California Historical Landmarks in Mendocino County
California Historical Landmark 926
431 South Main Street
This house, constructed in 1911-12, is a unique Craftsman style redwood building which incorporates northwestern Indian designs into its architecture. The Sun House was designed by George Wilcox and John W. and Grace Carpenter Hudson. Dr. Hudson was a recognized authority on American Indians, and especially California's Pomo Indians. Mrs. Hudson, an outstanding artist, became widely known for her paintings of Pomo life.
California Registered Historical Landmark No. 926
Plaque placed by the State Department of Parks and Recreation in cooperation with the Cultural Arts Commission of the City of Ukiah, October 13, 1979.
The Sun House is also National Register Listing 81000161.