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September 30, 2020 - Wednesday - Today we took our second trip to see the historic buildings in Upland, CA.
379 North Campus Ave. - "First Mennonite Church" - 1925 Gothic Revival
535 North Eighth Ave. - Old School House - c. 1888 Vernacular
139 North Euclid Ave. - "San Antonio Water Company" - c. 1920 Spanish Colonial Revival
219 North Euclid Ave. - L.C. Harvey House - c. 1907 Craftsman
262 North Euclid Ave. - First Methodist Church - 1931-32
265 North Euclid Ave. - P.E. Walline House - 1895 "Late Queen Anne Revival/Early Craftsman"
201 North First Ave. - J.P. Draper & Co. Funeral Directors - 1926 Classical Revival
223 North First Ave. - J.H. Herman Building - 1924 "Spanish Colonial Revival Influence"
388 North First Ave. - W.B. Stewart House - 1911 Craftsman
108 North Fourth Ave. - "Upland Lemon Growers Association" - c. 1932 Utilitarian
1291 North Euclid Ave. - Stamm House - c. 1910 American Foursquare
1509 North Euclid Ave. - "Charles E. Harwood House" - 1891 Shingle Style
1707 North Euclid Ave. (25 W. 17th St.) - Temple/Craig- McClellan House - 1922-23 Georgian Revival
1793 North Euclid Ave. - Grainger Hyer House - c. 1894 Craftsman
1936 North Euclid Ave. - H.G. Eckstein House - 1930-31 Monterey Revival
2222 North Euclid Ave. - "Colonel James L. Paul House" - 1908 Mission Revival
2270 North Euclid Ave. - Earl W. Paul House - 1917 Craftsman
Although we didn't plan on having lunch in Upland, we went back to 388 North First Street to try Molly's Souper Restaurant.
I had their Eggs Benedict Florentine with spinach and a very nice Hollandaise sauce.
Judy had their traditional Eggs Benedict with ham.
Having lunch in Upland really made the adventure for us, and we'll be back soon for the third installment.
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