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"Prof" denotes an unclassified Professorville home. "*" indicates that the owner accepted a centennial plaque.
Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Edward Everett Hale (1822–1909) was the nephew of Edward Everett and the grand–nephew of Nathan Hale. He is best know for writing The Man Without a Country.

400
400 Hale Street
 
407
407 Hale Street
 
420
420 Hale Street
 
425
425 Hale Street
425 with large construction next door
440
440 Hale Street
 
499
4xx Hale Street
2010 construction
460
460 Hale Street
 
483
483 Hale Street
  apartments
509
509 Hale Street
1897 2 W.T. Rhodes
527
527 Hale Street
       
550
550 Hale Street
 
555
555 Hale Street
 
567
567 Hale Street
1904 2 1995 HHT Bliss and Faville architects
576
576 Hale Street
       
625
625 Hale Street
1925 4 Wolfe & Higgins, architect; John Dudfield, builder
645
645 Hale Street
new
650
650 Hale Street
 
655
655 Hale Street
recently enlarged   655 before
before
656
656 Hale Street
c. 1935
664
664 Hale Street
 
665
665 Hale Street
 
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Hamilton Avenue and Court were named for the American statesman Alexander Hamilton (1757–1804).
38 Hamilton Court 1959 1995 HHT No photo yet
116–122 Hamilton Avenue Birge Clark
150
150156158 Hamilton Avenue
 
177
177 Hamilton Avenue
200
200–230 Hamilton Avenue
Birge Clark
201
201–205 Hamilton Avenue
1909 2 Downing Block
235
231-247 Hamilton Avenue
1924 3 Ramona Street Architectural District W. H. Weeks, architect Cardinal Hotel
236
236 Hamilton Avenue
1920's 2009 Preservation Award (before)   Originally a drive-through feed and fuel business
city Hall
250 Hamilton Avenue
City Hall
261
261–267 Hamilton Avenue
1927 3 Ramona Street Architectural District Birge Clark Medico-Dental Building
300
300 Hamilton Avenue
Birge Clark
Post Office
380 Hamilton Avenue
1932 1 National Register Birge and David Clark, architects U.S. Post Office
565
565 Hamilton Avenue
1899  

625
625 Hamilton Avenue
  First United Methodist Church
730
730 Hamilton Avenue
1909
731
731 Hamilton Avenue
750
750 Hamilton Avenue
755
755 Hamilton Avenue
762
762 Hamilton Avenue
one of pair
765
765 Hamilton Avenue
766
766 Hamilton Avenue
one of pair
771
771 Hamilton Avenue
1912
775
775 Hamilton Avenue
780
780 Hamilton Avenue
1931 3 William Klay, architect
811
811 Hamilton Avenue
820
820 Hamilton Avenue
821
821 Hamilton Avenue
new
825
825 Hamilton Avenue
flag lot
827
827 Hamilton Avenue
new
830
830 Hamilton Avenue
833
833 Hamilton Avenue
1917
840
840 Hamilton Avenue
Harold Stormer
850
850 Hamilton Avenue
855
855 Hamilton Avenue
1916 2012 HHT Charles Sumner
860
860 Hamilton Avenue
865
865 Hamilton Avenue
870
870 Hamilton Avenue
880
880 Hamilton Avenue
900
900 Hamilton Avenue
909
909 Hamilton Avenue
915
915 Hamilton Avenue
920
920 Hamilton Avenue
925
925 Hamilton Avenue
1908
938
938 Hamilton Avenue
951
951 Hamilton Avenue
1908 1995 HHT
955
955 Hamilton Avenue
Birge Clark, architect
964
964 Hamilton Avenue
1922 4
972
972 Hamilton Avenue
975
975 Hamilton Avenue
1909 2012 HHT
1001
1001 Hamilton Avenue
1030
1030 Hamilton Avenue
1031
1031 Hamilton Avenue
1044
1044 Hamilton Avenue
1110
1110 Hamilton Avenue
demolished 1897 "neat cottage"
1120
1120 Hamilton Avenue
Birge Clark, architect
1220
1220 Hamilton Avenue
1938 2 Birge Clark, architect
1266
1266 Hamilton Avenue
1934 4 William Klay, architect
1300
1300 Hamilton Avenue
1903 4 A. Aro and N.J. Okerman, architects Built by James Wells for Charles Williams, a shipmaster.
1412
1412 Hamilton Avenue
1933 2007 HHT
1424
1424 Hamilton Avenue
1930 4
1436
1436 Hamilton Avenue
new 2015
1437
1437 Hamilton Avenue
1440
1440 Hamilton Avenue
1441
1441 Hamilton Avenue
1443
1443 Hamilton Avenue
1444
1444 Hamilton Avenue
1445
1445 Hamilton Avenue
Built for Josephine and Frank Duveneck
1448
1448 Hamilton Avenue
1450
1450 Hamilton Avenue
1451
1451 Hamilton Avenue
Threatened
1452
1452 Hamilton Avenue
1454
1454 Hamilton Avenue
1457
1457 Hamilton Avenue
Threatened
1459
1459 Hamilton Avenue
Threatened
1460
1460 Hamilton Avenue
1464
1464 Hamilton Avenue
1467
1467 Hamilton Avenue
1468
1468 Hamilton Avenue
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Located in College Terrace, it is named for Hanover College, founded in 1827 in Hanover, Indiana.
2010
2010 Hanover Street
2050
2050 Hanover Street
1938 4 Antonio Drago, builder one of 6 streamline cottages
2051
2051 Hanover Street
2056
2056 Hanover Street
1938 4 Antonio Drago, builder one of 6 streamline cottages
2062
2062 Hanover Street
1938 4 Antonio Drago, builder one of 6 streamline cottages
2065
2065 Hanover Street
2068
2068 Hanover Street
1938 4 Antonio Drago, builder one of 6 streamline cottages
2071
2071 Hanover Street
2074
2074 Hanover Street
1938 4 Antonio Drago, builder one of 6 streamline cottages (2074 and 2080)

