Friends of Muscatine Historic Preservation
Citation URL: The permanent address of this page is http://muscatinepreservation.org/.

 

 

STATEWIDE PRESERVATION WORKSHOP
August 5-6 in Muscatine
“Historic Preservation: Turning Clamshells into Pearl Buttons”
Schedule and registration info at http://www.preservationiowa.org/news/newsItem.php?id=165.

 

Friends of Historic Preservation

Muscatine, Iowa USA

 

We meet at 7:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month in the Walnut Room of First National Bank (enter at E. 2nd & Walnut corner). All are welcome. Membership: Annual dues $20. Click HERE to download brochure--includes membership form. Send e-mail to Michael Maharry, President.    

 

PRESERVATION CONCERNS
historic jail

 

WORK IN PROGRESS
1402 Mulberry Avenue - The Henry Jayne House was acquired by the Muscatine Art Center and had to be moved. Click HERE to see photos and links to articles, etc. Also listed on the national "This Place Matters" site. Latest Muscatine Journal article: "Historic home: Move, sell or demolish." Click HERE for achitectural conservator's report.

PRESERVED & RESTORED
203 W. 3rd Street - The Alexander G. Clark House was built in 1878 by Muscatine's famed "Colored Orator of the West" who was named U.S. minister to Liberia by President Benjamin Harrison. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been recommended for nomination as a National Historic Landmark.
417 W. 3rd Street - Maharry project (once the home of Col. Fred Welker, a Civil War soldier for whom a local veterans' organization was named). Historic Oscar Grossheim photo (1909). Click HERE for more photos.
108 W. 5th Street - Reischauer residence

LINKS
FHP Iowa City
MAGIC property search
Muscatine Art Center
Muscatine City Code

Muscatine County Genealogy
Muscatine History and Industry Center
Musser Public Library
National Register of Historic Places
State Historical Society of Iowa
Rock Island Preservation Society

JOIN US ON FACEBOOK
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LOCAL PROPERTIES LISTED ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER
Click HERE for online listing.

CITY OF MUSCATINE

Historic Preservation Commission

The seven-member commission was created in 2000 by ordinance and is appointed by the mayor and council. HPC meets at 5:15 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month, usually in the lower level conference room at City Hall. The meetings are open, and all are welcome. Contact the commission via city staff liaison Jim Rudisill at City Hall (563-264-1550).

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© Daniel G. Clark, 2008-2011

Updated June 2, 2011