James Francis Dunn (1874–1921)
Little is known about James Francis Dunn, a native San Franciscan, but if "God is in the details," Dunn's buildings are devoutly religious.
|Name||Year||Address||City||Sort Address||Sort Name|
|Residence||1904||405 Baker||San Francisco||Baker 0405||Residence|
|Residence||91 Central Avenue||San Francisco||Central 0091||Residence|
|Apartment||2415-17 Franklin Street||San Francisco||Franklin 2415||Apartment|
|Alhambra Apartments||860 Geary Street||San Francisco||Geary 0860||Alhambra Apartments|
|Residence||1677-81 Haight Street||San Francisco||Haight 1677||Residence|
|Residence||625 Hyde Street||San Francisco||Hyde 0625||Residence|
|Apartment||1201-19 Leavenworth St||San Francisco||Leavenworth 1201||Apartment|
|Residence||1347 McAllister||San Francisco||McAllister 1347||Residence|
|Apartment||961 Pine Street||San Francisco||Pine 0961||Apartment|
|Apartment||1201 Pine Street||San Francisco||Pine 1201||Apartment|
|Residence||1250 Pine Street||San Francisco||Pine 1250||Residence|
|Residence||798 Post Street||San Francisco||Post 0798||Residence|
|Chambord Apartments||1298 Sacramento Street||San Francisco||Sacramento 1298||Chambord Apartments|
|Residence||2250 Vallejo Street||San Francisco||Vallejo 2250||Residence|
|Apartment||2411 Webster St||San Francisco||Webster 2411||Apartment|
401 Baker Street, architect unknown, is a classic Queen Anne Victorian built around 1891. The house is listed in Here Today: San Francisco's Architectural Heritage and described as "unusually large and heavily ornamented in the spirit of the times [with] two Queen Anne corner towers, each expressing individuality in shape, size and culmination.
405 Baker Street, built in 1904, was designed by Dunn in an eclectic Mission Revival style.
The Haight-Ashbury District is characterized by the juxtaposition of grand residences in many architectural styles popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.