Missouri Historical Buildings


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Adolph Osage Morrison
Armstrongs Store Texas Bucyrus
Aurora Club Stone Reeds Spring
Blair Lincoln Truxton
Briggs Ralls New London
Brushwood Boone Huntsdale
Choteau's Trading House St. Clair Osceola
Culbertson Community Center Pemiscot Denton
Daniel Boone Huntsdale
Duschs Store Butler Oglesville
Green Wing Club Pike Annada
Griscom Detention Center St. Louis (city) Granite City
Holmeswood Baptist Child Care Center Jackson Grandview
Howell County Welfare Home Howell West Plains
Kansas City Police Department Jackson Grandview
Kennard Station Boone Huntsdale
Kirksville Pumping Station Adair Novinger
Lane Osage Cooper Hill
Lawn Ridge Scotland Azen
Leboeuf Osage Summerfield
Littleby Station Audrain Mexico East
Mallinckrodt Chemical Fire Department St. Louis (city) Granite City
Mark Twain National Forest Ranger District Rolla Office Phelps Rolla
McCune Railroad Station Pike Frankford
McIntire Spring House Shannon Midridge
Mercer County Home Mercer Princeton
Monett Club Stone Cape Fair
Oshawa Osage Fredericksburg
Owen Mills Osage Linn
Peachland Osage Luystown
Persinger Boone Columbia
Renz Correction Center Callaway Jefferson City
Rigsby Cottages Pulaski Devils Elbow
Rock House Miller Eugene
Ruegg St. Louis Columbia Bottom
Russell Howard Higbee
Sillymans Store Texas Success
Soleville Cooper Otterville East
Triumph Osage Cooper Hill
Vermont Cooper Tipton
Vieman Crawford Oak Hill
Vosholl Osage Loose Creek
Ward Dade Dadeville
Yellow Bluff Cottages Pulaski Hancock
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