AKA: Tuolumne County Courthouse, Sonora, CA

Structure Type: built works - public buildings - courthouses

Designers: Mooser and Son, Architects (firm); William Sebastien Mooser (architect); William Mooser Sr. (architect)

Dates: constructed 1900

Sonora, CA


Overview

San Francisco architect William Mooser, Sr., designed the Tuolumne County Courthouse in Sonora, CA, completed in 1900. (See Michael R. Corbett, "Continuity and Change in California Courthouse Design 1850-2000," in Ray McDevitt, ed., Courthouses of California: An Illustrated History, [San Francisco: California Hisorical Society, 2001], p. 25.)

Building Notes

An illustration for the Tuolumne County Court House at Sonora, CA, appeared in the California Architect and Building News in 1899.

PCAD id: 20594