Location of Marion County in Oregon
Location of Marion County in Oregon

This list presents the full set of buildings, structures, objects, sites, or districts designated on the National Register of Historic Places in Marion County, Oregon, and offers brief descriptive information about each of them. The National Register recognizes places of national, state, or local historic significance across the United States.[1] Out of over 90,000 National Register sites nationwide,[2] Oregon is home to over 2,000,[3] and 118 of those are found partially or wholly in Marion County.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 3, 2021.[4]

Current listings

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location City or town Description
1 Louis J. Adams House
March 12, 2011
(#11000076)
423 W. Main St.
45°00′11″N 122°47′13″W / 45.003056°N 122.786944°W / 45.003056; -122.786944 (Louis J. Adams House)
Silverton
2 Louise Adams House
March 3, 2015
(#15000052)
401 W. Main Street
45°00′12″N 122°47′09″W / 45.003376°N 122.785841°W / 45.003376; -122.785841 (Louise Adams House)
Silverton
3 Adolph Block
February 1, 1980
(#80003348)
360–372 State Street
44°56′24″N 123°02′22″W / 44.939903°N 123.039552°W / 44.939903; -123.039552 (Adolph Block)
Salem
4 Samuel Adolph House
October 2, 1978
(#78002297)
2493 State Street
44°55′57″N 123°00′37″W / 44.9326°N 123.0103°W / 44.9326; -123.0103 (Samuel Adolph House)
Salem
5 James Mechlin Anderson House
October 16, 1979
(#79002118)
728 Ankeny Hill Road, SE
44°46′36″N 123°02′46″W / 44.7767°N 123.0462°W / 44.7767; -123.0462 (James Mechlin Anderson House)
Jefferson vicinity
6 Aurora Colony Historic District
April 16, 1974
(#74001696)
District roughly bounded by Cemetery Road, Bobs Avenue, and Liberty Street
45°13′57″N 122°45′30″W / 45.23258°N 122.7584°W / 45.23258; -122.7584 (Aurora Colony Historic District)
Aurora
7 Bank of Woodburn
September 27, 1996
(#96001049)
199 N Front Street
45°08′31″N 122°51′27″W / 45.14181°N 122.8574°W / 45.14181; -122.8574 (Bank of Woodburn)
Woodburn
8 Beauchamp Building
November 1, 2019
(#100004557)
395 N 3rd Avenue
44°47′52″N 122°47′33″W / 44.797809°N 122.792567°W / 44.797809; -122.792567 (Beauchamp Building)
Stayton
9 Oliver Beers House
August 1, 1984
(#84003036)
10602 Wheatland Road, N
45°04′23″N 123°01′24″W / 45.07305°N 123.0232°W / 45.07305; -123.0232 (Oliver Beers House)
Gervais vicinity
10 Frederick Bents House
December 9, 1981
(#81000502)
22776 Bents Road, NE
45°14′54″N 122°48′40″W / 45.24829°N 122.8111°W / 45.24829; -122.8111 (Frederick Bents House)
Aurora vicinity Originally built in 1887, this French Prairie farmhouse expanded several times over subsequent years, resulting in an unusual admixture of multiple 19th-century architectural styles. It reflects the changing requirements of farm life and economics over a long period in this portion of the Willamette Valley.[7]
11 R. P. Boise Building
December 2, 1981
(#81000504)
217 State Street
44°56′27″N 123°02′30″W / 44.940946°N 123.041671°W / 44.940946; -123.041671 (R. P. Boise Building)
Salem
12 Boon Brick Store
November 20, 1975
(#75001590)
888 Liberty Street, NE
44°56′55″N 123°01′59″W / 44.94859°N 123.033°W / 44.94859; -123.033 (Boon Brick Store)
Salem
13 John D. Boon House
January 17, 1975
(#75001591)
1313 Mill Street, SE
44°56′02″N 123°01′39″W / 44.93382°N 123.0275°W / 44.93382; -123.0275 (John D. Boon House)
Salem Included in the Mission Mill Museum.[8]
14 Charles and Martha Brown House
September 6, 2002
(#02000949)
425 N First Avenue
44°47′53″N 122°47′40″W / 44.798°N 122.7944°W / 44.798; -122.7944 (Charles and Martha Brown House)
