Compiled by David Nicolai, Director of the The Pardee Home Museum

Land-mark No. Landmark Name Address Architect and Date Current Ownership Current Use Date of Landmark Designation Other Landmark Designations and Notes on Significance

1

Western Pacific Depot

3rd and Washington Streets

July 9, 1974

2

Camron-Stanford House

1426 Lakeside Drive

1876

City

house museum and offices

January 7, 1975

NRHP (1972); www.cshouse.org

3

Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon

90 Jack London Square

1880

Port of Oakland

tavern

January 7, 1975

NRHP (2000)

4

Tower to General John C. Fremont

Joaquin Miller Park

City of Oakland

January 7, 1975

5

Joaquin Miller Abbey

Joaquin Miller Park

built in 1886 by Joaquin Miller

City of Oakland

monument

January 7, 1975

CHL 107; NRHP (1966); National Historic Landmark

6

J. Mora Moss Cottage

Mosswood Park, 3612 Webster

S. H. Williams, 1864

City

park recreation center

January 7, 1975

7

Governor George C. Pardee House

672 11th Street

Willliam Hoagland and John J. Newsom; 1868

Pardee Home Foundation

house museum

January 7, 1975

NRHP 1975, CHL 1998 (#1027). Outstanding Italianate villa; home to 2 Oakland mayors, one of whom also became governor of CA from 1903-1907. www.pardeehome.org

8

Alfred H. Cohen House

1440 29th Avenue

1884

January 7, 1975

NRHP (1973);www.cohen-brayhouse.info

9

Paramount Theatre

2025 Broadway

Timothy Pflueger, 1931

City

movie and performing arts theatre

January 7, 1975

NRHP (1973); NHL; www.paramounttheatre.com

10

Antonio Maria Peralta House

2465 34th Avenue

City

house museum

August 5, 1975

CHL 925 (1977); NRHP (1977); www.peraltahacienda.org

11

Site of Adobe Headquarters, Rancho San Antonio

2465,2501, and 2511 34th Ave.

City

August 5, 1975

12

Treadwell Hall

5212 Broadway

California College of the Arts

Macky Hall (administrative offices for CCA)

August 5, 1975

NRHP (1977) (as Treadwell Mansion and Carriage House); www.cca.edu

13

First Unitarian Church

685 14th St.

Walter J. Matthews; 1889

church

August 5, 1975

CHL 896 ; NRHP (1977); uuoakland.org

14

Frederick B. Ginn House

660 13th St.

EBALDC (East Bay Asian Local Development Corp.)

offices and meeting spaces (Preservation Park)

August 5, 1975

15

Tribune Tower

409-415 13th St.

Edward Foulkes, 1923

Oakland Tribune offices and condos

May 4, 1976

16

Herbert Hoover House

1079 12th St.

private residence

October 5, 1976

17

Jack London House

1914 Foothill Blvd.

private residence

March 8, 1977

18

Young Women's Christian Assn.

1515 Webster St.

Julia Morgan; 1915

YWCA and other offices; dormitory rooms

May 24, 1977

NRHP (1984); ywcaoakland.org

19

Lakeshore Highlands Portals

Trestle Glen Rd. & Longridge Rd.

November 15, 1977

20

Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption

950 Castro St. (originally 920 Brush St.)

church

November 29, 1977

NRHP ( 1978)

21

Quinn House

1004-1006 16th St.(originally 1425 Castro St.)

March 21, 1978

22

Arbor Villa Palm Trees

West side of 9th Ave from E.24th to E. 28th St; Along Bayview Avenue from E. 28th to 927 Bayview and on E. 28th from Park Blvd. To 9th Ave.

23

Fox Oakland Theatre and Building

1807-1829 Telegraph Ave.

Weeks and Day (?); Maury Diggs (?); 1928

city

vacant

March 28, 1978

NRHP (1979); www.foxoakland.org

24

California Cotton Mills (1917 building)

1091 Calcot Place

February 20, 1979

25

Maclise Drug Store Building

1633 San Pablo Ave.

February 20, 1979

26

Locke House

3911 Harrison St.

April 3, 1979

NRHP (1989)

27

Oakland Municipal Auditorium

10 Tenth St.

John J. Donovan, 1915; niche bas-reliefs by Alexander Sterling Calder

City

Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center

April 3, 1979

28

Oakland City Hall

1 Frank Ogawa Plaza

Palmer, Hornbostel, and Jones; 1911

City

city hall

June 19, 1979

NRHP (1983)

29

St. Augustine's/Old Trinity Church

29th St. and Telegraph Ave.

