Placerville house in snow. We saw quite a bit of that this winter.
This looks like a home on Clay Street, but since I haven't had a chance to match it up yet I am unsure.
Another home in snow. I love these old farmhouses with wrap around porches.
Please forgive the reflections of light in these photos. They are photographs of photographs which are behind plastic film in an album, so it was hard to avoid the reflections at times.
This home looks like one on Coloma Street, there are several in Placerville with stucco. I will drive past it this afternoon and see if it matches up.
This is Judge N. D. Arnot's property. Where is your home, Judge?
This lovely old place needs some paint and new shutters.
Even the smallest home still has its little porch so we can kick back and greet the neighbors.
Mrs. Ralston's home. This looks similar to houses which were once on Broadway, and were torn down to built the freeway. I would like to see a close-up of the porch supports of this home, they look interesting, and I can't figure out what they are made out of.
Thomas B. B. house. Thomas, get to work, it looks like your porch is sagging.
I am ending with an old real photo postcard of Hangtown Creek in high water. I worked next to the creek for over 15 years, and saw it get to the top of its banks and threaten the parking lots beside it. Hopefully this won't happen this spring.
I hope you enjoyed your armchair tour. Maybe a reader can help the docents at the museum identify the whereabouts of some of these homes.