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National Register of Historic Places listings in Southeast Portland, Oregon

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This list presents the full set of buildings, structures, objects, sites, or districts designated on the National Register of Historic Places in Southeast Portland, Oregon, and offers brief descriptive information about each of them. The National Register recognizes places of national, state, or local historic significance across the United States.[1] Out of over 90,000 National Register sites nationwide,[2] Oregon is home to over 2,000,[3] and over one-fourth of those are found partially or wholly in Portland. While these sites are widely spread across all five of Portland's quadrants, heavy concentrations are found in the Downtown and Southwest Hills neighborhoods of the Southwest quadrant, and the Northwest District neighborhood of the Northwest quadrant.

Only historic places within the municipal boundaries of Portland are shown in this list and its companion lists for the other four quadrants. Some sites beyond city limits will appear in other lists showing "Portland" as a general locality, but are excluded here. Although Portland's legal boundaries extend into Clackamas and Washington counties, all of the city's National Register sites lie within Multnomah County.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 15, 2019.[4]

Current listingsEdit

[5] Name on the Register Image Date listed[6] Location Description
1 H. Russell Albee House October 22, 1992
(#92001332)
3360 SE Ankeny Street
45°31′19″N 122°37′43″W / 45.521988°N 122.628651°W / 45.521988; -122.628651 (H. Russell Albee House)
2 Arleta Branch Library March 15, 2016
(#16000088)
4420 SE 64th Avenue
45°29′26″N 122°35′49″W / 45.490483°N 122.597079°W / 45.490483; -122.597079 (Arleta Branch Library)
3 Auto Freight Transport Building of Oregon and Washington June 30, 2005
(#05000641)
1001 SE Water Avenue
45°30′56″N 122°39′58″W / 45.515465°N 122.666115°W / 45.515465; -122.666115 (Auto Freight Transport Building of Oregon and Washington)
4 Louis J. Bader House and Garden October 30, 1989
(#89001856)
3604 SE Oak Street
45°31′12″N 122°37′37″W / 45.519977°N 122.627075°W / 45.519977; -122.627075 (Louis J. Bader House and Garden)
5 Bagdad Theatre March 8, 1989
(#89000099)
3702–3726 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
45°30′42″N 122°37′32″W / 45.511803°N 122.625440°W / 45.511803; -122.625440 (Bagdad Theatre)
6 Barber Block February 15, 1977
(#77001109)
532–538 SE Grand Avenue
45°31′08″N 122°39′37″W / 45.518794°N 122.660386°W / 45.518794; -122.660386 (Barber Block)
7 Gustave Bartman House March 8, 1989
(#89000098)
1817 SE 12th Avenue
45°30′35″N 122°39′14″W / 45.509755°N 122.653916°W / 45.509755; -122.653916 (Gustave Bartman House)
8 Blake McFall Company Building March 9, 1990
(#90000371)
215 SE Ankeny Street
45°31′21″N 122°39′48″W / 45.522461°N 122.663229°W / 45.522461; -122.663229 (Blake McFall Company Building)
9 Charles O. and Carie C. Blakely House March 6, 2019
(#100003451)
2203 SE Pine Street
45°31′15″N 122°38′36″W / 45.520911°N 122.643234°W / 45.520911; -122.643234 (Charles O. and Carie C. Blakely House)
Portland Eastside MPS
10 USS Blueback (submarine) September 18, 2008
(#08000947)
Moored on the east bank of the Willamette River, at 1495 SE Water Avenue
45°30′28″N 122°40′01″W / 45.507833°N 122.666867°W / 45.507833; -122.666867 (USS Blueback (submarine))
