Gold Country Museum – Auburn CA

Description

This building was originally built as a mining exhibit hall for the 20th Agricultural District Fairgrounds. It became the first Placer County Museum in 1948.

The WPA built much of the rest of the Gold Country Fairgrounds as well.

Source notes

http://www.placer.ca.gov/~/media/fac/fac%20%20%20museums%20division/documents/volume12Issue3RG42409mj.ashx

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Location Info


1273 High St.
Auburn, CA 95603

Location notes:

Coordinates: 38.891876, -121.074622

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