A Historic Building, With Many Stories to Tell
This Spanish-style school building has been deemed eligible for listing in the National Register as a National Historic Place.
This 1935 building served as the Chung Mei Home for boys, which was an orphanage for Chinese boys from 1935-1954. It was also a bible college and a prep school. It is now a public charter school. Original details remain, including deco panels, Spanish-style architecture and Asian influenced details.
Here is a link to the National Historic Places application which details the history and construction processes.
Architects – http://studiobondy.com
Photo – http://www.kengutmaker.com