Central Geneva Historic District (Boundary Increase and Additional Documentation) (NRIS 16000897)

Address: 0-200, 300-500 blks. S. 6th, 11-13 S. 7th, 600 blks. of State, James, Campbell, Fulton & South, 9,11 N. 2nd Sts., Geneva, Illinois. County/parish: Kane.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places July 10, 2017.

From Wikipedia:

Central Geneva Historic District
The Central Geneva Historic District is a set of 102 buildings and structures in Geneva, Illinois. Of those, 68 contribute to the district's historical integrity. The district is representative of southern Geneva, south of Illinois Route 38. Among the noted buildings is the Kane County Courthouse and the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed P. D. Hoyt House. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, and was enlarged in 2017. (read more...)

Architects:

  • Clay, William W.
  • Cook, Charles
  • Edbrooke and Burnham
  • Frazier and Raftery
  • Harkins, Jacob
  • Holabird and Roche
  • Kendall, Jerome
  • Larrabee, Eugene Hall
  • Malmer, Euegene
  • Martin, David
  • Mendie and Jensen
  • Otis, W. A.
  • Radecky, Bill
  • Scott, George
  • Smith, C. D. F.
  • Stome, O. H.
  • Westgarth, George
  • Wheeler, John
  • Wilson, August
  • Wilson Brothers
  • Winship, Daniel
  • Winship, Richard
  • Worsley, Timothy
  • Wright, Frank Lloyd

National Park Service documentation: https://npgallery.nps.gov/AssetDetail/NRIS/16000897

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