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Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Printing Plant, California Avenue, northwest corner of California , Vallejo, Solano County, CA



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B&W Photos

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BWPhotos 326004

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BWPhotos 326005

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BWPhotos 326006

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BWPhotos 326007

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BWPhotos 326008

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BWPhotos 326009

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BWPhotos 326010

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BWPhotos 326011

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BWPhotos 326012

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BWPhotos 326013

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BWPhotos 326014

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BWPhotos 326015

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BWPhotos 326016

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BWPhotos 326017

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BWPhotos 326018

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BWPhotos 326019

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BWPhotos 326020

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BWPhotos 326021


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Location
northwest corner of California, Vallejo, CA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS CA-1543-BM
National Register Number: 75002103
Significance: Building 65 is a contributing element of the Mare Island Historic District. It is important as an example of transitional design at Mare Island. It was not a shops building; it was designed for use as an apprentice school. The two-story brick building nonetheless was made to conform with the architectural form and traditions of the mid-19th century shops buildings to the south. The detail of the brickwork of Building 65 reflects a concern on the part of its designer for continuity with the existing buildings along the waterfront, as well as the generally high standards of design that the Navy upheld at the turn of the century.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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