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National Register of Historic Places listings in Dayton, Ohio

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Location of Dayton in Montgomery County

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Dayton, Ohio.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Dayton, Ohio, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a Google map.[1]

There are 145 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Montgomery County, including 7 National Historic Landmarks. The city of Dayton is the location of 103 of these properties and districts, including 5 National Historic Landmarks; they are listed here, while the remaining properties and districts are listed separately. Another 2 properties in Dayton were once listed but have been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 29, 2015.[2]

Current listings

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location Description
1 Antioch Temple
January 14, 2013
(#12001182)
107 E. 1st St.
39°45′47″N 84°11′26″W / 39.763056°N 84.190556°W / 39.763056; -84.190556 (Antioch Temple){{#coordinates:39.763056|-84.190556
name=Antioch Temple

}}

2 Biltmore Hotel
February 3, 1982
(#82003616)
210 N. Main St.
39°45′46″N 84°11′32″W / 39.762778°N 84.192222°W / 39.762778; -84.192222 (Biltmore Hotel){{#coordinates:39.762778|-84.192222
name=Biltmore Hotel

}}

3 Marcus Bossler House
September 27, 1980
(#80003170)
136 S. Dutoit St.
39°45′44″N 84°10′25″W / 39.762222°N 84.173611°W / 39.762222; -84.173611 (Marcus Bossler House){{#coordinates:39.762222|-84.173611
name=Marcus Bossler House

}}

4 James Brooks House
May 29, 1975
(#75001495)
41 E. 1st St.
39°45′45″N 84°11′29″W / 39.7625°N 84.191389°W / 39.7625; -84.191389 (James Brooks House){{#coordinates:39.7625|-84.191389
name=James Brooks House

}}

5 Samuel N. Brown House
April 11, 1977
(#77001075)
1633 Wayne Ave.
39°44′42″N 84°10′12″W / 39.745°N 84.17°W / 39.745; -84.17 (Samuel N. Brown House){{#coordinates:39.745|-84.17
name=Samuel N. Brown House

}}

6 Jonah Bull House
December 19, 2008
(#08001198)
2233 Wayne Ave.
39°44′22″N 84°09′47″W / 39.739306°N 84.163056°W / 39.739306; -84.163056 (Jonah Bull House){{#coordinates:39.739306|-84.163056
name=Jonah Bull House

}}

7 Central Avenue Historic District
December 16, 1982
(#82001476)
201-338 Central Ave.
39°46′02″N 84°12′27″W / 39.767222°N 84.2075°W / 39.767222; -84.2075 (Central Avenue Historic District){{#coordinates:39.767222|-84.2075
name=Central Avenue Historic District

}}

8 Central Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers
January 15, 2004
(#03001412)
4100 W. 3rd St.
39°44′35″N 84°15′39″W / 39.743056°N 84.260833°W / 39.743056; -84.260833 (Central Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers){{#coordinates:39.743056|-84.260833
name=Central Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers

}}

National Historic Landmark designation October 16, 2012
9 Commercial Building
December 2, 1982
(#82001477)
44 S. Ludlow St.
39°45′29″N 84°11′36″W / 39.758056°N 84.193333°W / 39.758056; -84.193333 (Commercial Building){{#coordinates:39.758056|-84.193333
name=Commercial Building

}}

10 Conover Building
October 14, 1975
(#75001497)
4 S. Main St.
39°45′33″N 84°11′29″W / 39.759167°N 84.191389°W / 39.759167; -84.191389 (Conover Building){{#coordinates:39.759167|-84.191389
name=Conover Building

}}

11 Dayton Arcade
June 18, 1975
(#75001498)
From Ludlow to Main St. between 3rd and 4th Sts.
39°45′30″N 84°11′33″W / 39.758333°N 84.1925°W / 39.758333; -84.1925 (Dayton Arcade){{#coordinates:39.758333|-84.1925
name=Dayton Arcade

}}

12 Dayton Art Institute
November 19, 1974
(#74001579)
Forest and Riverview Aves.
39°45′57″N 84°12′04″W / 39.765833°N 84.201111°W / 39.765833; -84.201111 (Dayton Art Institute){{#coordinates:39.765833|-84.201111
name=Dayton Art Institute

}}

13 Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park
September 8, 1988
(#01000227)
16 South Williams Street
39°45′21″N 84°12′42″W / 39.755772°N 84.211747°W / 39.755772; -84.211747 (Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park){{#coordinates:39.755772|-84.211747
name=Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park

}}

14 Dayton Canoe Club
July 2, 2008
(#08000591)
1020 Riverside Dr.
39°46′32″N 84°11′48″W / 39.775578°N 84.196628°W / 39.775578; -84.196628 (Dayton Canoe Club){{#coordinates:39.775578|-84.196628
name=Dayton Canoe Club

