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National Register of Historic Places listings in Escambia County, Florida

Location of Escambia County in Florida

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Escambia County, Florida.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Escambia County, Florida, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 40 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 3 National Historic Landmarks. Another 3 properties were once listed but have been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 3, 2020. [2]
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Contents: Counties in Florida   (non-linked contain no National Register listings)
Alachua - Baker - Bay - Bradford - Brevard - Broward - Calhoun - Charlotte - Citrus - Clay - Collier - Columbia - DeSoto - Dixie - Duval - Escambia - Flagler - Franklin - Gadsden - Gilchrist - Glades - Gulf - Hamilton - Hardee - Hendry - Hernando - Highlands - Hillsborough (Tampa) - Holmes - Indian River - Jackson - Jefferson - Lafayette - Lake - Lee - Leon - Levy - Liberty - Madison - Manatee - Marion - Martin - Miami-Dade (Miami) - Monroe - Nassau - Okaloosa - Okeechobee - Orange - Osceola - Palm Beach - Pasco - Pinellas - Polk - Putnam - St. Johns - St. Lucie - Santa Rosa - Sarasota - Seminole - Sumter - Suwannee - Taylor - Union - Volusia - Wakulla - Walton - Washington

Current listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Alger-Sullivan Lumber Company Residential Historic District September 28, 1989

(#89001586)
Roughly bounded by Pinewood Avenue, Front Street, Jefferson Avenue, Church Street, and Mayo Street

30°58′07″N 87°15′26″W  /  30.968611°N 87.257222°W  / 30.968611; -87.257222  (Alger-Sullivan Lumber Company Residential Historic District)
Century
2 American National Bank Building November 17, 1978

(#78000940)
226 South Palafox Street

30°24′34″N 87°12′52″W  /  30.409444°N 87.214444°W  / 30.409444; -87.214444  (American National Bank Building)
Pensacola
3 Barrancas National Cemetery February 12, 1998

(#98000083)
80 Hovey Road

30°21′19″N 87°17′09″W  /  30.355278°N 87.285833°W  / 30.355278; -87.285833  (Barrancas National Cemetery)
Pensacola Part of the Civil War Era National Cemeteries MPS
4 Crystal Ice Company Building September 29, 1983

(#83001445)
2024 North Davis Street

30°26′05″N 87°12′46″W  /  30.434722°N 87.212778°W  / 30.434722; -87.212778  (Crystal Ice Company Building)
Pensacola
5 Clara Barkley Dorr House July 24, 1974

(#74000619)
311 South Adams Street

30°24′32″N 87°12′38″W  /  30.408889°N 87.210556°W  / 30.408889; -87.210556  (Clara Barkley Dorr House)
Pensacola
6 John Edmunds Apartment House September 29, 1983

(#83001444)
2007 East Gadsden Street

30°25′31″N 87°11′24″W  /  30.425278°N 87.19°W  / 30.425278; -87.19  (John Edmunds Apartment House)
Pensacola
7 Emanuel Point Shipwreck Site March 4, 1996

(#96000227)
Address Restricted

Pensacola
8 First Christian Church April 14, 1994

(#94000350)
619 East Gadsden Street, at the junction of 7th Avenue and Gadsden

30°25′17″N 87°12′33″W  /  30.421389°N 87.209167°W  / 30.421389; -87.209167  (First Christian Church)
Pensacola
9 Fort Barrancas Historical District October 15, 1966

(#66000263)
Naval Air Station Pensacola

30°21′05″N 87°17′53″W  /  30.351389°N 87.298056°W  / 30.351389; -87.298056  (Fort Barrancas Historical District)
Pensacola
10 Fort George Site July 8, 1974

(#74000620)
La Rua at Palafox Street

30°25′07″N 87°13′02″W  /  30.418611°N 87.217222°W  / 30.418611; -87.217222  (Fort George Site)
Pensacola
11 Fort Pickens May 31, 1972

(#72000096)
State Road 399 west of Pensacola Beach

30°19′20″N 87°16′36″W  /  30.322222°N 87.276667°W  / 30.322222; -87.276667  (Fort Pickens)
Pensacola Beach
12 Hickory Ridge Cemetery Archeological Site September 22, 2000

(#00001131)
Address Restricted

Pensacola
13 Hyer-Knowles Planing Mill Chimney May 24, 2012

(#12000299)
Junction of Scenic Bluffs Highway and Langley Ave.

