California Mid-Century Modern Educational Buildings (page 8)

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Lawton Elementary School
San Francisco, CA
Lawton Elementary School was built from 1935-1936. The addition, shown in the two photos on the right, was built in 1950. [map]

Longfellow Elementary School
San Francisco, CA
Longfellow Elementary School was built in 1961. [map]

Creative Arts and TV/Radio Buildings
San Francisco, CA
The San Francisco State University Creative Arts and TV/Radio Buildings were built around 1953. [map]

Newman Center
San Jose, CA
The Newman Center was built in 1966. It was previously known as the San Jose State University Catholic Campus Ministry, aka the SJSUCCM. The building is still associated with the university. For more, see this website. [map]

former Rogers Junior High School
San Jose, CA
Rogers Junior High School had been built by 1964. I believe the school closed in 2008. The building now houses the Easterbrook Discovery School. [map]

College of San Mateo
San Mateo, CA


Fine Arts Center
The College of San Mateo Library and Fine Arts Center were built in 1963. They were designed by John Carl Warnecke & Associates. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2.

McFadden Intermediate School
Santa Ana, CA
The McFadden Intermediate School was designed by William Blurock & Associates. It was built in 1965. [map]

Campbell Hall
University of California
Santa Barbara, CA
I believe Campbell Hall at the University of California at Santa Barbara was built in the 1960s. [map]

El Camino High School
South San Francisco, CA
El Camino High School was designed by Donald F. Haines and built from 1961-1962. For more, see this website. [map]

Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Stockton, CA
The Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is part of the University of the Pacific. This round building appears to be from the 1960s or early 1970s. [map]

California Lutheran University
Thousand Oaks, CA
These California Lutheran University buildings were designed by Jefferson A. Elmendorf and completed in 1962. The "Centrum" is a group of seven buildings, each with poured concrete barrel roofs. They originally housed a cafeteria, a motel, stores, a library, a bank, a barber shop, a dentist's office, and a real estate office. In the mid-1980s, the buildings were converted into offices and classrooms. The round building (top left) which was originally a gift shop now houses the Centrum Cafe. For more, see this website.