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Address Category District/Other Registry, Architect, Style, etc.
Hostess House
25 – 27 University Avenue, 1918
1 Hostess House, Memorial Flag Pole, National Register, California Registered Historical Landmark, Julia Morgan, architect. Short video
train station
95 University Avenue, 1940
1 S.P. Train Station, Streamline Moderne, J.H. Christie, architect, Southern Pacific Co., builder, National Register
2015 photo
121 131 University Avenue, 1925
2 Roos Brothers Clothing Store, American Commercial, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder
High St. view
140 University / 514 High Street
2 Fraternal Hall, included on National Register of Historic Places
180
180 University Avenue / 510 Emerson, 1899
3 Fraser Building/Montgomery Ward, Classical Revival, E.A. Hettinger, builder
Stanford Theater
223 University Avenue, 1925
3 Stanford Theater, Weeks and Day, architects
251
251 University Avenue, 1906, 1928
3 Bank of America Building, William Henry Weeks, architect, F.W. Fox, builder; remodeled 1928, Minton Co., builder, H.A. Minton, architect.
271
271 University Avenue, 1929
3 Zig–Zag Moderne, John Carl Warnecke, architect, George Peterson, builder
323
323 University Avenue, 1925
3 Crandall's, California Colonial, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder.  2015 Preservation Award

367
367 University Avenue, 1922, 1931
4 Original use: grocery; Black and Campbell remodel builders
384
384 396 University/502 Waverley Street, 1925
3 Decker Oak Building, Classical Revival, Powers, architect, Cranston and Smith Realtors, builder
419
415 – 417 – 419 University Avenue, 1926
3 Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder, 1978 front remodel: David Madsen, architect
423
423 University Avenue, 1927
3 Churrigueresque, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder, 1934 alterations done by Smith-Burke Co.
444
436 – 452 University Avenue, 1927
2 Spanish Colonial Revival, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder
456 University
456 University Avenue, 1927
1 New Varsity Theater, Mission Revival, Reid Brothers, architects, McDonald and Kahn builders
street scape
460 474 University Avenue, 1927
3 Spanish Colonial Revival, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder. This building won a Preservation Award in 1999.
President Hotel
480 – 498 University Avenue, 1929 – 30
2 President Hotel, Spanish (or California) Colonial, Birge Clark, architect, James McLaughlin, builder.
564
564 University Avenue, 1904
2 Forbes Residence, Colonial/Mission Revival, A.N. Mills, builder. This house received a Preservation Award in 2015.
755
755 University Avenue, 1903/4
2 Dunker House, Queen Anne/Shingle Styles
851
851 University Avenue, 1903
4 Georgian Revival, Gus Laumeister, builder
860
860 University Avenue, 1906
1 Peck House, National Register, Colonial Revival, Frank Delos Wolfe, architect. On the 2012 Holiday House Tour. Read more.
900
900 University Avenue, 1904
1 Squire House, National Register, California Historical Landmark No. 857, Mills Act, Classical Revival, T. Paterson Ross, architect, George W. Mosher, builder. This home was on the 1995 and 2012 Holiday House Tours.
939
939 University Avenue, 1916
2 Classical Revival, John R. Branner, architect, George Jacobsen, builder
950
950 University Avenue, 1908
4 DeForest Residence, Craftsman, Roy H. Heald, architect, Gustav Laumeister, builder, Thomas Church, landscaping
970
970 University Avenue, 1909
2 Lee House, Crfaftsman, Roy H. Heald, architect, Gustav Laumeister, builder
1005
1005 University Avenue, 1902
2 owner requested inclusion on Inventory
1057
1057 University Avenue, 1924
4 Spanish Colonial Revival, Wells P. Goodenough, builder
1130
1130 University Avenue, 1927
4 Mediterranean Revival, William M. Meyer, builder
1505
1505 University Avenue, 1926
4 Spanish Colonial Revival, Charles K. Sumner, architect, Ralph Follmer, builder. This home was on the 2007 Holiday House Tour.
1800 University
1800 University Avenue, 1930
3 Mortonson Residence, Spanish Colonial Revival, Gardner Dailey, architect, Mrs. M.H.McCante, owner/builder, Thomas Church, landscaping
1870
1870 University Avenue, 1929
2 Manning House, Monterey and Classical Revival, Gardner Dailey, architect, Mallock & Feasy, builder
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