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"Prof" denotes an unclassified Professorville home. "*" indicates that the house displays a centennial plaque.
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Dartmouth Street, part of College Terrace, was named for Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, (est. 1769).
2150
2150 Dartmouth Street
1906*; Barn 1907 4 Marchmont Club; Barn: Albert Coburn
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According to a note on the zoning map, Diablo Court got its name because Mt. Diablo, in Contra Costa County, is visible.
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Going up San Juan Hill from Mayfield Avenue, Dolores Street was named for the common name of Mission San Francisco de Asis in San Francisco.
761
761 Dolores, Stanford
1913   Ralph Follmer Lewis and Anna Terman home 1916-1956
762 Dolores, Stanford 1929   Charles Sumner No photo yet
773
773 Dolores, Stanford
1917 HHT 2004 chimney
Another view
776 Dolores, Stanford 1909   No photo yet
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Dymond Court, accessed by a narrow lane off Cowper Street, was named for Jack and Katherine Dymond who owned the property.
477
477 Dymond Court
478
478 Dymond Court
479
479 Dymond Court
480
480 Dymond Court
482
482 Dymond Court
483
483 Dymond Court
486
486 Dymond Court

 

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