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Cameron Downtown

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Architect  Hamilton, Carl
Area  5 ha
Added to NRHP  4 December 1998
NRHP Reference #  98001473
Year built  1895
Cameron Downtown
Location  Roughly Bounded by Church St., Waynesburg Ave., Main St., and Park St., Cameron, West Virginia
Architectural style  Classical Revival, Colonial Revival

Cameron Downtown Historic District is a national historic district located at Cameron, Marshall County, West Virginia. It encompasses 27 contributing buildings in the commercial core developed after a severe fire in 1895 which destroyed much of the downtown area. They are large 2-4 story brick buildings reflecting the Classical Revival and Colonial Revival styles. Notable buildings include the Masonic Lodge 17 (c. 1900), Romine Building/Moose Lodge 758 (c. 1900), First Presbyterian Church (1907), First United Methodist Church (1894), Hotel Main (c. 1896-1897), Finlayson's 5 & 10/ Senior Citizens Building (c. 1896), Flatiron Building (1896), First Christian Church of Cameron (1896), and Old B&O Freight Station (1878).

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.


Cameron Downtown Wikipedia

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