Stayton
15 Sam Brown House
November 5, 1974
(#74001697)
12878 Portland Road, NE
45°06′21″N 122°53′14″W / 45.105840°N 122.887086°W / 45.105840; -122.887086 (Sam Brown House)
Gervais
16 Burggraf–Burt–Webster House
April 1, 1980
(#80003349)
901 13th Street, SE
44°55′43″N 123°01′46″W / 44.928594°N 123.029573°W / 44.928594; -123.029573 (Burggraf–Burt–Webster House)
Salem
17 Bush and Brey Block and Annex
December 21, 1981
(#81000505)
179–197 Commercial Street, NE
44°56′29″N 123°02′26″W / 44.941396°N 123.040467°W / 44.941396; -123.040467 (Bush and Brey Block and Annex)
Salem
18 Asahel Bush House
January 21, 1974
(#74001700)
600 Mission Street, SE
44°55′53″N 123°02′21″W / 44.931428°N 123.039305°W / 44.931428; -123.039305 (Asahel Bush House)
Salem
19 Bush–Breyman Block
February 17, 1978
(#78002298)
141–147 Commercial Street, NE
44°56′28″N 123°02′26″W / 44.940974°N 123.040586°W / 44.940974; -123.040586 (Bush–Breyman Block)
Salem
20 Calvary Lutheran Church and Parsonage
June 6, 1985
(#85001182)
310–314 Jersey Street
45°00′16″N 122°46′52″W / 45.0045°N 122.781°W / 45.0045; -122.781 (Calvary Lutheran Church and Parsonage)
Silverton
21 Hamilton Campbell House
March 13, 1979
(#79002119)
13600 Jefferson Highway 99E, SE
44°45′37″N 123°01′41″W / 44.76031°N 123.0281°W / 44.76031; -123.0281 (Hamilton Campbell House)
Jefferson vicinity
22 William Case Farm
March 21, 1973
(#73001578)
20755 Case Road, NE
45°13′06″N 122°52′49″W / 45.218319°N 122.880393°W / 45.218319; -122.880393 (William Case Farm)
Aurora
23 Champoeg Cemetery
January 21, 2004
(#03001475)
Champoeg Cemetery Road
45°14′20″N 122°52′34″W / 45.23898°N 122.8762°W / 45.23898; -122.8762 (Champoeg Cemetery)
Aurora
24 Champoeg State Park Historic Archeological District
August 1, 1984
(#84003038)
8239 Champoeg Road, NE
45°14′54″N 122°53′37″W / 45.2482°N 122.8936°W / 45.2482; -122.8936 (Champoeg State Park Historic Archeological District)
St. Paul
25 Chemawa Indian School Site
December 16, 1992
(#92001333)
3700 Chemawa Road, NE
45°00′04″N 122°59′42″W / 45.00118°N 122.9951°W / 45.00118; -122.9951 (Chemawa Indian School Site)
Chemawa
26 Chemeketa Lodge No. 1 Odd Fellows Buildings
April 8, 1988
(#88000275)
185–195 High Street, NE
44°56′26″N 123°02′14″W / 44.940452°N 123.037253°W / 44.940452; -123.037253 (Chemeketa Lodge No. 1 Odd Fellows Buildings)
Salem
27 George Collins House
December 1, 1989
(#89002063)
1340 Chemeketa Street, NE
44°56′19″N 123°01′27″W / 44.938509°N 123.024165°W / 44.938509; -123.024165 (George Collins House)
Salem
28 Jacob Conser House
January 21, 1974
(#74001699)
114 Main Street
44°43′04″N 123°00′43″W / 44.717659°N 123.012038°W / 44.717659; -123.012038 (Jacob Conser House)
Jefferson
29 Court Street – Chemeketa Street Historic District
August 26, 1987
(#87001373)
District roughly along Chemeketa and Court Streets, between Mill Creek and 14th Street
44°56′15″N 123°01′15″W / 44.93742°N 123.0208°W / 44.93742; -123.0208 (Court Street – Chemeketa Street Historic District)
Salem
30 Curtis Cross House
December 18, 1981
(#81000506)
1635 Fairmount Avenue, S
44°55′30″N 123°02′56″W / 44.92496°N 123.0489°W / 44.92496; -123.0489 (Curtis Cross House)
Salem
31 Dr. William A. Cusick House
February 23, 1990
(#90000281)
415 Lincoln Street, S
44°55′32″N 123°02′57″W / 44.925609°N 123.049116°W / 44.925609; -123.049116 (Dr. William A. Cusick House)
Salem
32 Alexander Daue House
June 6, 1985
(#85001181)
1095 Saginaw Street, S
44°55′50″N 123°02′45″W / 44.930454°N 123.045848°W / 44.930454; -123.045848 (Alexander Daue House)
Salem
33 Murton E. and Lillian DeGuire House
March 12, 2011
(#11000077)
