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East End Architectural Styles

Alameda began its existence on today’s East End, and the domestic architecture therein reflects its birth. East End architectural styles range from the earliest in…

A. W. Pattiani Miniature Eastlake Villa — Today’s Alameda Treasure

2253 San Antonio Ave. was built by A. W. Pattiani in 1883 Alfred Washington Pattiani (1855-1935) was among Alameda’s renowned early architect-builders. Despite the Italian-sounding…

"Don't Call Them ‘Victorians’" West End Tour Photos

A group of about three dozen people (and a few nice doggos) met at Washington Park this past Saturday morning for the “Don’t Call Them…

Photos from the Gold Coast

A beautiful day for a walk around the Gold Coast, admiring and learning about architecture Over fifty people met at Franklin Park this past Saturday…

Alameda's Architectural Treasure Chest - Don't Call them 'Victorians'!

Our homes reflect the attitude and feelings prevalent at the time they were built. The Greek Revival style recalls that time when — reeling from…
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