City of Collinsville historic Landmarks

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City of Collinsville historic Landmarks
CITY OF COLLINSVILLE
HISTORIC LANDMARKS
Presentation of Official
City Landmark Plaques
January 27, 2013
(since revised to include Miner’s Theatre, the latest landmark designation)
HISTORIC LANDMARKS
During the 1990s, Collinsville Progress, a division of the
Chamber of Commerce, began the process of recognizing
Historic Landmarks and awarding plaques to houses,
businesses, and places of historical or architectural
importance to Collinsville.
When the City applied to become a Certified
Local Government, they were required to have
a Historic Preservation Commission, and one
was formed in 1996, appointed by the mayor.
One of the functions of the Commission is to
nominate Historic Landmarks and Historic
Districts. The difference between these and the
Progress Landmarks is that these are officially
recognized by the City and the State and
regulated by a City ordinance.
The Collinsville Historic Preservation
Commission nominates, or receives
nominations, for properties that are significant
to the City of Collinsville due to their
architecture, their historical value, their
association with important persons, events, or
activities, or other factors significant to the
history of Collinsville.
The nominations are reviewed by the Historic
Preservation Commission and submitted to the
City Council for approval and the Historic
Landmark award certificates and information
packets are presented to the owners by the Mayor
at a City Council meeting.
Many of the City Landmarks also have been
Collinsville Progress Landmarks. All of the
following properties already have received their
certificates as City Landmarks and today will
receive their plaques.
THE HISTORIC LANDMARK PLAQUE
Featured on the
plaque is the Daniel
Dove Collins House,
the first officially
designated
Collinsville Historic
Landmark
DA N I E L D OV E C O L L I N S H O U S E
6 2 1 W. M A I N
COLLINSVILLE CITY HALL
125 S. CENTER
OLD CITY FIREHOUSE
123 S. CENTER
OA T M A N H O U S E
501 E. MAIN
MILLER-SIMS HOUSE
235 S. AURORA
BROOKS CATSUP BOTTLE
WATER TOWER
800 S. MORRISON
MASONIC TEMPLE
2 1 8 W. C L A Y
CAHOKIA MOUNDS
C O L L I N S V I L L E R OA D
KO H L E R - RO B I N S O N H O U S E
410 N. MORRISON
S C H RO E P P E L - B ROW N H O U S E
3 1 7 W. M A I N
K E N N E DY H O U S E
401 E. CHURCH
BECKER HOUSE
2 3 7 N . C L I N TO N
B E I D L E R H OT E L
315 E. CHURCH
F U L E N W I D E R - FA L L I N E H O U S E
120 N. AURORA
BISCHOFF-MASHEK-HELLIGE HOUSE
303 N. MORRISON
O S T L E BU I L D I N G
2 2 8 W. M A I N
E C K AU TO S E RV I C E
4 0 0 C A S E Y V I L L E R D.
B E LV E D E R E S
AT COURTLAND PLACE
S C H RO E P P E L - T E JA DA BU I L D I N G
3 0 0 - 3 0 4 W. M A I N
S AU E R - BU C H A NA H O U S E
503 E. CLAY
NEWNAM- MCDONELL-SPRINGER
HOUSE
2 2 2 P I N E L A K E R OA D
MILLER SCHULZ HOUSE
2 1 0 P I N E L A K E R OA D
BA R N I S H H O U S E
2 1 3 P I N E L A K E R OA D
BIERMAN HOUSE
2 1 5 P I N E L A K E R OA D
MCKINLEY SCHOOL
5 0 2 W A D S WO R T H
KELLER-MCCLASKEY HOUSE
4 2 9 VA N DA L I A
KALBFLEISCH-AMMON-WARREN
HOUSE
7 1 0 S T. L O U I S R OA D
S TA T E BA N K BU I L D I N G
1 0 2 W. M A I N
W E S T- S A L E R N O H O U S E
3 2 5 O ’ FA R R E L L
H A R R I S O N H O S P I TA L S
2 1 5 W. C H U R C H & 2 0 6 S . S E M I N A RY
K A S S LY F U N E R A L H O M E
5 1 5 VA N DA L I A
TEICHGRAEBER-VIVIANO-MULL
HOUSE
8 2 5 VA N D A L I A
O L D L I N C O L N S C H O O L - M T. Z I O N
CHURCH
307 GOETHE
G R E E K S C A N DY K I T C H E N JOHNNY’S SIDE BAR
107 E. MAIN
G L E N WO O D C E M E T E RY
R E H G P RO P E RT Y
1 0 0 8 VA N DA L I A
MINER’S THEATRE
2 0 4 W. M A I N S T R E E T

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