Santa Barbara State Teachers College -- Ebbets Hall northeast entrance


A photograph of the entrance to Ebbets Hall on the northeast corner, facing Alvarado Place. The building was named after Miss Charlotte Ebbets, who was the department head of the Home Economics Department at the college. Ebbets Hall contained classrooms, laboratories, a 'practice house' for home economics classes, a kitchen, and three dining rooms.


Alfred Eichler papers, Architecture and Design Collection. Art, Design & Architecture Museum; University of California, Santa Barbara.


circa 1927


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Alfred Eichler (1895-1977), architect, “Santa Barbara State Teachers College -- Ebbets Hall northeast entrance,” UCSB ADC Omeka, accessed February 17, 2019,