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Marion County Courthouse

Picture of property southeast corner, Third and Williams
Marion (Marion County)
Listed in National Register 1976-05-28

Architect: James Holland & Frank Squires
Category: courthouse



Marion County Park and Lake

Picture of property 1.0 mi W of US 256 and US 77, 2 mi S on Upland Rd
Marion (Marion County)
Listed in National Register 2002-06-06

Architect: Not listed
Category: natural feature; park



Marion County Poor Farm

Picture of property 1649 Old Mill Rd.
Marion vicinity (Marion County)
Listed in State Register 2017-11-18

Architect: Unknown
Category: institutional housing

Marion County purchased 160 acres of land for its poor farm in 1887 from settler William Glover. Between 1889 and 1890, a large two-story stone building was erected to house the county’s indigent. During its peak years at the turn of the century, the poor farm was self-sustaining through the work done on the property by its inmates. The poor farm continued to house the county’s most vulnerable citizens until 1964 when it was converted into a rest home. The 2.72 acres remaining of the original farm are significant for their association with the social history of Marion County between 1890 and 1964.



Meehan, P. H., House (Vogt House)

Picture of property Address restricted
Tampa (Marion County)
Listed in National Register 2008-11-28

Architect: Kelso, Mann & Gerow, Hutchinson
Category: single dwelling

Designed by Kelso, Mann and Gerow Architects of Hutchinson, the P. H. Meehan House was built in 1910. The building was nominated as an excellent example of the American Foursquare style, which is a common domestic adaptation of the Prairie style that was popular between 1900 and 1925. The two-story house features a low-pitched hipped roof with four hipped dormers. As is typical with Foursquares, the house features a narrow wood siding, double-hung windows and Craftsman-influenced stained glass windows.



Morgan, W.H., House

Picture of property 212 North Walnut
Peabody (Marion County)
Listed in National Register 1996-01-22

Architect: Not listed
Category: single dwelling



Old Peabody Library

Picture of property southeast corner of Walnut and Division
Peabody (Marion County)
Listed in National Register 1973-07-02

Architect: Not listed
Category: library



Peabody City Park

Picture of property W 2nd Street & Locust Street
Peabody (Marion County)
Listed in National Register 2012-01-20

Architect: Stewart, Aaron K.
Category: outdoor recreation

The 23-acre Peabody City Park has a long and colorful history that began in the 1870s with its use as a fairground owned by the Marion County Agricultural Society and its later use as a community park. This property on the west edge of town has hosted all kinds of community events including county fairs, a statewide fair in 1885, numerous chautauquas in the early 1900s, and sporting events. Old issues of the Peabody Gazette provide much of the history of the property's development and reveal the names of those hired to erect buildings and plant trees, such as builder A. K. Steward and landscape gardener E. W. Stephens. New Deal-era labor enhanced the park in the 1930s with the construction of picnic facilities and athletic field bleachers. Today, the park is a layered landscape that retains components of its development from fairground to New Deal-era park to a modern city park including a late 19th century horse racetrack, octagonal floral exhibition hall, stone entranceway, athletic field with stone bleachers, picnic tables and stoves, and plantings. The park is nominated for its local significance in the areas of recreation, entertainment, and architecture.



Peabody Downtown Historic District

Picture of property Along Walnut Street between Division and First Streets
Peabody (Marion County)
Listed in National Register 1998-05-29

Architect: Charles Squires, Boller Brothers, A. A. Crowell
Category: commercial district



Peabody Township Carnegie Library

Picture of property 214 Walnut
Peabody (Marion County)
Listed in National Register 1987-06-25

Architect: Not listed
Category: library



Pioneer Adobe House

Picture of property US56 and South Ash Street
Hillsboro (Marion County)
Listed in National Register 1973-03-30

Architect: Not listed
Category: single dwelling



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