Inventory

 

                                                    


1. Minden Presbyterian Church, 1001 Broadway, Contributing Element. Large and elaborate 1923 brick Gothic Revival church with prominent side tower and half-timbering motifs in the front and side gables. Sympathetic additions to the side and rear read as separate buildings.
 

2. 1002 Broadway, Contributing Element. 1930s frame cottage with arched entrance porch under gable; fanlight over doorway.
 

3. 1101 Broadway, Non-contributing Element. One story brick ranch house.
 

4. 1100 Broadway, Contributing Element. 1920s frame bungalow with diamond pane windows.
Original columns and balustrade replaced with imitation wrought iron.
 

5. 1103 Broadway, Contributing Element. 1920s frame house with bungalow details.
 

6. 1102 Broadway, Contributing Element. 1920s one and a half story frame house with tripped roof
and tripped roof dormers.
 

7. St. John's Episcopal Church, 1107 Broadway, Non-contributing Element. Although this is a handsome historic-looking Gothic Revival church, it was built in 1950. Large L-shaped addition to the rear.
 

8. 1106 Broadway, Non-contributing Element. Two story brick house.
 

9. 1111 Broadway, Contributing Element. c.1880 two story frame house with elaborate Italianate
gallery and ornamentation crowning the front doors and windows on the first floor. Aluminum siding;
upper gallery posts replaced; Originally had brackets on second floor gallery.
 

10. 1108 Broadway, Contributing Element. c.1900 two story frame Queen Anne Revival house with
side polygonal bay and wraparound porch. Imitation wrought iron columns; windows replaced.
 

11. 1113 Broadway, Contributing Element. c.1925 two story Colonial Revival house with one story
pedimented porch and denticular cornice.
 

12. 1110 Broadway, Contributing Element. c.1850 two story frame Greek Revival house with narrow two story pedimented portico; gable end returns on the sides; wide doorways upstairs and down with multi-pane transoms and sidelights.
 

13. 1114 Broadway, Contributing Element. 1920s two and a half story brick Colonial Revival house
with three bay one story porch, modillion cornice, elaborate fanlight, and Palladian style dormer.
 

14. 109 Kirby, Contributing Element. 1920s one story frame house with bungalow style porch posts;
vinyl sided.
 

15. 111 Kirby, Contributing Element. c.1900 one story double shotgun with Eastlake columns and scrollsawn ornamentation in gable peak; vinyl sided.
 

16. 112 Kirby, Non-contributing Element. 1940s simple one story frame cottage that is probably not
fifty years old.
 

17. 110 Kirby, Non-contributing Element. One story frame house that is not fifty years old.
 

18. 106 Kirby, Contributing Element. 1930s one story frame cottage with two front gables; arched
entrance porch; prominent side chimney.
 

19. 1201 Broadway, Non-contributing Element. Badly altered two story frame historic building.
 

20. 1200 Broadway, Non-contributing Element. Modern one story brick ranch house.
 

21. 1203 Broadway, Non-contributing Element. Two story speckled brick "colonial" house. Appears to be an older house that was completely remodeled.
 

22. 1202 Broadway, Contributing Element. Drake House, National Register. c.1905 Colonial Revival two story house with colossal Tuscan pedimented portico featuring a large Roman-looking lunette; single story wraparound Tuscan gallery; aluminum siding.
 

23. 1205 Broadway, Contributing Element. c.1900 simple one and a half story Queen Anne Revival
cottage; square post gallery; aluminum or vinyl siding.
 

24. 1300 Broadway, Contributing Element. 1920s large one and a half story frame house with Craftsman influence. Massive overhanging pitched roof with prominent pent dormer with balcony. Rock faced cast concrete blocks accent the front gallery. Prominent exposed rafter ends.
 

25. 1301 Broadway, Contributing Element. 1920s frame cottage with forward facing gable and
rock-faced concrete block porch posts.
 

26. 1302 Broadway, Contributing Element. 1930s plain frame cottage.
 

27. 1304 Broadway, Contributing Element. 1930s brick "English" cottage with steeply pitched gables and prominent front chimney.
 

28. 1306 Broadway, Contributing Element. c.1930 one and a half story frame Colonial Revival cottage with arched portico and broken pediment doorway.
 

29. 101 Homer Road, Contributing Element. c.1910 large two and a half story frame Colonial Revival house with colossal Ionic portico and a broad one story Ionic veranda.
 

30. Elm Street, Non-contributing Element. Simple asbestos sided cottage-probably not fifty years old.
 

31. 618 Elm Street, Non-contributing Element. 1950s "colonial" brick ranch house.
 

32. Elm Street, Contributing Element. c.1900 one and a half story frame Queen Anne Revival cottage with two front facing imbricated shingle gables and Eastlake gallery.
 

33. 625 Elm Street, Contributing Element. c.1925 two story frame house built along bungalow lines with porte-cochere, prominent overhangs and brackets.
 

