Historic Chinese Structures Receives a Governor’s Historic Preservation Award for 2010

The Historic Chinese Structures of Fiddletown has been selected to receive a Governor’s Historic Preservation Award for 2010. This award is the only official preservation award presented by the State of California in recognition of achievements in historic preservation. A presentation ceremony has been planned in November in Sacramento.

The two structures, the Gambling House and Store, were constructed c. 1850 and were recently stabilized as a Garavaglia Architecture, Inc. project. This project was also awarded a 2009 California Preservation Foundation Design in the Preservation category and a 2010 Honor Award by the AIA San Francisco Chapter.

For more information on this project, navigate to 1850 on our timeline.

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