Talk:National Register of Historic Places listings in Coos County, Oregon
|WikiProject National Register of Historic Places||(Rated List-class, Mid-importance)|
|WikiProject Oregon||(Rated List-class, Low-importance)|
When table-izing, the following 2 questions were left unresolved:
- Proper name for A. H. Black one. ( Is name "A. H. Black and Company Building" right now? I edited it to my best guess of what name should be. If/when that article is set up, should also set up a redirect from Black, A. H. and Company, Building as it appears in NRIS )
- In Coos Bay, Marshfield's South Fifth Street Historic District is not in table. Is this newer than 4/2008, or is it not NRHP-listed?
- Thanks Aboutmovies! Ah, that NPS new listings report from August 8, 2003 shows it was determined eligible, but not actually listed. Hmm. From correspondence i saw on some NYS historic districts, I think that basically a vote is taken by property owners in a proposed district, and the district is listed only if the vote is high enough (not sure what percentage). I suspect that's what happened here, there was a proposal and all the documentation of the historical importance and all, but the owners didn't vote in high enough percentage. The NPS new listings full statement is: "OREGON, COOS COUNTY, Marshfield's South Fifth Street Historic District, Roughly 900, 800, 700 blks of S. Fifth St., also portions of Hall, Ingersoll and Johnson Aves., Coos Bay, 03000034, DETERMINED ELIGIBLE, 2/14/03". About how to handle it in this list-article, I don't know. I know of no precedent in describing such a historic district situation in any other state. doncram (talk) 09:01, 11 May 2009 (UTC)