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Lubbock

Lubbock Street was originally known as Camp Street.
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 1704 Lubbock   
Albert Keller Grocery Building 1718 Lubbock 1913 Contributing 
Louis or Frank Tajan House 1801 Lubbock 1888  
 1805 Lubbock   
Zoe Melvin House 1806 Lubbock 1905 Contributing 
Arthur & Katherine Spring House 1808 Lubbock 1905 Contributing 
Annie Sheridan House 1809 Lubbock 1887 Contributing 
 1810 Lubbock  Non-Contributing 
Jacob Luke House 1812 Lubbock 1893 Contributing 
Urbain Valentine House 1814 Lubbock 1885 demolished in 2005 
Gehring House 1817 Lubbock 1891 Contributing 
Heinrich-Guese 1819 Lubbock  Contributung 
 1820 Lubbock  Contributing 
Schmidt House 1909 Lubbock 1889 Contributing 
Donlen-Powers House 1913 Lubbock 1886 Contributing 
Schmeideberg House 2008 Lubbock 1894 Contributing 
William A. and Matilda Diehl House 2010 Lubbock 1898 Contributing 
Kohlmann House 2018 Lubbock 1883 Contributing 
William Bohlae House 2102 Lubbock 1889 Contributing 
 2106 Lubbock  Contributing 
Alderton House 2108 Lubbock 1896  
Reverend Pfaeffle House 2112 Lubbock 1893 Contributing 
 2114 Lubbock  Contributing 
Charles F. George House 2115 Lubbock 1889 Contributing 
 2116 Lubbock  Contributing 
Schoellkopf House 2119 Lubbock 1891 Contributing 
Luckie-Etkind House 2120 Lubbock 1910 Contributing 
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