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Palo Alto Historic Buildings Inventory

2050, 2056, 2062, 2068, 2074, 2080 Hanover Street

College Terrace

inventory photo Hanover cottages
Inventory photo Photo taken January 13, 2014 beofre new paint

 

The following is from the Historic Buildings Inventory as revised in 1985:

Physical appearance:   Minimal touches create a streamline feeling for this series of small rental units, each with minor decorative individuation.

Significance:   The collection of cottages creates a coherent street-scape and illustrates a vernacular interpretation of streamline styling. William Bateman, Jr., had them built for investments and they have remained in the same family to the present.

 

2056 2050
2056 2050
2068 2062
2068 2062
2080 2074
2080 2074
2068, 2062, 2056 map
Side view of 2068 and 2056 with 2060 in middle taken May 13, 1015 Location map (Eaton Park is now named Werry Park)

These cottages were was built in 1938 and are a Category 4 on the Historic Buildings Inventory. The builder was Antonio Drago. The property measures 185 by 125 feet.

Sources: Palo Alto City Directories; Palo Alto Times 4/26/38

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