Location: 914 Capitol Mall / 10th Street
Built: 1922 – 1928
Architect: Weeks & Day
Description: The building faces north and is a five story stone and concrete structure. The building faces north onto a circular drive with fountain and with the Jesse Unrah Building opposite. The exterior is clad in Sierra white granite quarried by the McGilvrary-Raymond Granite Company of Madera County, and granitex architectural terra cotta manufactured by Gladding, McBean and Company of Lincoln in Placer County. The Memorial Entrance Vestibule has sixteen black Italian marble pillars. The Supreme Court Chamber is located on the main floor of the building on the south side of the Memorial Entrance Vestibule. The Supreme Court meets here twice a year. The building is named as the State Library & Courts Building. The building houses the 3rd District Court of Appeal.
Note: The main office of the Supreme Court is the Earl Warren Building at 350 McAllister Street in the civic center of San Fransico.
See: County Court is located in Sacramento County.
Photos taken 2013