ECV1850 and ECV13 Plaque:
Washington Hotel


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WASHINGTON HOTEL ORIGINALLY LOCATED
ACROSS THE STREET AS A TWO STORY ADOBE
BUILDING. DESTROYED BY THE 1868 EARTH-
QUAKE. REBUILT ON THE PRESENT SITE IN
THE SAME YEAR.
THE BUILDING HAS SERVED AS A HOTEL,
STAGE STOP, STATE LIBRARY, AND PRESENT
DAY BED AND BREAKFAST INN.
DEDICATED SEPTEMBER 22, 1990
BY
MOUNTAIN CHARLIE CHAPTER 1850
AND
JOAQUIN MURIETTA CHAPTER 13
E CLAMPUS VITUS

Victorian Bar

This plaque is located at
43344 Mission Boulevard
Mission San Jose.
Alameda County, CA.

Between Washington and Mission Tierra Streets, it
is the first property south of the Mission buildings.

It is now known as Lord Bradleys Inn
Bed and Breakfast.

GPS
  Washington Hotel  
WGS84 Datum
N 37.53285°
W 121.91987°




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