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California State Office Building No. 1, 915 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

California State Office Building No. 1, 915 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, Sacramento County, CA

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Significance: One of a symmetrical pair of monumental buildings designed in the Beaux Arts tradition to serve as an extension of the State Capitol and help prevent key State department functions from leaving Sacramento for San Francisco. In addition to the quality of its architectural design, its associated ornament exhibits a high degree of artistic value and craftsmanship worthy of honoring California's rich historical heritage.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N311
Survey number: HABS CA-2702



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator


Sacramento (Calif.)38.57765, -121.49516
Google Map of 38.5776506, -121.4951568


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