Alameda Courthouse Marble Murals – Oakland CA

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Description

The entry to the courthouse lobby is flanked by two Federal Art Project murals made of marble backed with gold and silver leaf. “Exploration” depicts the Native American and Hispanic history of Alameda County, the other “Settling of California” depicts the settlement of the area by frontier settlers. Each is 10′ x 30′.

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http://www.newdealartregistry.org/renderartworks/AlamedaCountyCourthouse/Oakland/CA/

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Location Info

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1225 Fallon St.
Oakland, CA 94612

Coordinates: 37.79986, -122.26300

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