National Register of Historic Places listings in Alameda County, California

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Location of Alameda County in California

This list includes properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Alameda County, California. Click the "Map of all coordinates" link to the right to view a Google map of all properties and districts with latitude and longitude coordinates in the table below.[1]

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 24, 2014.[2]


Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 10th Street Market
10th Street Market
August 3, 2001
(#01000826)
901–921 Washington St.
37°48′05″N 122°16′29″W / 37.801414°N 122.274586°W / 37.801414; -122.274586 (10th Street Market)
Oakland
2 The Abbey-Joaquin Miller House
The Abbey-Joaquin Miller House
October 15, 1966
(#66000204)
Joaquin Miller Rd. and Sanborn Dr.
37°48′38″N 122°11′35″W / 37.810669°N 122.193039°W / 37.810669; -122.193039 (The Abbey-Joaquin Miller House)
Oakland 1889 home of author and poet Joaquin Miller[6][7]
3 Alameda City Hall
Alameda City Hall
October 14, 1980
(#80000791)
Santa Clara Ave. and Oak St.
37°45′59″N 122°14′37″W / 37.766389°N 122.243539°W / 37.766389; -122.243539 (Alameda City Hall)
Alameda
4 Alameda Free Library
Alameda Free Library
June 25, 1982
(#82002152)
2264 Santa Clara Ave.
37°45′57″N 122°14′37″W / 37.765922°N 122.243639°W / 37.765922; -122.243639 (Alameda Free Library)
Alameda
5 Alameda High School
Alameda High School
May 12, 1977
(#77000280)
2200 Central Ave.
37°45′55″N 122°14′45″W / 37.765144°N 122.245814°W / 37.765144; -122.245814 (Alameda High School)
Alameda
6 Alameda Veterans' Memorial Building
Alameda Veterans' Memorial Building
September 27, 2007
(#07000995)
2203 Central Ave.
37°45′58″N 122°14′47″W / 37.766186°N 122.246475°W / 37.766186; -122.246475 (Alameda Veterans' Memorial Building)
Alameda
7 Altenheim
Altenheim
January 10, 2007
(#06001218)
1720 MacArthur Blvd.
37°48′03″N 122°13′15″W / 37.800786°N 122.220839°W / 37.800786; -122.220839 (Altenheim)
Oakland
8 American Bag Co.-Union Hide Co.
American Bag Co.-Union Hide Co.
August 13, 1999
(#99000896)
299 Third St.
37°47′42″N 122°16′20″W / 37.795036°N 122.272156°W / 37.795036; -122.272156 (American Bag Co.-Union Hide Co.)
Oakland
9 Anna Head School for Girls
Anna Head School for Girls
August 11, 1980
(#80000795)
2538 Channing Way
37°52′00″N 122°15′26″W / 37.866667°N 122.257336°W / 37.866667; -122.257336 (Anna Head School for Girls)
Berkeley
10 Thomas Foxwell Bachelder Barn
Thomas Foxwell Bachelder Barn
April 15, 1994
(#94000359)
1011 Kilkare Rd.
37°36′35″N 121°53′44″W / 37.609592°N 121.895436°W / 37.609592; -121.895436 (Thomas Foxwell Bachelder Barn)
Sunol
11 Bank of Italy
Bank of Italy
November 16, 1978
(#78000648)
2250 1st St.
37°40′57″N 121°46′07″W / 37.682422°N 121.768475°W / 37.682422; -121.768475 (Bank of Italy)
Livermore
12 Berkeley Day Nursery
Berkeley Day Nursery
September 15, 1977
(#77000281)
2031 6th St.
37°52′02″N 122°17′50″W / 37.867156°N 122.297125°W / 37.867156; -122.297125 (Berkeley Day Nursery)
Berkeley
13 Berkeley High School Campus Historic District
Berkeley High School Campus Historic District
January 7, 2008
(#07001350)
1980 Allston Wy.
37°52′08″N 122°16′16″W / 37.868989°N 122.271031°W / 37.868989; -122.271031 (Berkeley High School Campus Historic District)
Berkeley
14 Berkeley Hillside Club
Berkeley Hillside Club
April 16, 2004
(#04000332)
2286 Cedar St.
37°52′44″N 122°15′54″W / 37.878792°N 122.264925°W / 37.878792; -122.264925 (Berkeley Hillside Club)
Berkeley
15 Berkeley Historic Civic Center District
Berkeley Historic Civic Center District
December 3, 1998
(#98000963)
Roughly bounded by McKinney Ave., Addison St., Shattuck Ave., and Kittredge St.
37°52′10″N 122°16′14″W / 37.869528°N 122.270531°W / 37.869528; -122.270531 (Berkeley Historic Civic Center District)
Berkeley
16 Berkeley Public Library
Berkeley Public Library
June 25, 1982
(#82002156)
2090 Kittredge St.
37°52′05″N 122°16′07″W / 37.868164°N 122.268611°W / 37.868164; -122.268611 (Berkeley Public Library)
Berkeley
17 Berkeley Women's City Club
Berkeley Women's City Club
October 28, 1977
(#77000282)
2315 Durant Ave.
37°52′03″N 122°15′46″W / 37.867506°N 122.262742°W / 37.867506; -122.262742 (Berkeley Women's City Club)
Berkeley
18 Boone's University School
Boone's University School
November 1, 1982
(#82000994)
2029 Durant Ave.
37°52′01″N 122°16′08″W / 37.866817°N 122.268806°W / 37.866817; -122.268806 (Boone's University School)
Berkeley Now the Persian Center
19 Bowles Hall
Bowles Hall
March 16, 1989
(#89000195)
Stadium and Gayley Way
37°52′24″N 122°15′11″W / 37.873361°N 122.252919°W / 37.873361; -122.252919 (Bowles Hall)
Berkeley
20 California Cotton Mills Company Factory Upload image
January 30, 2013
(#12001234)
1091 Calcot Pl.
37°46′54″N 122°14′17″W / 37.781552°N 122.238053°W / 37.781552; -122.238053 (California Cotton Mills Company Factory)
Oakland
21 California Hall
California Hall
March 25, 1982
(#82004638)
Oxford St.
