Style 101: Mission Revival

Burlingame Railroad Station, Burlingame, CA | Photograph by Rebecca McManus, 2016
The Mission Revival style was born in California in the early 1890s, when the California Building at the World’s Columbian Exposition was constructed in a style that recalled the Spanish mission architecture of California’s past. Mission Revival architecture was further popularized when the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific rail companies built depots and stations in […]

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