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James C. Flood Mansion

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Built  1886
NRHP Reference #  66000230
Designated NHL  November, 1966
Area  5,261 m²
Added to NRHP  13 November 1966
Architectural style  Neoclassical
SFDL #  64
Opened  1886
Phone  +1 415-292-3142
James C. Flood Mansion
Location  1000 California Street, San Francisco, California, USA
Address  2222 Broadway St, San Francisco, CA 94115, USA
Architects  Willis Polk, Augustus Laver
Similar  Mark Hopkins Hotel, Fairmont San Francisco, San Francisco Federal R, Swedenborgian Church, Haas‑Lilienthal House

James c flood mansion

James C. Flood Mansion, home of the Pacific-Union Club, in San Francisco, California, USA, was a townhouse for James C. Flood, a 19th-century silver baron. It was the first brownstone building west of the Mississippi River, and the stone was shipped around Cape Horn from the same quarry in Portland, Connecticut, that was the source for all the brownstone in New York City. Along with the Fairmont Hotel, it is the only building on Nob Hill to structurally survive the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. It was purchased by the Pacific-Union Club after the earthquake. Located at California and Mason Streets, in San Francisco, it was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1966.


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