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Watertown Commercial Historic District
 
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By Cosmos Mariner, July 15, 2018
Commercial Historic District Marker (tall view)
SHOWN IN SOURCE-SPECIFIED ORDER
1South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Commercial Historic District
Watertown was platted by the Winona & St. Peter Railroad. The uptown district, consisting of six square blocks, was divided into narrow lots intended mostly for commercial use running parallel to the railroad tracks. Important noncommercial . . . Map (db m120097) HM
2South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Carnegie Free Public Library27 First Ave. S. E. — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built 1905-1906. Maurice Hockman Architect. Library left 1974.Map (db m141092) HM
3South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Codington County Courthouse
An example of Neo-classical architecture with Renaissance exterior elements, the Codington County Courthouse was built by Gray Construction under the direction of architects Freed and Perkins & McWayne. It cost $375,000.00 and was dedicated in June . . . Map (db m23930) HM
4South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Mercer Block11 East Kemp Avenue — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built after 1888 and before 1892. From 1892 to 1915 bank, U.S. Express Office, saloon, clothing store, and jewelry shop. 1940’s First Federal Savings & Loan.Map (db m154997) HM
5South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Wiser Block5 South Broadway — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built after 1898 and by 1910. Has housed Post Office, Sternberg Clothing House, Olson Lee Clothing, Luck Shoe Shop, and Skagg’s Grocery.Map (db m154998) HM
6South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — First National Bank1 South Broadway — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built 1916 by Majerus Construction Company. Later Medical Arts Building.Map (db m154999) HM
7South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Watertown Post Office20-28 South Broadway — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built 1908-1909, rear addition 1933 W.P.A. Project. Postal Service left building 1976.Map (db m155000) HM
8South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Retail Building10 East Kemp Avenue — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built in 1888. In 1919 Hestad Shoe Store. 1930’s Art Deco facade added for Harold Gray’s Camera Shop.Map (db m155052) HM
9South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Retail Building12 East Kemp Avenue — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built 1888. By 1919 Sugar Bowl Confectionary.Map (db m155059) HM
10South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — M.D. Alexander's Furniture Store3 South Maple — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built after 1898 and by 1910. Martinson’s Women’s Clothing.Map (db m155065) HM
11South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — McCarthy Building7 South Maple — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built after 1898 and by 1910. Theodore G. Lamm Hardware Store in 1919.Map (db m155068) HM
12South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Paris Store9-11 South Maple — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built after 1898 and before 1910. Women’s clothing store 1919.Map (db m155077) HM
13South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Schaller's Department Store19 South Maple — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built 1914. Maurice Hockman probably architect. Herbergers through 1970’s.Map (db m155085) HM
14South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Home Furniture Company17 South Maple — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built about 1906. Maurice Hockman probably architect.Map (db m155090) HM
15South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Commercial Building11 South Broadway — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built 1933. Watertown Publishing Company.Map (db m155095) HM
16South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Rosa Frey Millinery Shop15 South Broadway — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built 1910 by Gray Construction. Hat shop with owner living above store.Map (db m155097) HM
17South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — O. N. Whistler Meat Market17 South Broadway — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built 1910 by Gray Construction. Maurice Hockman, Architect.Map (db m155098) HM
18South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — McIntyre Block19-21 South Broadway — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built 1888 for Bill McIntyre. Facade added 1910 by architect Maurice Hockman. South half plumbing business since 1922. Redlinger Bros.Map (db m155099) HM
19South Dakota (Codington County), Watertown — Tarbell Block25 South Broadway — Watertown Commercial Historic District —
Built in 1911, Maurice Hockman probably architect. By 1915 Plattis Automobile Company showroom with four cars in stock.Map (db m155100) HM
 
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