- Redlands, CA
- Site Type:
- Military and Public Safety, Civic Facilities, Auxiliary Civic Facilities, Police Stations
- New Deal Agencies:
- Work Relief Programs, Works Progress Administration (WPA)
- Quality of Information:
- Site Survival:
From the Redlands history page: “Built during the WPA depression days, the building has been designated as the future location of the Redlands Historical Museum. Replacing the original Richardsonian masterpiece that mysteriously burned in 1939, this civic style building with classic elements and artnouveau bas reliefs, contains multiple styles, as if it was built by committee…it was!”
This building now serves as the Administrative Offices for the Redlands Police Department. The new city hall is located directly across the street.
Source notesMore photos of exterior and interior of the building at: https://www.redlandshistoricalmuseum.com/virtual_tour.htm Redlands history page (link broken, 8/13/2016)
Site originally submitted by Judy Steppins on June 8, 2010.
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