AKA: University of California, Berkeley (UCB), Agriculture Building, Berkeley, CA

Structure Type: built works - public buildings - schools - university buildings

Designers: Day, Clinton, Architect (firm); Clinton Day (architect)

Dates: constructed 1897, demolished 1933

University of California
Berkeley, CA

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Budd Hall

Named for Governor James H. Budd, this building, completed in 1895, rested on the foundations of Agriculture Hall, which burned just previously. Originally, it accommodated the departments of agriculture, viticulture, physics, and biochemistry. The University of California, Berkeley, operated its school wine cellar here until 1918, when viticulture studies were transferred to the University Farm School at Davis, CA.

Demolished; Budd Hall fell to the wrecker's ball in 1933.

PCAD id: 613