Reverend Blakewell and W.H. Hamilton; 1892-3

Episcopal Diocese of California

church

December 4, 1979

NRHP (1982); www.staugepiscopal.org

30

Earl Warren House

88 Vernon Street

December 4, 1979

31

Hotel Oakland

260 13th St.

senior housing

December 18, 1979

NRHP (1979)

32

Caldecott Tunnel

State Highway 24 at the Contra Costa County line

CALTRANS (?)

traffic tunnel

January 22, 1980

33

North Field, Oakland International Airport

Port of Oakland (?)

February 5, 1980

34

Montclair Fire House

6226 Moraga Ave.

City

vacant (?)

March 18, 1980

35

Brooklyn Fire House

1235 E. 14th St. (International Boulevard)

City

fire house (?)

April 8, 1980

36

Point Oakland Fire House (demolished)

1681 8th St.

May 27, 1980

37

Dunsmuir House and Carriage House

2960 Peralta Oaks Court

Eugene Freeman; 1899

City

house museum

May 27, 1980

NRHP (1972)

38

Old Survivor Redwood Tree

Leona Park

City

June 24, 1980

39

Lake Merritt (Lakeside Park and Wildlife Refuge)

City

July 8, 1980

Wildlife Refuge: NRHP (1966) & National Historic Landmark

40

Leimert Bridge

Leimert Blvd. Between Park Blvd. and Clemens Rd.

City

bridge

September 30, 1980

41

Glenview Branch Library

4231 Park Blvd.

September 30, 1980

42

Asa White House

604 E. 17th St.

1878

November 4, 1980

43

Four Carnegie Libraries: Golden Gate, 5606 San Pablo; Melrose, 4805 Foothill; Temescal, 5205 Telegraph; 23rd Avenue, 1441 Miller Ave.

City

branch libraries

November 4, 1980

All four libraries were placed on the NRHP in 1996 as part of a multi-property California Carnegie Libraries listing.

44

King's Daughter Home

3900 Broadway

Julia Morgan

November 4, 1980

45

Morcom Ampitheater of Roses

600 Jean St.

City

municipal rose garden

November 4, 1980

46

Second Church of Christ, Scientist

476 34th St.

Parks Chapel A.M.E. Church

church

February 24, 1981

47

James White House

702 11th St. (original location); now at Preservation Park

East Bay Asian Local Development Corp.

Preservation Park office and café

April 14, 1981

48

Charles S. Greene Library

659 14th St.

Flaville and Bliss; 1900

City

AAMLO (African-American Museum and Library of Oakland

April 14, 1981

49

Southern Pacific Mole

Western terminus of 7th Street

April 14, 1981

50

John C. McMullen Ave

2748 Grande Vista Ave.

May 5, 1981

51

George McCrea House and Indian Campground

Holy Names College Campus

May 5, 1981

NRHP (1982)

52

Grand Lake Theatre and Roof Sign

3200 Grand Ave.

movie theatre

July 14, 1981

53

Dr. William Bamford House

1235-9 East 15th St.

c. 1860's

November 17, 1981

54

James Presho House

1806 10th Ave.

Samuel and Joseph Newsom (?); 1894

55

Seymour C. Davisson House

1527 Union St.

Samuel and Joseph Newsom; c. 1881-1885

November 17, 1981

56

DeFremery House

1651 Adeline St.

c. 1863-4

City

park recreation center

November 17,1981

57

Capt. Henry E. Nichols House

2304 9th Ave.

Newsom and Newsom; 1887

December 3, 1981

58

Williams Block

1148-1156 East 12th St.

c. 1880's

July 20, 1982

59

Central Block (demolished)

1102-1118 East 12th St.

July 20, 1982

60

Portland Hotel - Henry House

470-482 9th St.

William Stokes; 1877-8

November 9, 1982

61

Dunn Block

721-725 Washington St.

