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Historic Resources in Fullerton

Historic Resources in The Fullerton Plan

The most current list of Historic Resources and their designations are found in The Fullerton Plan sections linked below:

  • Historic Preservation Tables and Exhibits - (starting on page 131) contains names, addresses and current designations of Historic Resources (properties) as well as maps.
  • Historic Preservation - (starting on page 43) Chapter 3 of Master Element A describes the goals and policies of The Fullerton Plan in relation to historic preservation.

Local History Room - Formerly "The Launer Room"

Information about the early history and development of Fullerton may be found in the materials kept in the
Fullerton Library's Local History Room. 


Fullerton Through The Years

This survey, completed in the early 2000's, contains color photographs and descriptive histories of many Fullerton buildings and features.  For up-to-date designations of Historic Resources, please see the documents listed in The Fullerton Plan (top of this page).

Entire Document (very large file: 29MB, 173 pages)
Cover, Table of Contents, Introduction (pages I to V, File size: 0.4 MB)

Pre - 1900: Residential and Nonresidential Development (Download PDF pages 1 - 9, File size: 1.2 MB)

1900 - 1917: Residential Development (Download PDF pages 10 - 31, File size: 3.4 MB)

1900 - 1917: Non-residential Development (Download PDF pages 32 - 40, File size: 1.0 MB)

1918 - 1925: Residential Development (Download PDF pages 41 - 54, File size: 1.5 MB)

1918 - 1925: Non-Residential Development (Download PDF pages 55 - 75, File size: 3.22 MB)

    1926 - 1930: Residential Development (Download PDF pages 76 - 93, File size: 2.3 MB)

    1926 - 1930: Non-residential Development (Download PDF pages 94 - 110, File size: 1.4 MB)

    1931 - 1946: Non-residential Development (Download PDF pages 111 - 121, File size: 1.3 MB)

    Post WWII - Section Two: Potential Landmark Districts (Download PDF pages 122 - 150, File size: 4.0 MB)
    A number of distinct neighborhoods emerged from the City's early roots. Sixteen such neighborhoods or districts are identified in this section and each is briefly described with text and photos of representative housing construction. Maps of the Districts are also included.

    Section Three: Potential Significant Properties (Download PDF pages 151 - 158, File size: 1 MB) List of Properties:

    • Residential Development
      • Richman House, 1897
      • Quine House and Office, 1903
      • Cooke House, 1908
      • Sitton House, 1920
      • Bridgford House, 1927
      • Lillian Yaeger House, 1928
      • Coroles House, 1940
    • Non-residential Development
      • First United Methodist Church, 1929
      • Kohlenberger Building, 1930
      • Maple School, 1936
      • Beckman Instruments Building, 1953
      • Hunt Wesson Administrative Building, 1960
    • Streetscape Features of Cultural Importance
      • Hitching post, 1907
      • Bells along El Camino Real, c. 1910
      • Flagstone bench, c. 1940

    Index (pages 159 - 163, File size: 291 KB)

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