ECV1850 Plaque:
Hacienda Hotel


[ Photo of plaque. ]


[ Photo of plaque. ]


HACIENDA HOTEL
HERE IN 1848 WAS BUILT THE FIRST TWO
STORY ADOBE HOTEL IN CALIFORNIA.
ORIGINALLY A BOARDING HOUSE, THE BUILD-
ING WAS CONVERTED INTO A SMALL HOTEL
TO ACCOMMODATE VISITORS AT THE MINING
SETTLEMENT. DESTROYED BY FIRE IN 1874,
AND LATER REBUILT.

AFTER THE DEPARTURE OF THE POPULAT-
ION, THE BUILDING STOOD VACANT FOR
MANY YEARS UNTIL IT WAS REMODELED IN
1934 TO SERVE AS A RESTAURANT.
KARL M. & HELEN V. RESCH NAMED THEIR
NEW RESTAURANT, "CAFE DEL RIO" AND
CONTINUED IN BUSINESS UNTIL THEY SOLD
IT IN 1968.

DEDICATED DECEMBER 10, 1983 IN MEMORY
OF KARL M. & HELEN V. RESCH BY THE
MOUNTAIN CHARLIE CHAPTER No. 1850
E CLAMPUS VITUS

"RIGHT WRONGS NOBODY"

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THIS PROPERTY
HACIENDA HOTEL
HAS BEEN PLACED ON THE
NATIONAL REGISTER
OF HISTORIC PLACES
BY THE UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
DEDICATED DECEMBER 10, 1983 IN MEM-
ORY OF KARL M. & HELEN V. RESCH BY
MOUNTAIN CHARLIE CHAPTER No. 1850

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This building is now known as
The La Forêt Restaurant
21747 Bertram Road at Almaden Way
New Almaden.
Santa Clara County, CA.

GPS
  Hacienda Hotel  
WGS84 Datum
N 37.17398°
W 121.82372°




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