roth House
April 29, 1993
(#93000337)
822 Niagara Ave.
43°45′16″N 87°42′49″W / 43.754444°N 87.713611°W / 43.754444; -87.713611 (Henry and Henriette Roth House)
Sheboygan 2-story brick home built in 1856 which combines elements of Greek Revival, Italianate, and other styles. Henry had immigrated from Arnstadt, Germany to work as a mason. After an injury, he focused on his Sheboygan Lime Company. After he died in 1887, his second wife Henriette from Brandenburg, Germany ran the business until 1928.[82][83]
34 S and R Cheese Company Upload image February 7, 2017
(#100000631)
2-18 E. Main St.
43°44′55″N 87°58′50″W / 43.748731°N 87.980461°W / 43.748731; -87.980461 (S and R Cheese Company)
Plymouth Brick and block factory designed by Henry Schwalberg, built in 1891, and added on to in 1912.[84]
35 Sheboygan County Courthouse
Sheboygan County Courthouse
March 12, 1982
(#82000713)
615 N. 6th St.
43°45′04″N 87°42′31″W / 43.751111°N 87.708611°W / 43.751111; -87.708611 (Sheboygan County Courthouse)
Sheboygan 7-story Moderne-style monolith built in 1933 during the Great Depression, with PWA assistance.[85]
36 Sheboygan Post Office
Sheboygan Post Office
October 24, 2000
(#00001261)
522 N. Ninth St.
43°45′02″N 87°42′54″W / 43.750556°N 87.715°W / 43.750556; -87.715 (Sheboygan Post Office)
Sheboygan Federal post office designed by Sheboygan architect Edgar Stubenrauch in simplified Neoclassical style and built in 1932, containing murals by Schomer Lichtner funded by the Treasury Relief Art Project.[86][87]
37 Sheboygan Theater
Sheboygan Theater
December 22, 1999
(#99001606)
826 N. Eighth St.
43°45′14″N 87°42′47″W / 43.753889°N 87.713056°W / 43.753889; -87.713056 (Sheboygan Theater)
Sheboygan 1550-seat movie palace with an interior designed to suggest a night in a Spanish garden by United Studios of Chicago and built in 1927-28 for Universal Pictures Company.[88] Now the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts.
38 Sheboygan Valley Land and Lime Company
Sheboygan Valley Land and Lime Company
November 2, 2016
(#16000757)
W6631 County Road MM
43°51′18″N 88°01′40″W / 43.855088°N 88.027776°W / 43.855088; -88.027776 (Sheboygan Valley Land and Lime Company)
Rhine Limestone quarry and kilns for producing quicklime, constructed in 1911 and abandoned in the 1920s. A.k.a. Quasius Quarry.[89]
39 Silver Lake (scow-schooner) Shipwreck Upload image March 27, 2013
(#13000128)
7 miles (11 km) northeast of Sheboygan in Lake Michigan
43°48′21″N 87°34′42″W / 43.8059°N 87.5782°W / 43.8059; -87.5782 (Silver Lake (scow-schooner) Shipwreck)
Mosel vicinity 98.5 foot scow-schooner with double centerboard, built by M.L. Johnson in Little Point Sable, Michigan, in 1889. Hauled cargo around Lake Michigan until May, 1900, when she was run down by the car ferry Pere Marquette in a heavy fog.[90]
40 St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church
September 8, 1983
(#83003428)
County A
43°37′00″N 87°55′49″W / 43.616667°N 87.930278°W / 43.616667; -87.930278 (St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church)
Adell Gothic Revival-styled church with exterior of split fieldstone, built in 1877 to serve its mainly Irish-immigrant rural community.[91]
41 David Taylor House
David Taylor House
January 2, 1976
(#76000080)
3110 Erie Ave.
43°45′10″N 87°44′52″W / 43.752778°N 87.747778°W / 43.752778; -87.747778 (David Taylor House)
Sheboygan Cream-brick Italianate villa topped by a belvedere, built in the 1850s for David Taylor, lawyer, legislator, and prominent judge. Starting in 1905 it housed the county asylum, then workhouse. Now part of the Sheboygan County Historical Museum.[92]
42 Third Ward School
Third Ward School
September 3, 1981
(#81000062)
1208 S. 8th St.
43°44′30″N 87°42′46″W / 43.741667°N 87.712778°W / 43.741667; -87.712778 (Third Ward School)
Sheboygan 1876 brick 2-room school in Italianate style.[93] In 1918 it was converted to a "fresh air school" for children with tuberculosis.[94]
43 I. C. Thomas Drug Store
I. C. Thomas Drug Store
July 10, 1974
(#74000126)
632 N. 8th St.
43°45′06″N 87°42′47″W / 43.751667°N 87.713056°W / 43.751667; -87.713056 (I. C. Thomas Drug Store)
Sheboygan 3-story building with an arched brick entry originally used for horse-drawn vehicles, built in 1886, probably designed by A.L. Weeks, for Max Zaegel's pharmacy, which was bought by I.C. Thomas in 1920.[95][96]
44 Villa Laun
Villa Laun
January 28, 1982
(#82000714)