1878-9

November 9, 1982

NRHP - 1978

62

Peniel Mission (Oriental Block)

716-724 Washington St.

John Marquis, 1885-6

November 9, 1982

63

Victor H. Metcalf House

750 14th St. (originally 245 Perkins St.

November 9, 1982

64

LaSalle Hotel Building

491-497 9th Street

William Stokes; 1877-8

November 9, 1982

65

Cental Pacific Railway Depot

464-468 7th St.

November 9, 1982

66

Bowman M. Brown's Bldg. and Annex

727-735 Washington St., 509-513 8th St.

1878-79

November 9, 1982

67

Hume-Wilcutt House

918 18th St.

February 15, 1983

68

Wilcox Block and Annex (Gladstone)

821-833 Broadway; 459-475 9th St.

1868

February 15, 1983

69

Delger Block

901-933 Broadway

Kenitzer and Raun; 1880-85

April 12, 1983

70

Cathedral Building

1615 Broadway

Benjamin McDougal; 1914

office building

April 12, 1983

NRHP - 1979 (as Federal Realty Bldg.)

71

Holland-Canning House

954 !6th St

1878

July 12, 1983

72

Reed-Henshaw House

974 16th St.

July 12, 1983

73

Campbell House

1014 16th St

July 12, 1983

74

Gladding-Chickering House

970 16th St.

July 12, 1983

75

Cattaneo Block (Buon Gusto Bakery)

5006-5010 Telegraph Ave.

September 6, 1983

76

Lloyd Hotel Building

477-487 9th St.

1879-1880

November 8, 1983

77

Arlington Hotel Building

484-494 9th St.

November 8, 1983

78

Gooch Block (Ratto's International Grocery)

817-829 Washington St.

John S. Tibbals; 1876

December 20, 1983

79

Jefferson Square

Bordered by 6th and 7th Streets and MLK and Jefferson Streets

City

park

December 20, 1983

80

Lincoln Square (Oakland Square)

Bordered by 10th and 11th Streets and by Harrison and Alice Streets

City

park

December 20, 1983

81

Southern Pacific Railroad Station

16th and Wood Streets

City (?)

vacant

January 31, 1983

82

1100 Broadway Building

1100 Broadway

January 31, 1984

83

St. James Episcopal Church and Parish Hall

1540 12th Avenue

1860; 1884

church

May 29, 1984

CHL # 694; www.stjamesoakland.com

84

Brooklyn Presbyterian Church and Parish Hall

1433 12th Ave.

1887

church

June 26, 1984

85

Asian Resource Center

8th and Harrison Streets

October 16, 1984

86

Latham Square Fountain

15th and Telegraph

October 16, 1984

87

St. Joseph's Home for the Aged and Professional Center

2647 East 14th St. (International Blvd.)

1912

November 13, 1984

88

Howden Building

325-343 17th St.

1925

November 13, 1984

89

Financial Center Building

405 14th St.

1930

November 13,1984

90

Lafayette Square

Bordered by 10th and 11th Streets and by MLK Way and Jefferson Street.

City

park

January 8, 1985

91

Mary R. Smith Trust Cottages; Initial Cottage

23-27 Home Place West

April 23, 1985

92

Mary R. Smith Trust Cottages; Grace Cottage

1101-1105 McKinley

April 23, 1985

93

Mary R. Smith Trust Cottages; Evelyn Cottage

3001 Park Blvd.

April 23, 1985

94

Mary R. Smith Trust Cottages; The Lodge

2901 Park Blvd.

April 23, 1985

95

U.S.S. Potomac

1660 Embarcadero

April 23, 1985

www.usspotomac.org

96

Civic Center Post Office

201 13th St.

1932

post office; USPS

April 23, 1985

NRHP (1980)

97

Necklace of Lights

Around Lake Merritt

May 8, 1985

98

Oakland Iron Works; United Iron Works

2nd at Jefferson

demolished

July 16, 1985

NRHP (1980)

99

Oakland Technical High School

4500 Broadway

1914

High school; OUSD

July 23, 1985

100

Oakland Title Insurance Building

1449-1459 Franklin St./401-407 15th St.

