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National Register of Historic Places listings in Hampden County, Massachusetts


National Register of Historic Places listings in Hampden County, Massachusetts

Location of Hampden County in Massachusetts

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Hampden County, Massachusetts.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States, less and excepting those within the city of Springfield.

For the 86 properties and districts including 1 National Historic Landmark in Springfield, see National Register of Historic Places listings in Springfield, Massachusetts.

There are 69 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county excluding those in Springfield.

Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a Google map.[1]

Contents: Counties in Massachusetts
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted October 30, 2015.[2]

Current listings

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Academy Historic District
Academy Historic District
April 20, 1979
Mountain Rd., Main and Faculty Sts.
2 Agawam Center Historic District
Agawam Center Historic District
June 21, 2001
24-196 Elm St.; 551-1008 Main St.
3 Al's Diner
Al's Diner
December 14, 2000
14 Yelle St.
Chicopee part of the Diners of Massachusetts Multiple Property Submission (MPS)
4 Ames Manufacturing Company
Ames Manufacturing Company
June 23, 1983
5-7 Springfield St.
5 Edward Bellamy House
Edward Bellamy House
November 11, 1971
91-93 Church St.
6 Brimfield Center Historic District
Brimfield Center Historic District
June 22, 2006
Main St., Brookfled, Wales, Sturbridge and Warren Rds.
7 Thornton W. Burgess House
Thornton W. Burgess House
April 21, 1983
789 Main St.
8 Elijah Burt House
Elijah Burt House
April 26, 1976
201 Chestnut St.
East Longmeadow
9 Cabotville Common Historic District
Cabotville Common Historic District
May 28, 1999
School, Chestnut, Park and West Sts.
10 Caledonia Building
Caledonia Building
July 3, 1979
185-193 High St.
11 Carreau Block
Carreau Block
August 6, 1998
640-642 Chicopee St.
12 Chester Center Historic District
Chester Center Historic District
February 25, 1988
Skyline Trail at intersection of Bromley and Lyman Rds.
13 Chester Factory Village Historic District
Chester Factory Village Historic District
March 16, 1989
Roughly bounded by Middlefield Rd., River, Main, and Maple Sts., US 20, and Williams St.
14 City Hall
City Hall
July 30, 1974
Market Sq.
15 Josiah Day House
Josiah Day House
April 16, 1975
70 Park St.
West Springfield
16 Joseph Dewey House
Joseph Dewey House
July 27, 2001
87 S. Maple St.
17 Dwight Manufacturing Company Housing District
Dwight Manufacturing Company Housing District
June 3, 1977
Front, Depot, Dwight, Exchange, Chestnut Sts.
18 First Congregational Church of Blandford
First Congregational Church of Blandford
October 24, 1985
North St.
19 First Congregational Church of East Longmeadow
First Congregational Church of East Longmeadow
January 3, 1978
7 Somers Rd.
East Longmeadow
20 Friedrich Block
Friedrich Block
December 5, 2002
449-461 Main St.
21 Granville Center Historic District
Granville Center Historic District
November 5, 1991
Main Rd.
22 Granville Village Historic District
Granville Village Historic District
November 5, 1991
Roughly, area around the junction of Maple St. and Main and Granby Rds., including part of Water St.
23 Hadley Falls Company Housing District
Hadley Falls Company Housing District
November 9, 1972
Center, N. Canal, Grover, and Lyman Sts.
24 Hampden Park Historic District
Hampden Park Historic District
September 10, 2012
Roughly bounded by Hampden, Chestnut, Maple, & Dwight Sts.
25 Holyoke Canal System
Holyoke Canal System
December 3, 1980
Front and South Sts. and the Connecticut River
26 Holyoke City Hall
Holyoke City Hall
December 6, 1975
536 Dwight St.
27 Laflin-Phelps Homestead
Laflin-Phelps Homestead
December 6, 2005
20 Depot St.
28 Landlord Fowler Tavern
Landlord Fowler Tavern
August 11, 1982
171 Main St.
29 Capt. Charles Leonard House
Capt. Charles Leonard House
March 10, 1975
663 Main St.
30 Longmeadow Historic District
Longmeadow Historic District
November 12, 1982
Roughly Longmeadow St. from Birdie Rd. to Wheelmeadow Brook
31 Longmeadow Street-North Historic District
Longmeadow Street-North Historic District
October 28, 1994
Bounded by Longmeadow St., Springfield Town Line, Westmoreland Ave. and Colley Dr.
32 Ludlow Center Historic District
Ludlow Center Historic District
October 21, 1988
Along Center, Church and Booth Sts.
33 Ludlow Village Historic District
Ludlow Village Historic District
February 22, 1993
Roughly bounded by Winsor, Sewall and State Sts. and the Chicopee River, and crossing the Chicopee, above Red Bridge Rd.
34 Maplewood Hotel
Maplewood Hotel
November 10, 1983
328-330 Maple St.
35 Mechanic Street Cemetery
Mechanic Street Cemetery
June 26, 2002
Mechanic St.
36 Memorial Town Hall
Memorial Town Hall
May 17, 1984
Main St.
37 Middlefield-Becket Stone Arch Railroad Bridge District
Middlefield-Becket Stone Arch Railroad Bridge District
April 11, 1980
Middlefield vicinity
Chester Extends into Middlefield and Becket.
38 Monson Center Historic District
Monson Center Historic District
May 6, 1991
Main and Cushman Streets
39 Monson Developmental Center
Monson Developmental Center
January 21, 1994
200 State Ave.
40 William Norcross House
William Norcross House
March 29, 1984
14 Cushman St.
41 North Chester Historic District
North Chester Historic District
December 6, 1996
Roughly bounded by E. River, Smith, and N. Chester Rds.
42 North High Street Historic District
North High Street Historic District
June 26, 1986
High St. between Dwight and Lyman Sts.
• Boundary increase (listed December 24, 1992, refnum 92001725): 233--411 High St.
• Boundary increase II (listed September 12, 2008, refnum 08000897): 580 Dwight St., 230, 234 and 236 Maple St.

