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ⓘ Edina Double Square Historic District




Edina Double Square Historic District
                                     

ⓘ Edina Double Square Historic District

Edina Double Square Historic District is a national historic district located at Edina, Knox County, Missouri. The district encompasses 37 contributing buildings in the central business district of Edina. It developed between about 1865 and 1945 and includes representative examples of Italianate and Streamline Moderne style architecture. Notable contributing buildings include the Public Works Administration funded Knox County Courthouse designed by William B. Ittner, Bishoff Bakery, Northern Hotel, Ennis House/Northern Hotel, Edina School and Gymnasium, D. H. Mudd Building, Phillip Linville Building, Tobias J. Lycan Building, Jacob Pugh Building, Albert G. Bostick Building, Knox County Savings Bank, Thomas Burk Buildings, Bank of Edina Building, Joseph F. Biggerstaff Buildings, Stablein Building, and Knox County Public Library.

He was listed on the national register of historic places in 1999, with the increase of the border in 2002.

                                     
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