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Painting by Chris Potter.

WILLIAM L A M A N FURNITURE •GARDEN • NTIQUES

NOT WHAT YOU NEED,

BUT WHAT YOU WANT.

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“As for Ojai being a ‘progenitor’ for Santa Bar-

bara, I think this is a stretch,” architect Marc Apple-

ton said via email. “It’s not that a number of commu-

nities (Santa Barbara, Ojai, Rancho Santa Fe, Palos

Verdes Estates) weren’t potentially influencing each

other in terms of their development, particularly

since the planners and architects working for the

developers were a limited circle and many knew of

each other’s work, but I don’t know of any strong

After James Osborne Craig’s death in 1922 the design for

a new Santa Barbara City Hall passed to the architectural

firm of Sauter and Lockard. The old city hall, in the

middle of City Hall Plaza, was torn down and the new

building opened in 1924, located on the northeast end

of the plaza. After the 1925 earthquake, the plaza was

renovated and renamed De la Guerra Plaza.

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