}}

15 Dayton Daily News Building
November 30, 1978
(#78002144)
4th and Ludlow Sts.
39°45′28″N 84°11′37″W / 39.757778°N 84.193611°W / 39.757778; -84.193611 (Dayton Daily News Building){{#coordinates:39.757778|-84.193611
name=Dayton Daily News Building

}}

16 Dayton Fire Department Station No. 16
May 23, 1980
(#80003171)
31 S. Jersey St.
39°45′53″N 84°09′12″W / 39.764722°N 84.153333°W / 39.764722; -84.153333 (Dayton Fire Department Station No. 16){{#coordinates:39.764722|-84.153333
name=Dayton Fire Department Station No. 16

}}

17 Dayton Fire Station No. 14
September 27, 1980
(#80003172)
1422 N. Main St.
39°46′38″N 84°12′09″W / 39.777222°N 84.2025°W / 39.777222; -84.2025 (Dayton Fire Station No. 14){{#coordinates:39.777222|-84.2025
name=Dayton Fire Station No. 14

}}

18 Dayton Motor Car Company Historic District
May 31, 1984
(#84003785)
15, 101, 123-5 Bainbridge; 9-111 and 122-124 McDonough
39°45′34″N 84°10′50″W / 39.759444°N 84.180556°W / 39.759444; -84.180556 (Dayton Motor Car Company Historic District){{#coordinates:39.759444|-84.180556
name=Dayton Motor Car Company Historic District

}}

19 Dayton Power and Light Building Group
April 12, 2006
(#06000273)
601, 607-609, 613-645 E. 3rd St.
39°45′40″N 84°10′57″W / 39.761111°N 84.1825°W / 39.761111; -84.1825 (Dayton Power and Light Building Group){{#coordinates:39.761111|-84.1825
name=Dayton Power and Light Building Group

}}

20 Dayton Stove and Cornice Works
November 26, 1980
(#80003173)
24-28 N. Patterson Boulevard
39°45′39″N 84°11′12″W / 39.760833°N 84.186667°W / 39.760833; -84.186667 (Dayton Stove and Cornice Works){{#coordinates:39.760833|-84.186667
name=Dayton Stove and Cornice Works

}}

Demolished
21 Dayton Terra-Cotta Historic District
May 31, 1984
(#84003789)
S. Ludlow and W. 5th Sts.
39°45′23″N 84°11′32″W / 39.756389°N 84.192222°W / 39.756389; -84.192222 (Dayton Terra-Cotta Historic District){{#coordinates:39.756389|-84.192222
name=Dayton Terra-Cotta Historic District

}}

22 Dayton View Historic District
July 19, 1984
(#84003787)
Roughly bounded by Broadway, Harvard Boulevard, and Superior and Salem Aves.
39°46′04″N 84°12′59″W / 39.767778°N 84.216389°W / 39.767778; -84.216389 (Dayton View Historic District){{#coordinates:39.767778|-84.216389
name=Dayton View Historic District

}}

23 Dayton Women's Club
February 24, 1975
(#75001499)
225 N. Ludlow St.
39°45′46″N 84°11′42″W / 39.762778°N 84.195°W / 39.762778; -84.195 (Dayton Women's Club){{#coordinates:39.762778|-84.195
name=Dayton Women's Club

}}

24 Dayton Young Men's Christian Association Building
August 25, 1988
(#88001299)
117 W. Monument Ave.
39°45′49″N 84°11′45″W / 39.763611°N 84.195833°W / 39.763611; -84.195833 (Dayton Young Men's Christian Association Building){{#coordinates:39.763611|-84.195833
name=Dayton Young Men's Christian Association Building

}}

25 Deeds' Barn
December 4, 1979
(#79001904)
Carillon Historical Park
39°43′42″N 84°12′03″W / 39.728333°N 84.200833°W / 39.728333; -84.200833 (Deeds' Barn){{#coordinates:39.728333|-84.200833
name=Deeds' Barn

}}

Moved in 2009 from its previous location at 35 Moraine Circle in Kettering[6]
26 Deeds Carillon
July 27, 2005
(#05000756)
1000 Carillon Boulevard
39°43′51″N 84°11′51″W / 39.730833°N 84.1975°W / 39.730833; -84.1975 (Deeds Carillon){{#coordinates:39.730833|-84.1975
name=Deeds Carillon

}}

27 Dunbar Historic District
June 30, 1980
(#80003174)
N. Summit St.
39°45′23″N 84°13′08″W / 39.756389°N 84.218889°W / 39.756389; -84.218889 (Dunbar Historic District){{#coordinates:39.756389|-84.218889
name=Dunbar Historic District