30°28′50″N 87°09′45″W  /  30.48064°N 87.16251°W  / 30.48064; -87.16251  (Hyer-Knowles Planing Mill Chimney)
Pensacola
14 James House December 13, 2000

(#00001501)
1606 North Martin Luther King Boulevard

30°25′55″N 87°12′49″W  /  30.431944°N 87.213611°W  / 30.431944; -87.213611  (James House)
Pensacola
15 Charles William Jones House December 20, 1977

(#77000403)
302 North Barcelona Street

30°24′58″N 87°13′12″W  /  30.416111°N 87.22°W  / 30.416111; -87.22  (Charles William Jones House)
Pensacola
16 King-Hooton House August 23, 1991

(#91001090)
512-514 North 7th Avenue

30°25′13″N 87°12′31″W  /  30.420278°N 87.208611°W  / 30.420278; -87.208611  (King-Hooton House)
Pensacola
17 L & N Marine Terminal Building August 14, 1972

(#72000315)
Commendencia Street Wharf

30°24′28″N 87°12′41″W  /  30.407778°N 87.211389°W  / 30.407778; -87.211389  (L & N Marine Terminal Building)
Pensacola
18 Lavalle House March 11, 1971

(#71000237)
203 East Church Street

30°24′32″N 87°12′44″W  /  30.408889°N 87.212222°W  / 30.408889; -87.212222  (Lavalle House)
Pensacola
19 Louisville and Nashville Passenger Station and Express Building June 11, 1979

(#79000670)
239 North Alcaniz Street

30°25′02″N 87°12′36″W  /  30.417222°N 87.21°W  / 30.417222; -87.21  (Louisville and Nashville Passenger Station and Express Building)
Pensacola
20 Marzoni House May 10, 2016

(#16000245)
714 La Rua St.

30°25′13″N 87°12′29″W  /  30.420184°N 87.207966°W  / 30.420184; -87.207966  (Marzoni House)
Pensacola
21 Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church December 24, 2013

(#13000963)
528 West Jackson Street

30°25′05″N 87°13′28″W  /  30.418124°N 87.224557°W  / 30.418124; -87.224557  (Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church)
Pensacola
22 North Hill Preservation District May 9, 1983

(#83001422)
Roughly bounded by Blount, Palafox, Wright, Belmont, Reus, and DeVilliers Streets

30°25′14″N 87°13′14″W  /  30.420556°N 87.220556°W  / 30.420556; -87.220556  (North Hill Preservation District)
Pensacola
23 Old Christ Church May 3, 1974

(#74000621)
405 South Adams Street

30°24′33″N 87°12′38″W  /  30.409167°N 87.210556°W  / 30.409167; -87.210556  (Old Christ Church)
Pensacola
24 Palafox Historic District April 27, 2016

(#14001085)
Palafox St. between Main & Chase extending to Spring

30°24′37″N 87°12′53″W  /  30.4104°N 87.2147°W  / 30.4104; -87.2147  (Palafox Historic District)
Pensacola
25 Pensacola Harbor Defense Project May 15, 2017

(#100000992)
W. end of Santa Rosa Island

30°19′27″N 87°16′40″W  /  30.324119°N 87.277746°W  / 30.324119; -87.277746  (Pensacola Harbor Defense Project)
Pensacola
26 Pensacola Historic District September 29, 1970

(#70000184)
Address Unknown

30°24′38″N 87°12′36″W  /  30.410556°N 87.21°W  / 30.410556; -87.21  (Pensacola Historic District)
Pensacola
27 Pensacola Hospital February 16, 1982

(#82002373)
North 12th Avenue

30°25′34″N 87°12′10″W  /  30.426111°N 87.202778°W  / 30.426111; -87.202778  (Pensacola Hospital)
Pensacola
28 Pensacola Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters July 15, 1974

