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Property Name Uptown Cuba Historic District
Reference Number 13000072
State Missouri
County Crawford
Town Cuba
Street Address Portions of W. Main Avenue, N. and S. Smith Streets, S. Hickory St., and W. Washington Blvd., Cuba, MO
Multiple Property Submission Name Cuba, Missouri MPS
Status Listed 03/13/2013
Areas of Significance COMMERCE, ARCHITEC TURE
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The Uptown Cuba Historic District is locally significant under National Register Criterion A for its association with the patterns of commerce in this southeastern Missouri community between c. 1880 and the early 1960s and also under Criterion C for architecture since it contains representative examples of architectural styles and vernacular property types reflective of the same period. The district is associated with four of the five historic contexts set forth in the aforementioned Multiple Property Documentation Form Historic and Architectural Resources of the City of Cuba, Missouri.


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