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Anthony Public Carnegie Library

Picture of property 104 N Springfield
Anthony (Harper County)
Listed in National Register 1987-06-25

Architect: John Lawrence Mauran & Edwin Anderson
Category: library



Anthony Theater

Picture of property 220 W Main St
Anthony (Harper County)
Listed in National Register 1991-04-18

Architect: S. S. Voigt
Category: theater



Campbell, I. P., Building

Picture of property 116 W Main St
Harper (Harper County)
Listed in National Register 2006-07-12

Architect: Not listed
Category: vacant/not in use

Constructed in 1881, the I.P. Campbell building is a two-story sandstone commercial building. It is nominated for its architectural significance as a vernacular interpretation of the 19th century Gothic Revival style. The building was constructed using native red sandstone while the windows are trimmed with gray "Winfield" or "Magnesia" limestone as it was referred to by historic newspapers of the time.



First Congregational Church

Picture of property 202 N Bluff Avenue
Anthony (Harper County)
Listed in National Register 2014-06-27

Architect: Unknown
Category: religious facility

The First Congregational Church was completed in 1910 on a corner lot near downtown Anthony. It was the congregation's second house of worship, replacing an older wood church built in 1880. Reverend B. F. Buck came to the congregation in 1908 and led the worshippers through the process of erecting a new church. The church building committee visited churches in other communities for ideas and eventually settled on a tri-tower, Gothic Revival-style brick building featuring stained glass windows honoring Anthony's founders. The building's architect is not known. It was constructed during a prosperous period in Anthony that witnessed the formation of the Anthony Commercial Club, whose first president was Reverend Buck. It was nominated for its local significance in the area of architecture.



Harper County Courthouse

Picture of property 200 N Jennings
Anthony (Harper County)
Listed in National Register 1978-11-22

Architect: George P. Washburn
Category: courthouse



Harper Fountain

Picture of property Main St and Central Ave
Harper (Harper County)
Listed in State Register 2004-05-08

Architect: JL Mott Ironworks; New York
Category: monument/marker



Harper Standpipe

Picture of property Ash Street
Harper (Harper County)
Listed in National Register 2017-07-10

Architect: C.W. Hill; Shickle, Harrison, & Howard
Category: water works

The Harper Standpipe, started in 1886 and finished in 1887, is significant for its association with community planning and development and for its engineering method of construction. It is a unique example of a late 19th century standpipe with a base constructed of local materials and a standpipe constructed of riveted iron plates. The fish wind direction indicator on top still moves, and the standpipe is in current use as a part of the city water system.



Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

Picture of property 116 Ashman
Danville (Harper County)
Listed in State Register 1990-11-17

Architect: Not listed
Category: religious facility



Kiefer, Martha A., House

Picture of property 1310 Central
Harper (Harper County)
Listed in State Register 1990-11-17

Architect: Fred Stearman
Category: single dwelling



Old Runnymede Church

Picture of property NE of 11th and Pine
Harper (Harper County)
Listed in National Register 1973-02-06

Architect: Not listed
Category: religious facility



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