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"Prof" denotes an unclassified Professorville home. "*" indicates that the house displays a centennial plaque.
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Barclay Court was named by Realtor, Roy Stevens, who built the Barclay House Apartments. He thought this English name gave dignity to the street.
310
310 Barclay Court

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Barron Avenue is named for Edward Barron who came to San Francisco in 1851 where he made a fortune in cattle and mining. Retired at age 28, he bought the Sarah Wallis property near Mayfield in 1878. The handsome wedding cake mansion burned in 1936.
Wallis-Barron Mansion Photo of the Sarah Wallis mansion from the Guy Miller Archive of the Palo Alto Historical Association.
567 Barron
567 Barron Avenue
c. 1938          
743 Barron
743 Barron Avenue
c. 1956          
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Ben Lomond Drive is named for Ben Lomond in the Santa Cruz mountains. House numbers 4012 - 4104.
4032 Ben Lomond
4034 Ben Lomond Drive
1955 Greenmeadow Eichler
4042 Ben Lomond
4042 Ben Lomond Drive
1955 2007 Preservation Award Greenmeadow Eichler
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Berryessa Street is one of several streets in the Sterling Park development of town houses. Other streets include Tahoe Lane, Donner Lane, Boronda, Almanor, and Fallen Leaf Street, all California lakes, plus Lake Street.
3181 Berryessa
3181 Berryessa Street
2011 Sterlilng Park condo
Sterling Park
3282 Berryessa Street
2010 Sterlilng Park model home
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Bowdoin Street, the second street in College Terrace, was named for Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. (1794). Palo Alto House numbers 2055 - 2345. This street begins on the Stanford University Campus.
2085 Bowdoin Street twin to 2095
2095 Bowdoin Street twin to 2085
2102 Bowdoin
2102 Bowdoin Street
1931 2011 HHT Lars Peterson  
2110 Bowdoin
2110 Bowdoin Street
1931 2011 HHT Lars Peterson
2111 Bowdoin Street
2115 Bowdoin Street
0ak tree
2120 Bowdoin Street and Common Area
1931 Lars Peterson  
2130 Bowdoin
2130 Bowdoin Street
1930's 2011 HHT Lars Peterson Twin to 2136
2136 Bowdoin
2136 Bowdoin Street
1930's Lars Peterson Twin to 2130
2137 Bowdoin
2137 Bowdoin Street
 
2149 Bowdoin
2149 Bowdoin Street
new
2150 Bowdoin
2150 Bowdoin Street
Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register in 1998 by Dames and Moore
2155 Bowdoin
2155 Bowdoin Street
 
2165 Bowdoin Street
2175 Bowdoin Street
2190 Bowdoin
2190 Bowdoin Street
 
2196 Bowdoin
2196 Bowdoin Street
new
2256 Bowdoin
2256 Bowdoin Street
ca. 1924
2264 Bowdoin Street 1907 *   Deemed eligible for the National and California registers by Dames and Moore in 1998.
2344 Bowdoin
2344 Bowdoin Street
1927  
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Boyce Avenue is named for Charles and Anna Boyce who came to the area in 1882 from Arizona where they had a ranch. On May 31, 1899, Timothy Hopkins dedicated a portion of his land that bordered the Boyce farm to Palo Alto and named the road Boyce Avenue. Houses are numbered 804 – 962.
844 Boyce
844 Boyce Avenue
cottage group
846 Boyce at right rear
846 Boyce Avenue
at right rear
cottage group
848 at left rear
848 Boyce Avenue
at left rear
cottage group
850 Boyce
850 Boyce Avenue
threatened
2016
cottage group
868 Boyce
868 Boyce Avenue
872
872 Boyce Avenue
1927 3 street viewStreet view
874
874 Boyce Avenue
1927 3  
875
876 Boyce Avenue
1928 Cottage at rear of driveway for 872 and 874
910
910 Boyce Avenue
920
920 Boyce Avenue
930
930 Boyce Avenue
932
932 Boyce Avenue
935
935 Boyce Avenue
936 Boyce
936 Boyce Avenue
938
938 Boyce Avenue
944
944 Boyce Avenue
947
947 Boyce Avenue
950
950 Boyce Avenue
956
956 Boyce Avenue
 