}}

28 Paul Laurence Dunbar House
October 15, 1966
(#66000619)
219 N. Summit St.
39°45′20″N 84°13′08″W / 39.755556°N 84.218889°W / 39.755556; -84.218889 (Paul Laurence Dunbar House){{#coordinates:39.755556|-84.218889
name=Paul Laurence Dunbar House

}}

29 Duncarrick
June 30, 1983
(#83002010)
Webster and Keowee Sts.
39°46′44″N 84°11′03″W / 39.778889°N 84.184167°W / 39.778889; -84.184167 (Duncarrick){{#coordinates:39.778889|-84.184167
name=Duncarrick

}}

30 Eagles Building
November 4, 1982
(#82001478)
320 S. Main St.
39°45′17″N 84°11′24″W / 39.754722°N 84.19°W / 39.754722; -84.19 (Eagles Building){{#coordinates:39.754722|-84.19
name=Eagles Building

}}

31 East Second Street District
March 7, 1979
(#79001898)
3-27 E. 2nd St.
39°45′40″N 84°11′30″W / 39.761111°N 84.191667°W / 39.761111; -84.191667 (East Second Street District){{#coordinates:39.761111|-84.191667
name=East Second Street District

}}

Consisted of 6 buildings, all of which have been demolished
32 East Third Street Historic District
February 2, 2001
(#01000049)
424-520 East 3rd St. (southern side only)
39°45′37″N 84°11′08″W / 39.760278°N 84.185556°W / 39.760278; -84.185556 (East Third Street Historic District){{#coordinates:39.760278|-84.185556
name=East Third Street Historic District

}}

33 Engineers Club of Dayton
October 17, 2007
(#07001091)
110 E. Monument Ave.
39°45′49″N 84°11′27″W / 39.763611°N 84.190833°W / 39.763611; -84.190833 (Engineers Club of Dayton){{#coordinates:39.763611|-84.190833
name=Engineers Club of Dayton

}}

34 Exposition Hall, Montgomery County Fairgrounds
December 10, 2003
(#03001287)
Montgomery County Fairgrounds, 1043 S. Main St.
39°44′38″N 84°11′20″W / 39.743889°N 84.188889°W / 39.743889; -84.188889 (Exposition Hall, Montgomery County Fairgrounds){{#coordinates:39.743889|-84.188889
name=Exposition Hall, Montgomery County Fairgrounds

}}

35 Fire Blocks Historic District
October 15, 1992
(#92001374)
Roughly bounded by Jefferson, 4th, St. Clair, and 2nd Sts.
39°45′30″N 84°11′20″W / 39.758333°N 84.188889°W / 39.758333; -84.188889 (Fire Blocks Historic District){{#coordinates:39.758333|-84.188889
name=Fire Blocks Historic District

}}

36 First Lutheran Church
March 29, 1983
(#83002011)
138 W. 1st St.
39°45′41″N 84°11′45″W / 39.761389°N 84.195833°W / 39.761389; -84.195833 (First Lutheran Church){{#coordinates:39.761389|-84.195833
name=First Lutheran Church

}}

37 Philip E. Gilbert Houses
August 3, 1979
(#79001899)
1012 Huffman Ave. and 18-30 Belpre Pl.
39°45′27″N 84°09′05″W / 39.7575°N 84.151389°W / 39.7575; -84.151389 (Philip E. Gilbert Houses){{#coordinates:39.7575|-84.151389
name=Philip E. Gilbert Houses

}}

38 Oscar M. Gottschall House
April 11, 1977
(#77001076)
20 Livingston Ave.
39°45′27″N 84°08′54″W / 39.7575°N 84.148333°W / 39.7575; -84.148333 (Oscar M. Gottschall House){{#coordinates:39.7575|-84.148333
name=Oscar M. Gottschall House

}}

39 Grafton-Rockwood Historic District
March 22, 2010
(#10000084)
Parts of Grafton, Homewood, Rockwood Ave, Oaks Ave, Old Orchard Ave.
39°46′24″N 84°12′23″W / 39.773347°N 84.206411°W / 39.773347; -84.206411 (Grafton-Rockwood Historic District){{#coordinates:39.773347|-84.206411
name=Grafton-Rockwood Historic District

}}

40 Graphic Arts Building
November 12, 2009
(#09000911)
221-223 S. Ludlow St.
39°45′21″N 84°11′35″W / 39.755856°N 84.193017°W / 39.755856; -84.193017 (Graphic Arts Building){{#coordinates:39.755856|-84.193017
name=Graphic Arts Building