43 Octagon House
Octagon House
April 1, 1982
28 King St.
44 Our Mother of Sorrows Monastery and Retreat Center
Our Mother of Sorrows Monastery and Retreat Center
August 30, 2002
110 Monastery Ave.
West Springfield Now a senior housing facility.
45 Thomas D. Page House
Thomas D. Page House
October 25, 1988
105 East St.
46 Palmer Memorial Hall
Palmer Memorial Hall
September 3, 1999
1029 Central St.
47 Polish National Home
Polish National Home
November 14, 1980
136-144 Cabot St.
48 Prospect Hill School
Prospect Hill School
November 19, 2008
33 Montgomery St.
49 Prospect Park
Prospect Park
September 10, 2004
Maple St., Arbor Way, and the Connecticut River
Holyoke Now called Pulaski Park
50 Purchase-Ferre House
Purchase-Ferre House
November 29, 1990
1289 Main St.
51 Clovis Robert Block
Clovis Robert Block
December 5, 2002
338-348 Main St.
52 Russell Center Historic District
Russell Center Historic District
December 27, 1996
Junction of Main and Lincoln Ave.
53 Sanford Whip Factory
Sanford Whip Factory
December 10, 2008
330 Elm St.
54 School Street Barn
School Street Barn
September 10, 2012
551 School St.
55 Thomas and Esther Smith House
Thomas and Esther Smith House
June 2, 2005
251 North West St.
56 Springfield Street Historic District
Springfield Street Historic District
January 25, 1991
Roughly bounded by Springfield St., Gaylord St. and Fairview Ave.
57 State Normal Training School
State Normal Training School
July 7, 1983
Washington St.
58 Swetland-Pease House
Swetland-Pease House
April 9, 1980
Southeast of East Longmeadow at 191 Pease Rd.
East Longmeadow
59 Union Station
Union Station
June 9, 1988
Depot St.
60 United States Whip Company Complex
United States Whip Company Complex
November 29, 1983
24 Main St.
61 US Post Office-Holyoke Main
US Post Office-Holyoke Main
January 21, 1986
650 Dwight St.
62 US Post Office-Palmer Main
US Post Office-Palmer Main
December 12, 1985
Park and Central Sts.
63 Valentine School
Valentine School
September 16, 1983
Grape and Elm Sts.
64 H. M. Van Deusen Whip Company
H. M. Van Deusen Whip Company
February 18, 1987
42 Arnold St.
65 West Granville Historic District
West Granville Historic District
November 5, 1991
Roughly, Main Rd. from west of Beach Hill Rd. to South Ln. No. 2
66 Westfield Center Historic District
Westfield Center Historic District
June 25, 2013
0-362 Elm Street, 2-86 Broad Street, 0-83 Court Street, 2-24 Main Street, 0-71 North Elm Street, Chestnut Street on the west, West Silver Street on the South , Union Street on the north
Westfield Expansion and rename of Westfield Center Commercial Historic District (#08000506)
67 Westfield Municipal Building
Westfield Municipal Building
March 8, 1978
59 Court St.
Westfield 430 buildings, 39 sites, 14 structures, and 19 objects.
68 Westfield Whip Manufacturing Company
Westfield Whip Manufacturing Company
October 17, 1985
360 Elm St.
69 Wistariahurst
April 23, 1973
238 Cabot St.

See also


  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on October 30, 2015.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined , differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places.  
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
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