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250 Leland Avenue, 1904

DEMOLISHED 1987
3 Queen Anne, excellent example of the style
390
390 Leland Avenue, 1904
4 Holston Residence, Colonial Revival Variant, Ole Olsen, builder
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132
132 Lincoln Avenue, 1920
4 Originally 1104 High Street, Craftsman Bungalow, John Dudfield builder
225
225 Lincoln Avenue, 1909 – 11

DEMOLISHED 2012
3 Formerly 1091 Emerson Street, board and batten cottage
251
251 Lincoln Avenue, 1903
4 Charles House, Professorville, Colonial Revival, Charles Hodges, architect, origiinally twin of 1102 Ramona
308
308 Lincoln Avenue, 1902
3 Professorville, Colonial Revival, Gustav Laumeister, builder
318
318 Lincoln Avenue, 1901
4 Professorville, Colonial Revival, Gustav Laumeister, builder
329
329 Lincoln Avenue, c. 1899

Professorville. This house was on the 1989 Holiday House Tour. In 1969, owners Robert and Lora Textor researched and recruited the support which eventually created the Professorville Historic District.
331
331 Lincoln Avenue, 1900

Professorville Colonial Revival. This home was on the 2006 Holiday House Tour.
334
334 Lincoln Avenue, 1897
3 Professorville, Colonial Revival, J.W. Ford, builder.Stanford bookstore founder's residence. This home won a Preservation Award in 2008.
345
345 Lincoln Avenue, 1893
2 Professorville, Wing House, Colonial Revival, A.B. Clark, architect; George W. Mosher, builder. This home was on the 1991 and 2001 Holiday House Tours.
356
356 Lincoln Avenue, 1896
1 Professorville, Craftsman Bungalow, A.B. Clark, architect; Guido Marx builder
365
365 Lincoln Avenue, 1903
2 Professorville, Hoskins-Thomas Residence, Colonial Revival/Craftsman, Gus Laumeister, builder. This home was on the 1990 Holiday House Tour.
381
381 Lincoln Avenue, 1894
4 Professorville, Shingle/Colonial Revival
405
405 Lincoln Avenue —
DEMOLISHED 2011

Professorville, Spanish Colonial Revival with courtyard, ca. 1923. Read more.
409
409 Lincoln Avenue, 1922

Professorville
427
427 Lincoln Avenue, 1926

Professorville
436
436 Lincoln Avenue, 1920

Professorville
439
439 Lincoln Avenue, 1929

Professorville, Tudor
451
451 Lincoln Avenue, ca. 1924

Professorville, Charles K. Sumner, architect
467
467 Lincoln Avenue, 1925
4 Professorville, Tudor Revival, Frank W. Fox, builder
510
510 Lincoln Avenue, 1931
3 Professorville, French Norman Revival, Henry Gutterson (San Francisco), architect; Clinton Stepherson Construction Co., builder; Cowper side view
536
536 Lincoln Avenue, 1897
4 Tudor Revival, Charles E.Hodges, architect; James W. Wells, builder
1250
1250 Lincoln Avenue, 1927
4 Originally 565 Ashby, Spanish Colonial Revival, The Minton Company, builder
1370
1370 Lincoln Avenue, 1927
2 Middlekauff House, Originally 405 Ashby, Spanish Colonial Revival, Charles K. Sumner, architect; Osborne and Knight, builder
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1517
1517 Louisa Court, 1905
2 Joseph Greer House, Vernacular.
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1680
275 Lowell Avenue, 1914
  demolished
2 Originally one house with 1680 Bryant, the central portion was removed to create two separate houses, John Hudson Thomas, architect. The Lowell portion was on the left.
401
401 Lowell Avenue, 1908
4 Mission Revival, Gus Laumeister builder; Henry B. Post, 1928 remodeling
535
535 Lowell Avenue, 1926
4 Tudor Revival, L. A. Bachelder, builder
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255 Lytton
265 Lytton Avenue, 1926
4 Tinney & Sons Mortuary, Roy Heald, architect; L.A. Bachelder, builder
379
379 Lytton Avenue, 1909
DEMOLISHED, 1985
3 Mission Revival, same design at 215 and 225 Fulton and 575 Hawthorne, G. W. Mosher, builder
360
489 497 Lytton Avenue/
360 Cowper, 1902
4 Colonial Revival, location of Palo Alto's first hospital
555
555 Lytton Avenue, 1896
3 Queen Anne, Frank D. Wolfe, architect and builder
630
630 Lytton Avenue, 1903
4 Queen Anne, Thomas J. Allen, builder
667
667 Lytton Avenue, 1903
4 Colonial Revival, J.A. Prewitt, builder; 1939 alteration ($1900), E.J. Schmaling
771
771 Lytton Avenue, 1924
4 Earlier, 777 Lytton, Spanish Colonial Revival, P.W. Wilson, builder; alternate view
851
851 Lytton Avenue, 1906
3 Queen Anne/Colonial Revival
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