Monday, February 23, 2009

San Diego 1915: Utah State Building.....

The Utah State Building was located south of the Kansas State Building, along the east side of the Panama-California Exposition's Via de los Estados. Designed in an eclectic Spanish-Renaissance style, the building consisted of a large flat-roofed main hall, entered through an imposing arched portal, with small towers located on either side of a tile-roofed overhang. Smaller wings extended north and south from the main hall, and also featured flat roofs, tile overhangs, and small towers. Within the building were located numerous exhibits from the State of Utah.

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