This Barbel-class diesel-electric submarine, launched in 1959, was the last non-nuclear submarine to join the U.S. Navy.[7]
11 William E. Brainard House March 1, 1979
(#79002128)
5332 SE Morrison Street
45°31′02″N 122°36′29″W / 45.517298°N 122.608092°W / 45.517298; -122.608092 (William E. Brainard House)
This 1888 Italianate structure is one of the few stately homes remaining from the late-19th century period when Mount Tabor was one of Portland's most prestigious neighborhoods. It was occupied by a series of residents prominent in business, including farmer, real estate investor, and banker William E. Brainard; stock broker and investment banker George W. Davis; and dentist and dental supplier John C. Welch.[8]
12 Buckler–Henry House February 12, 1980
(#80003358)
2324 SE Ivon Street
45°30′14″N 122°38′31″W / 45.503892°N 122.641989°W / 45.503892; -122.641989 (Buckler–Henry House)
Built in 1891 by John Buckler for Charles K. Henry, who platted the neighborhood in 1890, this house is one of Portland's few remaining examples of 19th century brick residential construction. Prominent later residents included Grace Olivier Peck, who served in the Oregon House of Representatives for 22 years between 1948 and 1977.[9][10]
13 Philip Buehner House October 24, 1980
(#80003359)
5511 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
45°30′43″N 122°36′23″W / 45.512066°N 122.606354°W / 45.512066; -122.606354 (Philip Buehner House)
14 Burnside Bridge November 14, 2012
(#12000931)
Spanning the Willamette River at river mile 12.7
45°31′23″N 122°40′03″W / 45.523037°N 122.667632°W / 45.523037; -122.667632 (Burnside Bridge)
Part of the Willamette River Highway Bridges of Portland, Oregon MPS
15 Burrell Heights Apartments February 21, 1997
(#97000120)
2903–2919 SE Clay Street
45°30′41″N 122°38′09″W / 45.511360°N 122.635933°W / 45.511360; -122.635933 (Burrell Heights Apartments)
16 Walter F. Burrell House October 25, 1990
(#90001593)
2610 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
45°30′42″N 122°38′19″W / 45.511636°N 122.638741°W / 45.511636; -122.638741 (Walter F. Burrell House)
17 Samuel Cobb House May 20, 1999
(#99000607)
1314 SE 55th Avenue
45°30′48″N 122°36′23″W / 45.513247°N 122.606349°W / 45.513247; -122.606349 (Samuel Cobb House)
18 John Deere Plow Company Building March 8, 1989
(#89000097)
215 SE Morrison Street
45°31′03″N 122°39′48″W / 45.517553°N 122.663344°W / 45.517553; -122.663344 (John Deere Plow Company Building)
19 Douglas Building March 8, 1989
(#89000096)
3525–3541 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
45°30′44″N 122°37′41″W / 45.512225°N 122.627971°W / 45.512225; -122.627971 (Douglas Building)
20 Edward D. Dupont House March 8, 1989
(#89000095)
3326 SE Main Street
45°30′48″N 122°37′49″W / 45.513390°N 122.630363°W / 45.513390; -122.630363 (Edward D. Dupont House)
21 East Portland Branch, Public Library of Multnomah County September 8, 1987
(#87001491)
1110 SE Alder Street
45°31′04″N 122°39′15″W / 45.517716°N 122.654294°W / 45.517716; -122.654294 (East Portland Branch, Public Library of Multnomah County)
This 1911 library, designed by Portland architect A.E. Doyle and built with funding from the Carnegie Foundation, became one of the earliest public library branches outside downtown Portland. It has since been converted to an office building.[11]
22 East Portland Grand Avenue Historic District March 4, 1991
(#91000126)
Along SE Grand Avenue within the rectangle bounded by SE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, SE Ankeny Street, SE 7th Avenue, and SE Main Street.[12]
