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Landmark 861
Site of First California State Fair
269 Bush Street at Montgomery
Financial District
1854
Site of First California State Fair
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Site of First California State Fair

California's first state fair was held on this site on October 4, 1854. Sponsored by the California State Agricultural Society, the exhibition of "horses, cattle, mules, and other stock, and agricultural, mechanical, and domestic manufacture and productions" promoted the new state's growing agricultural industry. A different city held the fair each year, until Sacramento became the permanent location in 1861.

California Registered Historical Landmark No. 861
Plaque placed by State Department of Parks and Recreation in cooperation with the Grand Parlor, Native Sons of the Golden West. August 18, 1973.

 
 
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