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    • 145, 157 & 169 West Seventh Street

    • Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Houses and homes
    • A copy of a page about three houses on West Seventh Street and their occupants. 145 West Seventh Street was built in 1923. By 1928 The Norton School for Boys was started on the site by Dean Norton and his brother Stephen. The house on !57 West...
    • Survey; 157 East Seventh Street

    • Survey findings; Claremont (Calif.); Houses and homes;
    • Survey of the two-story house built in 1902 by Professor Daniel Herbert Colcord, one of Pomona Colleges first professors, in 1891. Moved to it's location on Seventh Street,it was considered the embryo of Claremont's residential college...
    • Seventh Street

    • Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Houses and homes
    • Copy of a clipping about Seventh Street. The five block long street houses date from the 1880's to the 1920's and are anchored by the Pomona College campus and the Pilgrim Place retirement community. The area was originally known as "Eucacia Park"...
    • Survey; 125 and 131 West Seventh Street

    • Survey findings; Claremont (Calif.); Houses and homes
    • Survey of a house on 125 and 131 West Seventh Street built in 1887, commonly named the Morriset House. The house was originally a one-room school house and had been the Union Pacific or Santa Fe Real Estate Office. Survey was completed by NeSmith.
    • Survey; 137 West Seventh Street

    • Survey findings; Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Houses and homes
    • Survey of a two-story house built around 1891 on 137 West Seventh Street. The house was built by Edwin C. Norton who was the dean of Pomona College for many years. The smaller building on the east side of the lot was built as the original real...
    • Survey; 157 West Seventh Street

    • Survey findings; Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Houses and homes
    • Survey of two-story house built in 1910 on 157 West Seventh Street. The first owner, Dr. D. H. Colcord, was a prominent teacher in the early days of Pomona College. Bella Molls was the next owner and first to be recorded by the assessor. The best...
    • Survey; 139 East Seventh Street

    • Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Houses and homes;
    • Survey of a two-story house on 139 East Seventh Street. The Chidlaw House, historically known as the Hastings House, was built in 1907 and first owned by rancher Gifford Hastings. The survey was completed by Richter/NeSmith.
    • Survey; 146 East Seventh Street

    • Survey findings; Claremont (Calif.); Houses and homes
    • Survey of two-story house built in 1894 on East Seventh Street. The house was known as the Morford House, and was occuppied by Miss Morford. It was built by Reverend Gordon, who built many houses similar to this one on speculation. It was...
    • Survey; 156 East Seventh Street

    • Survey findings; Claremont (Calif.); Houses and homes;
    • Survey of a two-story house built in 1902 on East Seventh Street. The house was known as the Hudson House after the family of JQA Hudson, who was a bookkeeper. His daughter, Minnie, was a teacher at the Claremont Grammar School. It was demolished,...
    • Hastings House

    • Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Houses and homes
    • A black and white photo in good condition. A view facing north to an entrance of the house on 139 East Seventh Street. The house was built in 1907. The house was used in the movie "Member of the Wedding" in 1953.
    • Morford House

    • Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Houses and homes
    • A black and white photo in good condition. The house was built in 1894 on 146 East Seventh Street, but is now demolished. The space is now occupied by Claremont Graduate University.
    • Dean Norton's house

    • Buildings; Claremont (Calif.); Dwellings; Fruit trees; Citrus; Oak; Orchards; Palms; Trees; Women
    • House on Sixth Street as viewed from the back on Seventh. Two women stand on the porch while another woman works in the garden. On the left are a line of citrus trees and an oak tree. Along the dirt path are pepper trees and young palm trees. A...

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