Status: Demolished in 2000; delisted Nov. 9, 2007 Address: 1372 Latham Street, Memphis Built: 1909; additions in 1922-23, 1930, 1963 and 1970 Architectural Style: Jacobean Revival History: The school, designed by Jones and Furbringer, was an excellent local example of the Jacobean Revival style (photo above taken 1910-11). In OctoberContinue Reading

Status: Demolished; delisted Nov. 9, 2007 Address: 951 Chelsea Avenue, Memphis Built: 1915; additions in 1921, 1939, 1967 and 1971 Architectural Style: Beaux Arts History: This school was one of eight public schools designed by Jones and Furbringer between 1902 and 1915 (photo above taken 1914-15). Sixteen years later aContinue Reading

Status: Demolished in 2006; delisted Nov. 9, 2007 Address: 3200 Mount Olive Road, Memphis Built: 1936; additions in 1949 and 1952 Architectural Style: Art Deco History: The earliest school at this location in the historically Black community of Douglass was built with the aid of the Julius Rosenwald Fund inContinue Reading

Status: Demolished; delisted Nov. 9, 2007 Address: 1025 E.H. Crump Boulevard East, Memphis Built: 1921 with later additions Architectural Style: Beaux Arts History: A large home on Lamar Ave. (now E.H. Crump Blvd.) was purchased in 1914 by First Methodist Church to “be adapted to Hospital purposes.” Five years laterContinue Reading

Status: Demolished; delisted Mar. 27, 2013 Address: 2117 Union Avenue, Memphis Built: 1914-20, 1923, 1954 Architectural Style: Classical Revival Ecclesiastical History: Construction of the first portion of the Union Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church was begun in 1914, but due to World War I work was slowed until its completion inContinue Reading

Status: Demolished; delisted Jan. 17, 1985 Address: 784 Poplar Avenue, Memphis Built: 1874-75 Architectural Style: Victorian Italianate History: The house was constructed of brick in 1874-75 in the Victorian Italianate style, perhaps by owner of the land William Stephens, but the first long-term occupants were the Marcus Emmett Cochran family.Continue Reading

Status: Destroyed by fire; delisted Feb. 22, 2002 Address: 5992 Quince Road, Memphis Built: ca. 1929 Architectural Style: Adirondack Rustic Architecture History: Clarence Saunders built a rustic-appearing 7,000-square-foot, log-veneer house as the Adirondack-style centerpiece of his 300-acre country estate Annswood, east of Memphis between Quince Road and Park Avenue. ItContinue Reading

Status: Demolished; delisting date is uncertain, although the NR has it as Jan. 1, 1999. Address: 546 Beale Street, Memphis Built: ca. 1875-77 Architectural Style: Towered Italianate History: This house opposite Hunt-Phelan House, another National Register property, was built for Judge William Mortimer Randolph in ca. 1875-77; his son WassallContinue Reading

Status: Demolished; delisted Mar. 21, 2011 Location: Mid-South Fairgrounds, Memphis Built: 1923 Architectural Style: Classic early Twentieth Century wooden roller coaster History: The Pippin Roller Coaster or Zippin Pippin was constructed in 1923 by noted coaster builder John A. Miller under contract to Lynn Welcher, a well-known concessionaire of theContinue Reading

Status: Demolished; delisted Nov. 9, 2007 Location: 821 Beale Street (bounded by Beale Street on the north, Walnut and Dunlap Streets on the west and east, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue (formerly part of Linden Avenue) to the south, in Memphis Built: ca. 1897-1906 Architectural Style: Industrial vernacularContinue Reading