Shasta Memory Bank 4.24.11

The Chamber of Commerce building stood on Yuba Street in Redding, next to the Carnegie Library. The Chamber was organized in 1910 with Dudley Saeltzer as its first president.

Photo courtesy of Shasta Historical Society

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2 Responses

  1. Avatar Cowgirl Up says:

    Published at 4:11am??? Any comment?

  2. Avatar Biff says:

    Did you know the bricks from the Carnegie Library now adorn the Redding Police Station? A little history tid-bit.