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Brattain–Hadley House

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Area  less than one acre
NRHP Reference #  95001099
Opened  1893
Built  1893
Removed from NRHP  May 8, 2012
Added to NRHP  14 September 1995
Brattain–Hadley House
Location  1260 Main Street Springfield, Oregon
Architectural style  Queen Anne style architecture

The Brattain–Hadley House was located in Springfield, Oregon and was formerly listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Fire destroyed much of the house in 1997, and in 2012 a demolition contractor removed the house for safety reasons.

Paul Brattain, an 1852 pioneer, obtained a 160-acre donation land claim soon after moving from Iowa to Oregon. The Brattain farm was entirely within modern Springfield city limits.

When Brattain died in 1893, his descendants built the Queen Anne style house. Paul Hadley, Brattain's grandson, was the last of Brattain's descendants to occupy the house in the 1940s. Hadley's daughter, Mary Hadley Callis, allowed vagrants to occupy the house until the 1997 fire. The house was removed from the National Register on May 8, 2012.

References

Brattain–Hadley House Wikipedia


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