45°31′04″N 122°39′39″W / 45.517861°N 122.660766°W / 45.517861; -122.660766 (East Portland Grand Avenue Historic District)
23 Enterprise Planing Mill March 2, 2006
(#06000097)
50 SE Yamhill Street
45°30′56″N 122°39′56″W / 45.515598°N 122.665498°W / 45.515598; -122.665498 (Enterprise Planing Mill)
24 Eugenia Apartments March 8, 1989
(#89000094)
1314 SE Salmon Street
45°30′51″N 122°39′08″W / 45.514144°N 122.652193°W / 45.514144; -122.652193 (Eugenia Apartments)
25 Franklin W. Farrer House March 8, 1989
(#89000093)
2706 SE Yamhill Street
45°30′56″N 122°38′17″W / 45.515510°N 122.637927°W / 45.515510; -122.637927 (Franklin W. Farrer House)
26 William D. Fenton House August 29, 1979
(#79002145)
626 SE 16th Avenue
45°31′05″N 122°38′57″W / 45.518144°N 122.649305°W / 45.518144; -122.649305 (William D. Fenton House)
27 Thaddeus Fisher House March 8, 1989
(#89000092)
913–915 SE 33rd Avenue
45°30′58″N 122°37′53″W / 45.516186°N 122.631275°W / 45.516186; -122.631275 (Thaddeus Fisher House)
28 Frances Building and Echo Theater January 28, 1994
(#93001566)
3628–3646 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
45°30′42″N 122°37′34″W / 45.511804°N 122.626054°W / 45.511804; -122.626054 (Frances Building and Echo Theater)
29 Frigidaire Building March 8, 1989
(#89000091)
230 E Burnside Street
45°31′22″N 122°39′47″W / 45.522717°N 122.663019°W / 45.522717; -122.663019 (Frigidaire Building)
30 Gatehouse, Portland City Reservoir No. 2 June 1, 1990
(#90000834)
6007 SE Division Street
45°30′20″N 122°36′05″W / 45.505548°N 122.601404°W / 45.505548; -122.601404 (Gatehouse, Portland City Reservoir No. 2)
31 Genoa Building June 13, 1997
(#97000580)
2832 SE Belmont Street
45°30′59″N 122°38′11″W / 45.516265°N 122.636330°W / 45.516265; -122.636330 (Genoa Building)
32 Elizabeth B. Gowanlock House March 8, 1989
(#89000089)
808 SE 28th Avenue
45°31′01″N 122°38′13″W / 45.516982°N 122.636847°W / 45.516982; -122.636847 (Elizabeth B. Gowanlock House)
33 Thomas Graham Building March 5, 1992
(#92000134)
6031 SE Stark Street
45°31′10″N 122°36′06″W / 45.519400°N 122.601642°W / 45.519400; -122.601642 (Thomas Graham Building)
34 Grand Central Public Market November 15, 2006
(#06001034)
808 SE Morrison Street
45°31′01″N 122°39′26″W / 45.516849°N 122.657158°W / 45.516849; -122.657158 (Grand Central Public Market)
35 Harry A. and Ada Green House September 30, 2013
(#13000805)
3316 SE Ankeny Street
45°31′18″N 122°37′45″W / 45.521802°N 122.629299°W / 45.521802; -122.629299 (Harry A. and Ada Green House)
36 Hawthorne Bridge November 14, 2012
(#12000932)
Spanning the Willamette River at river mile 13.1
45°30′48″N 122°40′15″W / 45.513204°N 122.670937°W / 45.513204; -122.670937 (Hawthorne Bridge)
Part of the Willamette River Highway Bridges of Portland, Oregon MPS
37 Rachel Louise Hawthorne House March 8, 1989
(#89000090)
1007 SE 12th Avenue
45°30′56″N 122°39′14″W / 45.515635°N 122.653885°W / 45.515635; -122.653885 (Rachel Louise Hawthorne House)
38 Herschell–Spillman Noah's Ark Carousel August 26, 1987
(#87001380)
5 SE Spokane Street
45°28′22″N 122°39′44″W / 45.472742°N 122.662125°W / 45.472742; -122.662125 (Herschell–Spillman Noah's Ark Carousel)
39 James Hickey House October 17, 1990
(#90001514)
6719 SE 29th Avenue
45°28′28″N 122°38′01″W / 45.474307°N 122.633719°W / 45.474307; -122.633719 (James Hickey House)
40 William B. Holden House May 20, 1999
(#99000605)
6347 SE Yamhill Street
45°30′54″N 122°35′57″W / 45.514929°N 122.599266°W / 45.514929; -122.599266 (William B. Holden House)
Boundary decrease November 4, 2016.