}}

41 Gummer House
February 17, 1978
(#78002145)
1428 Huffman Ave.
39°45′26″N 84°08′35″W / 39.757222°N 84.143056°W / 39.757222; -84.143056 (Gummer House){{#coordinates:39.757222|-84.143056
name=Gummer House

}}

42 Hanitch-Huffman House
March 29, 1982
(#82003617)
139 W. Monument Ave.
39°45′47″N 84°11′46″W / 39.763056°N 84.196111°W / 39.763056; -84.196111 (Hanitch-Huffman House){{#coordinates:39.763056|-84.196111
name=Hanitch-Huffman House

}}

43 Holy Cross Lithuanian Roman Catholic Church
November 5, 1991
(#91001582)
1924 Leo St.
39°46′53″N 84°10′04″W / 39.781389°N 84.167778°W / 39.781389; -84.167778 (Holy Cross Lithuanian Roman Catholic Church){{#coordinates:39.781389|-84.167778
name=Holy Cross Lithuanian Roman Catholic Church

}}

44 Huffman Historic District
August 24, 1982
(#82003618)
Roughly bounded by E. 3rd, Hamilton, Van Lear, and Beckel Sts.
39°45′41″N 84°09′59″W / 39.761389°N 84.166389°W / 39.761389; -84.166389 (Huffman Historic District){{#coordinates:39.761389|-84.166389
name=Huffman Historic District

}}

45 Incinerator Site
April 1, 1975
(#75001500)
2301 W. River Rd.[7]
39°42′48″N 84°13′56″W / 39.71324°N 84.23209°W / 39.71324; -84.23209 (Incinerator Site){{#coordinates:39.71324|-84.23209
name=Incinerator Site

}}

Also known as SunWatch Indian Village
46 Independent Order of Oddfellows, Dayton Lodge No. 273
October 25, 1984
(#84000109)
8 LaBelle St.
39°45′30″N 84°10′23″W / 39.758333°N 84.173056°W / 39.758333; -84.173056 (Independent Order of Oddfellows, Dayton Lodge No. 273){{#coordinates:39.758333|-84.173056
name=Independent Order of Oddfellows, Dayton Lodge No. 273

}}

47 Insco Apartments Building
February 18, 1994
(#93001390)
255 N. Main St.
39°45′48″N 84°11′37″W / 39.763333°N 84.193611°W / 39.763333; -84.193611 (Insco Apartments Building){{#coordinates:39.763333|-84.193611
name=Insco Apartments Building

}}

48 Jacob O. Joyce House
November 25, 1983
(#83004321)
6 Josie St.
39°45′21″N 84°10′33″W / 39.755833°N 84.175833°W / 39.755833; -84.175833 (Jacob O. Joyce House){{#coordinates:39.755833|-84.175833
name=Jacob O. Joyce House

}}

49 Julienne Girls Catholic High School
January 8, 2009
(#08001297)
325 Homewood Ave.
39°46′34″N 84°12′17″W / 39.77618°N 84.20478°W / 39.77618; -84.20478 (Julienne Girls Catholic High School){{#coordinates:39.77618|-84.20478
name=Julienne Girls Catholic High School

}}

Demolished in 2012.[8]
50 Kelly Family Home
June 30, 1975
(#75001501)
657 S. Main St.
39°44′58″N 84°11′21″W / 39.749444°N 84.189167°W / 39.749444; -84.189167 (Kelly Family Home){{#coordinates:39.749444|-84.189167
name=Kelly Family Home

}}

51 Lewis Kemp House
January 23, 1975
(#75001502)
4800 Burkhardt Ave.
39°45′37″N 84°07′33″W / 39.760139°N 84.125833°W / 39.760139; -84.125833 (Lewis Kemp House){{#coordinates:39.760139|-84.125833
name=Lewis Kemp House

}}

52 Kenilworth Avenue Historic District
August 9, 2006
(#06000695)
1131-1203 Salem Ave., 701-761 Kenilworth
39°46′33″N 84°12′58″W / 39.775833°N 84.216111°W / 39.775833; -84.216111 (Kenilworth Avenue Historic District){{#coordinates:39.775833|-84.216111
name=Kenilworth Avenue Historic District

}}

53 Kossuth Colony Historic District
December 21, 1979
(#79001900)
Baltimore St., Mack and Notre Dame Aves.
39°47′00″N 84°10′17″W / 39.783333°N 84.171389°W / 39.783333; -84.171389 (Kossuth Colony Historic District){{#coordinates:39.783333|-84.171389
name=Kossuth Colony Historic District

}}

54 Benjamin F. Kuhns Building
April 24, 1978
(#78002146)
43 S. Main St.
39°45′29″N 84°11′31″W / 39.758056°N 84.191944°W / 39.758056; -84.191944 (Benjamin F. Kuhns Building){{#coordinates:39.758056|-84.191944
name=Benjamin F. Kuhns Building

