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Address Category District/Other Registry, Architect, Style, etc.
219
219 Addison Avenue, 1903
  Professorville, Vernacular Cottage built by same family as 225 and 233
225
225 Addison Avenue, 1903
  Professorville, Vernacular Cottage built by same family as 219 and 233
233
233 Addison Avenue, 1903
  Professorville, Vernacular Cottage built by same family as 219 and 225
271
271 Addison Avenue, 1894
4 Professorville, Vernacular Cottage, P. P. Quinn and H. L. Upham, builders
281
281 Addison Avenue, 1903

Originally 959 Bryant Street, Professorville, Shingle Style, A.W. Smith, architect, Gustav Laumeister, builder
301
301 Addison Avenue, 1901
3 Professorville, A.W. Smith (Oakland), architect; Gustav Laumeister, builder
310
310 Addison Avenue, 1938

Professorville cottage
319
319 Addison Avenue, 1900
Professorville (see 327 Addison) This home was on the the 1990 Holiday House Tour.
326
326 Addison Avenue, 1907

Professorville, Vernacular Craftsman
327
327 Addison Avenue, 1900, 1902
3 Professorville, Colonial Revival and Craftsman, James W. Wells. builder (1900), H.L. Upham, builder (1902). This home won a 2010 Preservation Award and was on the 2010 Holiday House Tour.
342
342 Addison Avenue, 1912

Professorville
344
344 Addison Avenue, 1912

Professorville
350
350 Addison Avenue, 1912

Professorville
353
353 Addison Avenue

Professorville; alternate view
358
358 Addison Avenue, 1894

Professorville; 2012 Preservation Award
361
361 Addison Avenue

Professorville
367
367 Addison Avenue, 1905
1 Professorville, National Register of Historic Places, California Registered Historical Landmark, Birthplace of Hewlett-Packard Co./Silicon Valley (photo of the HP Garage before restoration).   This home won a Preservation Award in 2006. This home was on the 2006 Holiday House Tour.
370
370 Addison Avenue, 1895

Professorville
376
376 Addison Avenue, 1908

Professorville
448
448 Addison Avenue, 1924
2 Roller Residence, Professorville, English Revival, Milton B. Roller, architect, George W. Mosher, builder, rear cottages built by D. Tunberg & Co.
933
933, 937, 939 Addison Avenue, ca. 1910 through 1940s
4 Craftsman Cottages, Ralph Emerson Welles, builder of cottages and first remodeling of barn. There is a replacement home at 935.
inventory photo
951, 953, 955 Addison Avenue, 1927 Demolished
4 Craftsman Cottages, William M. Bernard builder and original owner.
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141
141, 143 Alma Street, 1905 (1919)
4 Craftsman. 141 Alma won a Preservation Award in 2006.
525
525 Alma Street, 1917
2 Brick commercial building also joined to 542 High Street (1905), also brick. This property won a Preservation Award in 2007.
529
529 Alma Street, 1918
2 Joins 525 Alma Street
539 Alma
539 Alma Street, 1921
2 Birge Clark
799
799 Alma Street, 1929
2 Pringle Service Station, Spanish Colonial Revival, Lindgren and Swinerton architects and builder
1433
1433 Alma Street, 1925
4 Mission Revival/Prairie School/European Secessionist bungalow
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2020
2020 Amherst Street, 1919/1920
2 Craftsman, DEMOLISHED 1979
2275
2275 Amherst Street, 1893
2 Queen Anne. 1997 and 2011 Holiday House Tours; read more.
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