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"SHS" signifies Stanford Historical Society. "*" indicates that the owner accepted a centennial plaque.
Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Salvatierra Street was named by President David Starr Jordan for Juan Maria Salvatierra and is one of the oldest residential streets on campus. Salvatierra, a Jesuit priest, was the first to suggest establishing missions in Alta California.
575
575 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1901 SHS 2012 William A. Knoles, Jr. Gould Center
583
583 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1909 * Bakewell & Brown 583 - 585 Double house
585
585 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1909 * Bakewell & Brown 583 - 585 Double house
591
591 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1909 * Bakewell & Brown 591 - 593 Double house
593
593 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1909 * Bakewell & Brown 591 - 593 Double house
611
611 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1908 * Bakewell & Brown 611 - 613 Double house
613
613 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1908 * Bakewell & Brown 611 - 613 Double house
625
625 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1908 * Bakewell & Brown 625-627 Double house
627
627 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1908 * Bakewell & Brown 625-627 Double house
635
635 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1926 Charles Sumner  
638
638 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1924 Birge Clark 2003 photo of original design
644
644 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
     
645
645 Salvatierra Street, Stanford
1951 William Hempel Len & Inge Ratner home
659
659 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1928 Charles Sumner  
660
660 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1929 Charles Sumner  
667
667 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
     
668
668 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
     
680
680 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
     
683
683 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1929 SHS 2012 Henry C. Collins  
690 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford 1939 Charles Sumner Fred Charles Hanker, original owner
691
691 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1927 Birge Clark  
707
707 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1927 Charles Sumner  
708
708 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1929 Charles Sumner  
711
711 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1935 Charles Sumner  
712
712 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1920 Charles Sumner  
715
715 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1929 Charles Sumner  
716
716 Salvatierrra Street, Stanford
1935 John K. Branner Sellerds were the original owners
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
San Juan Street is one of Stanford's oldest. It was probably named for either Mission San Juan Capistrano or Mission San Juan Bautista. Originally a continuous street, it now consists separate parts.
663 San Juan Street, Stanford 1926 John K. Branner Solon Sheed original owner
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Santa Maria, named for Father Vicente Santa Maria, associate of Junipero Serra, runs between Junipero Serra Blvd. and Gerona Road.
730 Santa Maria, Stanford 1929 Charles Sumner
792
792 Santa Maria, Stanford
1927 Charles Sumner
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Santa Rita in on land that was part of Rancho Rincon de San Fransicquito. The Robles family purchased it from Jose Pena, its grantee, and referred to it as Rancho Santa Rita.
103
103 Santa Rita Avenue
108 Santa Rita
108 Santa Rita Avenue
115
115 Santa Rita Avenue
116
116 Santa Rita Avenue
121
121 Santa Rita Avenue
122
122 Santa Rita Avenue
129
129–131–133 Santa Rita Avenue
131 and 133 are in rear
132
132 Santa Rita Avenue
142
142 Santa Rita Avenue
143
143 Santa Rita Avenue
145, 147, and 149 in rear
151
151 Santa Rita Avenue
1936
155
155 Santa Rita Avenue
160
160 Santa Rita Avenue
170
170 Santa Rita Avenue

171 Santa Rita Avenue
180
180 Santa Rita Avenue
185
185 Santa Rita Avenue
190
190 Santa Rita Avenue
195
195 Santa Rita Avenue
212
212 Santa Rita Avenue
215
215 Santa Rita Avenue
220
220 Santa Rita Avenue
221
221 Santa Rita Avenue
228
228 Santa Rita Avenue
2013
239
239 Santa Rita Avenue
244
244 Santa Rita Avenue
249
249 Santa Rita Avenue
252
252 Santa Rita Avenue
ca. 2012
259
259 Santa Rita Avenue
Aug. 2, 2013 photo Possible demolition soon?
262
262 Santa Rita Avenue
271
271 Santa Rita Avenue
275 Santa Rita Avenue
300
300 Santa Rita Avenue
Demolished Birge Clark
435
435 Santa Rita Avenue
Alternate view
450
450 Santa Rita Avenue
455
455 Santa Rita Avenue
470
470 Santa Rita Avenue
490
490 Santa Rita Avenue
1928/29; Demolished Charles Sumner Demolished July 2012. Additional Photos
491
491 Santa Rita Avenue
514
514 Santa Rita Avenue
1937 Undergoing serious remodeling in 2015
515
515 Santa Rita Avenue
1955
524
524 Santa Rita Avenue
1945 Alternate view
534 Santa Rita
534 Santa Rita Avenue
1936
550
550 Santa Rita Avenue
1936

551 Santa Rita Avenue
1950
564
564 Santa Rita Avenue
1936 Due for demolition?
Alternate view
590
590 Santa Rita Avenue
1936
640 Santa Rita Avenue 2009 replacement home Original home, demolished early fall, 2008
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
The name Santa Teresa has three probable origins: Santa Teresa de Avila, the patron saint of missions, or the Santa Teresa Hills near New Almaden which is the location of the Greystone Quarry that sourced the sandstone used to build the campus buildings
241 Santa Teresa Avenue 1940 Charles Sumner E. Bradbury, original owner
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Santa Ynez is one of the oldest residential streets at Stanford. Its path has changed since the time of construction of the Lou Henry Hoover House on Mirada.
618
618 Santa Ynez, Stanford
739
739 Santa Ynez, Stanford
1908 2004 HHT A.W. Smith
740
740 Santa Ynez, Stanford
     