2075
2075 Hanover Street
  at rear between 2071 and 2081
2080
2080 Hanover Street
1938 4 Antonio Drago, builder one of 6 streamline cottages (2074 and 2080)
2081
2081 Hanover Street
2100
2100 Hanover Street
2109
2109 Hanover Street
2110
2110 Hanover Street
2111
2111 Hanover Street
2120
2120 Hanover Street
2130
2130 Hanover Street
2131
2131 Hanover Street
2133
2133 Hanover Street
2135
2135 Hanover Street
2150
2150 Hanover Street
2151
2151 Hanover Street
1893 * 4 Welakahao [eating] Club
2185
2185 Hanover Street
2230
2230 Hanover Street
one of a pair
2240
2240 Hanover Street
one of a pair
2241
2241 Hanover Street
2250
2250 Hanover Street
2257
2257 Hanover Street
A. B. Clark Boyhood home of Birge Clark
2260
2260 Hanover Street
2280
2280 Hanover Street
2285
2285 Hanover Street
2300
2300 Hanover Street
2301
2301 Hanover Street
1938 4 Pedro de Lemos One of group of 3 cottages with a brick and tile chimney
2305
2305 Hanover Street
1938 4 Pedro de Lemos One of group of 3 cottages with a brick and tile chimney
2310
2310 Hanover Street
2311
2311 Hanover Street
1938 4 Pedro de Lemos One of group of 3 cottages with a brick and tile chimney
2321
2321 Hanover Street
2326
2326 Hanover Street
2331
2331 Hanover Street
2341
2341 Hanover Street
2344
2344 Hanover Street
2349
2349 Hanover Street
2357
2357 Hanover Street
2390
2390 Hanover Street
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
According to Guy Miller, this street was named for the daughter of Palo Alto pioneer G. M. Morton. He served on the Board of directors for the Bank of Palo Alto.
children's Library
1276 Harriet Street
Renovated in 2007     Children's Library; Read and see more
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Harvard Street, in College Terrace, was named for Harvard College, established in 1683.
2035
2035 Harvard Street
     
2050
2050 Harvard Street
     
2051
2051 Harvard Street
1930 4 C. E. Finnell, builder English cottage group
2057
2057 Harvard Street
1930 4 C. E. Finnell, builder English cottage group
2063
2063 Harvard Street
1930 4 C. E. Finnell, builder English cottage group
2064
2064 Harvard Street
     
2068
2068 Harvard Street
     
2069
2069 Harvard Street
1930 4 C. E. Finnell, builder English cottage group
2075
2075 Harvard Street
1930 4 C. E. Finnell, builder English cottage group
2080
2080 Harvard Street
    cottage group
2081
2081 Harvard Street
1930 4 C. E. Finnell, builder English cottage group
2084
2084 Harvard Street
    cottage group
2086
2086 Harvard Street
    cottage group
2088
2088 Harvard Street
    cottage group
2091
2091 Harvard Street
     
2109
2109 Harvard Street
     
2120
2120 Harvard Street
     
2128
2128 Harvard Street
    behind 2130
2130
2130 Harvard Street
     
2131
2131 Harvard Street
1906/1908  *    
2140
2140 Harvard Street
new    
2155
2155 Harvard Street
new    
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Hawthorne Avenue was named for the American author Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1804–1864.
Trolley Barn
148 Hawthorne Avenue/212 High Street
1906/07 3 Trolley Barn
167
167 Hawthorne Avenue
175
175 Hawthorne Avenue
181
181 Hawthorne Avenue
350
350 Hawthorne Avenue
     
359
359 Hawthorne Avenue
 
365
365 Hawthorne Avenue
1906 H.H. Dabinett
375
375 Hawthorn Avenue
1901
inventory photo
381 Hawthorne Avenue
1903 * 3 H.L. Upham, architect/builder
465
465 Hawthorne Avenue
     
