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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Campbell, California
Location of Campbell, California
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|The Agricultural Heritage Plaques located throughout Historic Downtown Campbell were installed in 1992 as part of the Downtown Streetscape Project. The fruits and blossoms commemorating Campbell’s agricultural heritage were selected as most . . . — — Map (db m24742) HM|
|This Property Has Been
Placed on the
By the United States
Department of the Interior
John Colpitts Ainsley, an Englishman, immigrated to California in 1886 and made his fortune in the canning of . . . — — Map (db m24136) HM|
|This Califomia Mission Revival-style structure
was built by B. O. Curry in 1913 to house his
insurance and real estate businesses. Curry came
to Califomia in 1874 and made his fortune in
gold mines and timber in the Sierra Nevada.
Between . . . — — Map (db m154814) HM|
|This Italian Renaissance-style building was constructed in 1911 to house the expanding business of the Bank of Campbell. The Bank of Campbell merged with the American Trust Company and remained here until 1938.
This building has since been home . . . — — Map (db m101519) HM|
Campbell’s first bank operated here from 1895 – 1911. Purchased by Guy Farley in 1923. Campbell Avenue’s oldest commercial building. — — Map (db m24245) HM|
|In the 1890s G.W. Snyder owned the original 9.1 acre parcel.
Ernest S. Barron, sales manager for the Ainsley Packing Company first occupied
the commodious California bungalow, built in 1917. The house boasts a large
sun porch, gabled dormer and . . . — — Map (db m154761) HM|
| Black Walnut Trees planted about 1885 by William A. Swope, Son-In-Law of Benjamin Campbell, and daughters Alda Swope Blaine, Ethel Swope Davis, and Lena Swope French. — — Map (db m24234) HM|
|Built in 1912 as a fruit storage and packing plant for
the Campbell Farmer's Union Packing Company,
purchased by Sunsweet in 1919, this complex
formed the core of Santa Clara Valley's agricultural
trade. A neighboring building, demolished to . . . — — Map (db m154773) HM|
|The Campbell Volunteer Fire Department officially began in 1912. Keeping track of ladders was a problem and the need for a fire station became apparent. An ad placed in the newspaper urged "all parties to leave ladders belonging to fire dept. in . . . — — Map (db m24251) HM|
|This beautiful Spanish Colonial Revival
building was designed by William Henry
Weeks and constructed in 1922. This was
the only grammar school in the district
until 1964. It was used as West Valley
College's first campus until 1976. Sold . . . — — Map (db m154798) HM|
| Designed by W.H. Weeks.
Front facade and site.
Building reconstructed 1985. — — Map (db m155017) HM|
|Campbell Union High School, built 1936-38,
served as Campbel's only secondary school
until after World War II. The original facility
included Auditorium, Administration Building
and Classroom Building. These fine examples
of Spanish Colonial . . . — — Map (db m155003) HM|
1928 elevated steel
tank and 1927 pump
station. Site of
Company plant. — — Map (db m155019) HM|
|The Campbell Country Woman's Club raised the funds to build this Spanish Colonial Revival-style structure in 1923. The town library and public meeting rooms were housed here until the 1960's .
The Woman's Club founded the Campbell Historical . . . — — Map (db m101521) HM|
|These Spanish Colonia Revival-style commercial unites were constructed in 1947 and originally called the Friendly Shopping Center. The two-story building as the back was once a farm house, circa 1913-1915, and originally stood up front on Campbell . . . — — Map (db m101520) HM|
| Lt. Colonel Juan Bautista De Anza and Party crossed this area in March 1776 en route to select sites for the Presidio and Mission of San Francisco.. — — Map (db m130196) HM|
|This California Mission Revival-style building,
constructed in 1905, is the second oldest
commercial structure in Campbell. It is typical
of the stores built in small towns in the early
1900s. Upper floor served as housing
quarters and . . . — — Map (db m154807) HM|
|This Renaissance Revival-style building, built in 1895, is the oldest structure in Campbell. By 1895, Ainsley Cannery and the Fruit Grower's Union employed hundreds of workers. The thriving town needed a local bank. The first Bank of Campbell was . . . — — Map (db m101518) HM|
|First building owned by city after 1952 incorporation. Served as city offices from 1953 to 1956. — — Map (db m24250) HM|
|This Neoclassical building was constructed
by B.O. Curry in 1920. It was part of a
'business block' development, which
consisted of five building in a row. For a
time this was the Mercantile Trust Bank.
Later it was a silent movie theater. In . . . — — Map (db m154803) HM|
| HYDE CANNERY
Site of fruit
drying and canning
1887 to 1971.
George E. Hyde
remain — — Map (db m154812) HM|
|Serafino Manfre built this Spanish Colonial
Revival house in 1925. An Italian
immigrant from Palermo, Sicily, he arrived
in America in 1900. After serving in WWI,
Mr. Manfre settled in Campbell in 1923,
where he became a successful . . . — — Map (db m154801) HM|
A pioneer industrialist
And public benefactor
Park dedicated February 20, 1978 — — Map (db m72007) HM|
|Incorporated March 29, 1876, and financed by Comstock Lode money. Its northern terminus was San Francisco Ferry Building. Passengers were transported by ferry to Alameda where they boarded the cars for their 77.6 mile rail ride to Santa Cruz. In . . . — — Map (db m24171) HM|
|The Ainsley House is an architectural gem and a
beautifully preserved example of English Tudor Revival complete with the original furnishings from the 1920's. It is also the final home of an important individual who made
significant contributions . . . — — Map (db m156294) HM|
|California used to be part of Spain and then Mexico. Vast ranchos were granted to worthy citizens. In 1840 Mexican Governor Juan Alvarado granted Rancho Rinconada de los Gatos (corner of the cougars) to brothers-in-law Sebastian Fabian Peralta and . . . — — Map (db m130197) HM|