41 International Harvester Company Warehouse March 8, 1989
(#89000088)
79 SE Taylor Street
45°30′55″N 122°39′54″W / 45.515305°N 122.665061°W / 45.515305; -122.665061 (International Harvester Company Warehouse)
42 Italian Gardeners and Ranchers Association Market Building March 8, 1989
(#89000087)
1305–1337 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
45°30′48″N 122°39′44″W / 45.513315°N 122.662299°W / 45.513315; -122.662299 (Italian Gardeners and Ranchers Association Market Building)
43 Jacobs–Wilson House December 10, 1981
(#81000516)
6461 SE Thorburn Street
45°31′15″N 122°35′51″W / 45.520843°N 122.597401°W / 45.520843; -122.597401 (Jacobs–Wilson House)
44 Jones Cash Store October 4, 2005
(#05001148)
111 SE Belmont Street
45°31′01″N 122°39′52″W / 45.516879°N 122.664493°W / 45.516879; -122.664493 (Jones Cash Store)
45 Clarence H. Jones House March 8, 1989
(#89000085)
1834 SE Ankeny Street
45°31′19″N 122°38′48″W / 45.521993°N 122.646698°W / 45.521993; -122.646698 (Clarence H. Jones House)
46 Joseph Kendall House August 29, 1979
(#79002134)
3908–3916 SE Taggart Street
45°30′09″N 122°37′20″W / 45.502417°N 122.622304°W / 45.502417; -122.622304 (Joseph Kendall House)
47 F. M. Knight Building March 8, 1989
(#89000086)
3300 SE Belmont Street
45°30′59″N 122°37′51″W / 45.516303°N 122.630721°W / 45.516303; -122.630721 (F. M. Knight Building)
48 Nettie Krouse Fourplex March 8, 1989
(#89000084)
2106–2112 SE Main Street
45°30′48″N 122°38′39″W / 45.513428°N 122.644227°W / 45.513428; -122.644227 (Nettie Krouse Fourplex)
49 Henry Kuehle Investment Property March 8, 1989
(#89000083)
201–213 SE 12th Avenue
45°31′17″N 122°39′14″W / 45.521308°N 122.653851°W / 45.521308; -122.653851 (Henry Kuehle Investment Property)
50 Ladd's Addition Historic District August 31, 1988
(#88001310)
Bounded by SE Division Street, SE Hawthorne Boulevard, ane SE 12th and 20th Avenues
45°30′31″N 122°38′58″W / 45.508539°N 122.649413°W / 45.508539; -122.649413 (Ladd's Addition Historic District)
51 Laurelhurst Historic District March 18, 2019
(#100003462)
Roughly bounded by SE Stark Street, NE Senate Street, and 44th and 32nd Avenues
45°31′18″N 122°37′23″W / 45.521717°N 122.622936°W / 45.521717; -122.622936 (Laurelhurst Historic District)
Historic Residential Suburbs in the United States, 1830-1960 MPS
(Also in NE Portland.)
52 Laurelhurst Manor Apartments October 3, 1996
(#96001069)
3100 SE Ankeny Street
45°31′19″N 122°37′58″W / 45.521895°N 122.632779°W / 45.521895; -122.632779 (Laurelhurst Manor Apartments)
53 Laurelhurst Park February 16, 2001
(#01000134)
3554 SE Ankeny Street
45°31′17″N 122°37′35″W / 45.521290°N 122.626500°W / 45.521290; -122.626500 (Laurelhurst Park)
54 George P. Lent Investment Properties March 8, 1989
(#89000082)
1921–1927 SE 7th Avenue and 621–637 SE Harrison Street
45°30′32″N 122°39′33″W / 45.508883°N 122.659052°W / 45.508883; -122.659052 (George P. Lent Investment Properties)
55 Lone Fir Cemetery August 16, 2007
(#07000824)
2115 SE Morrison Street
45°31′05″N 122°38′32″W / 45.518056°N 122.642222°W / 45.518056; -122.642222 (Lone Fir Cemetery)
Pioneer cemetery formally established in 1855, the oldest interment dating to 1846.[13] It provides the final resting place of a broad cross-section of Portland society, from many of its most prominent citizens[14] to over 1,100 early Chinese American immigrants.[15]
56 Claude Hayes Miller House May 20, 1999
(#99000606)