475
473 475 Hawthorne Avenue
     
525
525 Hawthorne Avenue
530
530 Hawthorne Avenue
  Part of group
531
531–535 Hawthorne Avenue
Part of group
532
532 Hawthorne Avenue
Part of group
538
538 Hawthorne Avenue
Part of group
540
540 Hawthorne Avenue
Part of group
554
554 Hawthorne Avenue
1907
558
558 Hawthorne Avenue
566
566 Hawthorne Avenue
575
575 Hawthorne Avenue
1908 2 George Mosher, builder
621
621 Hawthorne Avenue
633
633 Hawthorne Avenue
1914 *
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
According to Guy Miller, we do not know why Timothy Hopkins chose this name.
Trolley Barn
212 High Street
1906 3 Trolley Barn
258 High
258 High Street
  Connects to Alma Street
301 High
301 High Street
 
316-320-324 High
316-320-324 High Street
 
317
317 High Street
1901
323
323 High Street
1904
329
329 High Street
probable 1904
333 High
333 High Street
  detail
detail
334
334 High Street
1899 2004 Preservation Award
342
342 High Street
1901 2004 Preservation Award
345 High
345 High Street
 
405 High
405 High Street
detail
Sculpture example
514
514 High Street
1898 2 National Register Sameul Newsom, architect Fraternal Hall
542 High
542 High Street
617
617 High Street
1897 3 George W. Mosher, builder Originally a twin to 621
621
621 High Street
1897 3 George W. Mosher, builder Originally a twin to 617
635
635 High Street
1945 Birge Clark
654 High Street

658 High Street
660 High
660 High Street

666 High Street
668 High Street
700 High Street
701 High
701 High Street
1985 HRB photo
1985 Historic Resources Board photo
744 High
744 High Street
777 High
777 High Street

790 High
790 High Street
1936 3 Birge and David Clark, architects; Wells P. Goodenough, builder Originally a General Motors car dealership
800 High Street
801 High Street
Corner view
865 High Street / 165 Channing
1931 4 Black and Campbell, builder Watercourse Way
900
900 High Street
  2 Peninsula Creamery store
1001
1001 High Street
1910 *
1005
1005 High Street
1909 *
1015
1015 High Street
1908 *
1037 High
1037 High Street
1917  
1060
1060 High Street
  2004 Preservation Award

1112
1112 High Street
1141
1141 High Street
1907 * 4
2160
2160 High Street
1928 4
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Holly Oak Drive was named for the Holly Oak trees which were planted on this street in the Los Arboles Eichler development.
707
707 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
708
708 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
711
711 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
712
712 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
715
715 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
716
716 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
720
720 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
727
727 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
730
730 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
743
743 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
744
744 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
747
747 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
750
750 Holly Oak Drive
Los Arboles Eichler
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Homer Avenue, one of the original streets, was named for the early Greek poet.
152
152 Homer Avenue
Side portion of 801 High Street
200
200 Homer Avenue
1905 3 2001 Preservation award
201
201 Homer Avenue
1906 * 3
206
206–210 Homer Avenue
1907 * 2 Preservations awards: 2005, 2013
209
209 Homer Avenue
1892/93 * 2   J.W. Wells and A.W. Caulkins, builder Originally located at 531–539 Waverley
212
212–214 Homer Avenue
1925 3 2013 Preservation award   Thompson Bakery (212); Palo Alto Bread (214)
230
230 Homer Avenue
1928 4
231 Homer Avenue Demolished 1985 4
232
232 Homer Avenue
1928 2 City of Paris
city of Paris
248 Homer Avenue
1925-28 3 Roy Heald City of Paris, Mission Revival
300
300 Homer Avenue
1932 2 Birge Clark, architect Palo Alto Clinic Roth Building. don't miss the murals!
MOAH
351 Homer Avenue
1906/7 * 2 Williams House; Museum of American History (MOAH)
420
420 Homer Avenue
  alternate view
460
460 Homer Avenue
1910 * 4 Ralph Follmer
469
469 Homer Avenue
1905/06 *
Woman's club
475 Homer Avenue
1916 2 PAST Preservation Award, 2010;
National Register
Charles Hodges, architect; F. W. Hoy, builder
505
505 Homer Avenue
1906 3 C.E. Branson, architect, L.S. Bean, builder
617
617619 Homer Avenue
 
618
618 Homer Avenue
 
620
620 Homer Avenue
  rear cottage
621
621–631 Homer Avenue
 
630
630 Homer Avenue
  630, 634, 636, and 638 share a common driveway
634
634 Homer Avenue
  630, 634, 636, and 638 share a common driveway
635
635 Homer Avenue
 
636
636 Homer Avenue
  630, 634, 636, and 638 share a common driveway
630
638 Homer Avenue
  630, 634, 636, and 638 share a common driveway
640
640–648 Homer Avenue
 
653
653 Homer Avenue
  rear building
Barn/Workshop
655
655 Homer Avenue
 
657
657 Homer Avenue
 
679
679 Homer Avenue
 
680
680 Homer Avenue
1901 *
726
726 Homer Avenue
 
732
732 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
734
734 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
736
736 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
738
738 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
740
740 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
742
742 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
744
744 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
746
746 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
748
748 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
750
750 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
753
752 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
754
754 Homer Avenue
  Cottage group
760
760 Homer Avenue
1894 2
762
762 Homer Avenue
 
770
770 Homer Avenue
 
780
780 Homer Avenue
 

 

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