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Carson Mansion - Eureka... ! Indeed!

Carson Mansion in Eureka, CA

Carson Mansion in Eureka CA

Carson Mansion, Eureka California

Carson Mansion, Eureka, CA

Carson Mansion at Christmas, Eureka, CA

Eureka, CA Carson House Victorian Mansion by DominusVobiscum, via Flickr

Victorian Carson House, Eureka, California

CARSON MANSION 1884-1886 EUREKA, CALIFORNIA

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Victorian - Carson Mansion in Eureka CA

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Fantastic Steampunk house on wheels built by members of the Academy of Unnatural Sciences in Berkeley, California (a “DIY group of tinkerers, gearheads, and steam bohemians who fabricate steam-powered art pieces out of repurposed industrial detritus”). Image: Christopher Michel They describe it thus: Neverwas Haul, a self-propelled 3-storey Victorian House, is made from 75 per cent recycled equipment and materials, with interiors, operating system, and collections from its travels around...

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Carson Mansion - Eureka... ! Indeed!

Old Victorian homes line San Jose Avenue as the sun sets, September 12, 2010, in Alameda, Calif. Alameda, a nineteenth-century bedroom community for San Francisco that is now struggling to plan for future growth, has preserved its small-town feel. Photo: Adm Golub, The Chronicle / SF

Victorians in Alameda - Italianate Style

John P. Donnelly HouseDonnelly Street and Fifth AvenueThis house was personally built in 1893 by John Phillip Donnelly for himself and the former Annie Stone, whom he married on August 27, 1891. It shows a Queen Anne style, with an octagonal turret and wraparound porch. In 1930, it became the Masonic Temple Lodge.J.P. Donnelly, originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, laid out the town and served as its first mayor. He had homesteaded 160 acres in 1879, and by marrying the former wife of Willia

The Haas-Lilienthal House at 2007 Franklin Street, San Francisco, California, USA is the city's only intact Victorian era home that is open regularly as a museum, complete with authentic furniture and artifacts.

maintenance - 1939 - replacing shingles