Central Cole Camp Historic District (NRIS 02000355)
Roughly consists of the 100 blks. of E and W Main St., most of Maple St.,105 E. Butterfield,106 N Olive, 107 N Boonville,
Missouri. County/parish: Benton.
37 contributing buildings.
Added to the National Register of Historic Places
April 11, 2002.
Part of Cole Camp, Missouri MPS
- Central Cole Camp Historic District
- Central Cole Camp Historic District is a national historic district located at Cole Camp, Benton County, Missouri. The district encompasses 37 contributing buildings in the central business district of Cole Camp. It developed between about 1881 and 1951, and includes representative examples of period commercial, Romanesque Revival, and Italianate style architecture. Notable buildings include the Daisy Roller Mill (c. 1888), Citizens Bank (1898), Congregational Church (1913), Kroenke Dort Building (c. 1919), and Cole Camp Mercantile Building (c. 1924).It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. (read more...)
Keiffer and Laughlin
National Park Service documentation: https://npgallery.nps.gov/AssetDetail/NRIS/02000355