The McHugh and Bianchi Building, on Pacific Aveune at the convergence of Pacific and Front. It was built by LeBaron R. Olive for Anson Hotaling in 1886-87 and torn down in 1974. Originally, the first floor was used for shops. The second floor was a rooming house and later on, office spaces.

Date: Undated
Place: Santa Cruz City
Source of Information: Chase pp. 155-157
Related Article: Downtown business; Residential development
Original Size: 8" x 9"
Medium: b&w

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