California Historical Landmarks in Monterey County

California Historical Landmark 354
Old Pacific House
Custom House Plaza
Monterey


Old Pacific House

Originally built as a hotel between 1835 and 1847 by James McKinley, the building was known as the Pacific House in 1850, when it housed a public tavern. In later years law offices, a newspaper, small stores, and a ballroom occupied the premises. In 1880 David Jacks bought the property, and in 1954 Miss Margaret Jacks made a gift of the building to the State of California.

Citation from California Office of Historic Preservation

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