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  • Camron-Stanford HouseCamron-Stanford House Oakland, California
    The marvelous home was constructed in 1876 by Dr. Samuel Merritt, part of the development plan of building up the downtown area, although it was transferred to Alice Camron in 1877, who had inherited enough money to make the purchase. Alice, her husband Will and two daughters would be the first people to move into the new house which was an Italianate Victorian. Alice was the daughter of Dr John Marsh and Abigail Tuck Marsh, a school teacher in Contra Costa County, where she was born. The doctor bought the Los Meganos Rancho in 1837 and they stayed in a small adobe house until he constructed the famed "Stone House". Stone was one of the early advocates of the territory becoming a state, and worked towards that end by writing many letters to important government leaders and the newspapers, expounding the virtues of the marvelous new lands. His continued efforts would lead to the arrival of railroads to the region, which in turn would bring many people here from the east.

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  • Dunsmuir HouseDunsmuir House Oakland, California
    The Dunsmuir House and Gardens sits on 50 beautiful acres in Oakland, California, and is a neoclassical-revival style that was listed in the National Register of Historic Places; and has been used solely for special events since getting bought by the city. Alexander Dunsmuir, the son of a rich coal baron from Victoria, BC., constructed the house in 1899, arriving in the San Francisco bay area in 1878 to manage his family's business. He purchased the house to be a wedding gift for his new bride, but became sick on his honeymoon in New York and died. His widow would come and live here, but only a short while herself, passing away in 1901. In 1906, I. W. Hellman Jr. bought the magnificent estate to use it in the summers and by 1913, the home had been renovated to meet the needs of a bigger family.

January 11, 2011