List of United States federal courthouses in Oregon

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Oregon's newest federal courthouse, the Wayne L. Morse United States Courthouse in Eugene

Following is a list of current and former courthouses of the United States federal court system located in Oregon. Each entry indicates the name of the building along with an image, if available, its location and the jurisdiction it covers,[1] the dates during which it was used for each such jurisdiction, and, if applicable the person for whom it was named, and the date of renaming. Dates of use will not necessarily correspond with the dates of construction or demolition of a building, as pre-existing structures may be adapted or court use, and former court buildings may later be put to other uses. Also, the official name of the building may be changed at some point after its use as a federal court building has been initiated.

Courthouses[edit]

Courthouse City Image Street address Jurisdiction[1] Dates of use Named for
Wayne L. Morse U.S. Courthouse Eugene Wayne Lyman Morse United States Courthouse.jpg 405 East 8th Avenue D. Ore.
9th Cir.
2006–present U.S. Senator Wayne Morse
James A. Redden Federal Courthouse Medford James A. Redden Federal Courthouse Medford, Oregon 1940.jpg 310 West Sixth Street D. Ore. 1916–present District Court judge James A. Redden (1996)
John F. Kilkenny U.S. Courthouse & Post Office Pendleton John F. Kilkenny United States Post Office and Courthouse Pendleton in 1917.jpg 104 Southwest Dorion D. Ore. 1916-present Court of Appeals judge John Kilkenny
Gus J. Solomon U.S. Courthouse Portland Gus Solomon Federal Courthouse.jpg Main Street & 6th Avenue SW D. Ore. 1933–1997 District Court judge Gus J. Solomon
Pioneer Courthouse†† Portland Pioneer Courthouse Portland.JPG 555 Southwest Yamhill Street D. Ore.
9th Cir.
1875–1933
1973-present
American pioneers to the Northwest Territory (1969)
Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse Portland Hatfieldcourthouse.jpg 1000 Southwest Third Avenue D. Ore. 1997–present U.S. Senator Mark Hatfield

Key[edit]

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP)
†† NRHP-listed and also designated as a National Historic Landmark

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b For the usage of court abbreviations, see List of United States district and territorial courts.

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