}}

55 Lafee Building
November 25, 1980
(#80003175)
22 E. 3rd St.
39°45′34″N 84°11′28″W / 39.759306°N 84.191111°W / 39.759306; -84.191111 (Lafee Building){{#coordinates:39.759306|-84.191111
name=Lafee Building

}}

56 Lichliter Mound and Village Site
June 4, 1973
(#73001510)
Fields on the northern side of an intermittent stream, Script error: No such module "convert". above Wolf Creek and Script error: No such module "convert". above the Great Miami River[9]
39°46′46″N 84°17′08″W / 39.779444°N 84.285556°W / 39.779444; -84.285556 (Lichliter Mound and Village Site){{#coordinates:39.779444|-84.285556
name=Lichliter Mound and Village Site

}}

57 Linden Recreation and Community Center
March 26, 2014
(#14000082)
334 Norwood Ave.
39°45′09″N 84°12′26″W / 39.752500°N 84.207222°W / 39.752500; -84.207222 (Linden Recreation and Community Center){{#coordinates:39.752500|-84.207222
name=Linden Recreation and Community Center

}}

58 Lindsey Building
March 14, 1985
(#85000564)
25 S. Main St.
39°45′31″N 84°11′31″W / 39.758611°N 84.191944°W / 39.758611; -84.191944 (Lindsey Building){{#coordinates:39.758611|-84.191944
name=Lindsey Building

}}

59 McCormick Manufacturing Company Building
February 2, 2001
(#01000050)
434-438 E. 1st St.
39°45′48″N 84°11′03″W / 39.763333°N 84.184167°W / 39.763333; -84.184167 (McCormick Manufacturing Company Building){{#coordinates:39.763333|-84.184167
name=McCormick Manufacturing Company Building

}}

60 McPherson Town Historic District
September 29, 1988
(#88001712)
Roughly bounded by Main St., the Great Miami River, and Interstate 75
39°46′03″N 84°11′46″W / 39.7675°N 84.196111°W / 39.7675; -84.196111 (McPherson Town Historic District){{#coordinates:39.7675|-84.196111
name=McPherson Town Historic District

}}

61 Memorial Hall
July 14, 1988
(#88001062)
125 E. 1st St.
39°45′51″N 84°11′23″W / 39.764167°N 84.189722°W / 39.764167; -84.189722 (Memorial Hall){{#coordinates:39.764167|-84.189722
name=Memorial Hall

}}

62 Daniel Miller House
May 29, 1975
(#75001504)
3525 Dandridge Ave.
39°45′59″N 84°14′49″W / 39.766389°N 84.246806°W / 39.766389; -84.246806 (Daniel Miller House){{#coordinates:39.766389|-84.246806
name=Daniel Miller House

}}

63 Montgomery County Courthouse
January 26, 1970
(#70000510)
Northwestern corner of 3rd and Main Sts.
39°45′33″N 84°11′33″W / 39.759167°N 84.1925°W / 39.759167; -84.1925 (Montgomery County Courthouse){{#coordinates:39.759167|-84.1925
name=Montgomery County Courthouse

}}

64 Jacob H.W. Mumma House
May 29, 1980
(#80003176)
2239 Kipling Dr.
39°47′24″N 84°14′37″W / 39.790000°N 84.243611°W / 39.790000; -84.243611 (Jacob H.W. Mumma House){{#coordinates:39.790000|-84.243611
name=Jacob H.W. Mumma House

}}

65 Mutual Home & Savings Association Building
December 16, 1982
(#82001480)
120 W. 2nd St.
39°45′37″N 84°11′43″W / 39.760278°N 84.195278°W / 39.760278; -84.195278 (Mutual Home & Savings Association Building){{#coordinates:39.760278|-84.195278
name=Mutual Home & Savings Association Building

}}

66 Newcom House
July 21, 1980
(#80003177)
Carillon Historical Park
39°43′42″N 84°12′02″W / 39.728333°N 84.200556°W / 39.728333; -84.200556 (Newcom House){{#coordinates:39.728333|-84.200556
name=Newcom House

}}

Moved in 2009 from its previous location at 35 Moraine Circle in Kettering[6]
67 Nicholas Ohmer House
October 16, 1974
(#74001580)
1350 Creighton St.
39°44′26″N 84°09′14″W / 39.740556°N 84.153889°W / 39.740556; -84.153889 (Nicholas Ohmer House){{#coordinates:39.740556|-84.153889
name=Nicholas Ohmer House

