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Title
Exterior view of the Sate Printing Office at 15th and L Streets
Date Created and/or Issued
1909
Contributing Institution
Center for Sacramento History
Collection
Center for Sacramento History Photo Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Color Postcard: Exterior view of the Sate Printing Office at 15th and L Streets. Originally built in 1872 as a governor's mansion, but Governor Newton Booth thought being a single man, the mansion was too large and he never lived there. It was converted to the printing office and was destroyed in 1922.
Type
Image
Identifier
2B229EF9-9873-4398-B632-002149825433
1998/722/2766
Subject
California State Printing Office

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