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Structure damaged by 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake

Oakland City Hall 4 Seat Of City Government Architecture Style : Beaux Arts Built 1914 Architectural Detail California Granite 18 Foors 335 Ft. Tall Ornamental Terra Cotta Friezes Topped With 3 Ft Ceremonial Base & Clock Tower 100 Year Old Oak Tree In Front Of Building Planted By Charmian London 1917 Wife Of Jack London Literary Great & Resident Country's 1st High Rise Government Office Building Tallest Building West Of Chicago When Built Architects: Palmer & Hornbostel Structure Damaged By 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake $81 Million Restoration Completed 1995 National Register Of Historic Places 83001170
Oakland City Hall 2 Seat Of City Government Architecture Style : Beaux Arts Built 1914 Architectural Detail California Granite 18 Foors 335 Ft. Tall Ornamental Terra Cotta Friezes Topped With 3 Ft Ceremonial Base & Clock Tower Country's 1st High Rise Government Office Building Tallest Building West Of Chicago When Built 100 Year Old Oak Tree In Front Of Building Planted By Charmian London 1917 Wife Of Jack London Literary Great & Resident Structure Damaged By 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake $81 Million Restoration Completed 1995 Architects: Palmer & Hornbostel National Register Of Historic Places 83001170
Oakland City Hall 3 Seat Of City Government Architecture Style : Beaux Arts Built 1914 Architectural Detail California Granite 18 Foors 335 Ft. Tall Ornamental Terra Cotta Friezes Topped With 3 Ft Ceremonial Base & Clock Tower 100 Year Old Oak Tree In Front Of Building Planted By Charmian London 1917 Wife Of Jack London Literary Great & Resident Country's 1st High Rise Government Office Building Tallest Building West Of Chicago When Built Architects: Palmer & Hornbostel Structure Damaged By 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake $81 Million Restoration Completed 1995 National Register Of Historic Places 83001170
Oakland City Hall 1 Seat Of City Government Architecture Style : Beaux Arts Built 1914 Architectural Detail California Granite 18 Foors 335 Ft. Tall Ornamental Terra Cotta Friezes Topped With 3 Ft Ceremonial Base & Clock Tower Country's 1st High Rise Government Office Building Tallest Building West Of Chicago When Built Structure Damaged By 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake $81 Million Restoration Completed 1995 100 Year Old Oak Tree In Front Of Building Planted By Charmian London 1917 Wife Of Jack London Literary Great & Resident National Register Of Historic Places 83001170 Architects: Palmer & Hornbostel
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