Maury Diggs, 1921

July 30, 1985

101

White Building

327-349 15th St./1464-1466 Webster St.

1924

November 12, 1985

102

Roos Brothers Building

1500-1520 Broadway; 448 15th St

1922

July 8, 1986

103

Chryst House

1600 Fernwood Drive

July 8, 1986

104

Attached Residences

3034-3040 Richmond Blvd.

July 8, 1986

105

Tower House

1937 8th Ave.

c. 1892

July 15, 1986

106

Leamington Hotel Building and Annex

1800-1826 Franklin St./365-389 19th St.

April 7, 1987

107

Western Market Building (Liberty Hall)

1483-87 8th St./ 782 Chester St.

Jubilee West

June 19, 1987

108

Fricke Building

565-567 11th St.

demolished

January 19, 1988

landmark status deleted on July 19, 1988

109

Wetmore House Group

571, 573, 575, 577, & 583 11th St.

demolished

January 19, 1988

landmark status deleted on July 19, 1988

110

Posey Tube Portal

415 Harrison St.

Port of Oakland (?)

June 23, 1992

111

Ellen Kenna House

1218 East 21st St.

June 23, 1992

112

Lake Merritt Hotel

1800 Madison St.

1927

hotel

June 23, 1992

www.lakemerritthotel.com

113

Palace Apts (or Alison Apts.)

1560 Alice St.

1915

June 23, 1992

114

Safeway Stores Office and Warehouse Building

5701-5759 E. 14th St. (International Blvd.)

March 9, 1993

115

Oakland Chinese Presbyterian Church (and Annex)

265-273 8th St.

church

May 3, 1994

oaklandcpc.presbychurch.org

116

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

114 Montecito Ave.

church

May 24, 1994

stpaulsoakland.org

117

University High School

5714 MLK Way

July 19, 1994

118

Temple Sinai

2808 Summit Street

synagogue;

December 13, 1994

www.oaklandsinai.org

119

Oakland Museum (including certain interior features)

1000 Oak St.

City

museum

February 7, 1995

www.museumca.org

120

Borax Smith's Red House

817 East 24th St.

June 6, 1995

121

Alameda County Title Insurance Co. Bldg. (Holland/Everis Bldg.)

380-398 14th St./1400-1404 Franklin St.

June 6, 1995

122

Joe and Rose Shoong House

385 Bellevue Ave.

December 5, 1995

123

Charles and Lucretia Bates House

399 Bellevue Ave.

Joe Ware

bed and breakfast and private residence

December 5, 1995

www.bateshouse.org

124

John and Anna McElroy House

401 Lee St.

December 5, 1995

125

Fire Station #10 (including certain interior features)

172 Santa Clara Ave.

December 5, 1995

126

Our Savior Danish Lutheran Church (Seventh Ave. Missionary Baptist Church)

1740 7th Ave.

1921

January 23, 1996

127

Oakland Laundry Company/ Calou's Linen Service

730 29th St.

January 23, 1996

128

Walter "Brownie" McGhee House

688 43rd St.

December 3, 1996

129

Chapel of the Chimes

4499 Piedmont Ave.

Julia Morgan

March 30, 1999

www.chapelofthechimes.com

130

American Bag Co. Building

299 3rd St.

March 30, 1999

NRHP - 1999

41a

Glenview Branch Library Interior

4231 Park Blvd.

February 25, 1977

9a

Paramount Theatre Interior

2025 Broadway

theatre; city of Oakland

March 9, 1993

Historic Districts

1

Preservation Park

Bounded by 11th, 14th, Castro, and MLK Streets

August 12, 1975

2

Victorian Row (Old Oakland)

Bounded by 7th, 10th, and Clay Streets and Broadway

April 13, 1976

3

Preservation Park Extension

Bounded by 10th, 11th, Jefferson, and Castro Streets

April 17, 1979

4

Downtown Brooklyn-Clinton

Northern side of E. 12th St. between 11th and 12th Avenues

July 20, 1982

5

10th Avenue

Portions of the 1900, 2000, and 2100 blocks of 10th Avenue

May 3, 1988

6

Bellevue Staten Apartment District

Portions of Bellevue Ave., Ellita Ave., and Staten Ave. adjoining Lakeside Park

January 14, 1997