The Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation considered nominations to the National Register of Historic Places, including one in Washington, during its quarterly meeting Aug. 15 in Kansas City.
Three districts and five individual property nominations are scheduled to be considered for listing in the National Register.
Approved nominations are forwarded to the Keeper of the National Register in Washington, D.C., for final approval.
The list includes the following commercial, residential and institutional properties and districts:
• Remington Rand Building, 4100 Lindell Boulevard, St. Louis.
• Stouffer’s Riverfront Inn, 200 S. Fourth St., St. Louis.
• John B. Busch Brewery (boundary increase), 813 Jefferson St., Downtown Washington Historic District (amendment), roughly 14.5 blocks in the Washington Central Business District.
• McDaniel Building, 316 Park Central East, Springfield, Greene County.
• Sigma Alpha Epsilon Building, 24 E. Stewart Road, Columbia, Boone County.
• Midtown Neighborhood Historic District, roughly bounded by Clark Street, Kingshighway, Madison and Jefferson streets, and Second and Third streets, St. Charles.
• The Kansas City Parks and Boulevards Historic District, various locations, Kansas City, Jackson County.
• Sarcoxie Public Square Historic District, along portions of 5th, 6th, Center and Cross streets, Sarcoxie, Jasper County.
The Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is a 12-member group of historians, architects, archaeologists and citizens with an interest in historic preservation.
The council is appointed by the governor and works with the Department of Natural Resources’ State Historic Preservation Office, which administers the National Register of Historic Places program for Missouri.
The council meets quarterly to review Missouri property nominations to the National Register, the nation’s honor roll of historic properties.