34. 619 Elm Street, Contributing Element. c.1915 frame galleried cottage with front facing gable; porch columns and balustrade replaced with imitation wrought iron.
 

35. 617 Elm Street, Contributing Element. 1920s brick bungalow.
 

36. 613 Elm Street, Contributing Element. 1920s one and a half story cottage with prominent pent dormer and tapered porch posts.
 

37. 521 East/West, Contributing Element. National Register, 1920s. Two story stucco Spanish Colonial Revival house with red tile roof. Now the Webster Parish Library.
 

38. 515 East/West, Non-contributing Element. Modern brick ranch house.
 

39. 510 East/West, Contributing Element. c.1910 Colonial Revival cottage with Doric gallery and gables front.
 

40. 507 East/West, Contributing Element. 1930s one and a half story frame "English" cottage with steep gable and prominent front chimney.
 

41. 508 East/West, Contributing Element. 1920s frame bungalow.
 

42. 503 East/West, Contributing Element. c.1900 one and a half story Queen Anne/Colonial Revival frame house with polygonal bay and pedimented entrance pavilion.
 

43. 506 East/West, Non-contributing Element. Modern brick ranch house.
 

44. 501 East/West, Contributing Element. 1930s two story brick house with arched windows and doors on the ground level; prominent front chimney.
 

45. 504 East/West, Contributing Element. 1920s frame bungalow. Front porch enclosed.
 

46. 419 East/West, Contributing Element. c.1915 frame story and a half cottage with Colonial Revival columns and hip dormer.
 

47. 500 East/West, Contributing Element. 1920s frame bungalow; porch columns replaced with imitation wrought iron.
 

48. 415 East/West, Contributing Element. 1920s frame and brick bungalow.
 

49. 416 East/West, Contributing Element. 1920s frame bungalow.
 

50. 413 East/West, Contributing Element. c.1850 two story frame house, center hall plan, one room
deep, in the local Greek Revival style. Single story front gallery replaced.
 

51. 410 East/West, Contributing Element. 1930s frame cottage with prominent front gables and fanlight over doorway; aluminum or vinyl siding.
 

52. 411 East,/West, Contributing Element. c.1930 two and a half story frame Georgian Revival house with Palladian motif entrance and handsome arched dormers.
 

53. 408 East/West, Non-contributing Element. 1950s story and a half brick "colonial" house.
 

54. 409 East/West, Contributing Element. 1920s frame bungalow.
 

55. 328 Lewisville, Contributing Element. McDonald House, National Register. c.1900. Two and a half story frame Queen Anne/Colonial Revival residence with prominent corner turret, two story entrance porch and sweeping veranda which follows the curve of the turret. Partially vinyl sided.
 

56. 401 East/West, Contributing Element. 1920s one story cottage with bungalow style porch posts; front porch partially enclosed.
 

57. 610 Lewisville Road, Contributing Element. 1850s two story frame Greek Revival house with narrow two story pedimented portico.
 

58. 614 Lewisville Road, Contributing Element. c.1900 frame Queen Anne/Colonial Revival one story house with turret-like projection on the gallery.
 

59. 315 East/West, Contributing Element. 1920s frame bungalow.
 

60. 311 East/West, Contributing Element. 1920s two story frame house built along bungalow lines.
 

61. 508 Fort, Contributing Element. 1920s two and a half story frame house. Originally a Federal-Greek Revival house; remodeled in the 1920s with a Mount Vernon style portico and prominent dormers. Retains impressive original interior woodwork.
 

62. 612 Fort, Non-contributing Element. Plain two story frame residence.
 

63. 515 Fort, Contributing Element. c.1910 one story frame Queen Anne cottage; gallery enclosed by moving wall forward c.1930.
 

64. 509 Fort, Contributing Element. 1920s two story frame house built along bungalow lines; porte-cochere.
 

65. 507 Fort, Contributing Element. c.1900 one story frame Queen Anne cottage with polygonal bay, Eastlake gallery and imbricated shingle gable.
 

66. 505 Fort, Contributing Element. 1920s one story frame house with massive segmental arch gable and coupled Colonial Revival columns.
 

67. 501 Fort, Contributing Element. c.1915 two story boxy plain frame house; one story gallery with tapered posts wraps around the side.
 

68. 318 Lewisville, Contributing Element. 1930s two story plain frame house.
 

69. 310 Lewisville, Contributing Element. 1930s one story frame cottage with bungalow type windows and one bay gabled porch.
 

70. 304 Lewisville, Non-contributing Element. Plain one story frame galleried house.
 

71. Lewisville Road, Contributing Element. 1920s frame bungalow.

 

Historical Minden High School

 

Inventory of Minden Historical Residential District

 

Founding of Minden

 

Founding our Town Government
Minden's Original Charter and Amendments