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Title
360 Corona Road, Petaluma, California, Nov. 10, 2006
Creator
Rinehart, Katherine J., 1964-
Contributor
Backstage Library Works, 533 East 1860 South, Provo UT 84606 http://www.bslw.com)
Date Created and/or Issued
2006
2007
2009-06-30
Contributing Institution
Sonoma County Library
Collection
Sonoma County Library Photograph Collection
Rights Information
Owned by Sonoma County Library.
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Description
The two story house at 360 Corona Road was built for Dr. Cora Morse, a San Francisco osteopath, as a summer home around 1903. Dr. Morse purchased what at the time was a four-acre parcel from F.H. and Charlotte Denman in 1900. Experiencing ill health and financial hardships, Dr. Morse committed suicide in a boarding house she owned on O'Farrell Street in San Francisco in May, 1904. In 1905 the property was deeded to Leonard Briemle who, according to a 1907 city directory was the proprietor of a duck and chicken hatchery. Briemle's property was later known as the Pacific Duck Ranch. The property was also known as the Ward Ranch.
GNIS
Exact geocoding
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Katherine J. Rinehart is a Petaluma, Calif. historian and writer. She specializes in architectural history.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Original digital photograph taken Nov. 10, 2006. Print made on Feb. 19, 2007
Sonoma County Advertising Grant (2008-2009)
Grant provided to the Sonoma County Library through the Sonoma County Advertising Program
High resolution master image (600ppi)
RGB
Recogniform Image Library
Type
image
Format
1 photographic print
20 x 26 cm.
image/jp2
81788928
image/tiff
8
600
Uncompressed
5821
4672
Identifier
Sonoma Heritage Collection -- Sonoma County Library
1255788
cstr_pho_034058
ANNEX PHOTO 34058;PETALUMA PHOTO 34058
37565006068976 (ANNEX PHOTO 34058); 37565009075218 (PETALUMA PHOTO 34058)
34058.tif
http://heritage.sonomalibrary.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15763coll2/id/10958
Subject
Color photographs
Cities, Towns and Settlements
Morse, Cora A., -1904--Homes and haunts
Brody Ranch (Petaluma, Calif.)
Pacific Duck Ranch (Petaluma, Calif.)
Ward Ranch (Petaluma, Calif.)
Architecture, Domestic
Dwellings
Ranch houses
Time Period
2001 - 2010
Place
United States
California
Sonoma
Petaluma
Corona Road
360 Corona Road, Petaluma, California
38.268042,-122.655392
Relation
Petaluma Historical Resources collection
Sonoma County Library photograph collection GUIDE
Sonoma County Library photograph collection

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