California Historical Landmarks in Santa Clara County
California Historical Landmark 913
Lou Henry Hoover House
623 Mirada Avenue
This 1919 residence of a developing international style of architecture embodied Mrs. Herbert Hoover's innovative architectural concepts. It was executed by architects Arthur B. Clark, Charles Davis and Birge Clark, and was maintained as the Hoover's family home. Here in 1928 Hoover received news of his election as President of the United States. Upon Mrs. Hoover's death the house was given to Stanford University.
California Registered Historical Landmark No. 913
Plaque placed by the State Department of Parks and Recreation in cooperation with the Stanford
Historical Society and Stanford University.
May 18, 1978
The Hoover House became a National Landmark in 1978 (NRHP Listing 78000786).