631 B St.
45°00′35″N 122°46′46″W / 45.009722°N 122.779444°W / 45.009722; -122.779444 (Murton E. and Lillian DeGuire House)
Silverton Silverton, Oregon, and Its Environs MPS
34 DeGuire–Ludowitzki House
March 3, 2015
(#15000053)
840 S. Water Street
44°59′53″N 122°46′37″W / 44.998153°N 122.777062°W / 44.998153; -122.777062 (DeGuire–Ludowitzki House)
Silverton
35 Deidrich Building
July 7, 2006
(#06000570)
195 N 3rd Avenue
44°47′47″N 122°47′33″W / 44.79632°N 122.7924°W / 44.79632; -122.7924 (Deidrich Building)
Stayton
36 Delaney–Edwards House
July 23, 2004
(#04000729)
4292 Delaney Road, SE
44°50′35″N 122°58′20″W / 44.843053°N 122.972297°W / 44.843053; -122.972297 (Delaney–Edwards House)
Salem vicinity
37 Joseph Despard Cabin Site October 31, 1991
(#91001573)
Address restricted[9]
St. Paul Site only. Foundations removed from short ridge in 1875.
38 June D. Drake House
March 12, 2011
(#11000078)
409 S. Water St.
45°00′12″N 122°46′52″W / 45.003333°N 122.781111°W / 45.003333; -122.781111 (June D. Drake House)
Silverton Silverton, Oregon, and Its Environs MPS
39 Magnus and Emma Ek House
February 20, 2013
(#13000032)
729 S. Water Street
45°00′00″N 122°46′40″W / 45°N 122.7778194°W / 45; -122.7778194 (Magnus and Emma Ek House)
Silverton Silverton, Oregon, and Its Environs MPS
40 Elsinore Theater
June 17, 1994
(#91001575)
170 High Street, SE
44°56′20″N 123°02′14″W / 44.938856°N 123.037153°W / 44.938856; -123.037153 (Elsinore Theater)
Salem
41 Farrar Building
August 26, 1982
(#82003737)
351–373 State Street
44°56′25″N 123°02′22″W / 44.940376°N 123.039391°W / 44.940376; -123.039391 (Farrar Building)
Salem
42 Henry Fawk House
February 20, 1991
(#91000060)
310 Lincoln Street, S
44°55′31″N 123°02′51″W / 44.92527°N 123.0476°W / 44.92527; -123.0476 (Henry Fawk House)
Salem
43 First Methodist Episcopal Church of Salem
May 9, 1983
(#83002162)
600 State Street
44°56′20″N 123°02′08″W / 44.938763°N 123.035424°W / 44.938763; -123.035424 (First Methodist Episcopal Church of Salem)
Salem
44 Gaiety Hill – Bush's Pasture Park Historic District
October 10, 1986
(#86002849)
Roughly bounded by Pringle Creek, Mission Street, Bush's Pasture Park, and Cross, High, and Liberty Streets
44°55′50″N 123°02′11″W / 44.93068°N 123.0365°W / 44.93068; -123.0365 (Gaiety Hill – Bush's Pasture Park Historic District)
Salem
45 Gaiety Hollow
December 16, 2014
(#14000895)
545 Mission Street, SE
44°55′58″N 123°02′24″W / 44.932741°N 123.039920°W / 44.932741; -123.039920 (Gaiety Hollow)
Salem Includes both the home and the six gardens of Edith Schryver and Elizabeth Lord, who were landscape architects. The pair started the first landscape architecture firm owned by women in the Pacific Northwest, Lord & Schryver, and used the gardens to test new concepts.[10]
46 Gallon House Bridge
November 29, 1979
(#79002124)
Abiqua Creek
45°01′56″N 122°47′53″W / 45.03218°N 122.7981°W / 45.03218; -122.7981 (Gallon House Bridge)
Silverton vicinity
47 R.C. Geer Farmhouse
February 12, 1980
(#80003353)
12390 Sunnyview Road, NE
44°56′28″N 122°48′26″W / 44.94106°N 122.8072°W / 44.94106; -122.8072 (R.C. Geer Farmhouse)
Salem vicinity
48 Andrew T. Gilbert House
November 6, 1980
(#80003350)
116 Marion Street, NE
44°56′43″N 123°02′28″W / 44.9453°N 123.041°W / 44.9453; -123.041 (Andrew T. Gilbert House)
Salem
49 J. K. Gill Building
February 1, 1980
(#80003351)
356 State Street
44°56′24″N 123°02′23″W / 44.939940°N 123.039727°W / 44.939940; -123.039727 (J. K. Gill Building)
Salem
50 Gordon House
September 22, 2004
(#04001066)
879 W Main Street
44°59′55″N 122°47′36″W / 44.99857°N 122.7932°W / 44.99857; -122.7932 (Gordon House)
Silverton
51 Benjamin F. Harding House
December 21, 1981
(#81000507)
1043 High Street, SE
44°55′51″N 123°02′29″W / 44.930744°N 123.041350°W / 44.930744; -123.041350 (Benjamin F. Harding House)
Salem
52 Hinkle–Reid House
January 21, 1994
(#93001503)
525 NE Alder Street
44°45′18″N 122°28′14″W / 44.75493°N 122.4706°W / 44.75493; -122.4706 (Hinkle–Reid House)
Mill City
53 Hobson–Gehlen General Merchandise Store
May 22, 2013
(#13000311)
189 N. 2nd Avenue
44°47′47″N 122°47′37″W / 44.796481°N 122.793547°W / 44.796481; -122.793547 (Hobson–Gehlen General Merchandise Store)
Stayton
54 Hudson's Bay Company Granary and Clerk's House Site October 31, 1991
(#91001574)
Address restricted[9]
St. Paul Built as an attempt by HBC to keep locals trading with HBC and not to take business to the Vancouver area.
