Just to give you an idea of the "territory," I found the following information on the National Park Service's "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form," which was submitted on the district on September 29, 2003:
2209 Cherry Street, ca 1902 – A one-story formed concrete block Romanesque Revival house with a hipped dormer.
2213 Cherry Street, ca 1900 – A two-story formed concrete block Queen Anne house. There is a two-story round tower on the north side of the house which has an asphalt-covered conical roof. The porch originally extended across the front and around the right side.
2238 Cherry Street c. 1895 -- A two-story, clapboard Victorian vernacular residence, facing east, with an asphalt-covered hip roof. The one story, full-width front porch is covered by a shed roof supported by four turned posts with jigsawn brackets. There are three bays: two floor-length, double-hung, two-over-two wood sash; and a glazed single-leaf door with a transom and entablature with pilasters as side surrounds.