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The Headen-Inman Museum House

Santa Clara, California

Headen-Inman House Photo

The Headen-Inman House, part of the Headen estate, was moved in 1985 to the Civic Center location at 1505 Warburton Avenue. In 1984, Irene Inman, widow of Dr. Inman, sold the property to a private developer, but stipulated that the house be given to the City of Santa Clara and that the developer pay to move the house. This is the second of two museum houses in Santa Clara, the other being the Harris-Lass House. The structure was built in 1913 and the architectural is classified as Craftsman Bungalow. It is a fine example of the Arts and Crafts movement and has a four-panel door with beveled glass lights and fine interior wood work. The museum houses the City's historical collection and features Santa Clara's artifacts. The museum is open from 1.00 to 4.00 p.m. on Sundays.

Inside House Photo
Fireplace Opposite Front Entrance

Inside House Photo
Dining Room

Inside House Photo
Display of City Artifacts, Antiques, Photos

Inside House Photo
Warburton Family Pump Organ

Inside House Photo
Antique Bedroom Display

Inside House Photo
Display of City Artifacts, Antiques, Photos

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