News Release 132

Historic Preservation Council to consider nominations for National Register August 9

Volume 39-132 (For Immediate Release)
For more information: 573-751-1010

The Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation will consider nominations to the National Register of Historic Places during its quarterly meeting on Friday, August 9. The meeting, which is open to the public, will begin at 9 a.m. in the LaCharrette conference room of the Lewis and Clark State Office Building located at 1101 Riverside Drive in Jefferson City.

Eleven nominations are scheduled to be considered for listing in the National Register. Properties on the agenda include historic commercial and residential properties and districts. Approximately 300 historic building are represented in the nominations. The nominated properties are listed below:

• Moreau Drive Historic District, Moreau Drive, Fairmount Blvd, et al., Jefferson City, Cole County.
• Downtown YMCA Building, 1528 Locust St., St. Louis.
• Dorris Row, 1105-09 Olive St, St. Louis.
• Downtown Troy Historic District, bounded by Annie Ave., Second St., Marble and Court St., Troy, Lincoln County.
• National Cash Register Company Sales and Repair Building, 1101 Olive St., St. Louis.
• First National Bank, 103 E Broadway, Bolivar, Polk County.
• Swinney, E.F. School, 1106 W 47th St., Kansas City, Jackson County (Historic Resources of the Kansas City Missouri School District Pre-1970 MPDF).
• Plaza House Apartments, 4712 Roanoke Pkwy., Kansas City, Jackson County (Working-Class and Middle Income Apartment Buildings in Kansas City, Missouri,MPDF).
• Harrisburg School, 140 S Harris St., Harrisburg, Boone County.
• St. Regis Hotel, 1400-02 E. Linwood Blvd., Kansas City, Jackson County.
• Braley, Charles A., House, 3 Dunford Circle, Kansas City, Jackson County.

In addition to nominations to the National Register of Historic Places, the council will receive status reports on programs provided by the State Historic Preservation Office and discuss business related to its own function and duties.

The Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is a 12-member group of historians, architects, archaeologists and citizens with an interest in historic preservation. The council is appointed by the governor and works with the Department of Natural Resources' State Historic Preservation Office, which administers the National Register of Historic Places program for Missouri. The council meets quarterly to review Missouri property nominations to the National Register, the nation's honor roll of historic properties. Approved nominations are forwarded to the Keeper of the National Register in Washington, D.C., for final approval.