13051 SE Claybourne Street
45°28′30″N 122°31′43″W / 45.474999°N 122.528748°W / 45.474999; -122.528748 (Claude Hayes Miller House)
57 Mizpah Presbyterian Church of East Portland May 19, 1983
(#83002174)
2456–2462 SE Tamarack Avenue
45°30′19″N 122°38′48″W / 45.505226°N 122.646800°W / 45.505226; -122.646800 (Mizpah Presbyterian Church of East Portland)
58 Wilhelmina Mohle House March 8, 1989
(#89000081)
734 SE 34th Avenue
45°31′02″N 122°37′45″W / 45.517305°N 122.629276°W / 45.517305; -122.629276 (Wilhelmina Mohle House)
59 Monastery of the Precious Blood February 14, 1985
(#85000294)
1208 SE 76th Avenue
45°30′51″N 122°35′05″W / 45.514144°N 122.584725°W / 45.514144; -122.584725 (Monastery of the Precious Blood)
60 Morrison Bridge November 14, 2012
(#12000933)
Spanning the Willamette River at river mile 12.8
45°31′04″N 122°40′11″W / 45.517895°N 122.669692°W / 45.517895; -122.669692 (Morrison Bridge)
Part of the Willamette River Highway Bridges of Portland, Oregon MPS
61 Mount Tabor Park September 22, 2004
(#04001065)
Roughly bounded by SE Division Street, SE 60th Avenue, SE Yamhill Street, and SE Mountainview Drive
45°30′43″N 122°35′39″W / 45.511886°N 122.594296°W / 45.511886; -122.594296 (Mount Tabor Park)
62 Mount Tabor Park Reservoirs Historic District January 15, 2004
(#03001446)
1900 SE Reservoir Loop
45°30′40″N 122°35′47″W / 45.511133°N 122.596402°W / 45.511133; -122.596402 (Mount Tabor Park Reservoirs Historic District)
63 William O. Munsell House March 8, 1989
(#89000080)
1507 SE Alder Street
45°31′05″N 122°39′01″W / 45.518113°N 122.650352°W / 45.518113; -122.650352 (William O. Munsell House)
64 Paul C. Murphy House February 28, 1991
(#91000145)
3574 E Burnside Street
45°31′22″N 122°37′33″W / 45.522881°N 122.625848°W / 45.522881; -122.625848 (Paul C. Murphy House)
65 Otto W. and Ida L. Nelson House August 2, 2001
(#01000831)
203 SE 15th Avenue
45°31′17″N 122°39′03″W / 45.521319°N 122.650861°W / 45.521319; -122.650861 (Otto W. and Ida L. Nelson House)
66 New Logus Block February 1, 1980
(#80003371)
523–535 SE Grand Avenue
45°31′08″N 122°39′40″W / 45.518881°N 122.661089°W / 45.518881; -122.661089 (New Logus Block)
67 Olympic Cereal Mill March 8, 1989
(#89000115)
107 SE Washington Street
45°31′09″N 122°39′51″W / 45.519035°N 122.664268°W / 45.519035; -122.664268 (Olympic Cereal Mill)
68 Oregon Portland Cement Building March 8, 1989
(#89000114)
111 SE Madison Street
45°30′47″N 122°39′52″W / 45.513107°N 122.664476°W / 45.513107; -122.664476 (Oregon Portland Cement Building)
69 Oriental Apartments October 15, 1992
(#92001377)
3562 SE Harrison Street
45°30′31″N 122°37′38″W / 45.508628°N 122.627204°W / 45.508628; -122.627204 (Oriental Apartments)
70 Osborn Hotel March 27, 1980
(#80003373)
203–207 SE Grand Avenue
45°31′17″N 122°39′40″W / 45.521350°N 122.660996°W / 45.521350; -122.660996 (Osborn Hotel)
71 Palestine Lodge October 4, 2005
(#05001149)
6401 SE Foster Road
45°29′24″N 122°35′48″W / 45.490120°N 122.596599°W / 45.490120; -122.596599 (Palestine Lodge)
72 Martin Parelius Fourplex March 8, 1989
(#89000112)
423–439 SE 28th Avenue
45°31′10″N 122°38′15″W / 45.519463°N 122.637544°W / 45.519463; -122.637544 (Martin Parelius Fourplex)
73 Peacock Lane Historic District October 30, 2017
(#100001774)
Roughly along SE Peacock Lane between SE Stark and Belmont Streets
45°31′05″N 122°37′18″W / 45.518°N 122.6218°W / 45.518; -122.6218 (Peacock Lane Historic District)
