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Guide to the Ray Takata architecture records
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The collection documents Sacramento projects that Ray Takata and Takata Sugioka Architects worked on during the mid-1980s through the mid-1990s. Documents include project files, invoices, consultation records, timesheets, correspondence, drawings, notes, and plans. Some of the projects include 1717 I Street, Riverview Plaza, Crystal Ice, Sacramento Zoological Society Interpretive Center, Stanford Mansion, Natomas Middle School, City of Sacramento Special Services Office, Tenrikyo Church, and Sacramento County Executive Airport.
Architect Ray Takata was born October 19, 1934, in Sacramento. During World War II, he and his family were incarcerated as part of Executive Order 9066 at Tule Lake Relocation Center, then Amache Relocation Center in Colorado. After the war, Takata and his family returned home and he finished high school
7 linear feet (2 manuscript boxes, rolled plans)
All requests to publish or quote from private manuscripts held by the Center for Sacramento History (CSH) must be submitted in writing to csh@cityofsacramento.org. Permission for publication is given on behalf of CSH as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the patron. No permission is necessary to publish or quote from public records.
Collection is open for research use.