962
962 Boyce / 1002 Forest Avenue
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Bruce Drive was named by the Middlefield Park tract, Sherman Cornblum, for one of his sons, Bruce for the other, and Rosewood for his sister.
816 Bruce
816 Bruce Drive
2007    
evening photo
820 Bruce Drive
2012    
846 Bruce
846 Bruce Drive
1946    
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Bryant Street, named by Timothy Hopkins, honors American poet and editor, William Cullen Bryant (1794–1878). Houses are numbered 115 - 3696.
119
119 Bryant Street
1897 2 Thoits House
125
125 Bryant Street
c. 1922     Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
130
130 Bryant Street
c. 1925 Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
135
135 - 155 Bryant Street
c. 1976
154
154 Bryant Street
161
161 Bryant Street

162
162 Bryant Street *
1908 Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
165
165 Bryant Street
c. 1926 Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register (1998)
171
171 Bryant Street
c. 1958
177
177 Bryant Street
c. 1913   Built by A.N. Miller and E.A. Hettinger $4,500 original cost to build.

Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
179
179 Bryant Street
c. 1912   181 and 183 are in the back.
Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
181-183
181–183 Bryant Street
c. 1981 Behind 179 Bryant; 183 is at the very back
185
185 Bryant Street
c. 1922   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
203 Bryant
203 Bryant Street
1928 Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register of Historic Resources by Dames and Moore in 1998
215
215 Bryant Street
1939 2

397-311 Bryant
307, 309, 311 Bryant Street
1965

315 Bryant
315 Bryant Street
1916 Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register of Historic Resources by Dames and Moore in 1998

319 Bryant
319 Bryant Street
1916 Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register of Historic Resources by Dames and Moore in 1998

320, 322, 326 Bryant Street
1980
328-330 Bryant

328 - 330 Bryant Street
1982
340 Bryant
340-344 Bryant Street
c. 1920 Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register of Historic Resources by Dames and Moore in 1998
360 Bryant
360 Bryant Street
demolished side
Side
440 Bryant
440–450 Bryant Street
1927 2 Birge Clark Fire/Police Station
445 Bryant garage
445 Bryant Street
Parking structure
520 Bryant
518528 Bryant Street
1935 Found by Page and Turnbull to be eligible for the California Register (20180807)
529
529 Bryant Street
1929 2 Telephone Company
533
533 Bryant Street (rear)
1897 2
535
535 Bryant Street
1922 Birge Clark
540
540 Bryant Stree
t
1932 ) Birge Clark Piggly wiggly Grocery

Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
635 Bryant
635 Bryant Street
c. 1904   Deemed eligible for the National and California Registers by Dames and Moore in 1998.
661 Bryant
661 Bryant Street
1916 2 2012 Preservation Award First Church of Christ Scientist
707
707 Bryant Street
1897

demolished
(1985 photo) Delta Tau Delta
724
724 Bryant Street *
1906
730
730 Bryant Street *
1902 3 2001 HHT
737 bryant
737 Bryant Street
*
1903 4 Gus Laumeister
740-742
740–742 Bryant Street
1934
746 Bryant
746 Bryant Street
1934
762-776 Bryant
762 – 776 Bryant Street
1979

904 Bryant
904 Bryant Street *
1904 Prof  
905
905 Bryant Street / 302 Channing Avenue
2001/ 2002
918 Bryant
918 Bryant Street *
1904     Deemed eligible for the National and California Registers by Dames and Moore in 1998.
932
932 Bryant Street *
(moved from 846 Bryant)
1904   Sunset Magazine Idea House, 2002.

