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Plat & dimensions of circle on Pennsylvania Avenue at intersection of Pa. Avenue, New Hampshire Avenue, K Street north, 23d Street west : [Washington Circle, Washington D.C.] /

Plat & dimensions of circle on Pennsylvania Avenue at intersection of ...

"18th Nov'r 1854." Includes survey notes. LC copy mounted on cloth backing. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. DCP

Sacramento City, K Street, looking East from the Masonic Hall

Sacramento City, K Street, looking East from the Masonic Hall

Shows Golden eagle Hotel, Toll's Stable, church or City Hall and other buildings. The Library holds only one photo from a pair published as a stereographic view. Gems of California scenery, no. 1065. LOT subdiv... more

Sacramento City, K Street, Masonic Hall and Catholic Church

Sacramento City, K Street, Masonic Hall and Catholic Church

The Library holds only one photo from a pair published as a stereographic view. Gems of California scenery, no. 1064. LOT subdivision subject: Sacramento. This record contains unverified old data from caption card.

K Street, Sacramento, from Kohn's Bldg.

K Street, Sacramento, from Kohn's Bldg.

The Library holds only one photo from a pair published as a stereographic view. Gems of California scenery, no. 1078. LOT subdivision subject: Sacramento. This record contains unverified old data from caption card.

Sacramento City, K Street, looking West from the Masonic Hall - [W]averly House Meals 25 cents, several buildings

Sacramento City, K Street, looking West from the Masonic Hall - [W]ave...

The Library holds only one photo from a pair published as a stereographic view. Gems of California scenery, no. 1066. LOT subdivision subject: Sacramento. This record contains unverified old data from caption card.

Sacramento City, K Street, from Masonic Hall

Sacramento City, K Street, from Masonic Hall

The Library holds only one photo from a pair published as a stereographic view. Gems of California scenery, no. 1067. LOT subdivision subject: Sacramento. This record contains unverified old data from caption card.

[Duplex ("dwellings") for R.L. and Vinnie Ream Hoxie, 1632 K Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. Basement plan and Principal story plan]

[Duplex ("dwellings") for R.L. and Vinnie Ream Hoxie, 1632 K Street, N...

Architectural drawing in pencil with the house of "Lieut. R. L. Hoxie" inked in. Title devised by Library staff.

[Exterior of home of Senator Philander Knox, 1527 K Street, NW, Washington, D.C.]

[Exterior of home of Senator Philander Knox, 1527 K Street, NW, Washin...

Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection. No. 1320. Dates based on years when Knox was in residence. Address derived from New York Times article, Oct. 13, 1921.

An elevated view of K Street, S.W., between Alley towards 3rd Street and 412 (4th) Street, looking South to S.W. from Smallwood School (I between 3rd & 4th)

An elevated view of K Street, S.W., between Alley towards 3rd Street a...

Title devised by Library staff. On print of negative in LOT 11516-D: "See LC-Z71-4, 11516-C (right half background) ; Delaware Avenue and O Street ; Washington Railway & Electric Co. House ; Carbarn & Power; Gr... more

View of K Street, S.E., between 12 & 1st Street, looking North to N.W.

View of K Street, S.E., between 12 & 1st Street, looking North to N.W.

Title devised by Library staff. Annotations on corresponding photographic print in LOT 11516-C: "See LC-Z71-4 ; LC-Z71-6 & 7, 11516-D." Forms part of: D.C. Street Survey Collection.

View looking North on 4 12 (4th) Street from K Street to I Street, S.W.

View looking North on 4 12 (4th) Street from K Street to I Street, S.W...

Title devised by Library staff. Annotations on corresponding photographic print in LOT 11516-D: "See also LC-Z7-114." Forms part of: D.C. Street Survey Collection.

View looking South on 4 12 (4th) Street from I Street to K Street, S.W.

View looking South on 4 12 (4th) Street from I Street to K Street, S.W...