37°52′19″N 122°15′37″W / 37.871886°N 122.260375°W / 37.871886; -122.260375 (California Hall)
Berkeley
22 California Hotel
California Hotel
June 30, 1988
(#88000969)
3443–3501 San Pablo Ave.
37°49′34″N 122°16′43″W / 37.826061°N 122.278536°W / 37.826061; -122.278536 (California Hotel)
Oakland
23 California Memorial Stadium
California Memorial Stadium
November 27, 2006
(#06001086)
Bet. Piedmont Ave., Stadium Rim Way, Cannyon Rd., Bancroft Way and Prospect St.
37°52′16″N 122°15′03″W / 37.871003°N 122.250775°W / 37.871003; -122.250775 (California Memorial Stadium)
Berkeley
24 California Nursery Co. Guest House
California Nursery Co. Guest House
May 6, 1971
(#71000130)
California Nursery Co., Niles Blvd. at Nursery Ave.
37°34′45″N 121°59′30″W / 37.579219°N 121.991786°W / 37.579219; -121.991786 (California Nursery Co. Guest House)
Fremont
25 Camron-Stanford House
Camron-Stanford House
June 13, 1972
(#72000213)
1426 Lakeside Dr.
37°48′05″N 122°15′44″W / 37.801417°N 122.26225°W / 37.801417; -122.26225 (Camron-Stanford House)
Oakland
26 Casa Peralta
Casa Peralta
January 4, 1982
(#82002168)
384 W. Estudillo Ave.
37°43′27″N 122°09′30″W / 37.724269°N 122.158394°W / 37.724269; -122.158394 (Casa Peralta)
San Leandro
27 Chamber of Commerce Building
Chamber of Commerce Building
August 29, 1985
(#85001916)
2140–2144 Shattuck Ave. & 2071–2089 Center St.
37°52′14″N 122°16′08″W / 37.870508°N 122.268872°W / 37.870508; -122.268872 (Chamber of Commerce Building)
Berkeley
28 Church of the Good Shepherd-Episcopal
Church of the Good Shepherd-Episcopal
December 1, 1986
(#86003361)
1001 Hearst St. at Ninth St.
37°52′12″N 122°17′41″W / 37.870033°N 122.294819°W / 37.870033; -122.294819 (Church of the Good Shepherd-Episcopal)
Berkeley
29 City Hall
City Hall
September 11, 1981
(#81000142)
2134 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
37°52′09″N 122°16′24″W / 37.869225°N 122.273267°W / 37.869225; -122.273267 (City Hall)
Berkeley 1907 building by John Bakewell, Jr. and Arthur Brown, Jr.;[8] renamed the Maudelle Shirek Building, March 2007[9]
30 Clay Building
Clay Building
November 20, 1978
(#78000650)
1001–1007 Clay St.
37°48′10″N 122°16′31″W / 37.802775°N 122.275403°W / 37.802775; -122.275403 (Clay Building)
Oakland
31 Cloyne Court Hotel
Cloyne Court Hotel
December 24, 1992
(#92001718)
2600 Ridge Rd.
37°52′34″N 122°15′29″W / 37.876144°N 122.257947°W / 37.876144; -122.257947 (Cloyne Court Hotel)
Berkeley
32 Alfred H. Cohen House
Alfred H. Cohen House
June 19, 1973
(#73000394)
1440 29th Ave.
37°46′47″N 122°13′41″W / 37.779753°N 122.228067°W / 37.779753; -122.228067 (Alfred H. Cohen House)
Oakland
33 College Women's Club
College Women's Club
January 21, 1982
(#82002157)
2680 Bancroft Way
37°52′08″N 122°15′18″W / 37.868989°N 122.254958°W / 37.868989; -122.254958 (College Women's Club)
Berkeley 1928 building by Walter T. Steilberg; now known as the Bancroft Hotel[8]
34 Corder Building
Corder Building
January 11, 1982
(#82002158)
2300–2350 Shattuck Ave.
37°52′02″N 122°16′05″W / 37.867092°N 122.268047°W / 37.867092; -122.268047 (Corder Building)
Berkeley
35 Cowell Memorial Hospital Upload image
January 6, 1993
(#92001730)
2215 College Ave.
37°52′18″N 122°15′11″W / 37.871667°N 122.253056°W / 37.871667; -122.253056 (Cowell Memorial Hospital)
Berkeley 1930 building by Arthur Brown, Jr.; demolished 1993[10]
36 Croll Building
Croll Building
October 4, 1982
(#82000960)
1400 Webster St.
37°46′18″N 122°16′36″W / 37.771644°N 122.276597°W / 37.771644; -122.276597 (Croll Building)
Alameda
37 Doe Memorial Library
Doe Memorial Library
March 25, 1982
(#82004639)
Oxford St.
37°52′20″N 122°15′34″W / 37.872108°N 122.2594°W / 37.872108; -122.2594 (Doe Memorial Library)
Berkeley
38 Downtown Oakland Historic District
Downtown Oakland Historic District
July 1, 1998
(#98000813)
Roughly along Broadway from 17th to 11th St.
37°48′17″N 122°16′11″W / 37.804722°N 122.269722°W / 37.804722; -122.269722 (Downtown Oakland Historic District)
Oakland
39 Drawing Building Upload image
November 18, 1976
(#76000475)
Hearst Ave., University of California campus
37°52′30″N 122°15′27″W / 37.875086°N 122.257556°W / 37.875086; -122.257556 (Drawing Building)
Berkeley 1914 building by John Galen Howard; now known as the Naval Architecture Building[11]
40 Dunns Block
Dunns Block
November 15, 1978
(#78000652)
725 Washington St.
37°48′02″N 122°16′32″W / 37.800511°N 122.275442°W / 37.800511; -122.275442 (Dunns Block)
Oakland
41 Dunsmuir House
Dunsmuir House
May 19, 1972
(#72000214)
Peralta Oaks Ct.
37°44′35″N 122°08′47″W / 37.743056°N 122.146389°W / 37.743056; -122.146389 (Dunsmuir House)
Oakland
42 Durant Hall
Durant Hall
March 25, 1982
(#82004640)
Oxford St.
