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Odd numbered 201-309 South Church Street, and South Washington Street from Emmet to West Street

National or State Register of Historic Places
Odd numbered 201-309 South Church Street, and South Washington Street from Emmet to West Street | National or State Registers Record | Wisconsin Historical Society
NAMES
Historic Name:South Washington Street Historic District
Reference Number:03001220
PROPERTY LOCATION
Location (Address):Odd numbered 201-309 South Church Street, and South Washington Street from Emmet to West Street
County:Jefferson
City/Village:Watertown
Township:
SUMMARY
PROPERTY FEATURES
Period of Significance:1860-1937
Area of Significance:Architecture
Area of Significance:Social History
Applicable Criteria:Architecture/Engineering
Applicable Criteria:Event
Historic Use:Domestic: Single Dwelling
Historic Use:Domestic: Secondary Structure
Architectural Style:Colonial Revival
Architectural Style:Queen Anne
Architectural Style:Federal
Resource Type:District
Architect:Charboneau, Louis
Architect:Kern, Joseph
DESIGNATIONS
Historic Status:Listed in the National Register
Historic Status:Listed in the State Register
National Register Listing Date:11/26/2003
State Register Listing Date:07/18/2003
NUMBER OF RESOURCES WITHIN PROPERTY
Number of Contributing Buildings:32
Number of Contributing Sites:0
Number of Contributing Structures:0
Number of Contributing Objects:0
Number of Non-Contributing Sites:0
Number of Non-Contributing Structures:0
Number of Non-Contributing Objects:0
RECORD LOCATION
National Register and State Register of Historic Places, Division of Historic Preservation, Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, Wisconsin

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