Long Beach Junior College – Long Beach CA

Date: October 7, 2011

Formerly called Long Beach Junior College 'This project consists of three buildings, replacing the former school plant destroyed by earthquake in 1933. The upper illustration is of the physical-science building and the lower of the English building. The former is constructed of steel frame and studding, providing approximately 24,000 square feet of usable floor area; the latter is of wood frame and stucco, with 17,400 square feet of floor space.
The three buildings were completed in 1935. The language and social-science building is not shown. It has 20,700 square feet of floor area and is constructed of wood frame and stucco.
The buildings were erected at a construction cost of $206,477 and a project cost of $225,191.'

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