37°52′17″N 122°15′36″W / 37.871258°N 122.260128°W / 37.871258; -122.260128 (Durant Hall)
Berkeley 1911 building by John Galen Howard; formerly Boalt Hall of Law[11]
43 Eden Congregational Church
Eden Congregational Church
August 3, 2007
(#07000788)
1046 Grove Way
37°40′51″N 122°05′37″W / 37.680969°N 122.093611°W / 37.680969; -122.093611 (Eden Congregational Church)
Hayward
44 George C. Edwards Stadium
George C. Edwards Stadium
April 1, 1993
(#93000263)
Junction of Bancroft Way and Fulton St., UC Berkeley campus
37°52′08″N 122°15′53″W / 37.869°N 122.264828°W / 37.869; -122.264828 (George C. Edwards Stadium)
Berkeley
45 Elliston
Elliston
June 19, 1985
(#85001327)
463 and 341 Kilkare Rd.
37°36′05″N 121°53′25″W / 37.601261°N 121.890269°W / 37.601261; -121.890269 (Elliston)
Sunol
46 Faculty Club
Faculty Club
March 25, 1982
(#82004641)
Oxford St.
37°52′18″N 122°15′21″W / 37.871783°N 122.255903°W / 37.871783; -122.255903 (Faculty Club)
Berkeley 1902 building by Bernard Maybeck[12]
47 Federal Realty Building
Federal Realty Building
January 2, 1979
(#79000467)
1615 Broadway
37°48′23″N 122°16′13″W / 37.806294°N 122.270214°W / 37.806294; -122.270214 (Federal Realty Building)
Oakland
48 First Church of Christ, Scientist
First Church of Christ, Scientist
December 22, 1977
(#77000283)
2619 Dwight Way
37°51′56″N 122°15′21″W / 37.865683°N 122.255939°W / 37.865683; -122.255939 (First Church of Christ, Scientist)
Berkeley 1910 building by Bernard Maybeck[13]
49 First Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Building
First Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Building
November 25, 1980
(#80000792)
2001 Santa Clara Ave.
37°46′11″N 122°15′06″W / 37.769756°N 122.251572°W / 37.769756; -122.251572 (First Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Building)
Alameda
50 First Unitarian Church
First Unitarian Church
December 10, 1981
(#81000143)
2401 Bancroft Way
37°52′07″N 122°15′40″W / 37.868642°N 122.261169°W / 37.868642; -122.261169 (First Unitarian Church)
Berkeley 1898 building by A. C. Schweinfurth; now home to the University of California, Berkeley's Dramatic Arts Department[14]
51 First Unitarian Church of Oakland
First Unitarian Church of Oakland
June 16, 1977
(#77000284)
685 14th St.
37°48′25″N 122°16′31″W / 37.806944°N 122.275278°W / 37.806944; -122.275278 (First Unitarian Church of Oakland)
Oakland
52 Founders' Rock
Founders' Rock
March 25, 1982
(#82004642)
Oxford St.
37°52′31″N 122°15′25″W / 37.875319°N 122.256897°W / 37.875319; -122.256897 (Founders' Rock)
Berkeley Site of dedication of the College of California, April 16, 1860[15]
53 Fox Court
Fox Court
February 4, 1982
(#82002159)
1472–1478 University Ave.
37°52′12″N 122°16′57″W / 37.869978°N 122.282628°W / 37.869978; -122.282628 (Fox Court)
Berkeley 1930 Tudor Revival building by Carl Fox[16]
54 Fox Oakland Theatre
Fox Oakland Theatre
February 2, 1979
(#79000468)
1807–1829 Telegraph Ave.
37°48′32″N 122°16′09″W / 37.808889°N 122.269167°W / 37.808889; -122.269167 (Fox Oakland Theatre)
Oakland
55 Garfield Intermediate School
Garfield Intermediate School
June 14, 1982
(#82002160)
1414 Walnut St.
37°52′54″N 122°16′07″W / 37.881592°N 122.268733°W / 37.881592; -122.268733 (Garfield Intermediate School)
Berkeley 1915 building by Ernest Coxhead; also known as Garfield Junior High School; now the Jewish Community Center[8]
56 Giannini Hall
Giannini Hall
March 25, 1982
(#82004643)
Oxford St.
37°52′25″N 122°15′44″W / 37.873544°N 122.262361°W / 37.873544; -122.262361 (Giannini Hall)
Berkeley 1930 building by William C. Hays named for Bank of America founder Amadeo Giannini; built to house the Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics[11]
57 Girton Hall
Girton Hall
September 26, 1991
(#91001473)
Off College Ave. next to Cowell Hospital, University of California, Berkeley campus
37°52′21″N 122°15′11″W / 37.8725°N 122.253056°W / 37.8725; -122.253056 (Girton Hall)
Berkeley 1911 building by Julia Morgan; also known as Senior Women's Hall[11]
58 Golden Sheaf Bakery
Golden Sheaf Bakery
March 31, 1978
(#78000644)
2069–2071 Addison St.
37°52′17″N 122°16′08″W / 37.871272°N 122.269006°W / 37.871272; -122.269006 (Golden Sheaf Bakery)
Berkeley 1905 brick and terra-cotta building by Clinton Day; once part of the Golden Sheaf Bakery, where the first bakers' union was founded in 1904[17]
59 Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption
Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption
May 22, 1978
(#78000651)
9th and Castro Sts.
37°48′13″N 122°16′43″W / 37.803475°N 122.278742°W / 37.803475; -122.278742 (Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption)
Oakland
60 Green Shutter Hotel
Green Shutter Hotel
June 16, 2004
(#04000594)
22650 Main St.
37°40′21″N 122°04′56″W / 37.672403°N 122.082167°W / 37.672403; -122.082167 (Green Shutter Hotel)
Hayward
61 Hagemann Ranch Historic District
Hagemann Ranch Historic District
January 10, 2008
(#07001351)
455 Olivina Ave.
37°40′57″N 121°47′50″W / 37.682369°N 121.797353°W / 37.682369; -121.797353 (Hagemann Ranch Historic District)
Livermore
62 Harrison and Fifteenth Sts. Historic District
Harrison and Fifteenth Sts. Historic District
November 7, 1996
(#96001277)
1401–1501 Harrison St., 300–312 14th St., 300–349 15th St.
