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Survey; 156 East Seventh Street
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Claremont Heritage
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Claremont Colleges Library
City of Claremont History Collection
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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, and the space is now occupied by Claremont Graduate University. The survey form was completed by Barber/NeSmithe.
Survey findings
Claremont (Calif.)
Houses and homes
Survey Binder First-Seventh; Historic Resources Survey
City of Claremont History Collection -

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