74 Charles Piper Building March 8, 1989
(#89000111)
3610–3624 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
45°30′43″N 122°37′35″W / 45.511868°N 122.626384°W / 45.511868; -122.626384 (Charles Piper Building)
75 James S. Polhemus House March 8, 1989
(#89000110)
135 SE 16th Avenue
45°31′18″N 122°38′59″W / 45.521613°N 122.649807°W / 45.521613; -122.649807 (James S. Polhemus House)
76 Portland Fire Station No. 7 May 8, 1989
(#89000109)
1036 SE Stark Street
45°31′09″N 122°39′18″W / 45.519138°N 122.654884°W / 45.519138; -122.654884 (Portland Fire Station No. 7)
77 Portland Fire Station No. 23 May 8, 1989
(#89000108)
1917 SE 7th Avenue
45°30′33″N 122°39′33″W / 45.509057°N 122.659067°W / 45.509057; -122.659067 (Portland Fire Station No. 23)
78 Portland General Electric Company Station "L" Group December 2, 1985
(#85003090)
1841 SE Water Street
45°30′31″N 122°39′59″W / 45.508718°N 122.666494°W / 45.508718; -122.666494 (Portland General Electric Company Station "L" Group)
79 Portland Railway, Light and Power Sellwood Division Carbarn Office and Clubhouse June 20, 2002
(#02000670)
8825 SE 11th Avenue
45°27′32″N 122°39′19″W / 45.458909°N 122.655321°W / 45.458909; -122.655321 (Portland Railway, Light and Power Sellwood Division Carbarn Office and Clubhouse)
80 Portland Sanitarium Nurses' Quarters July 3, 2017
(#100001275)
6012 SE Yamhill Street
45°30′57″N 122°36′06″W / 45.515736°N 122.601640°W / 45.515736; -122.601640 (Portland Sanitarium Nurses' Quarters)
81 Johan Poulsen House March 14, 1977
(#77001113)
3040 SE McLoughlin Boulevard
45°30′03″N 122°39′36″W / 45.500957°N 122.660039°W / 45.500957; -122.660039 (Johan Poulsen House)
82 Capt. George Raabe House March 8, 1989
(#89000107)
1506–1508 SE Taylor Street
45°30′53″N 122°39′01″W / 45.514858°N 122.650400°W / 45.514858; -122.650400 (Capt. George Raabe House)
83 Jessie M. Raymond House March 8, 1989
(#89000106)
2944 SE Taylor Street
45°30′53″N 122°38′06″W / 45.514806°N 122.635131°W / 45.514806; -122.635131 (Jessie M. Raymond House)
84 Jacques and Amelia Reinhart House December 2, 1985
(#85003081)
7821 SE 30th Avenue
45°28′04″N 122°37′58″W / 45.467682°N 122.632717°W / 45.467682; -122.632717 (Jacques and Amelia Reinhart House)
85 St. John's Episcopal Church December 27, 1974
(#74001712)
455 SE Spokane Street
45°27′55″N 122°39′41″W / 45.465286°N 122.661361°W / 45.465286; -122.661361 (St. John's Episcopal Church)
86 W. S. Salmon House January 21, 1994
(#93001496)
923 SE 13th Avenue
45°30′58″N 122°39′10″W / 45.516068°N 122.652900°W / 45.516068; -122.652900 (W. S. Salmon House)
87 San Farlando Apartments February 21, 1997
(#97000122)
2903–2925 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
45°30′44″N 122°38′09″W / 45.512269°N 122.635809°W / 45.512269; -122.635809 (San Farlando Apartments)
88 Santa Barbara Apartments March 8, 1989
(#89000105)
2052 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
45°30′43″N 122°38′40″W / 45.511840°N 122.644457°W / 45.511840; -122.644457 (Santa Barbara Apartments)
89 Leslie M. Scott House March 8, 1989
(#89000104)
2936 SE Taylor Street
45°30′53″N 122°38′07″W / 45.514794°N 122.635309°W / 45.514794; -122.635309 (Leslie M. Scott House)
90 Sellwood Branch YMCA November 15, 2006
(#06001033)
1436 SE Spokane Street
45°27′53″N 122°39′04″W / 45.464807°N 122.651232°W / 45.464807; -122.651232 (Sellwood Branch YMCA)
91 Henry Sensel Building March 8, 1989
(#89000103)