55 Daniel B. Jarman House and Garden
December 6, 1979
(#79002120)
567 High Street, SE
44°56′06″N 123°02′24″W / 44.935013°N 123.040000°W / 44.935013; -123.040000 (Daniel B. Jarman House and Garden)
Salem
56 Jefferson Methodist Church
November 6, 1980
(#80003346)
310–342 N. 2nd Street
44°43′12″N 123°00′38″W / 44.719936°N 123.010532°W / 44.719936; -123.010532 (Jefferson Methodist Church)
Jefferson
57 Jones–Sherman House
December 21, 1981
(#81000508)
835 D Street, NE
44°56′49″N 123°01′38″W / 44.94701°N 123.0273°W / 44.94701; -123.0273 (Jones–Sherman House)
Salem
58 Thomas Kay Woolen Mill
May 8, 1973
(#73001579)
1313 Mill Street, SE
44°56′06″N 123°01′38″W / 44.934987°N 123.027198°W / 44.934987; -123.027198 (Thomas Kay Woolen Mill)
Salem Included in the Mission Mill Museum.[8]
59 John W. and Thomas F. Kirk House
June 17, 1987
(#87000867)
4686 St. Paul Highway, NE
45°12′30″N 122°57′59″W / 45.208207°N 122.966430°W / 45.208207; -122.966430 (John W. and Thomas F. Kirk House)
St. Paul
60 Frederick S. Lamport House
June 19, 1991
(#91000806)
590 Lower Ben Lomond Drive, SE
44°55′01″N 123°02′26″W / 44.916950°N 123.040593°W / 44.916950; -123.040593 (Frederick S. Lamport House)
Salem
61 Lee Mission Cemetery
December 29, 1978
(#78002299)
D Street
44°56′34″N 123°00′35″W / 44.94278°N 123.0097°W / 44.94278; -123.0097 (Lee Mission Cemetery)
Salem
62 Jason Lee House
April 23, 1973
(#73001580)
260 12th Street, SE
44°56′02″N 123°01′39″W / 44.93382°N 123.0275°W / 44.93382; -123.0275 (Jason Lee House)
Salem Included in the Mission Mill Museum.[8]
63 T. A. Livesley House
April 26, 1990
(#90000684)
533 Lincoln Street, S
44°55′33″N 123°03′02″W / 44.925725°N 123.050677°W / 44.925725; -123.050677 (T. A. Livesley House)
Salem
64 S. A. Manning Building
February 10, 1987
(#87000035)
200–210 State Street
44°56′26″N 123°02′31″W / 44.940480°N 123.041965°W / 44.940480; -123.041965 (S. A. Manning Building)
Salem
65 Marion County Housing Committee Demonstration House
August 11, 1988
(#88001243)
140 Wilson Street, S
44°55′41″N 123°02′41″W / 44.928077°N 123.044805°W / 44.928077; -123.044805 (Marion County Housing Committee Demonstration House)
Salem
66 McCallister–Gash Farmhouse
November 6, 1980
(#80003354)
9626 Kaufman Road
44°58′06″N 122°51′50″W / 44.96846°N 122.864°W / 44.96846; -122.864 (McCallister–Gash Farmhouse)
Silverton vicinity
67 David McCully House
February 14, 1978
(#78002300)
1365 John Street, S
44°55′40″N 123°03′01″W / 44.927782°N 123.050340°W / 44.927782; -123.050340 (David McCully House)
Salem
68 Methodist Mission Parsonage
December 31, 1974
(#74001701)
1313 Mill Street, SE
44°56′02″N 123°01′39″W / 44.93382°N 123.0275°W / 44.93382; -123.0275 (Methodist Mission Parsonage)
Salem Included in the Mission Mill Museum.[8]
69 Mill City Southern Pacific Rail Road (SPRR) Bridge
June 22, 2021
(#100006686)
Spanning the North Santiam River
44°45′19″N 122°28′40″W / 44.755268°N 122.477772°W / 44.755268; -122.477772 (Mill City Southern Pacific Rail Road (SPRR) Bridge)
Mill City
70 Miller Cemetery Church
August 10, 1978
(#78002304)
Cascade Highway, NE
45°02′21″N 122°43′46″W / 45.03915°N 122.7295°W / 45.03915; -122.7295 (Miller Cemetery Church)
Silverton vicinity
71 John and Douglas Minto Houses
December 18, 1981
(#81000509)
821–841 Saginaw Street, S
