Washburne Historic District
Springfield OR 97477
The Washburne Historic District in Springfield was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. It covers over 29 blocks loosely bound by A St, Pioneer Pkwy, G St and 10th St (adjacent downtown Springfield). The neighborhood includes working class homes built between the 1890s and the 1940s. Names of the original residents are posted on many of the houses. The Historic District is named for C.W. Washburne who was a prominent banker and mill owner in Springfield. He was the owner and operator of Lane County's most successful grist mills.