Join us for the Annual Woody Walk, featuring the East End after Arts & Crafts

2713 Calhoun Street (1924)
House image: Woody Minor.

Sunday, August 27, 2017 at 1:00 pm
Krusi Park: High Street and Otis Drive by the Otis School Playground

Free for AAPS members; $10 for non-members

Join historian Woody Minor on a walk around Alameda’s exotic East End on a quest for Alameda’s post-Arts & Crafts architectural legacy, featuring houses that were built between the world wars. This period witnessed the final flowering of the bungalow, a rich range of revivals, and the emergence of the modern tract home.

We will track these trends in the work of notable 20th century builders like George H. Noble, Julius J. Grodem, Noble F. Justice, Sidney J. Dowling, and P. Royal Haulman. Don’t forget your hat!