44°55′58″N 123°02′44″W / 44.932896°N 123.045659°W / 44.932896; -123.045659 (John and Douglas Minto Houses)
Salem
72 Joseph Henry Moser Barn
June 14, 2013
(#13000396)
507 S. 3rd Street
45°00′13″N 122°46′37″W / 45.003548°N 122.776924°W / 45.003548; -122.776924 (Joseph Henry Moser Barn)
Silverton
73 Carl E. Nelson House
June 13, 1997
(#97000587)
960 E Street, NE
44°56′50″N 123°01′30″W / 44.947225°N 123.025084°W / 44.947225; -123.025084 (Carl E. Nelson House)
Salem
74 Odd Fellows Rural Cemetery
September 11, 2013
(#13000707)
2201 Commercial Street, SE
44°55′12″N 123°02′52″W / 44.919908°N 123.047796°W / 44.919908; -123.047796 (Odd Fellows Rural Cemetery)
Salem
75 Olallie Meadows Guard Station
May 26, 2015
(#15000272)
Mount Hood National Forest
44°51′33″N 121°46′23″W / 44.859068°N 121.773104°W / 44.859068; -121.773104 (Olallie Meadows Guard Station)
Estacada vicinity
76 Old First National Bank Building
October 9, 1986
(#86002851)
388 State Street
44°56′23″N 123°02′21″W / 44.939794°N 123.039251°W / 44.939794; -123.039251 (Old First National Bank Building)
Salem
77 Old Garfield School
December 2, 1981
(#81000510)
528 Cottage Street, NE
44°56′37″N 123°01′53″W / 44.94357°N 123.0315°W / 44.94357; -123.0315 (Old Garfield School)
Salem
78 Old Woodburn City Hall
March 30, 1979
(#79002125)
550 N 1st Street
45°08′39″N 122°51′21″W / 45.14413°N 122.8559°W / 45.14413; -122.8559 (Old Woodburn City Hall)
Woodburn
79 Oregon Pacific Railroad Linear Historic District
October 29, 1999
(#99001285)
Roughly a 20-mile linear section of the old railroad grade between Idanha and the Cascade Range summit (See also Linn and Jefferson counties.)
44°27′10″N 121°53′57″W / 44.452778°N 121.899167°W / 44.452778; -121.899167 (Oregon Pacific Railroad Linear Historic District)
Idanha to the Cascade Range summit via Santiam Junction Beginning in 1872, the colorful Thomas Egenton Hogg set out to build a transcontinental railroad terminating in the Oregon Coast. By the time of his venture's final bankruptcy in 1894, completed track reached only from Yaquina Bay to Idanha in the Cascade foothills, with grade work under way east of Idanha to the summit. The historic district protects the remaining signs of the grade work east of Idanha, as well as the sites of two construction camps. Abandoned part way through construction, these remnants provide a unique window onto construction methods and living conditions in 19th century railroad camps.[11]
80 Oregon State Capitol
June 29, 1988
(#88001055)
Capitol Mall
44°56′18″N 123°01′49″W / 44.938466°N 123.030374°W / 44.938466; -123.030374 (Oregon State Capitol)
Salem
81 Oregon State Fair Stadium and Poultry Building Ensemble
June 20, 2002
(#02000671)
2330 17th Street, NE
44°57′29″N 123°00′41″W / 44.95796°N 123.0114°W / 44.95796; -123.0114 (Oregon State Fair Stadium and Poultry Building Ensemble)
Salem
82 Oregon State Forester's Office Building
April 15, 1982
(#82003738)
2600 State Street
44°55′53″N 123°00′27″W / 44.93148°N 123.0076°W / 44.93148; -123.0076 (Oregon State Forester's Office Building)
Salem
83 Oregon State Hospital Historic District
February 28, 2008
(#08000118)
2600 Center Street, NE
44°56′24″N 123°00′13″W / 44.939922°N 123.003550°W / 44.939922; -123.003550 (Oregon State Hospital Historic District)
Salem Boundary decrease approved August 23, 2019.
