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Site List for:  Louden Machinery Company in Fairfield, Iowa

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Related to the Louden Machinery Company --  Louden Logo

On the National Register of Historic Places -- NRHP Logo

Section One:  Louden History & Products

Home Page of the Louden Machinery Company Tour.

Louden Logo NRHP Logo Broadway Building, former Louden offices and plant.

Louden Logo Louden Bridge, Loop Trail bridge over BNSF.

Louden Logo NRHP Logo Maasdam Barns, educational complex and museum.

Early Fairfield Products, made in Fairfield, Iowa.

Louden Company history, told briefly.

Markers, for the Iowa State Fair.

William Louden's Notes about Products.

William Louden's First Patent.

Early Hay Carrier catalogue page.

Senior Hay Fork Carrier photo essay.

Litter Carriers photo essay.

Super Track Overhead Carrier photo essay.

NRHP Logo Louden Overhead Hoist photo essay.

Louden Kiddie-sized Monorail photo essay.

Jointed Door Hanger catalogue page.

Bird-proof Door Track and Hangers photo essay.

Garage Door Hanger catalogue page.

Overhead Garage Door Set photo essay.

Louden Stanchions photo essay.

Automatic Drinking Cup photo essay and history.

Louden Cupola, catalogue images and text.

Barn Design, # 2419 catalogue page.

Barn Design, # 7663 catalogue page.

Section Two:  Buildings and Places related to the Louden Machinery Company

(Numbers refer to the Numbers on the Map)

(00) Introduction to Buildings and Places related to the Louden Machinery Company.

(01) Louden Logo Commercial Block, c. 1851, 106, 108, 110 N. Main Street.
   ⚫ See two murals created by Karla Christensen.

(02) Louden Logo The Tribune Printing Co, 1915, 101 W. Briggs Ave.

(08) Louden logo First Methodist Church, 1924, 201 N. Court St.

(12) Louden Logo NRHP Logo (Former) U. S. P. O. Building, c. 1876, 110 S. Court St.

(19) Louden Logo NRHP Logo R. B. & Lizzie Louden House, 1871, 107 W. Washington St.

(23) Louden Logo Albert H. and Mary Neller Home, c. 1890, 300 W. Washington St.

(24) Louden Logo NRHP Logo Wm. R. & Mary Jane Louden Home, 1897, 501 W. Washington St.

(25) Louden Logo NRHP Logo R. Bruce & May W. Louden Home, c. 1910, 501 W. Adams Ave.

(26)Louden Logo NRHP Logo Broadway Building, c. 1892, and added to since, 607 W. Broadway.

(27)Louden Logo Rock Island Railroad Depot (former), 611 W. Broadway
   ⚫ Fairfield's Railroad History

(29) Joel Turney and Co. building (former), c.1897, 501 N. 8th St. (Not related to Louden, but another important employer in Fairfield).

(29b) Louden Logo NRHP Logo Iowa Malleable Iron Company (former), founded 1904, 600-608 N. 9th St.
   ⚫ Prairie Architects' photos

(30) Louden Logo Whitney Monuments Company, c. 1934, 601 W. Depot Ave.

(30b) Louden Logo Clingan Building, 410 West Lowe Ave, at 5th St.

(36) Louden Logo Church, 1926-27, 300 E. Burlington Ave.

(38) Louden Logo Tudor Revival style House, c.1920, 505 E. Burlington Ave.

(43) Louden Logo Garage, c.1915, Garage at 904 E. Burl.

(44) Louden Logo Arthur C. & Maud Louden House, c. 1917, 201 S. Highland Ave.

(45) Louden Logo NRHP Logo R. R. & Antoinette Louden House, 1925, 905 E. Adams.

(46) Louden Logo Home, 1917, 1102 E. Madison Ave.

(47) Louden LogoNRHP Logo Louden Whirl-Around, c. 1925, 905 E. Harrison.

(51) Louden Logo NRHP Logo O. F. & Lulu Fryer House, c. 1920, 902 S. Main St.

(52) Louden Logo NRHP Logo Maasdam Barns, 2000 S. Main St.

Also, see the Fairfield Heritage Tour on the Fairfield Cultural Alliance website

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