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1. Hacienda, a residence on Escondido Road, Stanford University Hacienda, a residence on Escondido Road, Stanford University An image of the Peter Coutts' barn shortly after its conversion into a residence in the late 1930s or 1940s. Image 004-005 shows the same building during conversion.

2. Residence at 2275 Amherst Street Residence at 2275 Amherst Street Miller, Walter; This Queen Anne residence was the residence of Walter Miller, member of the original faculty of Stanford University.

3. Boyce Residence, 1886 Boyce Residence, 1886 Boyce family -- Homes and haunts; Residence of Chas P. and Ann M. Boyce on Pittman Road (now Channing Avenue)

4. Residence at 2300 Byron Street. Residence at 2300 Byron Street. Residence with tile roof and large garden.

5. Residence at 2275 Amherst Street Residence at 2275 Amherst Street Residence at 2275 Amherst Street, exterior view, 1992.

6. Bodley residence, 353 Lytton Avenue, 1904 Bodley residence, 353 Lytton Avenue, 1904 Bodley, John W.; Tripp, Mae; Tripp, Mrs.; Wood, John A.; Bodley, J. Russell; Bodley family The family is seated in a car in front of the residence. John W. Bodley, Miss Mae Tripp, and Mrs. Tripp are in the rear. Captain John A. Wood and an unidentified man sit in the front seat with baby, J....

7. The Frenchman's barn The Frenchman's barn An undated image of one of Peter Coutts' barns while undergoing renovation into the Hacienda, a residence.

8. Demolition of the Hart-Parker residence Demolition of the Hart-Parker residence Demolition of the Hart-Parker residence, 101 Alma, 1958.

9. Palo Alto residence Palo Alto residence An unidentified new residence with white stucco walls, a tile roof, and multiple chimneys.

10. Jules Mercier residence, Newell Road, 1890 Jules Mercier residence, Newell Road, 1890 Mercier family -- Homes and haunts; Mercier family; Mercier, Jules; Ponce, Joseph P.; Berson, A.; Wilson, Charles Gordon; Mercier, Adeline Ponce; Ponce, Julia; Ponce family; Dijeau, Mme. Family and friends gather in front of home named “Marguerite Villa”. Among those identified in the photo are Joseph P. Ponce (3rd from left), A. Berson (4th from left), Jules Mercier (standing in black...

11. Marigold Cottage, Newell Road, 1890 Marigold Cottage, Newell Road, 1890 Wilson, Charles Gordon -- Homes and haunts The residence of Captain Charles Wilson identified on the picture as part of the Mercier tract. A man and woman stand on the porch which is decorated with small American flags. Another man, raising his...

12. Wilson residence, Newell Road Wilson residence, Newell Road Wilson, Charles Gordon; Wilson, Mrs.; Kidd, Dollie; Wilson, Charles Gordon -- Homes and haunts Captain Charles G. Wilson and his wife pose with her sister, Mrs. Dollie Kidd, on the porch of the family home. A lawn surrounds the house decorated with shrubs and stairs lead to the front porch. Curtains...

13. Residence, 446 Forest Avenue Residence, 446 Forest Avenue Moss, John Henry -- Homes and haunts An undated view of the exterior of the home and its garden with trees (one a palm) in front. Information on back of photo indicates that it is the residence of John Moss.

14. Residence, 446 Forest Avenue Residence, 446 Forest Avenue Moss, John Henry -- Homes and haunts An undated view of the exterior of the home (identified as the residence of John Moss) from the street. A large palm tree grows in the middle of the lawn; a garage is visible behind the house.

15. Seale residence, California Avenue, 1932 Seale residence, California Avenue, 1932 Seale family -- Homes and haunts; Seale family; Seale, Alfred Information on back of photograph identifies this residence as the “Old Seale Residence” on California Avenue. Alfred Seale, upon examining the image, in 1986 disputed this information. The house is...

16. Mabel Seale and the Seale residence Mabel Seale and the Seale residence Seale, Thomas -- Homes and haunts; Seale family; Seale, Mabel Mabel Seale and a dog stand in the garden in front of the Thomas Seale residence near California Avenue. There is a fountain behind her surrounded by flowers with trees in the background; the porch of...

17. Mercier residence built in 1876 Mercier residence built in 1876 Mercier family -- Homes and haunts A woman and girl sit on the steps leading to the porch of the Mercier residence. The photograph was taken between 1876 and 1890.

18. G. R. Parkinson residence, 467 Forest Avenue, 1896 G. R. Parkinson residence, 467 Forest Avenue, 1896 Parkinson, George R. -- Homes and haunts; Parkinson family An unidentified men and woman stand on the front porch of the residence on Forest Avenue. A bicycle is parked at the curb; trees, shrubs, and lawn surround the house; stairs lead to the porch; a chimney...

19. Henry Seale residence, California Avenue Henry Seale residence, California Avenue Seale, Henry -- Homes and haunts An early undated image of the Henry Seale residence. The house is surrounded by lawn and trees; a large porch with balcony decorates the front with stairs leading up to it; a ladder stands on the balcony;...

20. Henry Seale residence, California Avenue, 1886 Henry Seale residence, California Avenue, 1886 Seale, Henry -- Homes and haunts Front view of the Henry Seale residence. The house is surrounded by lawn and trees; a large porch with balcony decorates the front; a fountain decorates the lawn; chimneys rise above the roof.
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