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Author Decrease, Jboundarv ♦ Mileddeputy, A. ♦ Sorines, Sweet ♦ Missouri, Sallne Countv
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Architectural Resource ♦ State Historic ♦ Mo County ♦ Saline Countv ♦ West Lexington Avenue ♦ Spring Street ♦ Noncontributing Building ♦ Late Summer ♦ West Lexington ♦ South Miller Street ♦ Adverse Structural Assessment ♦ Northern Portion ♦ Marshall Street ♦ Community Development Block ♦ Multiple Listing Summary
Abstract Name of multiple listing Summary: The Sweet Springs Historic District boundary decrease consists of the northern portion of the district, along West Lexington Avenue and bounded on the west by Spring Street, on the east by South Miller Street, and the south by Marshall Street. This part of the district originally included eight contributing buildings and four noncontributing buildings. In the late summer of 2002, three contributing buildings (201,203, and 205 West Lexington) partially collapsed. Following an adverse structural assessment, an additional three buildings (counted as four under the provisions of the grant) were demolished under a Community Development Block
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study