Title devised by Library staff. Annotations on corresponding photographic print in LOT 11516-D: "See also LC-Z7-113 ; P.J. Fitzgerald (901 41/2 Street, S.W.)." Forms part of: D.C. Street Survey Collection.

An elevated view of I Street, S.E., between 2nd & 3rd, looking Southwest towards K Street & New Jersey Ave.

An elevated view of I Street, S.E., between 2nd & 3rd, looking Southwe...

Title devised by Library staff. On print of negative in LOT 11516: "Baltimore & Potomac RR tracks ; Washington Fertilizer Co. (K Street between 2nd & N.J., left of center behind train tracks)." Forms part of: D... more

Washington, D.C. Student's car in front of University Club on K Street, N.W

Washington, D.C. Student's car in front of University Club on K Street...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... more

Washington, D.C. Student's car in front of University Club on K Street, N.W

Washington, D.C. Student's car in front of University Club on K Street...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... more

Franklin Square on K Street, Washington, D.C's "power corridor"

Franklin Square on K Street, Washington, D.C's "power corridor"

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Franklin Park on K Street in Washington, D.C.

Franklin Park on K Street in Washington, D.C.

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Workers clean Franklin Square Park on K Street, Washington, D.C.

Workers clean Franklin Square Park on K Street, Washington, D.C.

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

K Street view from Franklin Park in Washington, D.C.

K Street view from Franklin Park in Washington, D.C.

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Fire station near K Street on 13th Street, Washington, D.C.

Fire station near K Street on 13th Street, Washington, D.C.

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... more

Oakland Naval Supply Center, Heating Plant, On Northwest Corner of K Street & Fifth Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Oakland Naval Supply Center, Heating Plant, On Northwest Corner of K S...

Survey number: HABS CA-2614-II Building/structure dates: 1943 Initial Construction

Oakland Naval Supply Center, Heating Plant, On Northwest Corner of K Street & Fifth Street, Oakland, Alameda County, CA

Oakland Naval Supply Center, Heating Plant, On Northwest Corner of K S...

Survey number: HABS CA-2614-II Building/structure dates: 1943 Initial Construction

Rivett-Fuller Building, 128 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Rivett-Fuller Building, 128 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, C...

Significance: Building later occupied by Whittier & Fuller until 1879. Survey number: HABS CA-1250 Building/structure dates: 1852 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1850 Subsequent Work Buil... more

Rivett-Fuller Building, 128 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Rivett-Fuller Building, 128 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, C...

Significance: Building later occupied by Whittier & Fuller until 1879. Survey number: HABS CA-1250 Building/structure dates: 1852 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1850 Subsequent Work Buil... more

Rivett-Fuller Building, 128 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Rivett-Fuller Building, 128 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, C...

Significance: Building later occupied by Whittier & Fuller until 1879. Survey number: HABS CA-1250 Building/structure dates: 1852 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1850 Subsequent Work Buil... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Big Four Building, 220-226 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: Originally three separate buildings erected in 1851-1852. The lower floor was occupied by merchants, three of whom later were associated with the founding of the first transcontinental railway li... more

Union Hotel (Annex), 125 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Union Hotel (Annex), 125 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Union Hotel Annex was an ell added to the Union Hotel for business expansion. (Union Hotel was situated one block from water front and the docks for river steamboat lines, and was part of the... more

Union Hotel (Annex), 125 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Union Hotel (Annex), 125 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Union Hotel Annex was an ell added to the Union Hotel for business expansion. (Union Hotel was situated one block from water front and the docks for river steamboat lines, and was part of the... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Studio Theater, 1227 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Significance: The Studio Theater, completed in 1946, is significant as a post World War II addition to the Moderne-styled amusement facilities that sprang up in 1930s-1940s downtown Sacramento. The building is... more

K Street, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

K Street, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Significance: K Street developed according to the L'Enfant/Ellicott plan as one of the widest streets in the city. In the northwest quadrant, it passes five of the city's major parks. The elegant mansions that ... more

