Wisconsin National Historic Landmarks

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Wisconsin National Historic Landmarks

Displaying 1 to 39 of 39 records
Formal Name City Type
Administration Building and Research Tower, S.C. Johnson Company Racine Building
Astor Fur Warehouse Prairie du Chien Building
Aztalan Lake Mills Site
Bradley, Harold C., House Madison Building
Brisbois House Prairie du Chien Building
COBIA, USS (Submarine) Manitowoc Structure
Day, Dr. Fisk Holbrook, House Wauwatosa Building
Dousman Hotel Prairie du Chien Building
Farmers' and Merchants' Union Bank Columbia Building
First Unitarian Society Meetinghouse Shorewood Hills Building
Fountain Lake Farm (Wisconsin Farm Home of John Muir) Montello Site
Fourth Street (Meir) School Milwaukee Building
Garland, Hamlin, House West Salem Building
Greene, Thomas A., Memorial Museum Milwaukee Building
Jacobs, Herbert and Katherine, First House Madison Building
Jacobs, Herbert and Katherine, Second House Middleton Building
Johnson, Herbert, House Racine Building
Lafollette, Robert M.),Home Maple Bluff Building
Little White Schoolhouse Ripon Building
Milton House Milton Building
Milwaukee City Hall Milwaukee Building
Namur Historic District Namur District
North Hall, University of Wisconsin Madison Building
Oconto Site Oconto Site
Pabst Theater Milwaukee Building
Ringling Brothers Circus Winter Quarters Baraboo District
Schoonmaker Reef Wauwatosa Site
Second Fort Crawford Military Hospital Prairie du Chien Site
Silver Mound Archeological District Hixton and Alma Center Vincity Site
Soldiers' Home Reef Milwaukee Site
Taliesin East Spring Green District
Ten Chimneys Genesee Building
Turner Hall Milwaukee Building
University of Wisconsin Armory & Gymnasium Madison Building
University of Wisconsin Dairy Barn Madison Building
University of Wisconsin Science Hall Madison Building
Van Hise Rock Rock Springs Object
Villa Louis Prairie du Chien Site
Wisconsin State Capitol Madison Building
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Primary Data Source: National Park Service's National Historic Landmarks Program.