Photographs and History of early Eugene Oregon structures and locations.
Monday, March 19, 2012
This two story double bayed Italianate, was built circa 1880, on the northeast corner of 6th and Olive, by Southern Pacific Employee L. J. Adair. Adair later sold the house to Fred Wald who used the house as his residence and as a boarding house. By the 1950's the house was the "Flynn Apartments" and looking worse for wear, though basically intact. The house was raised in 1957 for the construction of the addition to the downtown Post Office.