HISTORY IN
    
THE COUNTY OF
          SAN LUIS OBISPO
 
Site  by Lynne Landwehr 2001
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Table of Contents: 
Carleton Winslow's
Discovering San Luis Obispo County

North County/Inland:
Mission San Miguel Arcangel 
Caledonia Adobe
Paso Robles Hotel 
Paso Robles Library 
Alley's Physical Therapy
Bethel Lutheran Church 
York Mountain Winery 
The Rotta Winery 
Administration Building Atascadero 
Pozo Saloon 

North County/Coast:
Chumash Indian Dwelling 
Sebastian's General Store 
Santa Rosa Schoolhouse 
The Paul Squibb House 
Santa Rosa Church 
The Arthur Beale House (Nit Wit Ridge)
Captain James Cass House 
St. Joseph's Church
The Canet Adobe on Rancho San Bernardo 
Chumash Indian Mounds 
Park Office at Montana de Oro State Park - 
(Spooner Ranch house) 
Los Osos School 
The Wilson Adobe 

City of San Luis Obispo/North:
The Vasquez/Hollister Adobe (Cuesta College Campus)
The Hansen Barn (Mail Pouch Barn)
Santa Rosa Medical Clinic 
The Swinnerton Adobe 
Methodism in San Luis Obispo (three churches: Garden Street, Pacific/Morro Sts., and present church)

City of San Luis Obispo/East:
The Motel Inn 
Karl Kundert Medical Building 
"The Judge's House 
The Hotel Ramona 
The Dallidet Adobe 
The Graves House (1167 Marsh Street)

City of San Luis Obispo/South:
The Establishment (103 Santa Barbara Avenue)
Southern Pacific Railroad San Luis Obispo Depot 
San Luis Obispo Round House 
Pullman Railroad Car Duplex Apartment 
Sandercock House (834 Islay)
The Rodriguez Adobe (off Orcutt Road in The Arbors)
Edna Antique Shop 

City of San Luis Obispo/West:
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church 
Myron Angel Home 
Korsmeyer Home (Silvaggio, 794 Buchon Street)
Reynolds-Erickson House (687 Islay)
Dorn Memorial (Odd Fellows Lady Family Cemetery)
Octagonal Barn (Hayashi)
Buddhist Temple (1961)
Port San Luis Light House and Hotel Marre 

City of San Luis Obispo/Downtown:
Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa 
San Luis Obispo County Historical Museum 
Ah Louis Store 
Andrews Bank Building 
Sinsheimer Store 
The Tower Building (848 Higuera Street)
Commercial Bank of San Luis Obispo (Chorro & Higuera)
The Cigar Factory Restaurant (726 Higuera)
First Presbyterian Church (Marsh & Morro)
The Jack Mansion (536 Marsh)
The Biddle House (559 Pismo Street)
Hageman Sanitarium (1716 Osos Street)
Old San Luis Obispo County Courthouse 
The Sauer-Adams Adobe (964 Chorro Street)
John Hanna Farm Supplies (SLO Brew, 1119 Garden Street)
The McKeen House (1212 Garden Street) [Garden Street Inn]
The Old Gas House (280 Pismo Street)
Sperry Flour Building (Hudson's Grill) (1005 Monterey Street)
The "Queenie" Warden Bridge (700 Block on Monterey Street)
A Footbridge (600 block Monterey Street)
San Luis Obispo Street Railway System (1888 - 1901)

South County:
Pismo Beach The Canton Restaurant 
Shell Beach The Chapman House 
Oceano The Southern Pacific Railroad Station 
Arroyo Grande The Parker-Davis House 
The Coffee T. Rice House 
Arroyo Grande Jail 
Los Berros School 
Halcyon's Temple of the People 
Nipomo The Dana Adobe 
Joseph A. G. Dana Residence 

Beyond County Boundaries:
Monterey County/Parkfield Baptist Church, 
Santa Barbara County/Arrellanes Adobe, Guadalupe 
Lompoc/La Purisima Mission

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