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Title
Architectural drawing for the J. D. Standard home, Santa Rosa, California, ca. 1920
Creator
Lindsay, John Clark, 1852-1927
Contributor
Backstage Library Works, 533 East 1860 South, Provo UT 84606 http://www.bslw.com)
Date Created and/or Issued
1920?
1920
2009-02-12
Contributing Institution
Sonoma County Library
Collection
Sonoma County Architectural Drawing Collection
Rights Information
Owned by Sonoma County Library.
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Description
Shows the floor plan and cabinet details.
In 1920 the census lists James Standard as living at 511 South A Street, Santa Rosa. In a 1924 Santa Rosa city directory James D. Standard is living at 933 Mendocino Avenue. His occupation was house mover. The plans were prepared by J. C. Lindsay.
GNIS
Geocoded
17
John Clark Lindsay was born in Scotland in 1852 and immigrated to the United States in 1870. He became a carpenter and after working in various northern California locales and on Vancouver Island, B.C., he moved with his family to Santa Rosa, Calif., where he became a prominent and prolific builder. His first and most notable project was the Fountaingrove Round Barn, later listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Lindsay died in 1927
Title supplied by cataloger.
A full size copy of the plans and specifications are on file at the Annex in the Rare Book Room - Roll #40. Originals are on file with the Sonoma County Museum. The Sonoma County Museum loaned these plans to the library to scan.
Sonoma County Advertising Grant (2008-2009)
Grant provided to the Sonoma County Library through the Sonoma County Advertising Program
37565006086507 (ANNEX PHOTO 33273)
Sonoma County Museum, 425 7th Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 http://www.sonomacountymuseum.org/)
High resolution master image (600ppi)
Grayscale
Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
Type
image
Format
1 photographic print
20 x 26 cm.
image/jp2
28311552
image/tiff
8
600
Uncompressed
5934
4696
Identifier
1222201
cstr_pho_033273
ANNEX PHOTO 33273
33273.tif
http://heritage.sonomalibrary.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15763coll5/id/100
Subject
Architectural drawings (visual works)
Art and Architecture
Standard, James D., 1872-1945
Standard, Jennie M., 1872-
Standard family--Homes and haunts
Architecture
Dwellings
Historic buildings
South A Street
Time Period
1920 - 1929
Place
United States
California
Sonoma
Santa Rosa
933 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, California
38.4499319,-122.717886
Relation
Sonoma County Museum collection
Sonoma County Library architectural plans and drawings collection GUIDE
Sonoma County Library architectural plans and drawings collection

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