Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - banks (buildings)

Designers: Dickey, C.W., Architect (firm); Charles William Dickey (architect)

Dates: constructed 1915

Stockton, CA

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Dickey produced an elegant templar design for the Stockton Savings Bank, with colossal Ionic columns on the front facade and Doric pilasters on the side elevation. Tall windows large amounts of light onto the banking floor.

Architect Charles W. Dickey, born in the HI Territory, designed a number of buildings in HI and CA. He lived in Oakland, CA, from 1903-1924, with periodic trips back to the islands during the course of that time. The Stockton Savings Bank was one of his last commercial commissions in the CA. Subsequently, his energy was devoted to public schools in the Oakland School District for whom he was Supervising Architect from 1920-1923.

PCAD id: 17045