}}

68 Old Post Office And Federal Building
March 10, 1975
(#75001505)
Southeastern corner of W. 3rd and Wilkinson Sts.
39°45′30″N 84°11′41″W / 39.758333°N 84.194722°W / 39.758333; -84.194722 (Old Post Office And Federal Building){{#coordinates:39.758333|-84.194722
name=Old Post Office And Federal Building

}}

69 Oregon Historic District
March 27, 1975
(#75001506)
Between Patterson Boulevard and Wayne Ave., north to Gates St. and south to U.S. Route 35
39°45′19″N 84°11′04″W / 39.755278°N 84.184444°W / 39.755278; -84.184444 (Oregon Historic District){{#coordinates:39.755278|-84.184444
name=Oregon Historic District

}}

70 Isaac Pollack House
December 16, 1974
(#74001581)
208 W. Monument Ave.[10]
39°45′46″N 84°11′48″W / 39.762778°N 84.196667°W / 39.762778; -84.196667 (Isaac Pollack House){{#coordinates:39.762778|-84.196667
name=Isaac Pollack House

}}

71 Rudolph Pretzinger House
August 24, 1979
(#79001901)
908 S. Main St
39°44′45″N 84°11′16″W / 39.745833°N 84.187778°W / 39.745833; -84.187778 (Rudolph Pretzinger House){{#coordinates:39.745833|-84.187778
name=Rudolph Pretzinger House

}}

72 Red Oak-William C. Sherman House
September 8, 2000
(#00001064)
1231 Hook Estates Dr.
39°47′43″N 84°14′00″W / 39.795278°N 84.233333°W / 39.795278; -84.233333 (Red Oak-William C. Sherman House){{#coordinates:39.795278|-84.233333
name=Red Oak-William C. Sherman House

}}

73 John R. Reynolds House
November 21, 1976
(#76001499)
24 Klee St.
39°45′27″N 84°08′58″W / 39.7575°N 84.149444°W / 39.7575; -84.149444 (John R. Reynolds House){{#coordinates:39.7575|-84.149444
name=John R. Reynolds House

}}

74 Rubicon Farm
September 29, 1976
(#76001500)
1815 Brown St.
39°44′04″N 84°10′56″W / 39.734444°N 84.182222°W / 39.734444; -84.182222 (Rubicon Farm){{#coordinates:39.734444|-84.182222
name=Rubicon Farm

}}

75 Sachs and Pruden Ale Company Building
August 12, 1991
(#91000973)
127 Wyandot St.
39°45′30″N 84°11′15″W / 39.758333°N 84.1875°W / 39.758333; -84.1875 (Sachs and Pruden Ale Company Building){{#coordinates:39.758333|-84.1875
name=Sachs and Pruden Ale Company Building

}}

76 Sacred Heart Church
October 22, 1987
(#87001885)
217 W. 4th St.
39°45′28″N 84°11′43″W / 39.757778°N 84.195278°W / 39.757778; -84.195278 (Sacred Heart Church){{#coordinates:39.757778|-84.195278
name=Sacred Heart Church

}}

77 St. Adalbert Polish Catholic Church
November 7, 1991
(#91001581)
1511 Valley St.
39°47′01″N 84°09′22″W / 39.783611°N 84.156111°W / 39.783611; -84.156111 (St. Adalbert Polish Catholic Church){{#coordinates:39.783611|-84.156111
name=St. Adalbert Polish Catholic Church

}}

78 Saint Anne's Hill Historic District
June 5, 1986
(#86001214)
Roughly bounded by 4th, McClure, Josie, High, and Dutoit Sts.
39°45′24″N 84°10′23″W / 39.756667°N 84.173056°W / 39.756667; -84.173056 (Saint Anne's Hill Historic District){{#coordinates:39.756667|-84.173056
name=Saint Anne's Hill Historic District

}}

79 St. Mary Roman Catholic Church
April 21, 1983
(#83002012)
543 Xenia Ave.
39°45′10″N 84°10′04″W / 39.752778°N 84.167778°W / 39.752778; -84.167778 (St. Mary Roman Catholic Church){{#coordinates:39.752778|-84.167778
name=St. Mary Roman Catholic Church

}}

80 St. Mary's Hall, University of Dayton
May 25, 1973
(#73001508)
300 College Park
39°44′22″N 84°10′41″W / 39.739444°N 84.178056°W / 39.739444; -84.178056 (St. Mary's Hall, University of Dayton){{#coordinates:39.739444|-84.178056
name=St. Mary's Hall, University of Dayton

}}

81 Hyman Schriber Building
May 26, 1988
(#88000667)
306-308 Washington St.
39°45′06″N 84°11′41″W / 39.751667°N 84.194722°W / 39.751667; -84.194722 (Hyman Schriber Building){{#coordinates:39.751667|-84.194722
name=Hyman Schriber Building

