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Located at 215 W Foothill showing palm trees planted ca 1887. A two-story Victorian built at 217 W White Oak for the A.S. Baldwin, then lived in by Jeannie Kendall Stickney, the daughter of Amos Kendall -- postmaster general in Andrew Jackson's adminisitration. The grand home (which cost $7000 to build in 1887) was then bought by the J.W. LaForce family. It was torn down to build the Elks Lodge ca 1924. The building later became the Buddhist Meditation Temple.