37°48′14″N 122°15′59″W / 37.803889°N 122.266389°W / 37.803889; -122.266389 (Harrison and Fifteenth Sts. Historic District)
Oakland
63 Weston Havens House Upload image
June 11, 2008
(#05000597)
255 Panoramic Way
37°52′09″N 122°14′50″W / 37.869069°N 122.247347°W / 37.869069; -122.247347 (Weston Havens House)
Berkeley 1941 house by Harwell Hamilton Harris bequeathed to the University of California by the last direct descendant of Berkeley founder, Francis Kittredge Shattuck[18]
64 Haviland Hall
Haviland Hall
February 1, 1982
(#82002161)
University of California Campus
37°52′25″N 122°15′40″W / 37.873725°N 122.261075°W / 37.873725; -122.261075 (Haviland Hall)
Berkeley 1924 building by John Galen Howard[11]
65 Hearst Greek Theatre
Hearst Greek Theatre
March 25, 1982
(#82004644)
Oxford St.
37°52′25″N 122°15′15″W / 37.873697°N 122.254272°W / 37.873697; -122.254272 (Hearst Greek Theatre)
Berkeley 1903 outdoor theater by John Galen Howard named for donor and publisher William Randolph Hearst[11]
66 Hearst Gymnasium for Women
Hearst Gymnasium for Women
March 25, 1982
(#82004645)
Oxford St.
37°52′10″N 122°15′25″W / 37.869428°N 122.256825°W / 37.869428; -122.256825 (Hearst Gymnasium for Women)
Berkeley 1927 building by Bernard Maybeck and Julia Morgan named in honor of William Randolph Hearst's mother Phoebe Apperson Hearst[11]
67 Hearst Memorial Mining Building
Hearst Memorial Mining Building
March 25, 1982
(#82004646)
Oxford St.
37°52′27″N 122°15′26″W / 37.874189°N 122.257167°W / 37.874189; -122.257167 (Hearst Memorial Mining Building)
Berkeley 1902–1907 building by John Galen Howard, named for Senator George Hearst[11]
68 Heathcote-MacKenzie House
Heathcote-MacKenzie House
October 29, 1991
(#91001538)
4501 Pleasanton Ave.
37°39′37″N 121°53′06″W / 37.660158°N 121.884928°W / 37.660158; -121.884928 (Heathcote-MacKenzie House)
Pleasanton
69 Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon
Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon
September 1, 2000
(#00001067)
56 Jack London Square
37°47′38″N 122°16′23″W / 37.793889°N 122.273056°W / 37.793889; -122.273056 (Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon)
Oakland
70 Hilgard Hall
Hilgard Hall
March 25, 1982
(#82004647)
Oxford St.
37°52′24″N 122°15′48″W / 37.873308°N 122.263433°W / 37.873308; -122.263433 (Hilgard Hall)
Berkeley 1917 building by John Galen Howard; named for Eugene W. Hilgard, renowned pedologist and first dean of the University of California College of Agriculture[11]
71 Hillside School
Hillside School
October 29, 1982
(#82000961)
1581 Leroy Ave.
37°52′50″N 122°15′32″W / 37.880686°N 122.25875°W / 37.880686; -122.25875 (Hillside School)
Berkeley 1925 school by Walter H. Ratcliff, Jr.[8]
72 Kahn's Department Store
Kahn's Department Store
March 30, 1989
(#89000194)
1501–39 Broadway
37°48′21″N 122°16′15″W / 37.805725°N 122.270797°W / 37.805725; -122.270797 (Kahn's Department Store)
Oakland
73 John W. Kottinger Adobe Barn
John W. Kottinger Adobe Barn
September 12, 1985
(#85002305)
200 Ray St.
37°39′47″N 121°52′21″W / 37.663192°N 121.872483°W / 37.663192; -121.872483 (John W. Kottinger Adobe Barn)
Pleasanton
74 Ladies' Relief Society Children's Home
Ladies' Relief Society Children's Home
July 13, 2006
(#06000612)
365 45th St.
37°49′58″N 122°15′26″W / 37.832739°N 122.257111°W / 37.832739; -122.257111 (Ladies' Relief Society Children's Home)
Oakland
75 Lake Merritt Wild Duck Refuge
Lake Merritt Wild Duck Refuge
October 15, 1966
(#66000205)
Lakeside Park, Grand Ave.
37°48′23″N 122°15′18″W / 37.806478°N 122.255003°W / 37.806478; -122.255003 (Lake Merritt Wild Duck Refuge)
Oakland Established March 18, 1870; first official wildlife refuge in the United States[19]
76 LeConte Hall
LeConte Hall
June 25, 2004
(#04000622)
Hearst and Gayley
37°52′21″N 122°15′25″W / 37.872522°N 122.256814°W / 37.872522; -122.256814 (LeConte Hall)
Berkeley
77 Liberty Hall
Liberty Hall
March 30, 1989
(#89000199)
1483–1485 8th St.
37°48′23″N 122°17′44″W / 37.806439°N 122.295533°W / 37.806439; -122.295533 (Liberty Hall)
Oakland Built in 1877;[20] meeting hall of the Oakland chapter of the Universal Negro Improvement Association[21]
78 Lightship WAL-605, RELIEF
Lightship WAL-605, RELIEF
December 20, 1989
(#89002462)
Oakland Estuary in Brooklyn Basin
37°47′44″N 122°16′50″W / 37.795686°N 122.280561°W / 37.795686; -122.280561 (Lightship WAL-605, RELIEF)
Oakland
79 Livermore Carnegie Library and Park
Livermore Carnegie Library and Park
December 3, 2011
(#11000876)
2155 3rd St.
37°40′47″N 121°46′07″W / 37.679642°N 121.768542°W / 37.679642; -121.768542 (Livermore Carnegie Library and Park)
Livermore part of the California Carnegie Libraries MPS
80 Locke House
Locke House
April 7, 1989
(#89000258)
3911 Harrison St.
37°49′19″N 122°15′01″W / 37.821928°N 122.250306°W / 37.821928; -122.250306 (Locke House)
Oakland
81 Loring House
Loring House
July 13, 1989
(#89000857)
1730 Spruce St.
37°52′35″N 122°15′56″W / 37.876467°N 122.265611°W / 37.876467; -122.265611 (Loring House)
Berkeley
82 Madison Park Apartments
Madison Park Apartments
April 1, 1982
(#82002164)
100 9th St.
