Historical Landmark

Designed by Julia Morgan for the YWCA, this building originally served Camp Fremont as a meeting place for servicemen and visitors, and was dedicated in 1919 to those who died in World War I. Moved from its original site to Palo Alto to become the first municipally sponsored community center in the nation, it is the only remaining structure from California's World War I Army training camps. This property was also listed in the National Register of Historic Places on 7/30/76.

Registration Date: 4/2/1976

City: Palo Alto
County: Santa Clara

27 Mitchell Ln, near NE corner of University Ave and El Camino Real, Palo Alto

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