Cooper House in perspective. It served Santa Cruz as its County Courthouse. The land for the Courthouse was donated by the Moores and the Coopers, on condition that the entrance would be on Cooper Street. It was built in 1894. Designed by N.A. Comstock and constructed by Thomas Beck, it is known for its Richardsonian Romanesque Revival style.

Date: Undated
Place: Santa Cruz City
Source of Information: Chase pp. 197--199
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