}}

82 Shawen Acres
October 9, 1991
(#91001487)
3304 N. Main St.
39°47′47″N 84°12′53″W / 39.796389°N 84.214722°W / 39.796389; -84.214722 (Shawen Acres){{#coordinates:39.796389|-84.214722
name=Shawen Acres

}}

83 Sig's General Store
August 12, 1991
(#91000974)
1400 Valley St.
39°46′54″N 84°09′30″W / 39.781667°N 84.158333°W / 39.781667; -84.158333 (Sig's General Store){{#coordinates:39.781667|-84.158333
name=Sig's General Store

}}

84 Edwin Smith House
August 13, 1974
(#74001582)
131 W. 3rd St.
39°45′32″N 84°11′42″W / 39.758889°N 84.195°W / 39.758889; -84.195 (Edwin Smith House){{#coordinates:39.758889|-84.195
name=Edwin Smith House

}}

85 South Park Historic District
August 23, 1984
(#84003794)
Roughly bounded by Park, Morton, Hickory, and Wayne Ave.; also roughly bounded by Wayne, Wyoming, Nathan, Oak, Alberta and Blaine
39°44′56″N 84°10′43″W / 39.748889°N 84.178611°W / 39.748889; -84.178611 (South Park Historic District){{#coordinates:39.748889|-84.178611
name=South Park Historic District

}}

Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of June 16, 1988
86 Southern Ohio Lunatic Asylum
November 15, 1979
(#79001902)
2335 Wayne Ave.
39°44′16″N 84°09′40″W / 39.737778°N 84.161111°W / 39.737778; -84.161111 (Southern Ohio Lunatic Asylum){{#coordinates:39.737778|-84.161111
name=Southern Ohio Lunatic Asylum

}}

87 Squirrel-Forest Historic District
October 14, 2010
(#10000827)
North of Homewood Ave. and along the west side of Forest Ave.
39°46′27″N 84°12′08″W / 39.774167°N 84.202222°W / 39.774167; -84.202222 (Squirrel-Forest Historic District){{#coordinates:39.774167|-84.202222
name=Squirrel-Forest Historic District

}}

88 Steele's Hill-Grafton Hill Historic District
June 5, 1986
(#86001237)
Roughly bounded by Grand, Plymouth, Forest, and Salem
39°45′59″N 84°12′15″W / 39.766389°N 84.204167°W / 39.766389; -84.204167 (Steele's Hill-Grafton Hill Historic District){{#coordinates:39.766389|-84.204167
name=Steele's Hill-Grafton Hill Historic District

}}

89 John S. Stengel House
April 21, 1983
(#83002013)
325 W. 2nd St.
39°45′37″N 84°11′52″W / 39.760278°N 84.197778°W / 39.760278; -84.197778 (John S. Stengel House){{#coordinates:39.760278|-84.197778
name=John S. Stengel House

}}

Demolished
90 Stivers High School
August 17, 2001
(#01000896)
1313 E. 5th St.
39°45′31″N 84°10′32″W / 39.758667°N 84.175556°W / 39.758667; -84.175556 (Stivers High School){{#coordinates:39.758667|-84.175556
name=Stivers High School

}}

91 Traxler Mansion
April 24, 1979
(#79001903)
42 Yale Ave.
39°46′14″N 84°12′54″W / 39.770556°N 84.215°W / 39.770556; -84.215 (Traxler Mansion){{#coordinates:39.770556|-84.215
name=Traxler Mansion

}}

92 Unit III, Dayton Project
June 7, 2006
(#06000480)
1601 W. 1st St.
39°45′25″N 84°13′19″W / 39.756944°N 84.221944°W / 39.756944; -84.221944 (Unit III, Dayton Project){{#coordinates:39.756944|-84.221944
name=Unit III, Dayton Project

}}

93 United Brethren Publishing House
December 10, 1993
(#93001391)
40-46 S. Main St. (7-21 E. 4th St.)
39°45′30″N 84°11′29″W / 39.758333°N 84.191389°W / 39.758333; -84.191389 (United Brethren Publishing House){{#coordinates:39.758333|-84.191389
name=United Brethren Publishing House

}}

94 Victory Theater Building
June 22, 1972
(#72001037)
138 N. Main St.
39°45′42″N 84°11′32″W / 39.761667°N 84.192222°W / 39.761667; -84.192222 (Victory Theater Building){{#coordinates:39.761667|-84.192222
name=Victory Theater Building

