Now six years since it closed, the state had started and stopped the sale of the 91-acres to potential home developers. The City of Whittier failed to win a bid for the land. Some of the buildings on the property are designated historic landmarks.
|The letters F-A-C-I-L-I-T-Y have been swiped from the sign.|
|The Administration building, constructed between 1928-1929.|
|The Superintendent's residence, built 1919-1920.|
|A forlorn landscape.|