37°47′53″N 122°15′55″W / 37.797975°N 122.265253°W / 37.797975; -122.265253 (Madison Park Apartments)
Oakland
83 Main Post Office and Federal Building
Main Post Office and Federal Building
October 23, 1980
(#80000796)
201 13th St.
37°48′05″N 122°15′59″W / 37.801339°N 122.266406°W / 37.801339; -122.266406 (Main Post Office and Federal Building)
Oakland
84 Masonic Temple
Masonic Temple
July 15, 1982
(#82002162)
2105 Bancroft Way and 2295 Shattuck Ave.
37°52′04″N 122°16′03″W / 37.867772°N 122.267464°W / 37.867772; -122.267464 (Masonic Temple)
Berkeley
85 Masonic Temple and Lodge
Masonic Temple and Lodge
March 25, 1982
(#82002153)
1329–31 Park St. and 2312 Alameda Ave.
37°45′48″N 122°14′38″W / 37.763361°N 122.243897°W / 37.763361; -122.243897 (Masonic Temple and Lodge)
Alameda
86 McCrea House
McCrea House
February 11, 1982
(#82002165)
3500 Mountain Blvd.
37°48′03″N 122°11′12″W / 37.800781°N 122.186608°W / 37.800781; -122.186608 (McCrea House)
Oakland
87 Meek Mansion and Carriage House
Meek Mansion and Carriage House
June 4, 1973
(#73000393)
240 Hampton Rd.
37°41′04″N 122°06′48″W / 37.684453°N 122.11345°W / 37.684453; -122.11345 (Meek Mansion and Carriage House)
Hayward
88 Mills Hall
Mills Hall
October 14, 1971
(#71000132)
Mills College campus
37°46′47″N 122°10′56″W / 37.779689°N 122.182086°W / 37.779689; -122.182086 (Mills Hall)
Oakland
89 Mission San José
Mission San José
July 14, 1971
(#71000131)
Mission Blvd. at Washington Blvd.
37°32′00″N 121°55′11″W / 37.533425°N 121.919686°W / 37.533425; -121.919686 (Mission San José)
Fremont
90 Montgomery Ward & Company Upload image
June 15, 1999
(#99000691)
2825 E. 14th St.
37°46′47″N 122°13′48″W / 37.779617°N 122.230061°W / 37.779617; -122.230061 (Montgomery Ward & Company)
Oakland Demolished in 2001[22]
91 D. J. Murphy House
D. J. Murphy House
April 6, 1978
(#78000649)
291 McLeod St.
37°40′54″N 121°45′58″W / 37.681594°N 121.766022°W / 37.681594; -121.766022 (D. J. Murphy House)
Livermore
92 Naval Air Station Alameda Historic District
Naval Air Station Alameda Historic District
January 23, 2013
(#12001191)
NAS Alameda
37°47′10″N 122°18′09″W / 37.786182°N 122.302566°W / 37.786182; -122.302566 (Naval Air Station Alameda Historic District)
Alameda vicinity
93 Niles Canyon Transcontinental Railroad Historic District
Niles Canyon Transcontinental Railroad Historic District
October 13, 2010
(#10000843)
Railway corridor from Niles to Pleasanton
37°35′40″N 121°53′19″W / 37.594444°N 121.888611°W / 37.594444; -121.888611 (Niles Canyon Transcontinental Railroad Historic District)
Fremont, Sunol, and Pleasanton vicinity
94 North Gate Hall
North Gate Hall
March 25, 1982
(#82004648)
Oxford St.
37°52′30″N 122°15′35″W / 37.874919°N 122.259831°W / 37.874919; -122.259831 (North Gate Hall)
Berkeley
95 Oakland City Hall
Oakland City Hall
September 15, 1983
(#83001170)
1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza
37°48′19″N 122°16′21″W / 37.805311°N 122.272542°W / 37.805311; -122.272542 (Oakland City Hall)
Oakland
96 Oakland Free Library-23rd Avenue Branch
Oakland Free Library-23rd Avenue Branch
February 16, 1996
(#96000106)
1449 Miller Ave., 2347 E. 15th St.
37°47′01″N 122°14′04″W / 37.783503°N 122.234444°W / 37.783503; -122.234444 (Oakland Free Library-23rd Avenue Branch)
Oakland
97 Oakland Free Library-Alden Branch
Oakland Free Library-Alden Branch
February 16, 1996
(#96000105)
5205 Telegraph Ave., 500 52nd St.
37°50′18″N 122°15′45″W / 37.838197°N 122.262494°W / 37.838197; -122.262494 (Oakland Free Library-Alden Branch)
Oakland
98 Oakland Free Library-Golden Gate Branch
Oakland Free Library-Golden Gate Branch
February 16, 1996
(#96000103)
5606 San Pablo Ave., 1098 56th St.
37°50′21″N 122°16′56″W / 37.839225°N 122.282219°W / 37.839225; -122.282219 (Oakland Free Library-Golden Gate Branch)
Oakland
99 Oakland Free Library-Melrose Branch
Oakland Free Library-Melrose Branch
February 16, 1996
(#96000104)
4805 Foothill Blvd., 1738 48th Ave.
37°46′21″N 122°12′27″W / 37.772511°N 122.207564°W / 37.772511; -122.207564 (Oakland Free Library-Melrose Branch)
Oakland
100 Oakland Hotel
Oakland Hotel
September 4, 1979
(#79000470)
260 13th St.
37°48′09″N 122°16′02″W / 37.802378°N 122.267228°W / 37.802378; -122.267228 (Oakland Hotel)
Oakland
101 Oakland Iron Works-United Works, and the Remillard Brick Company
Oakland Iron Works-United Works, and the Remillard Brick Company
August 25, 1983
(#83001171)
552–592 2nd St.
