Forty-three Logansport structures remain ‘Outstanding’ National Register Candidates

Last Updated on May 17, 2018 by cassnetwork

It’s Historic Preservation Week nationwide, and as local fans of historic preservation observe it with special tours and a presentation Saturday at The People’s Winery, there are reasons to celebrate it throughout the year.

According to the 2016 inventory of historic buildings in Logansport, there were 73 structures rated as “outstanding” nominees or virtual “slam dunks” for the National Register of HIstoric Places in 1984 when the first inventory was completed. By 2016, a dozen of those had vanished from the Logansport landscape and another 18 have been reduced to “notable” or “contributing” status, though those structures may also be nominated for the Register.

The 43 confirmed as “Outstanding” potential nominees for National Register status are:

  1. 410-412 10th St. (1874) Residence
    2. 700 E. Market St., (1922) Cass Memorial Center
    3. 422 Ninth St., (1895) St. James Lutheran Church
    4. Ninth and Spear, (1906), former Ninth Street Christian Church
    5. 700 E. Broadway, (1911), The Baptist Temple
    6. 730 E. Broadway, (1890) Residence
    7. 800 E. Broadway, (1904) First United Methodist Church
    8. 815 E. Broadway, (1863) First Universalist Church
    9. 824 E. Broadway, (1890) Residence
    10. 835 E. Broadway, (1870) Grace Evangelical Church
    11. 900 E. Broadway, (1890) Cole Clothing Museum
    12. 1219 E. Broadway, (1925) Principe de Paz Church
    13. 1603 E. Broadway, (1895) Gundrum Funeral Home
    14. 2322 E. Broadway, (1900) Residence
    15. 2500 E. Broadway, (1900), Residence
    16. 2540 E. Broadway, (1900), Residence
    17. 2610 E. Broadway, (1915), Residence
    18. 2610 E. Broadway, (1915), Residence
    19. 2704 E. Broadway, (1925), Residence
    20. 1002 High St., (1920), Residence
    21. 1912 High St., (1885), Residence
    22. 621 E. Market St., (1889), Residence
    23. 806 E. Market St., (1902), Residence
    24. 812 E. Market St., (1880), Residence
    25. 829 E. Market St., (1870), Residence
    26. 1004 E. Market St., (1853), residence and (1835) log cabin
    28. 1500 E. Market St., (1903), Market Street Methodist Church
    29. 319 Seventh St., (1870), Trinity Episcopal Church
    30. 927 North St., (1876), Residence
    31. 1000 North St., (1915), Residence
    32. 1003 North St., (1875), Residence
    33. 1511 North St., (1920), Residence
    34. 2018 North St., (1905), Residence
    35. 1300-1302 North St., (1915), Residence
    36. 728-730 North St., (1890), Residence
    37. 701 Spencer St., (1893/1902), Calvary Presbyterian
    38. 805 Spencer St., (1895), Emmaus Mission Center
    39. Bates & Plum, (1865), Civil War Historical Marker
    40. 533 Erie Ave., (1890), Heppe Building
    41. 2509 High St., (1930), Residence
    42. 978/979 Sherman St., (1830), Residence
    43. 303 Wheatland Ave., (1860), Residence

SOURCE: News release from Logansport Mayor Dave Kitchell