Goodbye to 812 Lincoln

Mason Family Home since 1942

Mason Family Home since 1942

812 angle

Poarch Windows built by Dad

The Front Poarch

The Front Porch

Dinning Room

The Dining Room

Kitchen

The Kitchen

Members of Uncle Rob’s family have called the house shown above “home” for the last seventy years. However, with the passing of Miriam Josephine (Kidd) Mason (Mom) in 2011 at the age of 101, the home is finally empty. 812 Lincoln Avenue, in Palo Alto, California was sold in 2012 and will probably be leveled for new construction. Goodbye old friend.

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Monday, February 13th, 2012 Goodbye to 812 Lincoln

3 Comments to Goodbye to 812 Lincoln

  1. Sure looks a lot different all cleared out. I can still see Grandma Jo at her spot in the kitchen by the window. It’s good to see her bushes are cut low for maximum snooping! ;-)

  2. RJ on February 13th, 2012
  3. Such a lovely wee home. I happened to drive down Lincoln the other day and, sure enough, the notice was posted out in the front lawn. I’ll be sorry to see it go.

  4. Mimm Patterson on June 16th, 2012
  5. Lots of good memories in that house: scootering up and down the driveway, finding images in the floral wallpaper, sitting in Grandaddy Don’s lap in the burgundy leather chair, taking baths and using the scrub brush to “send my ship a sailing”, playing Robin Hood with my cousins and getting to be Maid Marion, Thanksgiving dinners, exploring the cobwebby basement, baking a pineapple upside down cake, hanging out with Grandma and her friends when the birthday group came over, gatherings of family in the living room, seeing Grandma’s reaction when I told her I was pregnant, watching Grandma listen to my daughter play the piano, and enjoying many conversations with Grandma over tea at her kitchen table. Good, good memories.

  6. Deanna Mason on January 9th, 2013

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