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Laurelhurst neighborhood is located in Northeast and Southeast Portland in the Willamette River watershed. Much of the original design of the neighborhood, influenced by John Charles Olmsted (son of Frederick Law Olmsted) is in tact, evoking the City Beautiful Movement. At the center of the neighborhood is Coe Circle, a World War I war memorial containing a gilded statue of Joan of Arc. Laurelhurst park is a centerpiece of the neighborhood, and in 2001 was named to the National Register of Historic Places, the first city park ever listed on the national register. Laurelhurst is a part of the Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Program Coalition.