HISTORY IN
    
THE COUNTY OF
          SAN LUIS OBISPO
 
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A Brief Architectural History of San Luis Obispo County.  
by Ken Haggard, with assistance from Erin Scholl,
San Luis Obispo: Central Coast Press, 2008.

 Table of Contents:

Introduction and County Map

Bioregional Context

Indigenous

Spanish

Mexican

Victorian

Craftsman

Revival

Military

Modern

Revivals of Revivals

Green

Summary

Miscellaneous

Credits & Index

 

Index:

Adobe construction

Aesthetics

Agriculture

Ah Louis store

Almond Growers Association

Andrews Bank

Andrews, J.P.

Art Deco

Arts and Crafts Movement

Arroyo Grande

Assistencia, La

Atascadero

Atascadero Colony

Athens and Piraeus

Avila Beach

Baroque Architecture

Beaux Arts

Big Sur

Blue Star Memorial Temple

Broadacre City

Brown, Jerry, Gov.

Bungalows

Cal Poly State University

Cambria

Camp Roberts

Camp San Luis Obispo

Craftsman Period

Carpenter Gothic

Carter, Jimmy, President

Carrizo Plain

Carrizo Plain National Monument

Cholame

Chinatown

Chorro Creek

Chumash Tribe

Congregation Beth David

Cuesta Ridge

Cuesta College

Dallidet Adobe

Dana Adobe

Drought

Erickson House

Egyptian Revival

Fabric technology

Farmers Alliance

Fremont Theater

Geodesic dome

Green architecture

Grover Beach

Halcyon

Hays/Latimer Adobe

Hawthorne neighborhood

Hearst, George

Hearst, William Randolph

Hollister adobe

Horizontality

Hunting/gathering

Industrialization

International school

Leopold, Warren

Lewis, Edward??

Lincoln, Abraham

Los Osos

Madonna Inn

Marshall, Roger

Masonic Lodge

McMillan homestead

Mélange Architecture

Missions

Mission Revival

Modern Architecture

Modern

Monday Club

Morgan, Julia

Morris, Robert

Morro Bay

Morro Bay Power Plant

Motel Inn

New Urbanism

Nipomo

Nitwit Ridge

Oaks

Oceano

Odd Fellows Mausoleum

Organic architecture

Painted Rock

Palladio

Paso Robles

Passive Solar architecture

Petroglyphs

PG&E

Populist Party

Post –Modern architecture

Pismo Beach

Price House

Proportions

Ranchos

Railroads

Regionalism

Renaissance Architecture

Rome and Ostia

Ross, John

Salinas River

Salinan Tribe

San Miguel

San Miguel Mission

San Luis Creek

San Luis Botanical Garden

San Simeon

Sauer Adobes

Santa Margarita

Santa Margarita Ranch

Santa Maria River

Sinsheimer Building

Silviculture

Soda Lake

Spanish

Spanish Baroque

Spanish Revival

Straw bale construction

Strip Commercial

Sprawl

Suburban development

Sunset Drive-In

Sustainability

Schwartz, Ken

Telegram-Tribune building

Templeton

Theosophists

Tierra Nueva C-Housing

Tudor revival

Tucson revival

Victorian

Victorian revival

Verticality

Vertical zoning

Watsershed

Wineries

Women’s suffrage

Wright, Frank Lloyd

World Wars

Yokuts Tribe

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