National Register Individual Properties

National Register Forms for individual resources are generally substantively similar to state documentation forms, however the ultimate repository for these products is at National Park Services’ offices in Washington, D.C.  Legally, the effect of listing on the National Register of Historic Places and determinations of eligibility for the National Register by the state SHPO is the same.T he following are illustrative examples of these forms.


Wakefield Town Hall

The Wakefield Town Hall and Opera House, a large brick Romanesque-styled building, was constructed in 1895 to serve as the primary civic and cultural meeting place for the town of Wakefield, New Hampshire. The Wakefield Town Hall and Opera House was determined eligible under Criterion A for significance in Politics/Government for the period 1895 to 1957 and for its Architecture under Criterion C for the year 1895.


Plummer Homestead, Milton

This National Register of Historic Places nomination was completed in 2002 for theNew HampshireFarmMuseum, owner of the adjacent Plummer and Jones homesteads.  


Jenness Farm, Rochester

The Jenness Farm on Pickering Road in Rochester was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.