The carport was considered so emblematic of California that World War II soldiers would pose for photos by its orange tree. The old tennis court behind the home was home base for Don Anger, who is a retired Amador tennis coach Don Anger's home base; it also served as the training ground for their children, Jenny and Matt, who went on to become a National tennis champion.
The association gives its Heritage Award to homeowners who preserve and restore existing heritage homes or build new homes that are true to the historic character of Pleasanton's downtown historic district. The award will be presented at noon, Saturday, May 21, at the Angers' home, 541 St. Mary St.
The home will be one of five heritage homes open to the public for the Museum on Main Heritage Home Tour from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Sunday, May 22. Participants will begin at the Museum On Main, 603 Main St., and receive a booklet for the self-guided tour. Cost is $25; call 462-2766.
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