AKA: Dohrmann, George W., Sr., and Bertha, House, Stockton, CA

Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: Wurster, William W., Architect (firm); Theodore C. Bernardi (architect); William Wilson Wurster (architect)

Dates: constructed 1936-1937

1 story

Stockton, CA

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The property backed up to the 14-Mile Slough in 1938.


The Campbell House was one of Wurster's most interesting and unheralded residential designs of the 1930s, a quintessential Modern ranch house.

Building History

The house was later owned by George W. Dohrmann, Sr., an insurance agent, and his wife, Bertha.

Building Notes

Theodore Bernardi had a great deal of influence on the plan of the Campbell House.

PCAD id: 3845