402 Lake Side Park Dr.
43°49′27″N 88°01′50″W / 43.824167°N 88.030556°W / 43.824167; -88.030556 (Villa Laun)
Elkhart Lake Fanciful Queen Anne cottage, designed by Charles Hilpertshauser of Chicago and built in 1901 for lumberman A.B. Laun as a lakeside family retreat.[97][98]
45 Villa Von Baumbach Upload image November 30, 1982
(#82001851)
754 Elkhart Lake Dr.
43°49′48″N 88°01′36″W / 43.83°N 88.026667°W / 43.83; -88.026667 (Villa Von Baumbach)
Elkhart Lake Modest private cottage designed by Otto Strack and built for Major Charles von Baumbach in 1894 as part of the Swartz Hotel, then moved in 1908 to its current site. Includes "hunting lodge" living room and 2-story pavilion/boathouse. Von Baumbach was a German immigrant, Civil War veteran, and drug distributor.[99][100]
46 Sylvanus Wade House
Sylvanus Wade House
October 26, 1971
(#71000041)
At jct. of WI 23 and Kettle Moraine Dr. in Old Wade House State Park
43°46′36″N 88°05′05″W / 43.776694°N 88.084779°W / 43.776694; -88.084779 (Sylvanus Wade House)
Greenbush 2.5 story Greek Revival-styled stagecoach inn built around 1849, half-way along the Fond du Lac-Sheboygan Plank Road. The attic contains a ballroom and closet-sized rooms for the stagecoach drivers. Now a museum, with many furnishings intact.[101][102]
47 Walter B. Allen (canaller) Shipwreck
Walter B. Allen (canaller) Shipwreck
November 10, 2011
(#11000811)
7 miles northeast of Sheboygan in Lake Michigan
43°53′05″N 87°41′01″W / 43.884667°N 87.6835°W / 43.884667; -87.6835 (Walter B. Allen (canaller) Shipwreck)
Mosel 2-masted schooner-rigged canaller, built in 1866 in Ogdensburg, NY, sized to just fit through the Welland Canal locks. Hauled grain east from Chicago to Buffalo or Oswego and coal west. Sank while being towed through a storm in 1880 and now sits under 175 feet of water, very intact.[103]
48 Washington Elementary School Upload image February 14, 2017
(#100000680)
1238 Geele Ave.
43°46′07″N 87°43′17″W / 43.768487°N 87.721267°W / 43.768487; -87.721267 (Washington Elementary School)
Sheboygan Neoclassical-styled school designed by H.C. Koch & Sons and built in 1912. Gym and classrooms were added in 1926, with more expansion in 2000.[104]
49 Windway
Windway
July 28, 1988
(#88001149)
2311 County Road Y
43°46′10″N 87°46′40″W / 43.769551°N 87.777892°W / 43.769551; -87.777892 (Windway)
Sheboygan International-style home with a Wright-influenced floor plan, designed by William Deknatel and Geraldine Eager Deknatel and built in 1937 as the home of Walter J. Kohler, industrialist and governor of Wisconsin.[105][106]
50 Wolff-Jung Company Shoe Factory
Wolff-Jung Company Shoe Factory
January 30, 1992
(#91001989)
531 S. Eighth St.
43°44′56″N 87°42′44″W / 43.748889°N 87.712222°W / 43.748889; -87.712222 (Wolff-Jung Company Shoe Factory)
Sheboygan 3.5-story Romanesque Revival-styled shoe factory built in 1885 by builder Jacob Jung and sons for a partnership with leather tanner Theodore Zchetzche and shoe manufacturer and retailer Charles Wolff. Expanded in 1889. Later housed the Sellinger Glove Company.[107][108]

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  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided is primarily from the National Register Information System, and has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For 1%, the location info may be way off. We seek to correct the coordinate information wherever it is found to be erroneous. Please leave a note in the Discussion page for this article if you believe any specific location is incorrect.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 14, 2017.
  3. ^ 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.
  4. ^ National Park Service (2008-04-24). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  5. ^ 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.
  6. ^ Rempe, Beverly (1977-12-08). "The American Club" (PDF). NRHP Inventory-Nomination Form. National Park Service. Retrieved 2016-05-11. 
  7. ^ "John Balzer Wagon Works Complex". Wisconsin Historical Society. Retrieved 2016-05-11. 
  8. ^ Heggland, Timothy F. (1991-10-10). "John Balzer Wagon Works Complex" (PDF). NRHP Inventory-Nomination Form. National Park Service. Retrieved 2016-05-11. 
  9. ^ Pape, Alan C. (1993-10-20). "Thomas M. and Bridget Blackstock House" (PDF). NRHP Inventory-Nomination Form. National Park Service. Retrieved 2016-05-15. 
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