84 Christopher Paulus Building
March 5, 1992
(#92000133)
355–363 Court Street, NE
44°56′29″N 123°02′20″W / 44.941496°N 123.038886°W / 44.941496; -123.038886 (Christopher Paulus Building)
Salem
85 Edgar T. Pierce House
February 21, 1997
(#97000136)
1610 Fir Street, S
44°55′30″N 123°02′49″W / 44.925034°N 123.046997°W / 44.925034; -123.046997 (Edgar T. Pierce House)
Salem
86 Pleasant Grove Presbyterian Church
August 7, 1974February 10, 1987 (relisted)
(#74001703)
1313 Mill Street, SE
44°56′02″N 123°01′39″W / 44.93382°N 123.0275°W / 44.93382; -123.0275 (Pleasant Grove Presbyterian Church)
Salem Included in the Mission Mill Museum.[8] Delisted due to relocation September 1984. Relisted in 1987.
87 Dr. Luke A. Port House
October 2, 1973
(#73001581)
1116 Mission Street, SE
44°55′48″N 123°01′54″W / 44.929894°N 123.031736°W / 44.929894; -123.031736 (Dr. Luke A. Port House)
Salem
88 Port–Manning House
October 2, 1978
(#78002301)
4922 Halls Ferry Road, S
44°52′51″N 123°07′53″W / 44.880887°N 123.131448°W / 44.880887; -123.131448 (Port–Manning House)
Salem
89 Queen of Angels Priory
July 8, 1982
(#82003736)
840 S Main Street
45°03′43″N 122°48′10″W / 45.06207°N 122.8029°W / 45.06207; -122.8029 (Queen of Angels Priory)
Mount Angel
90 Reed Opera House and McCornack Block Addition
March 8, 1978
(#78002302)
177–189 Liberty Street, NE
44°56′28″N 123°02′20″W / 44.940995°N 123.038771°W / 44.940995; -123.038771 (Reed Opera House and McCornack Block Addition)
Salem
91 Dr. and Mrs. Charles G. Robertson House and Garden
May 19, 1983
(#83002163)
460 Leffelle Street, S
44°55′34″N 123°02′59″W / 44.926059°N 123.049655°W / 44.926059; -123.049655 (Dr. and Mrs. Charles G. Robertson House and Garden)
Salem
92 St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church
October 22, 1976
(#76001583)
575 E College Street
45°04′03″N 122°47′38″W / 45.06747°N 122.7939°W / 45.06747; -122.7939 (St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church)
Mount Angel
93 St. Paul Historic District
March 15, 1982
(#82003739)

45°12′35″N 122°58′34″W / 45.20969°N 122.9761°W / 45.20969; -122.9761 (St. Paul Historic District)
St. Paul
94 St. Paul Roman Catholic Church
October 16, 1979
(#79002098)
Junction of Christie Street and Mission Avenue, NE
45°12′43″N 122°58′42″W / 45.21181°N 122.9783°W / 45.21181; -122.9783 (St. Paul Roman Catholic Church)
St. Paul
95 Salem Downtown State Street – Commercial Street Historic District
September 28, 2001
(#01001067)
Roughly bounded by Ferry, High, Chemeketa, and Front Streets
44°56′24″N 123°02′22″W / 44.94009°N 123.0394°W / 44.94009; -123.0394 (Salem Downtown State Street – Commercial Street Historic District)
Salem Located on the Willamette River transportation corridor and near Jason Lee's Mission Mill, Salem's central business district was first platted in 1846. Subsequent development patterns closely reflected the drivers of Salem's growth as an important agricultural and commercial center. Surviving buildings represent a wide range of architectural styles from the 1860s through the 1950s.[12]
96 Salem Southern Pacific Railroad Station
February 12, 2010
(#10000015)
500 13th Avenue, SE
44°55′56″N 123°01′42″W / 44.932348°N 123.028196°W / 44.932348; -123.028196 (Salem Southern Pacific Railroad Station)
Salem This grand Beaux-Arts style train station, completed in 1918, is the third station to occupy the same site. The adjacent REA freight terminal is a remnant of the 1889 Queen Anne station that burned in 1917. In 1999, the buildings were restored to their appearance during the first half of the 20th century. The site has been in continuous use for passenger rail service from 1871 through at least 2009.[13]
97 William Riley Scheurer House
December 23, 1981
(#81000503)
23707 1st Street, NE
45°15′44″N 122°50′37″W / 45.262090°N 122.843515°W / 45.262090; -122.843515 (William Riley Scheurer House)
Butteville Located in Butteville along the Willamette River.
