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Title
Library and Courts Building artifacts, 1927-2012
Contributing Institution
California State Library
Collection
California History Section Picture Catalog
Rights Information
Unrestricted. Please credit California State Library.
Description
The Library and Courts Building in Sacramento was designed by architects Weeks and Day and completed in 1928. It houses part of the California State Library and the California Supreme Court chambers. Renamed after Justice Stanley Mosk in 2002, the structure underwent a renovation during 2009-2014. Among other features, the building is renowned for its Maynard Dixon murals.
Objects found in the California State Library's Library and Courts building during its renovation.
LCI artifacts.
Unrestricted. Please credit California State Library.
California State Library, California History Room
Type
text
Extent
2 archival boxes; 16 x 12 1/2 x 10 1/4 in.
Identifier
(C)001610165CSL01-Aleph
(OCoLC)1005267463
Language
English
Subject
California State Library
Ephemera

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