South Oakdale Historic District

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South Oakdale Historic District
Photograph of a 1½ story house with peaked roof and porch
The district's Beeson House (1926) in 2013
Map of district boundaries
The South Oakdale Historic District boundaries in Medford
LocationMedford, Oregon, roughly along S. Oakdale Avenue from Stewart Avenue to W. 10th Street[1]
Coordinates42°18′58″N 122°52′28″W / 42.316212°N 122.874438°W / 42.316212; -122.874438Coordinates: 42°18′58″N 122°52′28″W / 42.316212°N 122.874438°W / 42.316212; -122.874438
AreaApprox. 32 acres (13 ha)[1]
Built1890–1940
ArchitectFrank Chamberlain Clark, Robert Keeney, D. R. Patrick, Barrett and Logan, others[1]
Architectural styleQueen Anne, Bungalow, Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, Romanesque Revival, other period revivals, Modernistic, others[1]
NRHP reference #79002072
Added to NRHPMarch 15, 1979

The South Oakdale Historic District comprises a primarily residential area along South Oakdale Avenue in Medford, Oregon, United States. Development of this well-preserved residential neighborhood began in 1890, soon after Medford's founding in 1883, and continued until around 1940. It became one of the city's grand neighborhoods, with many residents prominent in land development, business, agriculture, law, medicine, education, politics, and the arts. The district exhibits a wide range of architectural styles from its period of development, notably including several works by Frank Chamberlain Clark, southern Oregon's preeminent architect of the early 20th century.[1]

The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c d e Bryden, Vicki Anne (August 1978), National Register of Historic Places Inventory — Nomination Form: South Oakdale Historic District (PDF), retrieved June 29, 2014.
  2. ^ Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, Oregon Historic Sites Database, retrieved June 29, 2014.

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