98 Jesse H. Settlemier House
December 19, 1974
(#74001704)
355 N. Settlemier Avenue
45°08′41″N 122°51′43″W / 45.144653°N 122.861827°W / 45.144653; -122.861827 (Jesse H. Settlemier House)
Woodburn
99 U. G. Shipley House and Garden
October 14, 1994
(#94001219)
260 Washington Street, S
44°55′27″N 123°02′48″W / 44.92426°N 123.0468°W / 44.92426; -123.0468 (U. G. Shipley House and Garden)
Salem
100 Silver Creek Youth Camp – Silver Falls State Park June 20, 2002
(#02000673)
20024 Silver Falls Highway
44°51′23″N 122°36′36″W / 44.8564°N 122.6099°W / 44.8564; -122.6099 (Silver Creek Youth Camp – Silver Falls State Park)
Sublimity vicinity
101 Silver Falls State Park Concession Building Area
June 30, 1983
(#83002164)
20024 Silver Falls Highway
44°52′45″N 122°39′23″W / 44.87925°N 122.6565°W / 44.87925; -122.6565 (Silver Falls State Park Concession Building Area)
Sublimity vicinity
102 Silverton Commercial Historic District
July 29, 1987
(#87000878)
Roughly bounded by High and Oak Streets, Silver Creek, and Lewis, Water, and 1st Streets
45°00′19″N 122°46′59″W / 45.005223°N 122.782927°W / 45.005223; -122.782927 (Silverton Commercial Historic District)
Silverton These 27 buildings in Silverton's downtown core, dating from between 1870 and 1936, recall the twin stories of water power and commercial development in this small Willamette Valley town.[14]
103 Smith–Ohmart House
November 16, 1979
(#79002121)
2655 East Nob Hill Street, SE
44°54′57″N 123°02′37″W / 44.915933°N 123.043559°W / 44.915933; -123.043559 (Smith–Ohmart House)
Salem
104 Peter and Bertha Soderberg House
June 14, 2013
(#13000397)
1106 Pine Street
45°00′40″N 122°47′32″W / 45.011148°N 122.792262°W / 45.011148; -122.792262 (Peter and Bertha Soderberg House)
Silverton
105 South First National Bank Block
March 31, 1983
(#83002165)
241–247 Commercial Street, NE
44°56′32″N 123°02′24″W / 44.942087°N 123.039999°W / 44.942087; -123.039999 (South First National Bank Block)
Salem
106 Starkey–McCully Block
March 12, 1979
(#79002122)
223–233 Commercial Street, NE
44°56′31″N 123°02′24″W / 44.941899°N 123.040101°W / 44.941899; -123.040101 (Starkey–McCully Block)
Salem
107 John Stauffer House and Barn
May 1, 1974
(#74001698)
13551 Stauffer Road, NE
45°11′42″N 122°47′02″W / 45.194938°N 122.783820°W / 45.194938; -122.783820 (John Stauffer House and Barn)
Hubbard
108 C. C. Stratton House
November 15, 1984
(#84000475)
1599 State Street
44°56′09″N 123°01′17″W / 44.935866°N 123.021425°W / 44.935866; -123.021425 (C. C. Stratton House)
Salem
109 Supreme Court and Library Building
March 4, 2020
(#100005014)
1163 State Street
44°56′15″N 123°01′40″W / 44.937532°N 123.027689°W / 44.937532; -123.027689 (Supreme Court and Library Building)
Salem
110 Union Street Railroad Bridge and Trestle
January 11, 2006
(#05001520)
Junction of Union and Water Streets, NE (See also Polk County.)