Deemed eligible for the National and California Registers by Dames and Moore in 1998.
936 Bryant
936 Bryant Street
c. 2001
940 Bryant
940 Bryant Street
1901 Professorville 2006 HHT
943 Bryant
943 Bryant Street
1904 Professorville
944 Bryant
944 Bryant Street
1904-05 Proressorville 1994 and 2003 HHTs Originally a photographic studio
951 Bryant
951 Bryant Street
1899 Professorville 2003 HHT A. B. Clark Built as a rental by Guido Marx
1005 Bryant
1005 Bryant Street *
1893 2 HHT 1988,
1993, 2010
Z.O. Field and Francis K. Ledyard, builder Frank Angell House
1008 Bryant
1008 Bryant Street
1999 Professorville
1010 Bryant
1010 Bryant Street *
1902 3
1017 Bryant
1017–1023 Bryant Street *
1893 3 Augustus Murray House
1020
1020 Bryant Street
1901 3
1027
1027 Bryant Street
ca. 1898 Professorville 2018 PAST Preservation Award
1028 bryant
1028 Bryant Street
1902 Professorville
1033
1033–1037 Bryant Street
1899 3
1036
1036 Bryant Street
c. 1920 Professorville
1044
1044 Bryant Street
1902 3 1990 HHT Home of Varian brothers
1052
1052 Bryant Street
1900 4 F.D. Wolfe
1060 Bryant
1061 Bryant Street *
1899 2 1990 HHT Bernard Maybeck Restored
1100
1100 Bryant Street *
c. 1902 4 1990 HHT Kimball Residence;
Gus Laumeister
1106 Bryant
1106 Bryant Street
1997 Professorville Photo taken 2010
1116Bryant
1116 Bryant Street
1903 Professorville
1121 Bryant
1121 Bryant Street *
1892 3 Castilleja Hall, Nardyne Apartments
1130
1130 Bryant Street *
c. 1904 3 1991 HHT
1135 Bryant
1135 Bryant Street
c. 1910 Professorville
1140
1140 Bryant Street *
1903 Professorville
1143
1143 Bryant Street *
1916
demolished 2019
Professorville Built for Mrs. Lillian Vredenburg at a cost of $4,500.
1148
1148 Bryant Street *
1905 Professorville 2001 HHT
1160
1160 Bryant Street *
1909 4 Lawrence Buck (Chicago) plans
1200
1200 Bryant Street *
1904 3 2001 HHT
1251
1251 Bryant Street
1901 3
1301
1301 Bryant Street *
1910 4
Castilleja
1310 Bryant Street
1910, 1912 Lockey Alumnae House and
1926 (chapel)
3 Roy C. Heald (administration building);
Birge Clark (chapel)
Castilleja School; Gustav Laumeister, builder
1321
1321 Bryant Street
c. 1950
1325 Bryant
1325 Bryant Street, 1911–12
1911-1912 4
1445 Bryant
1445 Bryant Street
1912 4 William Knowles
1500
1500 Bryant Street
c. 1964 / 2011

 

1502 Bryant
1501 Bryant Street

2018 replacement home  
1520 Bryant
1520 Bryant Street
1963

 

1501 Bryant
1525 Bryant Street

c. 1925   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.

 

1501 Bryant
1535 Bryant Street

c. 1926 / 1995   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
1536 Bryant
1536 Bryant Street
1925
Demolished 2019
  Considered for the National Register and deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
1600
1600 Bryant Street
1923 3 Albert Farr
1680 Bryant
1680 Bryant Street
1914 * 2 John Hudson Thomas Prairie style
1701
1701 Bryant Street
1913 / 2012   William Hays Built for Dr. Howard Morrow who spent $13,000 on improvements its first year. Restoration/
renovation in 2013.

