AAPS Presents

Historian Woody Minor

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Bungalow Courts of the Island City

7:00 p.m., October 23, 2016

Immanuel Lutheran Church: 1420 Lafayette Street, Alameda, CA

(Parking available at the corner of Chestnut Street and Santa Clara Avenue.)

Free for AAPS members; $5 for non-members

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Bungalow courts—clustered cottages on shared parcels or cul-de-sac streets—first appeared in Alameda in 1910, toward the end of the post-earthquake population boom, and proliferated in the 1920s. They represented a new approach to residential development: a response to the increased demand for housing and rising property values.