The collection pertains to the construction and maintenance of the California Building built for the Panama-California Exposition
The California Building, the current home of the San Diego Museum of Man, was designed by architect Bertram Goodhue for the
1915 Panama-California Exposition. Now one of the most famous buildings in San Diego, the California Building is an icon of
the Spanish Colonial Revival architectural style pioneered by Goodhue in his building designs for the Exposition. It was one
of only four buildings built for the fair that were meant to be permanent.
0.25 Linear feet
The San Diego History Center (SDHC) holds the copyright to any unpublished materials. SDHC Library regulations do apply.
This collection is open for research.