Eau Claire, Wisconsin

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A. L. Kenyon House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Adin Randall House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
White frame house that belonged to one of Eau Claire's founding fathers
Anderson, Brady and Waldermar Ager House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Cameron-Drummond-Slagsvold Building (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Romanesque Revival Commercial Building
Carson Park Baseball Stadium (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
May be the oldest WPA baseball stadium in continuous use
Christ Church Cathedral and Parish House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Late Gothic Revival Cathedral
Christine Eichert House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
City Hall (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Clarence Chamberlin House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Cobblestone House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
A fine example of cobblestone construction
Community House, First Congregational Church (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Confluence Commercial Historic District (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
David Drummond House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Dr. Nels Werner House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Georgian Revival Style house
Drummond Business Block (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Eau Claire High School (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Former high school now serving as the district administration building
Eau Claire Masonic Temple (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Former Masonic Hall now serving retail and other purposes
Eau Claire Public Library (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Beaux Arts Carnegie Library converted to city hall offices in 1978
Emery Street Bungalow District (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
A neighborhood a bungalows of varying styles
First Methodist Episcopal Church (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
1 of 5 Neo-Gothic Revival buildings built in Eau Claire between 1911 and 1920
George F. Winslow House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Gilbert Gikling House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
James Barber House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
James Stephen and Borland Hoover Elizabeth, Memorial Chapel (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Cemetery Chapel
Jane E. Putnam Memorial Chapel (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Chapel part of Forest Hill Cemetery
John Johnson Saloon (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
"Boomtown" style building constructed after the 1882 Water Street Fire
John S. Owen House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Mansion converted to apartments in 1948
Kaiser Lumber Company Office (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Kline's Department Store (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
A (demolished) fine example of Commercial Period Gothic architecture from the 1920's
Levi Merrill House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Fourth oldest house in Eau Claire
Martin Van Buren Barron House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
The third oldest house in Eau Claire
Oatman Filling Station (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
House style filling station, popular in the 1930, operated until 1996
Orlando Brice House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Stately Georgian Revival residence
Ottawa House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Early "Boomtown" style commercial building
Owen Park Bandshell (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
The name says it all
Pioneer Block (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Randall Park Historic District (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Predominantly late nineteenth century neighborhood of churches and homes of Queen Anne, Colonial Revival and Bungalow designs
Roy Wilcox House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Another fine example of Georgian Revival design in the neighborhood
Sacred Heart Church (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Distinctive Catholic Church on a bluff overlooking Eau Claire
Saint Edward's Chapel (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Chapel that was initiated in 1889 but converted to a private residence in the 1920s
Schofield Hall (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Second Ward School (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Former school repurposed as an apartment building
St. Joseph's Chapel (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Gothic Revival chapel on the grounds of Sacred Heart Cemetery
St. Patrick's Church (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Romanesque/Gothic design brick structure and the oldest church building in Eau Claire
Steven House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Temple of Free Masonry (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Third Ward Historic District (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Union Auto Company (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
20th Century Commercial Architecture, Building used in auto business until 1977
Union National Bank (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Limestone bank building from the Art Deco era and style
US Post Office and Courthouse (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Classical Revival style United States Post Office and Courthouse
Walter-Heins House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
Water Street Historic District (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
William and Tilla Schwahn House (Eau Claire County, Wisconsin)
A fine example of Georgian Revival design