Mill–Pine Neighborhood Historic District

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Mill–Pine Neighborhood Historic District
Photograph of a modest two-story wooden house with porch, closely flanked by other houses.
The White House (1895) in the Mill–Pine Neighborhood Historic District, in 2013.
Map of district boundaries.
The Mill–Pine Neighborhood Historic District boundaries in Roseburg (black), and parcels formerly part of the district (red).
Location Roseburg, Oregon, along SE Mill and Pine Streets between Rice and Mosher Avenues[1]
Coordinates 43°12′13″N 123°21′07″W / 43.20362778°N 123.3520361°W / 43.20362778; -123.3520361Coordinates: 43°12′13″N 123°21′07″W / 43.20362778°N 123.3520361°W / 43.20362778; -123.3520361
Area 29 acres (12 ha)[2]
Built 1878–1927[1]
Architectural style Rural Gothic, Italianate, Queen Anne, Bungalow[1]
Governing body Primarily private
NRHP Reference # 85001348
11000624 (decrease)
Significant dates
Added to NRHP June 20, 1985[3]
Boundary decrease September 26, 2011[3]

The Mill–Pine Neighborhood Historic District is a residential historic district located in Roseburg, Oregon, United States. Beginning in 1878, this neighborhood of modest homes developed to house employees of the adjacent railroad, and the service and retail workers who served them. Physical evolution of the district largely ceased after Southern Pacific Transportation Company moved its operational base from Roseburg to Eugene in 1927, leaving an unusually cohesive example of a working-class residential neighborhood of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.[1] The historic district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, and reduced in size in 2011 to reflect the destruction of some historic buildings.[3]

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  1. ^ a b c d Clarke, Helen Jane; Kadas, Marianne; Young, Ella Mae (December 1, 1984), National Register of Historic Places Inventory — Nomination Form: Mill–Pine Historic District (PDF), retrieved March 31, 2013 .
  2. ^ Roper, Roger (2011), National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Mill–Pine Historic District . (National Register documentation for boundary reduction.)
  3. ^ a b c Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, Oregon Historic Sites Database, retrieved March 31, 2013 .

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