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Temelec Hall, 20750 Arnold Avenue, Sonoma, Sonoma County, CA

Temelec Hall, 20750 Arnold Avenue, Sonoma, Sonoma County, CA

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Summary

Significance: Built in 1858. Its builder and first owner, "Captain" Granville P. Swift, can west with the Kelsey Party in 1843; and was a member of the Bear Flag Party that seized Sonoma and proclaimed California a Republic. The second owner was William Kissane, a fugitive from justice in the east, who had established himself in respectability in Sonoma as "Colonel" W.K. Rogers, and acquired property in 1863. The large two-story house is a superb example of modified Classical Revival, constructed of cut stone and field stone; it is an exceptional example, with its outbuildings, of an elaborate establishment for the place and period.
Survey number: HABS CA-1563
Building/structure dates: 1858 Initial Construction

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Swift, Granville P
Kissane, William
Rogers, W K
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Sonoma (Calif.)38.26781, -122.48957
Google Map of 38.2678064, -122.4895732
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