The first image is one of the Concordia buildings although the sign out front says Spectrum Center. When I attended Concordia (1970-1974) this building housed administrative and faculty offices, twelve classrooms, a library and an auditorium. Other buildings on the campus were the original building from the early 1900's which housed the men's dormitory and school cafeteria (through the 1970-1971 school year), the former president's residence which became the music building, a gymnasium, and the old "co-ed cottage" (women's locker room and a classroom) which became an "Industrial Technology" classroom (shop), a Prayer Chapel, and a pair of small garages, one of which originally housed the pump for the school's well).The other two images are of the Catholic school across Camden Ave. from the Concordia campus.
I attended California Concordia College from September of 1961 to June of 1963, when I moved on to Concordia Senior College (Now Concordia Seminary) in Indiana. I have many wonderful memories of those years. For a long time, I wondered if any vestiges remain of that place. In the 1980's or so, I took my family on a trip to California and we went by the old school. It was still there and I think it was a Lutheran High School at that time. I wish I could find a way to track some of the students I knew. I've tried to Google a few them, but many years have passed.If anyone posts a reply to this I would be very interested. Robert Post
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