746 Santa Ynez
746 Santa Ynez, Stanford
1917  
747 Santa Ynez
747 Santa Ynez, Stanford
  side
Side view
755 Santa Ynez
755 Santa Ynez, Stanford
1915 2004 HHT John K. Branner
756
756 Santa Ynez, Stanford
1909 John K. Branner, architect; Gus Laumeister, builder Dr. Elliott, first Stanford registrar, was original owner.
760
760 Santa Ynez, Stanford
1926 John K. Branner Clelia Mosher, original owner (1925–1940)
770
770 Santa Ynez, Stanford
1926 Birge Clark  
775
775 Santa Ynez, Stanford
1914 2009 Preservation Award A.B. Clark
774
774 Santa Ynez, Stanford
1927 John K. Branner Joseph Danner Taylor, original owener
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Scott Street is named for the Scots poet and novelist, Sir Walter Scott (1771–1832). The mother of property owner Emma J. Miller, chose the name.
park
Scott Street Park
Mini park connects to Channing Avenue
928
928 Scott Street
931
931 Scott Street
replacement home
935
935 Scott Street
2010/2011 replacement home
936
936–938 Scott Street
1895 *
940
940–946 Scott Street
The original is there
943 Scott Street Original 1903 house demolished 1912.
949
949 Scott Street
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Seale Avenue was named for the pioneer Seale famly. In 1853, brothers Henry and Thomas acquired a large portion of the Rancho Rinconada del Arroyo de San Francisquite from the Soto heirs, thus owning most of the land on which early Palo Alto was located. Originally from Ireland, the brothers came to San Francisco and started a contracting business there.
204
204 Seale Avenue
210
210 Seale Avenue
2008 Preservation Award more photos
239
239 Seale Avenue
241
241 Seale Avenue
310
310 Seale Avenue
photo taken 2009
311
311 Seale Avenue
330 Seale Avenue
365 Seale Avenue
385
385 Seale Avenue
1938, demolished  May 2015 7400 sq ft lot, 2455 sq ft house, 5 BR 3 BA
510
510 Seale Avenue
1958 2015: possible demolition
559
559 Seale Avenue
Birge Clark
560
560 Seale Avenue
571
571 Seale Avenue
595
595 Seale Avenue
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Mayfield–Searsville Road was an important route between the lumber businesses near Jasper Ridge and El Camino Real. Construction of the Stanford Quad changed that.
228 Searsville Road 1940   Birge Clark Stone, original resident
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Seneca Street is named for the Roman statesman and philosopher, Lucius Annaeus Seneca (4 B.C.?–A.D. 65).
404
404 Seneca Street
417
417 Seneca Street
424
424 Seneca Street
435
435 Seneca Street
449 Seneca
449 Seneca Street
1895 2 Originally 909 University; read more
526
526 Seneca Street
 
734 Seneca Street 1925 3 H.L. Upham, architect
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
South Court was named by the Santa Clara County Del Rey Planning Commission of 1929 to commemorate the South family.
2200
2200 South Court
1956
2203
2203 South Court
1928 Alternate view
2230
2230 South Court
1935
2231
2231 South Court
1930
2260
2260 South Court
1930
2261
2261 South Court
1936
2290
2290 South Court
1929 side
Side view
2291
2291 South Court
1927
2300
2300 South Court
1955
2301
2301 South Court
1927
2316
2316 South Court
1927
2317
2317 South Court
1930
2332
2332 South Court
1938
2333
2333 South Court
1936
2348
2348 South Court
1932
2349
2349 South Court
1948
2364
2364 South Court
1930
2365
2365 South Court
1930
2382
2382 South Court
1930
2383
2383 South Court
1929
2398
2398 South Court
1934
2399
2399 South Court
1926
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
South California, originally Lincoln Avenue, Mayfield, was platted in 1867 as the principal business street. The name ws changed in 1925 when Mayfield was annexed to Palo Alto.
610
610 South California Avenue
ca. 1898 Restored 1984
984
984 South California Avenue
1893 2 Built for Angelo Boitano
1020
1020 South California Avenue
One time home of Donaldina Cameron
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Southwood Drive was named for William Southwood who came to Mayfield in 1888 and worked on the Inner Quad at Stanford University. Four of his children attended the kindergarten maintained by Jane Lathrop Stanford in Mayfield. His family moved to Palo Alto in 1902 where he became an independent contractor.
245
245 Southwood Drive
269
269 Southwood Drive
275
275 Southwood Drive
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Stanford Avenue, named for Senator Leland Stanford, is the boundary for the campus side of College Terrace.
352
352 Stanford Avenue
1906 4
374
374 Stanford Avenue
1906 * 4
549
549 Stanford Avenue
1926 4
591
591 Stanford Avenue
1904 4
613
613 Stanford Avenue
1899 4 McInnes House
1215
1215 Stanford Avenue
c. 1905 2
1229
1229 Stanford Avenue
c. 1905 2
1247
1247 Stanford Avenue
1263
1263 Stanford Avenue

 

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