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Address Category District/Other Registry, Architect, Style, etc.
872-874
872 and 874 Boyce Avenue
3 Identical Renaissance Revival, Findley and Kingham, builder. The cottage behind was added in 1928.

119
119 Bryant Street, 1897
2 Thoits House, Colonial Revival, M. P. Madison, E. A. Williams, architects, George W. Mosher, builder
215
215 Bryant Street, 1939
2 Streamline Moderne, Louis Anderson, builder
440
440 450 Bryant Street, 1927
2 Fire and Police Station, Spanish Colonial Revival, Birge Clark, architect, E.K. Nelson, builder
529
529 Bryant Street, 1929
2 Telephone Company, Spanish Renaissance Revival, Monson Brothers, architects and builders
533
533 Bryant Street, 1897
2 Bixby House, Queen Anne, Vernacular George W. Moser, builder; formerly 535
661
661 Bryant Street, 1916
2 First Church of Christ, Scientist, Mission Revival, Elmer Gray, architect, Frank Graves & Sons, builder
730
730 Bryant Street, 1902
3 Colonial Revival and Eastlake, H. L. Upham, architect and builder. this home was on the 2001 Holiday House Tour.
737
737 Bryant Street, 1903
4 Prairie School/Colonial Revival, Gustav Laumeister, builder
940
940 Bryant Street, 1900

Professorville Colonial Revival. (another view). This home was on the 2006 Holiday House Tour.
943
943 Bryant Street, 1904

Professorville
944
944 Bryant Street, 1902

Professorville. This home was on the 2003 Holiday House Tour.
951
951 Bryant Street, 1898

Professorville Colonial Revival. This home was on the 2003 Holiday House Tour.
960 Bryant Street
Professorville
1005
1005 Bryant Street, 1893
2 Frank Angell House, Professorville, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival, Z. O. Field and Francis K. Ledyard, builder. This home was on the first Holiday House Tour in 1988 and also in 1993 and 2010.

1008
1008 Bryant Street, 1999

Professorville
1010
1010 Bryant Street, 1902
3 Professorville, Colonial Revival
1017
1017 1023 Bryant Street, 1893
3 Colonial Revival, Augustus Murray House, Professorville, English and Colonial Revival, Z. O. Field and Francis K. Ledyard, builder
1020
1018 1020 Bryant Street, 1901
3 Professorville, Colonial Revival, George Mosher, builder
1027
1027 Bryant Street, 1898

Professorville Colonial Revival
1028
1028 Bryant Street, 1902

Professorville
1033
1033 1037 Bryant Street, 1899
3 Professorville, Colonial Revival, M. P. Madison, builder
1036
1036 Bryant Street, 1920

Professorville
1044
1044 Bryant Street, 1902
3 Home of Varian brothers, inventors of the klystron tube, Professorville, Craftsman. This home was on the the 1990 Holiday House Tour.
1052
1052 Bryant Street, 1900
4 Professorville, Craftsman, Frank Delos Wolfe, architect, Frank W. Wise, builder
1061
1061 Bryant Street, 1899 (restored)
2 Sunbonnet House, Professorville, Bernard Maybeck, architect, James W. Wells, builder. This home was on the the 1990 Holiday House Tour. Read more.
1100
1100 Bryant Street, 1902
4 Cora Kimball Residence, Professorville, Craftsman Cottage, Gus Laumeister, builder. This home was on the 1990 Holiday House Tour.
1106
1106 Bryant Street, 1997

Professorville, Contemporary Neocolonial
1116
1116 Bryant Street, 1903

Professorville
1121
1121 Bryant Street, 1892
3 Castilleja Hall, Nardyne Apartments, Professorville, Institutional Classicism, George Mosher, 1896 contractor
1130
1130 Bryant Street, 1904
3
Professorville, Craftsman Chalet. This home was on the 1991 Holiday House Tour.
1135
1135 Bryant Street, 1910

Professorville
1140
1140 Bryant Street, 1903

Professorville
1143
1143 Bryant Street, 1912

Professorville
1148
1148 Bryant Street, 1905

Professorville. This home was on the 2001 Holiday House Tour.
1160
1160 Bryant Street, 1909
4 Professorville, Colonial Revival, plans from the Chicago firm of Lawrence Buck
1200
1200 Bryant Street, 1904
3 Professorville, Tudor Revival, William Thompson, builder. This home was on the 2001 Holiday House Tour.
1201 Bryant Street, 1966
Professorville
1225 Bryant Street, 1964
Professorville
1251
1251 Bryant Street, 1901
3 Professorville, Queen Anne, Castilleja staff housing 1917 to mid–1940s
1301
1301 Bryant Street, 1910
4 Craftsman Chalet. (The photo shows only the original portion to the house.)
1310
1310 Bryant Street, 1910 and 1926 (chapel)
3 Castilleja School, Administration Building, Chapel, Craftsman, Roy C. Heald, architect for Administration building, Gustav Laumeister, builder; Birge Clark, chapel architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder
1325
1325 Bryant Street, 19111912
4 Craftsman Bungalow
1445
1445 Bryant Street, 1912
4 Shingle/Tudor Revival, William Knowles, architect
1600
1600 Bryant Street, 1923
3 Spanish Colonial Revival, Albert Farr, architect, Minton Co., builder
1680
1680 Bryant Street, 1914
2 John Hudson Thomas, architect
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175
175 Byron Street, 1906
4 Added at current owners request. It was on the 1999 Holiday House Tour.
228
228 Byron Street, 1895/1896
2 Originally 526 Ramona Street, Queen Anne, George Mosher, builder
1125
1125 Byron Street, 1901
4 Vernacular
1225
1225 Byron Street, 1901
4 Vernacular
1350
1350 Byron Street, 1928
4 Georgian/Colonial Revival, Charles P. Baker, builder
1504
1504 Byron Street, 1926
4 Pueblo and Spanish Colonial Revival, Olaf Richard Ogran, builder

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