Built 1962

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Allen-Bradley Clock Tower (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
A tower that holds what was once the largest four-faced clock in the world.
Arthur Milam House (St. Johns County, Florida)
Big Brutus (Cherokee County, Kansas)
Bucyrus-Erie Model 1850-B electric mining shovel. It was the second largest in the world when built in 1962.
Carderock Springs Historic District (Montgomery County, Maryland)
Centralia Pulp and Paper Mill (Wood County, Wisconsin)
Location of the first pulp & paper mill on the Wisconsin River
Chateau Bleu Motel (Cape May County, New Jersey)
Cowell Memorial Hospital (Alameda County, California)
Discovery of Gold Historic Marker (White County, Georgia)
Falcon Stadium (El Paso County, Colorado)
Highfield House (Baltimore, Maryland)
Kidd Brewer Stadium (Watauga County, North Carolina)
Lariat Bar-B-Q (Yakima County, Washington)
Drive Through restaurant with vintage neon signage built in 1962
Laura Ingalls Wilder (Pepin County, Wisconsin)
Historical Marker commemorating Laura Ingalls Wilder
McDonald's (Multnomah County, Oregon)
Original McDonald's architectural style restaurant built in 1962
Meadowbrook Country Club (Wake County, North Carolina)
Milo Academy Covered Bridge (Douglas County, Oregon)
Music Hall Theater (San Francisco County, California)
One Charles Center (Baltimore, Maryland)
Pine Bank Covered Bridge (Washington County, Pennsylvania)
Rachel Carson House (Montgomery County, Maryland)
Rice House (Richmond, Virginia)
Robert Wanslow House (Sebastian County, Arkansas)
Schwietermann Hall (Jasper County, Indiana)
Sedan Crater (Nye County, Nevada)
Silas Riggs House (Morris County, New Jersey)
Skyline Drive-In Theater (Mason County, Washington)
Space Needle (King County, Washington)
605' tall observation tower built in 1962
St. Luke AME Zion Church (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Watergate (Washington, District of Columbia)
Willows Covered Bridge (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania)
72' Burr Arch, World Guide # 38-36-43
WITI Fox6 Broadcast Tower (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Free-standing telsvision broadcast tower