Sonoma Carnegie

Sonoma Carnegie

Jack B. Erhart
The Sonoma Carnegie building is a unique example of the Classical Revival in a town noted for its mix of adobe, Mission, "Monterey Colonial," Victorian, and Italianate architecture. The Carnegie and the Mission Revival city hall are the only buildings on the town's central plaza and are part of the Sonoma Plaza National Register Landmark area which includes the most northerly of the missions, San Francisco Solano.
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