37°47′50″N 122°16′44″W / 37.797203°N 122.278867°W / 37.797203; -122.278867 (Oakland Iron Works-United Works, and the Remillard Brick Company)
Oakland
102 Oakland Public Library
Oakland Public Library
August 11, 1983
(#83001173)
659 14th St.
37°48′22″N 122°16′35″W / 37.806175°N 122.276403°W / 37.806175; -122.276403 (Oakland Public Library)
Oakland Now the African American Museum and Library.
103 Oakland Waterfront Warehouse District
Oakland Waterfront Warehouse District
April 24, 2000
(#00000361)
Roughly bounded by I-880, Madison St., 2nd St., and Webster St.
37°47′43″N 122°16′16″W / 37.795278°N 122.270997°W / 37.795278; -122.270997 (Oakland Waterfront Warehouse District)
Oakland
104 Donald and Helen Olsen House
Donald and Helen Olsen House
October 1, 2010
(#10000812)
771 San Diego Rd.
37°53′46″N 122°16′21″W / 37.896111°N 122.2725°W / 37.896111; -122.2725 (Donald and Helen Olsen House)
Berkeley
105 Oakland YWCA Building
Oakland YWCA Building
September 20, 1984
(#84000755)
1515 Webster St.
37°48′17″N 122°16′06″W / 37.804611°N 122.268239°W / 37.804611; -122.268239 (Oakland YWCA Building)
Oakland
106 Pacific Gas & Electric Company Building
Pacific Gas & Electric Company Building
July 17, 1986
(#86001665)
1625 Clay and 551 17th Sts.
37°48′26″N 122°16′22″W / 37.807086°N 122.272689°W / 37.807086; -122.272689 (Pacific Gas & Electric Company Building)
Oakland
107 Pacific Press Building Upload image
April 14, 1975
(#75000421)
1117 Castro St.
37°48′17″N 122°16′42″W / 37.804722°N 122.278333°W / 37.804722; -122.278333 (Pacific Press Building)
Oakland demolished
108 Panoramic Hill Upload image
October 21, 2005
(#05000424)
Panoramic Wy, Canyon Rd., Mosswood, Orchard Ln., Arden Rd.
37°52′07″N 122°14′13″W / 37.868617°N 122.236967°W / 37.868617; -122.236967 (Panoramic Hill)
Berkeley
109 Paramount Theatre
Paramount Theatre
August 14, 1973
(#73000395)
2025 Broadway
37°48′35″N 122°16′05″W / 37.809639°N 122.268114°W / 37.809639; -122.268114 (Paramount Theatre)
Oakland
110 Pardee House
Pardee House
May 24, 1976
(#76000476)
672 11th St.
37°48′17″N 122°16′40″W / 37.804722°N 122.277894°W / 37.804722; -122.277894 (Pardee House)
Oakland
111 Park Street Historic Commercial District Upload image
May 12, 1982
(#82002154)
Roughly bounded by Oak St., Park, Lincoln, and Encinal Aves.
37°45′53″N 122°14′36″W / 37.764839°N 122.243217°W / 37.764839; -122.243217 (Park Street Historic Commercial District)
Alameda
112 George Washington Patterson Ranch-Ardenwood
George Washington Patterson Ranch-Ardenwood
November 29, 1985
(#85003043)
34600 Newark Blvd.
37°33′27″N 122°02′57″W / 37.557519°N 122.049247°W / 37.557519; -122.049247 (George Washington Patterson Ranch-Ardenwood)
Fremont
113 Peralta House
Peralta House
November 22, 1978
(#78000654)
561 Lafayette Ave.
37°43′50″N 122°09′42″W / 37.730447°N 122.161769°W / 37.730447; -122.161769 (Peralta House)
San Leandro
114 Antonio Maria Peralta House
Antonio Maria Peralta House
November 17, 1977
(#77000285)
2465 34th Ave.
37°47′14″N 122°13′03″W / 37.787106°N 122.217428°W / 37.787106; -122.217428 (Antonio Maria Peralta House)
Oakland
115 Peterson House
Peterson House
March 11, 1982
(#82002155)
1124 Talbot Ave.
37°53′01″N 122°17′36″W / 37.883636°N 122.293442°W / 37.883636; -122.293442 (Peterson House)
Albany
116 Phi Delta Theta Chapter House
Phi Delta Theta Chapter House
January 11, 1983
(#83001172)
2717 Hearst Ave.
37°52′33″N 122°15′22″W / 37.875861°N 122.255992°W / 37.875861; -122.255992 (Phi Delta Theta Chapter House)
Berkeley
117 Ravenswood
Ravenswood
June 26, 1979
(#79000466)
South of Livermore on Arroyo Rd.
37°39′08″N 121°46′11″W / 37.652122°N 121.769603°W / 37.652122; -121.769603 (Ravenswood)
Livermore
118 Remar Bakery
Remar Bakery
April 11, 2002
(#02000328)
1010 46th St.
37°50′09″N 122°16′33″W / 37.835792°N 122.275958°W / 37.835792; -122.275958 (Remar Bakery)
Emeryville Now known as Bakery Lofts.
119 Room 307, Gilman Hall, University of California Upload image
October 15, 1966
(#66000203)
University of California at Berkeley campus
37°52′21″N 122°15′23″W / 37.872617°N 122.256369°W / 37.872617; -122.256369 (Room 307, Gilman Hall, University of California)
Berkeley
120 Sather Gate and Bridge
Sather Gate and Bridge
March 25, 1982
(#82004649)
U.C.Berkeley
37°52′13″N 122°15′34″W / 37.87025°N 122.259486°W / 37.87025; -122.259486 (Sather Gate and Bridge)
Berkeley
121 Sather Tower
Sather Tower
March 25, 1982
(#82004650)
Oxford St.
