Tag: National Register of Historic Places

Endangered: Sanxay-Gilmore House, Iowa City

Preservation Iowa’s Most Endangered 2018:  Sanxay-Gilmore House, Iowa City (Johnson County) Long believed to have been built in the late 1850s, recent research has revealed that the Sanxay-Gilmore House at 109 E. Market St. was built by 1843, making it likely the oldest remaining house within Iowa City’s original city limits. The two-story Greek Revival… Read more »

National Register Activity in Iowa was High in 2016

2016 was an active year for Iowa’s National Register of Historic Places program.  As of December, six new districts have been listed and 23 individual properties.  Highlights include a water tower in Manning designed by Iowa State College engineering professor Anson Marston in 1903.  The New Providence Building Association Stores in New Providence, home of what… Read more »