Airplane View (drawing) : verso lists buildings coded with red ink on face
California School of Arts and Crafts preliminary circular information for the Eighteenth Annual Summer Session, June 23 to August 1, 1924
Out door sketch class outside of Treadwell Hall; Christene Malloch McGee (instructor), Heath Anderson 3rd from left. CSAC, Oakland Campus, March 1923
Treadwell mansion with entrance to estate in Oakland California, 1928. This building was known as Macky Hall from the 1950s through the 2020s
The Carriage House, part of the Treadwell Estate purchased in 1922, was moved and converted to classrooms in the mid 1920s. Frederick Meyer stands in front of the building in this image.
Treadwell Hall, north side 1935, showing the Coast Redwood given to CSAC by Florence Cook
1935 campus map of California School of Arts and Crafts, with guide to buildings and classrooms.
Crafts Building, CSAC Oakland campus, September, 1930. Crafts Building is known later as Studio 4 and then as B Building.
The Carriage House, part of the Treadwell Estate purchased in 1922, was moved and converted to classrooms in the mid 1920s.
Sculpture exhibit in Guild Hall auditorium, Oakland California, circa 1930