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Home > California > Monterey > Finch-Fleischer House, 410 Monroe Street, Monterey, Monterey County, CA



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B&W Photos
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E
HB88019
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E
HB88020
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E
HB88021
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E
HB88022
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E
HB88023
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E
HB88024
Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E


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Location
410 Monroe Street, Monterey, CA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS CA-1893
Significance: The Finch-Fleischer House was built in 1870 by James William Finch, as a home for his mother. At her death in 1881, James Finch and his bride, Ellen Louise O'Neill Finch, moved into the house; their daughter, Alma (born 1884), now the widowed Mrs. Otto Fleischer, is the present owner and partial occupant. One wing and the upstairs are rented. Stylistically the house represents a type fairly common in 19th century California, combining modified classicizing elements with touches of the Victorian Gothic, and Italianate windows and doors. Its prim but elegant cottage character is echoed in numerous Northern California Mother Lode towns. The house is of wood with a shingle roof. Interiors are in part original, although practical modifications have been made to suit present uses. The right wing and portions at the back were added in 1881 and later.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E. Boucher, Photographer October 1960 EAST ELEVATION (Front)
2. Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E. Boucher, Photographer October 1960 SOUTHEAST CORNER ELEVATION
3. Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E. Boucher, Photographer October 1960 WEST ELEVATION (Rear)
4. Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E. Boucher, Photographer October 1960 DETAIL OF ENTRANCE DOOR (East Elevation)
5. Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E. Boucher, Photographer October 1960 DETAIL OF DOOR
6. Historic American Buildings Survey Jack E. Boucher, Photographer October 1960 DETAIL OF FIREPLACE (Living Room South Wall)


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