California Historical Landmarks in San Joaquin County

California Historical Landmark 520
San Joaquin Valley College Site
18500 Lilac Street

California Historical Landmark #520: San Joaquin Valley College Site
17 February 2007
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San Joaquin Valley College

Built through subscription by the residents of Woodbridge and dedicated as Woodbridge Seminary in 1879 by the United Brethren Church, this was the site of San Joaquin Valley College from 1882-1897. It was then used as Woods Grammar School until 1922, when the building was dismantled.

Historical Landmark No. 520

Plaque erected by the California State Park Commission in cooperation with the Northern San Joaquin Valley Historical Society May 19, 1959. Dedicated to the memory of the teachers and students of the college.

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