Mendocino and Headlands Historic District
The Mendocino and Headlands Historic District is a nationally recognized and locally protected historic district in Mendocino, California. It is bounded roughly by the Pacific Ocean on the west and so...
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Smithsonian Institution Shelter
The Smithsonian Institution Shelter, also known as the Mount Whitney Summit Shelter, was built in 1909 on the summit plateau of Mount Whitney, in the Sierra Nevada within Sequoia National Park, in Cal...
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Union Station (San Diego, California)
Union Station in San Diego, California, much more commonly known as the Santa Fe Depot, is a train station built by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway to replace the small Victorian-style struc...
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Weedpatch Camp
Weedpatch Camp (also known as the Arvin Federal Government Camp and the Sunset Labor Camp) was built by the Farm Security Administration (FSA) south of Bakersfield, California in 1936 to house migrant...
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University House, Berkeley
The University House is a building on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley. Designed by the architect Albert Pissis, it was formerly the home of the president of the University of Cali...
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Arena Cove Historic District
Arena Cove Historic District is a historic district including 10 contributing buildings and three contributing structures in a small valley opening to the Pacific Ocean next to the neck of Point Arena...
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Old Sacramento State Historic Park
Old Sacramento State Historic Park is located within the Old Sacramento Historic District of Sacramento, California. It is generally referred to as Old Sacramento, or Old Sac, and since the 1960s ha...
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Ryan House and Lost Horse Well
The Ryan House and Lost Horse Well is a historic district in Joshua Tree National Park, California, United States. It was established by the family of J.D. Ryan, the later developers of the Lost Horse...
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