This Place Matters

This Place Matters is a monthly series on the historic homes of Campbell by Susan Blake, a member of Campbell's Historic Preservation Board. Join us on a virtual tour of Campbell's historic homes. Each month, we'll feature a different house that reveals an interesting slice of the Orchard City's character and history.

This Place Matters: Louis and Edward Genasci House

The seventh featured Landmark home is the Louis and Edward Genasci House at 207 N. Central Ave. It is located in one of the earliest sections of the original Benjamin Campbell family land holdings.

This Place Matters: J.C. Ainsley House

This month's featured house was one of the Ainsley family's homes! It was the second house of the Ainsley family and they lived in this house until the house we all know as THE Ainsley House was completed. Learn more about this classic Queen Anne Victorian Style home that has a place in Campbell history.

This Place Matters: The E.R. Kennedy House

The next featured home of historic importance in Campbell is the Spanish Colonial Revival styled E.R. Kennedy House. Susan Blake of the Campbell Historic Preservation Board will give you a virtual tour of its features and share stories about its history and past owners.

This Place Matters: The Galindo-Queraz-Leigh House of Campbell

May is National Historic Preservation Month and in honor of it, we're starting a series of articles written by Susan Blake, a member of Campbell's Historic Preservation Board. Join us on a virtual tour of Campbell's historic homes! Each month, we'll feature a different house that reveals an interesting slice of the Orchard City's character and history.