37°52′19″N 122°15′28″W / 37.872056°N 122.257819°W / 37.872056; -122.257819 (Sather Tower)
Berkeley
122 Security Bank and Trust Company Building
Security Bank and Trust Company Building
July 26, 1982
(#82002166)
1000 Broadway
37°48′08″N 122°16′19″W / 37.802281°N 122.272036°W / 37.802281; -122.272036 (Security Bank and Trust Company Building)
Oakland Also headquarters of Key System
123 Senior Hall
Senior Hall
November 5, 1974
(#74000506)
University of California, Berkeley campus
37°52′19″N 122°15′19″W / 37.871931°N 122.255386°W / 37.871931; -122.255386 (Senior Hall)
Berkeley 1906 log cabin by John Galen Howard; also known as Senior Men's Hall and Golden Bear Lodge[23]
124 South Berkeley Community Church
South Berkeley Community Church
November 15, 2007
(#07001176)
1802 Fairview St.
37°51′01″N 122°16′21″W / 37.850258°N 122.272508°W / 37.850258; -122.272508 (South Berkeley Community Church)
Berkeley
125 South Hall
South Hall
March 25, 1982
(#82004651)
Oxford St.
37°52′17″N 122°15′31″W / 37.871339°N 122.258517°W / 37.871339; -122.258517 (South Hall)
Berkeley
126 St. John's Presbyterian Church
St. John's Presbyterian Church
August 7, 1974
(#74000507)
2640 College Ave.
37°51′43″N 122°15′13″W / 37.862067°N 122.253744°W / 37.862067; -122.253744 (St. John's Presbyterian Church)
Berkeley Now known as the Julia Morgan Center
127 St. Joseph's Basilica
St. Joseph's Basilica
September 18, 1978
(#78000642)
1109 Chestnut St.
37°45′58″N 122°15′17″W / 37.766144°N 122.254603°W / 37.766144; -122.254603 (St. Joseph's Basilica)
Alameda
128 St. Raymond's Church
St. Raymond's Church
April 12, 2006
(#06000242)
6600 Donlon Way
37°42′00″N 121°56′16″W / 37.700111°N 121.937861°W / 37.700111; -121.937861 (St. Raymond's Church)
Dublin
129 State Asylum for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind
State Asylum for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind
October 14, 1982
(#82000962)
Bounded by Dwight Way, City line, Derby and Warring Sts.
37°51′50″N 122°14′53″W / 37.863911°N 122.248133°W / 37.863911; -122.248133 (State Asylum for the Deaf, Dumb and Blind)
Berkeley Now Clark Kerr Campus
130 Studio Building
Studio Building
April 6, 1978
(#78000645)
2045 Shattuck Ave.
37°52′18″N 122°16′03″W / 37.871781°N 122.267553°W / 37.871781; -122.267553 (Studio Building)
Berkeley
131 The Bellevue-Staten
The Bellevue-Staten
December 27, 1991
(#91001896)
492 Staten Ave.
37°48′29″N 122°15′14″W / 37.807933°N 122.2538°W / 37.807933; -122.2538 (The Bellevue-Staten)
Oakland
132 William R. Thorsen House
William R. Thorsen House
November 20, 1978
(#78000646)
2307 Piedmont Ave.
37°52′08″N 122°15′06″W / 37.868997°N 122.251797°W / 37.868997; -122.251797 (William R. Thorsen House)
Berkeley
133 Toverii Tuppa
Toverii Tuppa
July 12, 1978
(#78000647)
1819 10th St.
37°52′15″N 122°17′37″W / 37.870739°N 122.293586°W / 37.870739; -122.293586 (Toverii Tuppa)
Berkeley
134 Treadwell Mansion and Carriage House
Treadwell Mansion and Carriage House
July 15, 1977
(#77000286)
5212 Broadway
37°50′08″N 122°15′02″W / 37.835631°N 122.250633°W / 37.835631; -122.250633 (Treadwell Mansion and Carriage House)
Oakland Now part of the California College of the Arts
135 Trinity Church
Trinity Church
February 4, 1982
(#82002167)
525 29th St.
37°49′06″N 122°16′05″W / 37.818303°N 122.268047°W / 37.818303; -122.268047 (Trinity Church)
Oakland
136 Tupper and Reed Building
Tupper and Reed Building
January 21, 1982
(#82002163)
2275 Shattuck Ave.
37°52′05″N 122°16′03″W / 37.868131°N 122.267497°W / 37.868131; -122.267497 (Tupper and Reed Building)
Berkeley Now known as Beckett's Pub
137 U.S. Post Office
U.S. Post Office
January 29, 1981
(#81000144)
2000 Allston Way
37°52′08″N 122°16′13″W / 37.868931°N 122.270214°W / 37.868931; -122.270214 (U.S. Post Office)
Berkeley
138 Union Iron Works Powerhouse
Union Iron Works Powerhouse
January 10, 1980
(#80000793)
2308 Webster St.
37°47′12″N 122°16′27″W / 37.786667°N 122.274167°W / 37.786667; -122.274167 (Union Iron Works Powerhouse)
Alameda
139 Union Iron Works Turbine Machine Shop
Union Iron Works Turbine Machine Shop
April 10, 1980
(#80000794)
2200 Webster St.
37°47′04″N 122°16′19″W / 37.784444°N 122.271944°W / 37.784444; -122.271944 (Union Iron Works Turbine Machine Shop)
Alameda
140 University Art Museum
University Art Museum
January 8, 2014
(#13001034)
2626 Bancroft Way
Coordinates missing
Berkeley
141 University High School
University High School
October 2, 1992
(#92001300)
5714 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
37°50′33″N 122°16′10″W / 37.842583°N 122.269508°W / 37.842583; -122.269508 (University High School)
Oakland Now the North Oakland Senior Center and the Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute
142 University House
University House
March 25, 1982
(#82004652)
Oxford St.
37°52′28″N 122°15′44″W / 37.874419°N 122.262228°W / 37.874419; -122.262228 (University House)
Berkeley
143 USS HORNET
USS HORNET
December 4, 1991
(#91002065)
Alameda Point
37°46′22″N 122°18′10″W / 37.772644°N 122.302883°W / 37.772644; -122.302883 (USS HORNET)
Alameda Listed in the National Park Service NRIS database in Bremerton, Washington; moved to Naval Air Station Alameda and opened as a museum in 1998.
144 USS POTOMAC (yacht)
USS POTOMAC (yacht)
February 20, 1987
(#87000068)
1660 Embarcadero
37°47′43″N 122°16′48″W / 37.795286°N 122.280056°W / 37.795286; -122.280056 (USS POTOMAC (yacht))
Oakland
145 Washington Union High School
Washington Union High School
October 5, 1981
(#81000145)
38442 Fremont Blvd.
37°33′10″N 121°59′41″W / 37.552831°N 121.994836°W / 37.552831; -121.994836 (Washington Union High School)
Fremont
146 Wellman Hall
Wellman Hall
March 25, 1982
(#82004653)
Oxford St.
