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Title
Santa Barbara State College--Industrial Education Unit
Creator
Alfred Eichler (1895-1977), architect
Date Created and/or Issued
circa 1939
Publication Information
Architecture and Design Collection. Art, Design & Architecture Museum; University of California, Santa Barbara
Contributing Institution
UC Santa Barbara, Architecture and Design Collection, Art, Design and Architecture Museum
Collection
University of California, Santa Barbara: Campus Buildings
Rights Information
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Description
This image is a photograph of a rendering of the Industrial Education Unit for the Leadbetter Mesa campus, designed by Alfred Eichler. It was the first building built on the site for the Santa Barbara State College expansion, and was used from the early 1940s until the campus moved to the Goleta Mesa in 1954. It is now part of the Santa Barbara City College, and houses the administration building, the MacDougall Administration Center.
Type
image
Format
image/jpeg
Identifier
adc_130_b7_02
http://www.adc-exhibits.museum.ucsb.edu/items/show/147
Language
English
Subject
University of California, Santa Barbara
Place
Santa Barbara, Calif.
Source
Alfred Eichler papers, Architecture and Design Collection. Art, Design & Architecture Museum; University of California, Santa Barbara.
Relation
Box 7, folder 1

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