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Cabrillo Pavilion

Title

Cabrillo Pavilion

Subject

Santa Barbara (Calif.)
Buildings--California
Beaches--California

Source

Santa Barbara Picture Postcards, ca. 1900s-1950s (SBHC Mss 36), Department of Special Collections at the University of California, Santa Barbara Library

Rights

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Text

Cabrillo Pavilion - Property of the people of Santa Barbara. This pavilion on the East Beach frontage of the city of Santa Barbara is considered to be the finest example of a municipal pleasure building in California, both from the standpoint of architecture and utility. The building of this pavilion is the first step in a campaign to save the beach lands of Santa Barbara from tawdry exploitation. Accommodations are available for 2500 bathers. Restaurants, coffee shops and soda fountains are conveniently located to the beach and to the dance floor on the upper story. Ample parking space is also available.

Original Format

picture postcards

Physical Dimensions

9 x 14 cm

Files

Citation

"Cabrillo Pavilion," in Digital Collections, Item #6327, http://digital.library.ucsb.edu/items/show/6327 (accessed November 20, 2017).