44°56′50″N 123°02′31″W / 44.94712°N 123.042°W / 44.94712; -123.042 (Union Street Railroad Bridge and Trestle)
Salem
111 Victor Point School
September 27, 1996
(#96001050)
1156 Victor Point Road, SE
44°54′59″N 122°45′19″W / 44.916341°N 122.755229°W / 44.916341; -122.755229 (Victor Point School)
Silverton vicinity
112 William Lincoln Wade House
February 17, 1978
(#78002303)
1305 John Street, S
44°55′41″N 123°03′01″W / 44.928186°N 123.050353°W / 44.928186; -123.050353 (William Lincoln Wade House)
Salem
113 Waller Hall, Willamette University
November 20, 1975
(#75001593)
900 State Street
44°56′14″N 123°01′52″W / 44.937177°N 123.031050°W / 44.937177; -123.031050 (Waller Hall, Willamette University)
Salem
114 Willamette Station Site, Methodist Mission in Oregon
August 1, 1984
(#84003040)
10991 Wheatland Ferry Road
45°05′03″N 123°02′33″W / 45.084216°N 123.042498°W / 45.084216; -123.042498 (Willamette Station Site, Methodist Mission in Oregon)
Gervais vicinity
115 Windischar's General Blacksmith Shop
November 7, 1980
(#80003347)
110 Sheridan Street
45°04′04″N 122°47′48″W / 45.067744°N 122.796752°W / 45.067744; -122.796752 (Windischar's General Blacksmith Shop)
Mount Angel
116 T. M. and Emma Witten Drug Store – House
August 12, 1999
(#99001002)
104 N Main Street
44°43′04″N 123°00′42″W / 44.71786°N 123.0117°W / 44.71786; -123.0117 (T. M. and Emma Witten Drug Store – House)
Jefferson
117 Robert Witzel House
November 15, 1979
(#79002123)
6576 Joseph Street, SE
44°53′07″N 122°55′40″W / 44.88515°N 122.9277°W / 44.88515; -122.9277 (Robert Witzel House)
Salem
118 Casper Zorn Farmhouse
February 12, 1980
(#80003355)
8448 Champoeg Road, NE
45°14′44″N 122°53′11″W / 45.245480°N 122.886317°W / 45.245480; -122.886317 (Casper Zorn Farmhouse)
St. Paul vicinity

Former listings

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location City or town Description
1 Breitenbush Guard Station April 8, 1986
(#86000843)
February 7, 2011 Willamette National Forest
44°46′54″N 121°58′03″W / 44.78169°N 121.9676°W / 44.78169; -121.9676 (Breitenbush Guard Station)
Detroit vicinity
2 George F. McCorkle House
December 24, 1974
(#74001702)
1984 W of Silverton
Silverton Removed due to significant historic alteration of the building.
3 Paris Woollen Mill December 21, 1981
(#81000511)
December 24, 2008 535 E Florence Street
Stayton
4 Wilson–Durbin House
November 7, 1980
(#80003352)
April 15, 1991 434 Water Street (former)
Salem This Gothic revival house was built in 1861, and was destroyed by fire in 1990. The Salem community built a replica of the house on the same site in 1999, which was incorporated into A.C. Gilbert's Discovery Village.[15]

See also

References

  1. ^ Andrus, Patrick W.; Shrimpton, Rebecca H.; et al. (2002), How to Apply the National Register Criteria for Evaluation, National Register Bulletin, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 39493977, archived from the original on April 6, 2014, retrieved June 20, 2014.
  2. ^ National Park Service, National Register of Historic Places Program: Research, archived from the original on February 1, 2015, retrieved January 28, 2015.
  3. ^ Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, Oregon Historic Sites Database, retrieved August 6, 2015. Note that a simple count of National Register records in this database returns a slightly higher total than actual listings, due to duplicate records. A close reading of detailed query results is necessary to arrive at the precise count.
  4. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved December 3, 2021.
  5. ^ a b Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  6. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  7. ^ Finch-Tepper, Sheila (March 18, 1981). National Register of Historic Places Inventory — Nomination Form: Bents, Frederick, House (Report).
  8. ^ a b c d e Mission Mill Museum Association. "Exhibits". Archived from the original on April 15, 2013. Retrieved October 19, 2009.
  9. ^ a b Federal and state laws and practices restrict general public access to information regarding the specific location of this resource. In some cases, this is to protect archeological sites from vandalism, while in other cases it is restricted at the request of the owner. See: Knoerl, John; Miller, Diane; Shrimpton, Rebecca H. (1990), Guidelines for Restricting Information about Historic and Prehistoric Resources, National Register Bulletin, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, OCLC 20706997.
  10. ^ "Salem landscape pioneers' garden listed on National Register of Historic Places". The Oregonian. January 2, 2015. Retrieved 13 January 2015.
  11. ^ Tonsfeldt, Ward; Trussel, Tim; Boyer, William (February 12, 1998), National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Oregon Pacific Railroad Historic District (PDF), retrieved February 14, 2013.
  12. ^ Evans, Gail E. H. (July 2001), National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Salem Downtown State Street – Commercial Street Historic District (PDF), retrieved March 7, 2016.
  13. ^ Osborn, Julie; Calpo, Janice Catlin; Skilton, David; Patton, Hazel (December 2009), National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Salem Southern Pacific Railroad Station (PDF), retrieved March 7, 2016.
  14. ^ Watts-Olmstead, Laura; O'Brien, Elizabeth (August 15, 1986), National Register of Historic Places Inventory — Nomination Form: Silverton Commercial Historic District.
  15. ^ A.C. Gilbert's Discovery Village. "About Us". Archived from the original on May 29, 2009. Retrieved October 19, 2009.
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