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Address Category District/Other Registry, Architect, Style, etc.
509
509 Hale Street, 1897
2 Goodman House, Queen Anne, W.T. Rhodes, architect, A.M. Mayberry, landscape architect, Dean and Powell, builders
567
567 Hale Street, 1904
2 Tobey House, (was 1001 Hamilton), Classical Revival, Bliss and Faville, architects, C.H. Lewis and H. Bruecker, builder. This home was on the 1995 Holiday House Tour. Read more.
625
625 Hale Street, 1925
4 Churrigueresque, Wolfe & Higgins, architect, John Dudfield, builder
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201
201, 205, 215 Hamilton Avenue, 1909
2 Downing Block, E.A. Hettinger, builder; entry detail
235
235 Hamilton Avenue, 1924
3 Ramona Street Architectural District, Cardinal Hotel, W.H. Week, architect, Birge M. Clark, supervising architect, John Madsen, builder
medico-dental
261267 Hamilton Avenue, 1927
3 Ramona Street, Medico-Dental Building, Spanish Colonial Revival, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder; 2015 restoration
380
380 Hamilton Avenue, 1932
1 U.S. Post Office, National Register (May, 1985), Spanish Colonial Revival, Birge and David Clark, architects, Albert Nelson (San Francisco), builder. Read more. Short video
780
780 Hamilton Avenue, 1931
3 Spanish Colonial Revival, William Klay, architect and builder
964
964 Hamilton Avenue, 1922
4 Tudor Revival
1220
1220 Hamilton Avenue, 1938
2 Streamine Moderne and Spanish Colonial Revival, Birge Clark, architect, E.J. Schmaling, builder
1266
1266 Hamilton Avenue, 1934
4 Tudor Revival, William Klay, architect and builder
1300
1300 Hamilton Avenue, 1903
4 Charles H. Williams House, Colonial Revival
1424
1424 Hamilton Avenue, 1930
4 Tudor Revival, (A.) Aro and (N.J.) Okerman, builder
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2050
2050 Hanover Street, 1938
4 Streamline Cottages; Antonio Drago, builder
2056
2056 Hanover Street, 1938
4 Streamline Cottages; Antonio Drago, builder
2062
2062 Hanover Street, 1938
4 Streamline Cottages; Antonio Drago, builder
2068
2068
Hanover Street, 1938
4 Streamline Cottages; Antonio Drago, builder
2074
2074
Hanover Street, 1938
4 Streamline Cottages; Antonio Drago, builder
2080
2080 Hanover Street, 1938
4 Streamline Cottages; Antonio Drago, builder
2151
2151 Hanover Street, 1893
4 Welakahao Club, Stanford Eating Club; Vernacular
2301
2301 Hanover Street, 1938
4 Spanish Colonial Revival cottage group, Pedro de Lemos, architect; Louis Anderson, builder
2305
2305 Hanover Street, 1938
4 Spanish Colonial Revival cottage group, Pedro de Lemos, architect; Louis Anderson, builder
2311
2311 Hanover Street, 1938
4 Spanish Colonial Revival cottage group, Pedro de Lemos, architect; Louis Anderson, builder
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2051
2051 Harvard Street, 1930
4 Earlier 451– 481 Harvard Street, English Cottages; C.E. Finnell, builder
2057
2057 Harvard Street, 1930
4 Earlier 451– 481 Harvard Street, English Cottages; C.E. Finnell, builder
2063
2063 Harvard Street, 1930
4 Earlier 451– 481 Harvard Street, English Cottages; C.E. Finnell, builder
2069
2069 Harvard Street, 1930
4 Earlier 451– 481 Harvard Street, English Cottages; C.E. Finnell, builder
2075
2075 Harvard Street, 1930
4 Earlier 451– 481 Harvard Street, English Cottages; C.E. Finnell, builder
2081
2081 Harvard Street, 1930
4 Earlier 451– 481 Harvard Street, English Cottages; C.E. Finnell, builder
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381 Hawthorn Avenue, 1903/1904, 1907
3 Colonial Revival/Prairie School; H.L. Upham, architect and builder
575
575 Hawthorn Avenue, 1908
2 Mission Revival, George W. Mosher, builder
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212
212 High Street, 1906/1907
3 Trolley Barn, Taylor Co. (C.W. Taylor and sons), builder. Short video
514
514 High Street / 140 University, 1898; annex, 1905
2 Fraternal Hall, Renaissance Revival, National Register; Samuel Newsom (San Francisco), archtect; W.T. Rhodes, supervising architect; M.P. Madsion, builder; for annex: Newsom & Newsom, architects; George W. Mosher, builder
617
617 High Street, 1897
3 George W. Mosher, builder
621
621 High Street, 1897
3 George W. Mosher, builder
790
790 High Street, 1936
3 Streamline Moderne, Birge and David Clark, architects; Wells P. Goodenough, builder
865
865 High Street / 165 Channing, 1931
4 Watercourse Way, Black and Campbell, builder
900
900 High Street
2 Peninsula Creamery store
1141
1141 High Street, 1907
4 Originally 151 Embarcadero Road, Craftsman Bungalow
2160
2160 High Street, 1928
4 Spanish Colonial Revival, Margaret Ludlow, owner and builder
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200
200 Homer Avenue, 1905
2 Cashel Brothers Plumbing Shop, H.L. Upham, builder
201
201 Homer Avenue, 1906
3 Cashel Residence
206
206 210 Homer Avenue, 1907
2 Oak Home Bakery (Thompson Bakery) The Parlor, at 206 Homer, was awarded a Preservation Award in 2005. The restoration of the building earned another Preservation Award in 2013.
209
209 Homer Avenue, 1892/93
2 Queen Anne cottage, moved from 531-539 Waverley in 1910; J.W. Wells and A.W. Caulkins, builder; barn and outbuildings, J.W. Wells
212
212 214 Homer Avenue, 1925
3 Thompson Bakery (212) Palo Alto Bread (214); Alfred G. Thompson, builder and owner. The restoration of the building earned a Preservation Award in 2013.
225/449
225 Homer Avenue, 1899/1901
(Moved to 449 Monroe Drive in 1985)
2 Queen Anne/Eastlake
230
230 Homer Avenue, 1928
4 Reinforced concrete, connects to 232 Homer
231 Homer Avenue, 1923, DEMOLISHED, 1985 4 Vernacular Cottage
232
232 Homer Avenue, 1928
2 Reinforced concrete, connects to 230 Homer
248
248 Homer Avenue, 1925–8
3 Mission Revival, City of Paris Dying and Cleaning Works, Roy Heald, architect and builder
300
300 Homer Avenue, 1932
2 Palo Alto Medical Clinic Roth Building, California Colonial, Birge Clark, architect; Wells P. Goodenough, builder; (future home of the Palo Alto History Museum). Read more about the clinic and Arnatouff murals.
351
351 Homer Avenue, 1906
2 Williams House, Tudor Revival, Ernest Coxhead, architect
460
460 Homer Avenue, 1910
4 Craftsman, Ralph Follmer, designer and builder
475
475 Homer Avenue, 1916
2 Woman's Club of Palo Alto, Tudor/Craftsman, Charles Hodges, architect; Frank W. Fox, builder. This property won a Preservation Award in 2010. History article from Daily News and notes from October 4, 2009 talk.
505
505 Homer Avenue, 1906
3 Colonial, C.E. Branson, architect; L.S. Bean, builder
760
760 Homer Avenue, 1894
2 Queen Anne, William Pluns, builder
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