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Property Name Southwest Market Street Historic District
Reference Number 13000038
State Missouri
County Jackson
Town Lee's Summit
Street Address 314 through 418 Southwest Market Street, Lee's Summit, MO
Multiple Property Submission Name Lee's Summit, Missouri MPS
Status Listed 02/27/2013
Areas of Significance
Link to full file http://www.nps.gov/nr/feature/places/pdfs/13000038.pdf
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The Southwest Market Street Historic District meets National Register Criterion C for architecture in that it consists of an unbroken row of domestic architecture representing elements of many of the architectural designs which were popular during the district's c. 1870-c. 1950 period of significance. The beginning of the period of significance marks the approximate date of construction of the earliest of the resources in the district , 408-410 Southwest Market Street , and ends c. 1950. The closing date corresponds to the approximate date of construction of the contributing outbuilding associated with the house at 416 Southwest Ma rket Street. As noted above, the district consists of eight houses and their associated outbuildings and retains integrity in all of its composite qualities.

 

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