}}

95 Dr. Jefferson A. Walters House
November 20, 1974
(#74001583)
35 E. 1st St.
39°45′46″N 84°11′29″W / 39.76275°N 84.191306°W / 39.76275; -84.191306 (Dr. Jefferson A. Walters House){{#coordinates:39.76275|-84.191306
name=Dr. Jefferson A. Walters House

}}

96 West Third Street Historic District
January 25, 1989
(#88003194)
Roughly W. 3rd St. between Broadway and Shannon St.
39°45′21″N 84°12′43″W / 39.755833°N 84.211944°W / 39.755833; -84.211944 (West Third Street Historic District){{#coordinates:39.755833|-84.211944
name=West Third Street Historic District

}}

97 Westbrock Funeral Home
March 10, 1988
(#88000205)
1712 Wayne Ave.
39°44′41″N 84°10′06″W / 39.744722°N 84.168333°W / 39.744722; -84.168333 (Westbrock Funeral Home){{#coordinates:39.744722|-84.168333
name=Westbrock Funeral Home

}}

98 Weustoff and Getz Company
September 3, 2014
(#14000547)
210 Wayne Ave.
39°45′31″N 84°11′00″W / 39.758611°N 84.183333°W / 39.758611; -84.183333 (Weustoff and Getz Company){{#coordinates:39.758611|-84.183333
name=Weustoff and Getz Company

}}

99 Women's Christian Association
May 13, 1976
(#76001501)
800 W. 5th St.
39°45′11″N 84°12′28″W / 39.753056°N 84.207778°W / 39.753056; -84.207778 (Women's Christian Association){{#coordinates:39.753056|-84.207778
name=Women's Christian Association

}}

Razed in November 2007
100 Woodland Cemetery Association of Dayton Historic District
November 22, 2011
(#11000855)
118 Woodland Ave.
39°44′38″N 84°10′30″W / 39.743888°N 84.175000°W / 39.743888; -84.175000 (Woodland Cemetery Association of Dayton Historic District){{#coordinates:39.743888|-84.175000
name=Woodland Cemetery Association of Dayton Historic District

}}

101 Woodland Cemetery Gateway, Chapel and Office
November 30, 1978
(#78002147)
118 Woodland Ave.
39°44′34″N 84°10′45″W / 39.742778°N 84.179167°W / 39.742778; -84.179167 (Woodland Cemetery Gateway, Chapel and Office){{#coordinates:39.742778|-84.179167
name=Woodland Cemetery Gateway, Chapel and Office

}}

102 Wright Cycle Company-Wright and Wright Printing Offices
February 13, 1986
(#86000236)
22 S. Williams St.
39°45′13″N 84°12′43″W / 39.753611°N 84.211944°W / 39.753611; -84.211944 (Wright Cycle Company-Wright and Wright Printing Offices){{#coordinates:39.753611|-84.211944
name=Wright Cycle Company-Wright and Wright Printing Offices

}}

103 Wright Flyer III
June 21, 1990
(#90001747)
Carillon Park, 2001 S. Patterson Boulevard
39°43′40″N 84°12′07″W / 39.727778°N 84.201944°W / 39.727778; -84.201944 (Wright Flyer III){{#coordinates:39.727778|-84.201944
name=Wright Flyer III

}}

Former listings

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed<th width = 10% style="background-color: #A8EDEF">Date removed</th> Location Summary
1 Classic Theater Upload image
February 10, 1975
(#75001496)
<td>
January 31, 1995
</td>
815 W. 5th St.
39°45′12″N 84°12′30″W / 39.7533°N 84.2083°W / 39.7533; -84.2083 (Classic Theater){{#coordinates:39.7533|-84.2083
name=Classic Theater

}}

2 Orville Wright Laboratory Upload image
April 13, 1973
(#73001509)
<td>
February 20, 1980
</td>
15 N. Broadway

See also

References

  1. The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on {{NRHP date for lists/dates#REDIRECTmw:Help:Magic words#Other
    This page is a soft redirect.Ohio}}.
  3. 3.0 3.1 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 Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-24. 
  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. 6.0 6.1 Wynn, Kelli. Carillon Park Gets Historic Homes Sunday, Dayton Daily News, 2009-07-10. Accessed 2012-12-30.
  7. Location derived from this SunWatch website; the NRIS lists it as "Address Restricted"
  8. http://www.daytondailynews.com/lifestyle/community-makes-final-pilgrimage-to-historic-julienne-high-school-1366967.html?cxtype=feedbot
  9. Location derived from Allman, John C. "A New Late Woodland Culture for Ohio: The Lichliter Village Site Near Dayton". Ohio Archaeologist 7.2 (1957): 59. The NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted".
  10. Location, Dayton International Peace Museum, 2010. Accessed 2012-11-27. The NRIS lists the house at its former location of 319 W. 3rd St.

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