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Aurora, Missouri

  • City Hall

    City HallThe City Hall was built in 1918 of brick over tile and partly from rubble from the previously burned building. The ground was raised about 3 feet before the new building was built....
    City Hall
  • Bank of Aurora

    Bank of AuroraThe Bank of Aurora was organized in 1887. It was robbed in the 1930s as a thief jumped through one of the windows to the right of the front door....
    Bank of Aurora
  • Old National Guard Armory

    Old National Guard ArmoryThe National Guard Armory was built in Art Deco style during WWII during which it was the evacuation point for Ft. Leonard Wood officers....
    Old National Guard Armory
  • Elsey-Hemphill Carriage Co.

    Elsey-Hemphill Carriage Co.The Elsey-Hemphill Carriage Company built and sold Studebaker Wagons and Carriages, harnesses, and repaired horse drawn equipment....
    Elsey-Hemphill Carriage Co.

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Bank of Aurora

The Bank of Aurora was organized in 1887. It was robbed in the 1930

Aurora, MO Architecture

Aurora Carnegie Library

The Carnegie library was built in 1917-18 for $18,000

Aurora, MO Carnegie Libraries

First Presbyterian Church

When the First Presbyterian Church was completed in 1916, the congregation started the service that day in the old church located at 129 E. Church and walked to the new Church to end the service. The interior woodwork and 1916 San Francisco World'

Aurora, MO Historic Churches

Princess Theatre

The Princess, our walk-in theatre, has all the old time charm of days gone by and seating for 600

Aurora, MO Theatres

W.H. Scott Home

The Scott home was built in 1906 for $38,000 taking 20 laborers and two years to build. The light fixtures are attached to gas and electric lines.

Aurora, MO Historic Homes

Things to do near Aurora, MO

Randell Municipal Golf Course

Course Access: PublicHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: Yes...

Lawrence County Bank Building

ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES This historic building still stands at the corner of Walnut and Commercial Str...