37°52′23″N 122°15′46″W / 37.873047°N 122.262714°W / 37.873047; -122.262714 (Wellman Hall)
Berkeley
147 Wetmore House
Wetmore House
April 14, 1978
(#78000653)
342 Bonita Ave.
37°49′27″N 122°13′59″W / 37.824275°N 122.233178°W / 37.824275; -122.233178 (Wetmore House)
Piedmont
148 Wheeler Hall
Wheeler Hall
March 25, 1982
(#82004654)
Oxford St.
37°52′16″N 122°15′32″W / 37.871028°N 122.258997°W / 37.871028; -122.258997 (Wheeler Hall)
Berkeley
149 White Mansion
White Mansion
October 31, 1980
(#80000797)
604 E. 17th St.
37°47′49″N 122°15′00″W / 37.797003°N 122.249917°W / 37.797003; -122.249917 (White Mansion)
Oakland
150 Women's Athletic Club of Alameda County Upload image
April 29, 2009
(#09000247)
525 Bellevue Ave.
37°48′28″N 122°15′16″W / 37.807769°N 122.254553°W / 37.807769; -122.254553 (Women's Athletic Club of Alameda County)
Oakland

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed/removed Location City or town Summary
1 Byrne House Upload image
February 17, 1978
(#78000643)
November 11, 1990
1301 Oxford St.
Coordinates missing
Berkeley Destroyed by fire in 1984.

Site determined eligible but not yet listed on the National Register of Historic Places[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Claremont Hotel
Claremont Hotel
May 22, 2003
(#03000427)
41 Tunnel Rd.
37°51′32″N 122°14′31″W / 37.858972°N 122.241992°W / 37.858972; -122.241992 (Claremont Hotel)
Berkeley

Sites moved to a different location[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 M.V. SANTA ROSA
M.V. SANTA ROSA
May 29, 1979
(#79000469)
Pier 3, San Francisco
Coordinates missing
San Francisco Listed in the NRIS database as located Howard Terminal, Oakland. The vessel, now moored at Pier 3 in San Francisco, is owned by Hornblower Yachts and has been used as a concert venue.[24]
2 CITY OF OAKLAND (USS HOGA)
CITY OF OAKLAND (USS HOGA)
June 30, 1989
(#89001429)
Suisun Bay (see summary)
Coordinates missing
Benicia Listed in the NRIS database as located at FDR Memorial Pier, Jack London Square, Oakland. The vessel was transferred to the Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum (AIMM) in 2005[25] and was scheduled to be moved to North Little Rock, Arkansas in 2007. The move has been delayed by damage from Hurricane Katrina along the proposed tow route to AIMM and transport costs.[26] As of April 2009, the vessel was moored at Suisun Bay, California.[27]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on December 24, 2014.
  3. ^ a b c d Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-24. 
  5. ^ a b c The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ "Joaquin Miller Park Points of Interest". Retrieved November 18, 2011. 
  7. ^ Jones, Carolyn (October 21, 2009). "Joaquin Miller's Abbey to be restored". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved November 18, 2011. 
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  9. ^ "Old City Hall renamed for Maudelle Shirek". City of Berkeley. March 22, 2007. Retrieved April 28, 2009. 
  10. ^ "Berkeley Landmarks: Nos. 101–200". Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association. 2009. Retrieved April 28, 2009. 
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  12. ^ Thompson, Daniella (June 11, 2005). "Ken Cardwell recalls Bernard Maybeck". Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association. Retrieved April 28, 2009. 
  13. ^ Cerny, Susan (August 24, 2002). "Church is a classic worth saving". Berkeley, CA: The Berkeley Daily Planet. Retrieved April 28, 2009. 
  14. ^ Thompson, Daniella (May 15, 2008). "East Bay, Then and Now: Schweinfurth’s First Unitarian: A Powerhouse of a Church". Berkeley, CA: The Berkeley Daily Planet. Retrieved April 28, 2009. 
  15. ^ Cerny, Susan (March 3, 2001). "Founder’s Rock marks the beginnings of UC". Berkeley, CA: The Berkeley Daily Planet. Retrieved April 28, 2009. 
  16. ^ Cerny, Susan (January 12, 2002). "Fox’s romantic retreats hide within busy University Ave.". Berkeley, CA: The Berkeley Daily Planet. Retrieved April 28, 2009. 
  17. ^ Cerny, Susan (October 27, 2001). "Berkeley bakery once the largest in the East Bay". Berkeley, CA: The Berkeley Daily Planet. Retrieved April 28, 2009. 
  18. ^ Loomis, John A. (July 17, 2004). "House on the hill: Architects of tomorrow get a chance to learn from a midcentury modern masterpiece". San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco, CA. p. F-1. Retrieved April 28, 2009. 
  19. ^ "National Historic Landmarks Program: Lake Merritt Wild Duck Refuge". National Park Service. Retrieved November 18, 2011. 
  20. ^ Tramble, Thomas; Tramble, Wilma (2007). The Pullman Porters and West Oakland. Images of America. Arcadia Publishing. p. 68. ISBN 978-0-7385-4789-3. 
  21. ^ Curtis, Nancy C. (1996). Black heritage sites: an African American odyssey and finder's guide. ALA Editions. p. 587. ISBN 978-0-8389-0643-9. 
  22. ^ "Wards Demolition 'A Sad Occasion'". Oakland Post (Oakland, California: Alameda Publishing Corp.). February 14, 2001. p. 4. 
  23. ^ Thompson, Daniella (October 27, 2006). "East Bay Then and Now: East Bay Buildings Inspired by Precedent, Part II". Berkeley, CA: The Berkeley Daily Planet. Retrieved April 28, 2009. 
  24. ^ Lebaron, Gaye (July 16, 2006). "Ferry Embarks on New Life as Floating Concert Hall". Santa Rosa, CA: The Press Democrat. p. B1. Retrieved April 29, 2009. 
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