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Address Category District/Other Registry, Architect, Style, etc.
2150
2150 Dartmouth Street, 1906; Barn, 1907
4 Marchmont Club, Colonial Revival, Barn: Albert Coburn
mortonson Residence
515 East Crescent Drive /
1800 University Avenue, 1926
4 Mortonson Residence, Spanish Colonial Revival, Gardner A. Dailey, architect
525
525 East Crescent Drive, 1926
4 Spanish Colonial Revival, Gardner A. Dailey, architect, H. H. Dabinett, builder
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2016 photo
1414 Edgwood Drive, 1934
4 Originally 114 Edgewood Drive, Tudor Revival, C. W. Kemper, owner and builder
1450
1450 Edgwood Drive, 1918 – 1924
4 Originally carriage house for 1456 Edgewood
1456
1456 Edgwood Drive, 1866 (foundation); 1882 (house)
3 Newell House, property purchased in 1864, earlier address on Embarcadero Road, Hamilton Extension, and 156 Edgewood Drive, Craftsman/Colonial Revival
1490
1490 Edgwood Drive, 1936
3 Birge Clark home, Regency Revival/Modernism, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder; photo of rear of house
2650
2650 El Camino Real, 1923
DEMOLISHED 1982
3 Mayfield School, Spanish Colonial Revival, Henry C. Smith, architect
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50
50 Embarcadero Road, 1917, 1922
2 Palo Alto Senior High School, Spanish Colonial Revival, Allison & Allison, original architects of Administration Building and Auditorium-Theater, Birge C. Clark and Walter Huber, other buildings
223 Embarcadero Road
Professorville
235
(233-) 235 Embarcadero Road, 1906
2 Professorville, Craftsman, Gustav Laumeister, builder. This home was on the 1994 Holiday House Tour.
251
251 Embarcadero Road, 1906

Professorville, side view
281
281 Embarcadero Road, 1908

Professorville
330
330 Embarcadero Road, 1912
4 Professorville, Mission Revival Craftsman bungalow
359
359 Embarcadero Road, 1901
4 Professorville, earlier 374 Melville, 370 Embarcadero, Prairie Style, Bertrned & Chamberlin (Minneapolis), architects, George W. Mosher, builder
425
425 427 Embarcadero Road, 1907
2 Professorville, Craftsman, A. W. Smith, architect, George W. Mosher, builder. Alternate view. This home was on the 1989 Holiday House Tour. 
467 Embarcadero Road
Professorville
473 Embarcadero Road, 1988
Professorville, Contemporary Neocolonial
475 Embarcadero Road, 1924
Professorville
505
505 Embarcadero Road, 1907
4 Professorville, Colonial Revival cottage
2500
2500 Embarcadero Road, 1937
2 Harbormaster's House, California Point of Historic Interest, Spanish Colonial Revival, WPA project, City of Palo Alto, owner and builder
2560
2560 Embarcadero Road, 1941
1 Sea Scout Base, Birge Clark, architect, 2012 Preservation Award
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225
225 Emerson Street, 1893
2 Rosebrook House, Queen Anne Cottage, Sheldon & Mosher and G.W. Rosebrook builders
Fraternal Hall
510 Emerson/180 University Avenue, 1899
3 Fraternal Hall, National Register
536
536 Emerson Street, 1924
2 Bell's Book Store, Commercial storefront, P. H. Briggs, builder
540
540 Emerson Street, 1904
3 Classical Revival commercial building, G. W. Harms, builder
543
543 Emerson Street, 1922
3 Schmidt Building, commercial building with a false front, Charles Baker, builder
544
544 Emerson Street, 1926
4 Mandarin Cafe, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder
611
611– 623 Emerson Street
2 2003 Preservation Award
624
624 640 Emerson Street, 1924
3 Commercial block, Wells P. Goodenough, builder

625
625 – 631 Emerson Street, 1902
2 Colonial Revival apartment house, A. Cook, builder
635 Emerson Street, 1938 4 Acme Glass Company, Art Deco/Moderne Style
735
735 Emerson Street, 1925
4 Classical Revival, Indian Bowl, Ralph Follmer, builder. See also 734 Ramona Street.
800
800 – 818 Emerson Street, 1923
4 Original site of Saint Michael's Alley, Cashel Brothers, builder and owner
1027
1027 Emerson Street, 1904
4 Queen Anne/Colonial Revival, D. C. Dibble, builder. This home won a Preservation Award in 2000. This home was on the 2006 Holiday House Tour.
1035
1035 Emerson Street, 1904
3 Colonial Revival, Gustav Laumeister, builder
1085 Emerson
1085 Emerson Street *, 1909

Professorville
1091
1091 Emerson Street, 1909

Professorville
1101
1101 1103 Emerson Street, 1903
3 Professorville, Craftsman, Gustav Laumeister, builder
1102
1102 Emerson Street, 1925

Professorville
1111
1111 Emerson Street, 1903
4 Professorville, Colonial Revival/Craftsman, Gustav Laumeister, builder
1118
1118 Emerson Street, 1909
3 Professorville, Craftsman/Prairie School
1121
1121 Emerson Street, 1908

Professorville. This home was on the first Holiday House Tour in 1988.
1128
1128 Emerson Street *, 1916
4 Professorville, jerkin-head roof, Nels Hansen, builder
1129
1129 Emerson Street, 1907/8
4 Professorville, Craftsman Bungalow, Gustav Laumeister, builder. This home was on the 1991 Holiday House Tour.
1133
1133 Emerson Street, 1976

Professorville, contemporary shingle
1134
1134 Emerson Street, 1907
4 Professorville, Elmore Residence, Prairie School
1135
1135 Emerson Street, 1976

Professorville, contemporary shingle
1174
1174 Emerson Street, 1980

Professorville, contemporary shingle
1176
1176 Emerson Street, 1925
3 Professorville, Spanish Colonial Revival, Elmer J. Montgomery, builder
1401
1401 Emerson Street, 1913
4 Craftsman Bungalow, Charles Hodges, architect
1570
1570 Emerson Street, 1937
4 Bay Area Vernacular/Streamline Moderne, William Wilson Wurster, Thomas Church landscaping
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51
51 Encina Avenue,1900
2
barn
Barn before being propped-up.
Designed and built by Thomas and Mary Greer O'Brine
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412
412 Everett Avenue, 1895
3 Queen Anne with Stick, Eastlake and Colonial Revival influences, G. Wigle and P.P. Quinn (1897), builders on 1999 Holiday House Tour.
560
560 Everett Avenue, 1936
3 Streamline Moderne, A.A. Smith, builder
657
657 Everett Avenue, 1908
4 Originally 257 Byron Street, Colonial Revival, G.C. Johnson or Martin A. Johnson, builder
751
751 Everett Avenue, 1916
4 Mission Revival pair with 761, C.H. Fuller, builder
758
758 Everett Avenue, 1923
4 Tudor Cottage, Birge Clark, architect; Wells P. Goodenough, builder
751
761 Everett Avenue, 1916
4 Mission Revival pair with 751, C.H. Fuller, builder
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