Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Celebrate Historic Preservation Month!

Decatur County is home to nine properties and one historic district currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Have you seen them all?

Bromwell Brush and Wire Goods Company
530 West First Street, Greensburg
Late Victorian Industrial, built 1903

Champ's Ford Bridge (County Bridge #124)
County Road 100S over Clifty Creek, 2 miles west of Burney
Stone-arch c. 1890

Decatur County Courthouse
Surely you've seen this one!

114 North Michigan Avenue, Greensburg

Greensburg Downtown Historic District
Roughly the area surrounding the courthouse square

Bright B. Harris House
413 North Franklin Street, Greensburg
Italianate, 1871

Jerman School (originally Greensburg High School)
316 West Walnut Street, Greensburg
Craftsman, 1920

215 North Broadway, Greensburg

Strauther-Pleak Round Barn
Moscow Road, east of CR 100 W.

Which one is your favorite? 
What Decatur County properties do you think should be added to the National Register?

1 comment:

  1. Champs ford bridge is being rebuilt now.. The arches were deemed to be strong enough to remain and a new wider surface is being put on.


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