East of Elk Creek, Main Street ascends to an eminence that became Clarksburg's choice residential neighborhood. Most development occurred here from c. 1890 to c. 1920, although earlier houses helped establish the area's caliber. According to the form nominating the district to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, the U.S. Post Office recognized the name Quality Hill as a legitimate address through the 1940s.
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