Adair County National Register Listings

Adair County Courthouse, Washington Street, Kirksville (8/11/78)

Bear Creek Baptist Church, Kirksville vicinity (3/29/84)

Cabins Historic District, Novinger vicinity (7/17/79)

Dockery Hotel, Elson and McPherson streets, Kirksville (2/10/83) (destroyed 1991)

Adair County CourthouseAdair County Courthouse

First Presbyterian Church, 201 S. High St., Kirksville (7/10/17)

Grim Building, 113-115 E. Washington St., Kirksville (6/27/79)

Harris, Capt. Thomas C, House, 1308 N. Franklin St., Kirksville (10/15/73)

Journal Printing Co. Building, 119 S. Elson St., Kirksville (7/14/11)

Kirksville Courthouse Square Historic District, 200 block North Franklin Street, 100 block East Harrison Street, 100 block West Harrison Street, Kirksville (5/21/09)

Laughlin, Drs. George and Blanche, House, 706 S. Halliburton St., Kirksville (3/11/14)

Lincoln School, 907 S. Wabash St., Kirksville (1/31/17)

Masonic Temple, 217 E. Harrison St., Kirksville, 1/07/10

St. Mary's Church, MO 11, Adair (12/16/74)

Salisbury School, MO K, Kirksville vicinity (One-Teacher Public Schools of Missouri, c. 1774 to 1973 MPDF) (10/23/2017)

Smith, Dr. E. Sanborn, House, 111 E. Patterson St., Kirksville (1/30/09)

Smith, Orie, Black and White Stock Farm Historic District, half-mile mile southeast of junction of MO Highway P and County Road 129B, Kirksville vicinity (1/16/01)

Sojourners Club, 211 S. Elson St., Kirksville (3/11/14)

Thousand Hills State Park Petroglyphs Archaeological Site, address restricted (1/23/70)

Travelers Hotel, 301 W. Washington St., Kirksville (9/16/09)

Trinity Episcopal Church, 124 N. Mulanix St., Kirksville (1/02/08)

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