Supervisor's House No. 1001

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Supervisor's House No. 1001
USFS Supervisor's Residence, John Day, Oregon, 1983.jpg
Supervisor's House No. 1001 is located in Oregon
Supervisor's House No. 1001
Supervisor's House No. 1001 is located in the US
Supervisor's House No. 1001
Location Malheur National Forest, John Day, Oregon
Coordinates 44°24′42″N 118°56′56″W / 44.41167°N 118.94889°W / 44.41167; -118.94889Coordinates: 44°24′42″N 118°56′56″W / 44.41167°N 118.94889°W / 44.41167; -118.94889
Area 0.1 acres (0.040 ha)
Built 1938
Built by Civilian Conservation Corps
Architect USDA Forest Svce. Architecture Group
Architectural style Mixed (more Than 2 Styles From Different Periods), Rustic
MPS Depression-Era Buildings TR
NRHP reference # 86000833[1]
Added to NRHP April 11, 1986

The Supervisor's House No. 1001, located in Malheur National Forest in John Day, Oregon, was designed by architects of the United States Forest Service and was built by Civilian Conservation Corps labor in 1938. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. The listing included two contributing buildings, which are a 26-by-43-foot (7.9 m × 13.1 m) 1 12-story house and a detached one-car garage. Neither house nor garage has any significant decoration; both have shake exterior walls.[1][2]

The property was deemed significant as a typical example of a Civilian Conservation Corps construction project that provided employment in emergency work-relief; it also "represents the Forest Service's presence in the locality, as part of the headquarters for field operation, and denotes, via the physical facilities required to carry out the agency's expanding responsibilities, the critical transition in the Service's development from custodial superintendence to extensive resource management." Further it was an example of Rustic architecture style developed by the Region 6 architects of the Forest Service.[2]:1[3]


  1. ^ a b National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ a b E. Gail Throop (September 1984). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Supervisor's House No. 1001" (PDF). National Park Service.  (extract from larger MPS document) and accompanying photo from 1983
  3. ^ E. Gail Throop (September 1984). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: USDA Forest Service Administrative Buildings in the State of Oregon and Washington built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. / Depression-Era Buildings" (PDF). National Park Service.  (MPS document)