National Register of Historic Places Media Materials

The Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board will meet to consider the following proposed Ohio nominations to the National Register of Historic Places on March 28, 2014, in the third floor classroom at the Ohio History Center, 800 E. 17th Ave. (Exit 111 from I-71) in Columbus.

For more information, questions or to schedule interviews, please contact Tom Wolf at 614.298.2000 or twolf@ohiohistory.org

Nominations on the agenda for March 28, 2014. Click to download a PDF of each National Register of Historic Places nomination form.

Columbus / Franklin County: Zettler Grocery and Hardware

Butler
/ Hamilton County: High Street Commercial Block (Boundary Increase)

Akron / Summit County: Firestone Tire and Rubber Company

Cincinnati / Hamilton County: Over-the-Rhine Historic District (Boundary Increase)

Cincinnati / Hamilton County: Alameda Flats

Cincinnati / Hamilton County: The Ambassador

Cincinnati / Hamilton County: The Crescent

Cincinnati / Hamilton County: Poinciana Apartments

Cincinnati / Hamilton County: Somerset Apartments

Cleveland / Cuyahoga County: Northern Ohio Blanket Mills

Middletown / Butler County: Central Avenue Historic District

Youngstown / Mahoning County: Gallager Building

Morgans Raid in Kentucky, Illinois and Ohio, July 2-26th 1863 MPD

Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board
The 17-member Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board is appointed by the governor to advise the State Historic Preservation Officer and the Ohio History Connection Board of Trustees on historic preservation issues. The advisory board evaluates the significance of properties nominated to the National Register of Historic Places and makes recommendations to the State Historic Preservation Officer. The advisory board meets three times a year. The board includes a majority of professionals such as architects, historians, planners, architectural historians, archaeologists, and public members from around the state who have expertise in Ohio history, architecture, and archaeology. Board members demonstrate a knowledge of and interest in historic preservation.

You can view the nominations presented at the 2013 Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board meetings by choosing a link below.