K Street, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

K Street, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Significance: K Street developed according to the L'Enfant/Ellicott plan as one of the widest streets in the city. In the northwest quadrant, it passes five of the city's major parks. The elegant mansions that ... more

K Street, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

K Street, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Significance: K Street developed according to the L'Enfant/Ellicott plan as one of the widest streets in the city. In the northwest quadrant, it passes five of the city's major parks. The elegant mansions that ... more

K Street, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

K Street, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Significance: K Street developed according to the L'Enfant/Ellicott plan as one of the widest streets in the city. In the northwest quadrant, it passes five of the city's major parks. The elegant mansions that ... more

K Street, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

K Street, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Significance: K Street developed according to the L'Enfant/Ellicott plan as one of the widest streets in the city. In the northwest quadrant, it passes five of the city's major parks. The elegant mansions that ... more

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, ...

Significance: Built as wholesale and import house for four German immigrants who arrived on the brigantine "Lady Adams." Ballast brick said to have been used in structure. Only building to survive fire of 185... more

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, ...

Significance: Built as wholesale and import house for four German immigrants who arrived on the brigantine "Lady Adams." Ballast brick said to have been used in structure. Only building to survive fire of 185... more

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, ...

Significance: Built as wholesale and import house for four German immigrants who arrived on the brigantine "Lady Adams." Ballast brick said to have been used in structure. Only building to survive fire of 185... more

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, ...

Significance: Built as wholesale and import house for four German immigrants who arrived on the brigantine "Lady Adams." Ballast brick said to have been used in structure. Only building to survive fire of 185... more

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, ...

Significance: Built as wholesale and import house for four German immigrants who arrived on the brigantine "Lady Adams." Ballast brick said to have been used in structure. Only building to survive fire of 185... more

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, ...

Significance: Built as wholesale and import house for four German immigrants who arrived on the brigantine "Lady Adams." Ballast brick said to have been used in structure. Only building to survive fire of 185... more

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, ...

Significance: Built as wholesale and import house for four German immigrants who arrived on the brigantine "Lady Adams." Ballast brick said to have been used in structure. Only building to survive fire of 185... more

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

Lady Adams Building, 113-115 K Street, Sacramento, Sacramento County, ...

Significance: Built as wholesale and import house for four German immigrants who arrived on the brigantine "Lady Adams." Ballast brick said to have been used in structure. Only building to survive fire of 185... more

Villa Montezuma, 1925 K Street, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Villa Montezuma, 1925 K Street, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Significance: The "Villa Montezuma" (Shepard House), designed by N.A. Comstock and Carl Trotsche in 1887, exemplifies the high style of living maintained by its flamboyant and eccentric owner, Jesse Shepard. S... more

Villa Montezuma, 1925 K Street, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Villa Montezuma, 1925 K Street, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Significance: The "Villa Montezuma" (Shepard House), designed by N.A. Comstock and Carl Trotsche in 1887, exemplifies the high style of living maintained by its flamboyant and eccentric owner, Jesse Shepard. S... more

Villa Montezuma, 1925 K Street, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Villa Montezuma, 1925 K Street, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Significance: The "Villa Montezuma" (Shepard House), designed by N.A. Comstock and Carl Trotsche in 1887, exemplifies the high style of living maintained by its flamboyant and eccentric owner, Jesse Shepard. S... more

Villa Montezuma, 1925 K Street, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Villa Montezuma, 1925 K Street, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Significance: The "Villa Montezuma" (Shepard House), designed by N.A. Comstock and Carl Trotsche in 1887, exemplifies the high style of living maintained by its flamboyant and eccentric owner, Jesse Shepard. S... more

Villa Montezuma, 1925 K Street, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Villa Montezuma, 1925 K Street, San Diego, San Diego County, CA

Significance: The "Villa Montezuma" (Shepard House), designed by N.A. Comstock and Carl Trotsche in 1887, exemplifies the high style of living maintained by its flamboyant and eccentric owner, Jesse Shepard. S... more

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