Roseland Terrace

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Garden District, Baton Rouge - Roseland Terrace Historic District
... Roseland Terrace Historic District U.S ... Private NRHP Reference# 82002770 Added to NRHP March 11, 1982 Roseland Terrace is bounded by Government, 18th, Myrtle, and 22nd Streets ...
Garden District, Baton Rouge - Roseland Terrace Historic District - Architecture and Planning
... Building in Roseland Terrace underwent a boom between about 1917 and 1930 ... The Roseland Terrace Historic District is significant in the area of architecture as an example of an early twentieth century residential neighborhood ... Moreover, with close to 300 well developed bungalows in a concentrated area, Roseland Terrace is one of the best preserved early-twentieth century neighborhoods in Louisiana.The overwhelming majority of the ...
Garden District, Baton Rouge - Roseland Terrace Historic District - History
... Baton Rouge's first subdivision, Roseland Terrace, was "staked out" in 1911 by the Zadok Realty Company, which had bought the land in 1910 for the sum of $50,000 ... held to name the development, and the winning entry was Roseland Terrace, in honor of the Cherokee roses in the area ... As can be seen in the extant houses in the district, Roseland Terrace hit its peak of popularity in the late teens and the 1920s ...

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