National Register of Historic Places, Fort Smith listings

Atkinson-Williams Warehouse, 320 Rogers Ave., 1906 commercial structure, 12/12/1979

Belle Grove Historic District, bounded by N. 4th, N. 9th, N. B and N. H Sts., 1865-1920 residential district, 07/16/73.

Bonneville House, 318 N. 7th St., 1880 Italianate house, 09/22/71.

C.R. Breckinridge House, 504 N. 16th St., 1903 home of Arkansas politician and minister to Russia, 08/07/79.

Christ the King Church, Greenwood and S. S St., 1930 Charles L. Thompson Spanish Mission design, 12/22/82.

W.H.H. Clayton House, 514 N. 6th St., ca. 1880 home of frontier prosecutor, 09/04/70.

Commercial Hotel, 123 N. 1st St., 1899 hotel, 05/07/73.

Ferguson-Calderara House, 214 N. 14th St., Classically detailed 1904 home of lumberman, 12/11/79.

Fort Smith National Historic Site, 301 Parker Ave., 1817-24, frontier fort established to keep peace among Indian tribes, site of "hanging judge" Isaac C. Parkers's court. Fort Smith National Historic Site is a National Historic Landmark, NR listed, 03/07/86. NHL listed 12/19/60.

Joseph Knoble Brewery, N. 3rd and E Sts., 1851 brewery building, 03/24/72.

Angus McLeod House, 912 N. 13th St., 1905 Neoclassical residence, 12/08/78.

William J. Murphy House, 923 N. 13th St., ca. 1895, Colonial Revival house, 08/07/79.

Horace Franklin Rogers House, 2900 Rogers Ave., 1904 home of a prominent citizen, 05/02/79.

Tillman Shaw House, 500 S. 19th St., 1909 house with Spanish Colonial, Prairie and Colonial Revival details, 05/16/88.

James Sparks House, 206 N. 14th St., ca. 1887, Romanesque architecture, 09/14/72.

West Garrison Ave. Historic District, bounded roughly by 13th St., N. B St., 1st Street and Parker Avenue, 1870-1950 commercial district, 04/26/79.

Fort Smith Masonic Temple, 200 N. 11th St., 1927 Art Deco structure with Egyptian Revival interior, 11/20/92.

Sebastian County Courthouse/Fort Smith City Hall, 100 S. 6th St., 1937 structure designed in Art Deco variation, 06/08/93.

Birney Safety Streetcar #224, housed at 100 S. 4th St., restored 1926 trolley car, 05/19/94.

Oak Cemetery, SE of intersection of Greenwood and Dodson avenues, city cemetery with burials dating to 1853, 06/02/95.

Fort Smith Confederate Monument, Sixth St. and Rogers Ave., 1903 commemorative sculpture, 04/26/96.

Spirit of the American Doughboy Monument, 4901 Midland Blvd., 1930 World War I commemorative monument, 05/23/97.

Fort Smith National Cemetery, 522 Garland Ave., 1867 military cemetery, 05/22/99.

William Ayers House, 820 N. 12th St., 1888 Queen Anne-Eastlake House, 07/88/99.

New Theatre, 9 N. 10th St., 1911 Beaux-Arts building, 11/18/99.

Fort Smith Post Office and Courthouse, 30 S. 6th St., 1937 Classical Revival-style federal building, 12/13/99.