Considered for the National Register and deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
1749 Bryant
1749 Bryant Street
c. 1917 / 1970   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
1801 Bryant
1801 Bryant Street / 310 Tennyson
1917 / 1993  
1837 Bryant Street 1946 / 1970   Birge Clark Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
1851
1851 Bryant Street
1940   Birge Clark Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
1865 Bryant Street 1940 Birge Clark
1960 Bryant
1960 Bryant Street
1939
1991 Bryant
1991 Bryant Street
c. 1935 / 1946 Birge Clark
2000
2000 Bryant Street
c. 1928   2010 Preservation Award Stedman Considered for the National Register and deemed eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
2175
2175 Bryant Street
2003
2175
2180 Bryant Street
2010   Original home deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
2430 Bryant
2430 Bryant Street
1938
2470
2470 Bryant Street
1941
cottage
2672 Bryant Street
1946 / 1975
2674 Bryant
2674 Bryant Street
1946 / 1975
3288
3288 Bryant Street
2019
3227
3227 Bryant Street
1956
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Byron Street is named for the English poet, George Gordon Lord Byron (1788–1824). Houses are numbered from 104 - 336, 1112 - 1535, 1920 - 2375, 2721 - 2760, and 4145 - 4190 on this dis-continuous street.
104
104 Byron Street
2002   Original home demed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
105
105 Byron Street
1906   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
113
113 Byron Street
2007
120
120 Byron Street
1924   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
121
121 Byron Street
1923
130
130 Byron Street
1935
131 Byron
131 Byron Street
2003   Original home deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
138
138 Byron Street
1921 / 1975
144
144 Byron Street
1921   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
169
169 Byron Street
1908 / 1970  
175
175 - 177 Byron Street
1906 4 1999 HHT
187 Byron
187 Byron Street
c. 1918 / 1911 / 1995
211 Byron
211 Byron Street
1911 / 1992
212 Byron
212 Byron Street
 
221 Byron
221 Byron Street
1911   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
222
222 Byron Street
1907 *   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
228
228 Byron Street
1895/6 2
229
229 Byron Street
1909 * / 1940
235
235 Byron Street
c. 1904   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
243 Byron
243 Byron Street
c. 1954
244 Byron
244 Byron Street
c. 1908   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
250
250 Byron Street
1916   Built for "clothier" O.A. and Margaret H. Wideman. (His store was at University and Emerson.) Construction cost was $2,500.
Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
260 Byron
260 Byron Street
1922 Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
336 Byron
336 Byron Street
c. 1908 Deemed eligible for the National and California Registers by Dames and Moore in 1998.
469 Byron Street 1906 *
511 Byron
511 Byron Street
c. 1950  
517 Byron
517 Byron Street
c. 1938
518 Byron
518 Byron Street
1904 Deemed eligible for the National and California Registers by Dames and Moore in 1998.
The Hamilton
555 Byron Street
1997 The Hamilton Retirement Community
1125
1125 Byron Street
1901 4
1202
1202 Byron Street
c. 1922   Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
1212
1212 Byron Street
1911  
1225
1225 Byron Street
c. 1908   Almost twin to 1227. Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
1227 Byron
1227 Byron Street
c. 1908 Almost twin to 1225. Deemed potentiall eligib le for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
1228 Byron
1228 Byron Street
c. 1917
1231 Byron
1231 Byron Street
c. 1937  
1242 Byron
1242 Byron Street
c. 1979
1326 Byron
1326 Byron Street
1922
1350
1350 Byron Street
1928 4
inventory photo
1504 Byron Street
1926 4
2120 Byron
2120 Byron Street
1999
2121 Byron
2121 Byron Street
1941 / 2008
2130 Byron
2130 Byron Street
2017
2201
2201 Byron Street
c. 1938 2009 HHT Marcus Stedman
2245 Byron Street 1933;
3/2
2250
2250 Byron Street
c. 1938 2009 HHT Marcus Stedman
2280 Byron Street c. 1936   Marcus Stedman Home of Marcus and Mary Elizabeth Stedman. Deemed potentially eligible for the California Register by Dames and Moore in 1998.
2381 Byron
2281 Byron Street
2009
2290 Byron Street c. 1936 Stedman's lived in " The Honeymoon Cottage" before moving next door to the new house. (Originally 2280)
2300 Byron
2300 Byron Street
c. 1938

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