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Yreka ~ Photo Tour Today

Please enjoy the images and information below.  These homes and buildings are located within the city of Yreka and have historical significance ~ these are just a few samplings!  Yreka is home to over 75 buildings built prior to 1900, and that doesn't even count the many buildings and homes built prior to 1940.  Stop at the Yreka Chamber of Commerce and pick up a walking or driving tour brochure to view many of these wonderful buildings!  Be sure and check out the link for historic images on the navigation bar or here.

Images below with active links will take you to Yreka History and will provide information on the history of the building.
*Click here for a listing of historic home addresses, their original owners, and date built.
Copyrighted photos courtesy of:  Donald and Claudia East
 
 
 
 
 
 Charles Fry House 1899
 Hudson B. Gillis Home 1895
 Iunker-Littrell Home 1899
 John E. Turner Home 1900
 Anselm Kaiser Home 1897
 
 
 
 
 
 Episcopal Church 1880-2010
Current Home to Yreka Preservation 2011-Present
 Parr-Steele House 1900
 Van Choate House 1858
 Gold Nugget Printing ~ Miner Street
 Fred Autenrieth Home & Office 1890
 
 
 
 
 
 Wetzel Home Circa 1920
 Von Jochumsen-Meamber Home 1912
 Melbourne Dunn House 1905
 North Street Home Circa 1900
 Old City Meat Market
 
 
 
 
 
 John E. Pashburg Home 1900
Yreka's Carnegie Library 1914
 Sheriff Hobbs Home 1897
 Charles Iunker Home 1861
 Cummins-Forrest House 1855
 
 
 
 
 
 Siskiyou County Museum 1950
 Yreka Train Station c. 1890
 Witherill-Winckler Building
 Franco-American Hotel 1850s
 Frank Grisez Home 1904
 
 
 
 
 
Corner Third & Miner Streets
 Randolph Collier, Senator
 F. S. Ackerman Home 1879
 West Miner Street, South view
 Riddell Home 1865