THE BUILDINGS AND THE ECCENTRICS OF THE EAST BAY

The Exciting Lives of Two Amazing Nineteenth Century Buildings in the East Bay. One was built by a working woman who cleaned houses and one was built by a nationally acclaimed actor. Both buildings were influenced by the character and drama of their owners’ lives.

RICHARD SCHWARTZ, Contractor, Historian, and Author of five books; including Earthquake Exodus, 1906; Eccentrics, Heroes and Cutthroats of Old Berkeley;  and Berkeley 1900. 

Location: Scott's Jack London Square, #2 Broadway – Harbor View Room A.
Time: 5:45 pm tabletops and networking, 6:30 pm dinner, 7:15 pm program
Note: When purchasing your ticket, please also select your entree choice.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

PARTNERS IN PRESERVATION!

Please join OHA on October 19 at 7 pm, at the historic First Unitarian Church, 685 14th St in Oakland, in the Fellowship Hall, to honor and celebrate some of the best recent projects, people, and efforts in Oakland preservation. The First Unitarian Church, designed by prominent local architect Walter J. Mathews, has weathered earthquakes, world events, and freeway construction since its completion in 1891. To register for the event, visit us at eventbrite or call the office at 763-9218.