3556–3562 SE Hawthorne Boulevard
45°30′43″N 122°37′39″W / 45.511874°N 122.627383°W / 45.511874; -122.627383 (Henry Sensel Building)
92 John and Sarah Sheffield House March 1, 1991
(#91000139)
4272 SE Washington Street
45°31′06″N 122°37′05″W / 45.518370°N 122.618031°W / 45.518370; -122.618031 (John and Sarah Sheffield House)
93 Charles O. Sigglin Flats March 7, 2019
(#100003453)
701–709 SE 16th Avenue
45°31′04″N 122°38′59″W / 45.517761°N 122.649819°W / 45.517761; -122.649819 (Charles O. Sigglin Flats)
Portland Eastside MPS
94 Blaine Smith House June 19, 1991
(#91000798)
5219 SE Belmont Street
45°31′01″N 122°36′33″W / 45.516821°N 122.609132°W / 45.516821; -122.609132 (Blaine Smith House)
95 Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway Steam Locomotive January 25, 2006
(#05001557)
Oregon Rail Heritage Center,
2250 SE Water Avenue[16]

45°30′26″N 122°39′43″W / 45.507297°N 122.661838°W / 45.507297; -122.661838 (Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway Steam Locomotive)
Unmodified since its manufacture in 1938 and still fully functional, SP&S 700 represents the zenith of steam locomotive technology and practice at the end of the "Age of Steam". By 2006, it was the third-largest and second-most powerful steam locomotive remaining in the world.[17]
96 James B. Stephens House February 21, 1997
(#97000134)
1825 SE 12th Avenue
45°30′35″N 122°39′14″W / 45.509633°N 122.653991°W / 45.509633; -122.653991 (James B. Stephens House)
97 Troy Laundry Building March 8, 1989
(#89000102)
1025 SE Pine Street
45°31′15″N 122°39′19″W / 45.520954°N 122.655196°W / 45.520954; -122.655196 (Troy Laundry Building)
98 Herman Vetter House June 4, 1992
(#92000660)
5830 SE Taylor Street
45°30′52″N 122°36′12″W / 45.514494°N 122.603437°W / 45.514494; -122.603437 (Herman Vetter House)
99 John M. Wallace Fourplex May 8, 1989
(#89000101)
3645–3655 SE Yamhill Street
45°30′57″N 122°37′34″W / 45.515885°N 122.626058°W / 45.515885; -122.626058 (John M. Wallace Fourplex)
100 Washington High School November 9, 2015
(#15000779)
1300 SE Stark Street
45°31′08″N 122°39′08″W / 45.518929°N 122.652137°W / 45.518929; -122.652137 (Washington High School)
101 Alfred Webb Investment Properties March 8, 1989
(#89000100)
822 SE 15th Avenue and 1503–1517 SE Belmont Street
45°31′00″N 122°39′01″W / 45.516744°N 122.650281°W / 45.516744; -122.650281 (Alfred Webb Investment Properties)
102 Wells–Guthrie House February 23, 1990
(#90000278)
6651 SE Scott Drive
45°31′06″N 122°35′42″W / 45.518223°N 122.594933°W / 45.518223; -122.594933 (Wells–Guthrie House)
103 Nathaniel West Buildings April 26, 1984
(#84003095)
711–719 SE Grand Avenue
45°31′03″N 122°39′40″W / 45.517586°N 122.661014°W / 45.517586; -122.661014 (Nathaniel West Buildings)
104 West's Block October 10, 1980
(#80003378)
701–707 SE Grand Avenue
45°31′04″N 122°39′40″W / 45.517794°N 122.661008°W / 45.517794; -122.661008 (West's Block)
105 Willamette National Cemetery July 5, 2016
(#16000426)
11800 SE Mount Scott Boulevard
45°27′43″N 122°32′26″W / 45.461949°N 122.540464°W / 45.461949; -122.540464 (Willamette National Cemetery)
106 Yale Union Laundry Building July 19, 2007
(#07000759)
800 SE 10th Avenue
45°31′01″N 122°39′20″W / 45.516839°N 122.655463°W / 45.516839; -122.655463 (Yale Union Laundry Building)

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ReferencesEdit

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