California Art Deco & Streamline Moderne Buildings (page 17)

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Vallejo, CA
This house was built in 1937. [map]

Fire Station #39
Van Nuys, CA
Fire Station #39 was built in 1939. In 2019, the fire department moved to a new location. I believe this building is still vacant. [map]

Valley Municipal Building
Van Nuys, CA
The Valley Municipal Building was designed by Peter K. Schabarum and built in 1932. For more, see this website. [map]

First Baptist Church
Ventura, CA
The First Baptist Church was designed by Robert Stacy-Judd and built from 1928-1932. The Mayan Revival style building was restored in the mid-1980s. It now houses the Ventura Center for Spiritual Living. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

Masonic Temple
Visalia, CA
This Masonic Temple was built from 1934-1935. The lamps at the entrance were replaced between the first photo from 2008 above and the second photo from 2013. [map]

Town Center Post Office
Visalia, CA
The Town Center Post Office was designed by William D. Coates and built from 1932-1933. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

former Tulare County Courthouse
Visalia, CA
The former Tulare County Courthouse was designed by Ernest J. Kump and built in 1935. A new courthouse was built elsewhere in town in 1957. In 2020, the building began housing the Darling Hotel. [map]

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