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"SHS" designates homes on a Stanford Historical Society tour. "*" indicates that the house displays a centennial plaque.
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Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Fife Avenue was named for the Fife family. Dr. George Fife, had a medical proctice in San Francisco. He and hs wife spent summers in Palo Alto at 908 Boyce Avenue. That house was destroyed by fire in 1939.
991
991 Fife
 
1101
1101 Fife
 
1111
1111 Fife
 
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Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
According to Guy Miller, Palo Alto historian, Florence Street was named by early property owner H. F. Perry, for his fiancee, Florence.
403
401- 403 Florence Street
1904 2  
418
418–420 Florence Street
1893/ 1983 3  
431
431 Florence Street
     

461
461 Florence Street
1973   corner stone
Masonic Center;
rebuilt after fire
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Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Forest Avenue (and Court) are located in an area noted for its oaks. The 400 block was the site of several early residences.
160
160 Forest Avenue
     
332 Forest
332 Forest Avenue
     
Laning Chateau
345 Forest Avenue
1927 2 J.C. Hladik fountain
Laning Chateau
360
360 Forest Avenue
1930 4 detail
Casa Real
446
446 Forest Avenue
1895   historic photos
Historic photos
545 Forest
545 Forest Avenue
1905 2      
644
644 Forest Avenue
1912
demolished
652
652 Forest Avenue
1911
680
680 Forest Avenue
1916 4 2003 Preservation Award
705
705 Forest Avenue
1922
721
721 Forest Avenue
Tinney family home
736
736 Forest Avenue
1916 4
804
804 Forest Avenue
1921 4
850 Forest Avenue 1907
1001
1001 Forest Avenue
1894 4 2002 Preservatiion Award 2002 HHT H.L. Upham Historic photo
1002
1002 Forest Avenue/962 Boyce
  2002 Preservatiion Award
1012
1012 Forest Avenue
1023
1023 Forest Avenue
1896 2 2002 Preservatiion Award 2002 HHT
1032
1032 Forest Avenue
2005
1055
1055 Forest Avenue
1896 4 Landmark Historic Residence
2002 Preservatiion Award
1056
1056 Forest Avenue
1936  
1078
1078 Forest Avenue
1905 2002 Preservatiion Award
1081
1081 Forest Avenue
  2002 Preservatiion Award
1105
1105 Forest Avenue
1995   Previously 1105
1145
1145 Forest Avenue
1889 2 2002 Preservatiion Award 1995 and 2002 HHTs Ashby House
1271
1271 Forest Avenue
1936 4
1009
1009 Forest Court
1896 2 2002 Preservatiion Award 2002 HHT Carriage house and water tower for 1001 Forest
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Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
710
710 Frenchman's Road
1925   2012 SHS Birge Clark
Hanna Honeycomb House
737 Frenchman's Road
1936   SHS Frank Lloyd Wright Hanna Honeycomb House
773 Frenchman's Road 1940        
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Fulton Street was named for a noted Reno, Nevada resident, Robert Lardin Fulton, author of The Epic of the Overland, who purchased property in Palo Alto. It is commonly referred to as "Christmas Tree Lane" since 1940 when lighted trees and decorations first were displayed.
130
130 Fulton Street
   
200
200 Fulton Street
   
inventory photo
212 Fulton Street
1919 4   Craftsman
215
215 Fulton Street
1908 3   G. W. Mosher, builder Mission Revival; identical to 225 Fulton and
575 575 Hawthorne
216
216 Fulton Street
1913 4 H.J. Ross, owner/builder Cost to build: $2,650
222
222 Fulton Street
1914     Cost to build: $2,500 Warren and B. E. Garcelon were original owners.
225
225 Fulton Street
1908 3   G. W. Mosher, builder Mission Revival; identical to 215 Fulton and 575 Hawthorne
311
311 Fulton Street
312
312 Fulton Street
320
320 Fulton Street
321
321 Fulton Street
1909 *
328
328 Fulton Street
329
329 Fulton Street
Demolished 2012
336
336 Fulton Street
344
344 Fulton Street
1911
345
345 Fulton Street
352
352 Fulton Street
355
355 Fulton Street
357
357 Fulton Street
1908 *
360
360 Fulton Street
422
422 Fulton Street
1895 4
618
618 Fulton Street
1907 *
640
640 Fulton Street
1895/6 1978 photo
1057
1057 Fulton Street
1726
1726 Fulton Street
1731
1731 Fulton Street
1734
1734 Fulton Street
1936 2000 HHT C. W. Kemper Christmas Tree Lane; Tudor Revival
1745
1745 Fulton Street
1748
1748 Fulton Street
1775 Fulton Street 1937 2000 HHT George D. English, architect; H. H. Dabinett. builder Christmas Tree Lane; Carmel bungalow

1810 Fulton Street
1931 2000 HHT Olaf Ogren owner/builder Christmas Tree Lane; Tudor Revival
1833 Fulton Street 1930 2000 HHT Christmas Tree Lane; Spanish Revival
1861 Fulton Street 1936 2000 HHT A. G. Frykman, builder Christmas Tree Lane; Colonial Revival

 

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