(#74000622)
Naval Air Station Pensacola

30°20′44″N 87°18′29″W  /  30.345556°N 87.308056°W  / 30.345556; -87.308056  (Pensacola Lighthouse and Keeper's Quarters)
Pensacola
29 Pensacola Naval Air Station Historic District December 8, 1976

(#76000595)
Naval Air Station Pensacola

30°20′47″N 87°16′09″W  /  30.346389°N 87.269167°W  / 30.346389; -87.269167  (Pensacola Naval Air Station Historic District)
Pensacola
30 Perdido Key Historic District March 10, 1980

(#80000404)
South of Warrington

30°19′32″N 87°19′34″W  /  30.325556°N 87.326111°W  / 30.325556; -87.326111  (Perdido Key Historic District)
Warrington
31 Plaza Ferdinand VII October 15, 1966

(#66000264)
Palafox Street between Government and Zaragossa Streets

30°24′33″N 87°12′50″W  /  30.409167°N 87.213889°W  / 30.409167; -87.213889  (Plaza Ferdinand VII)
Pensacola
32 Sacred Heart Catholic Church December 10, 2008

(#08001161)
716 North 9th Avenue

30°25′13″N 87°12′23″W  /  30.420278°N 87.206389°W  / 30.420278; -87.206389  (Sacred Heart Catholic Church)
Pensacola
33 Saenger Theatre July 19, 1976

(#76000596)
118 South Palafox Street

30°24′37″N 87°12′53″W  /  30.410278°N 87.214722°W  / 30.410278; -87.214722  (Saenger Theatre)
Pensacola
34 St. Joseph's Church Buildings July 10, 1979

(#79000671)
140 West Government Street

30°24′33″N 87°13′05″W  /  30.409167°N 87.218056°W  / 30.409167; -87.218056  (St. Joseph's Church Buildings)
Pensacola
35 St. Michael's Creole Benevolent Association Hall May 3, 1974

(#74000623)
416 East Government Street

30°24′37″N 87°12′33″W  /  30.410278°N 87.209167°W  / 30.410278; -87.209167  (St. Michael's Creole Benevolent Association Hall)
Pensacola
36 Thiesen Building December 13, 1979

(#79000672)
40 South Palafox Street

30°24′32″N 87°12′38″W  /  30.408889°N 87.210556°W  / 30.408889; -87.210556  (Thiesen Building)
Pensacola
37 United States Post Office and Court House July 11, 2014

(#14000389)
100 N. Palafox St.

30°24′52″N 87°12′56″W  /  30.414569°N 87.215631°W  / 30.414569; -87.215631  (United States Post Office and Court House)
Pensacola
38 US Customs House and Post Office July 22, 1997

(#97000659)
223 Palafox Place

30°24′34″N 87°12′54″W  /  30.409444°N 87.215°W  / 30.409444; -87.215  (US Customs House and Post Office)
Pensacola
39 USS MASSACHUSETTS-BB-2 (shipwreck) May 31, 2001

(#01000528)
1-mile (1.6 km) south-southwest of Pensacola Pass

30°17′45″N 87°18′45″W  /  30.295833°N 87.3125°W  / 30.295833; -87.3125  (USS MASSACHUSETTS-BB-2 (shipwreck))
Pensacola
40 P.K. Yonge House October 16, 2018

(#100003019)
1924 E Jackson St.

30°25′26″N 87°11′27″W  /  30.4239°N 87.1907°W  / 30.4239; -87.1907  (P.K. Yonge House)
Pensacola

Former listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 Buccaneer November 2, 1972

(#72000313)
February 17, 1988 Municipal Wharf

Pensacola Also known as the Virginia[6]
2 Pensacola Athletic Club April 16, 1975

(#75000552)
October 10, 1990 SW corner of Baylen and Belmont Sts.

Pensacola Also known as Rafford Hall. Destroyed by arsonist in 1990.[6]
3 San Carlos Hotel January 20, 1982

(#82002374)
February 4, 1994 1 N Palafox St.

Pensacola Demolished in 1993

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  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. 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 April 3, 2020.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, 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. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  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.
  6. ^ a b Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
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