Treasure Island is an artificial island which between 1936 to 1937 was constructed with sand from the Bay by the Federal government as the site for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition. In 1941 Treasure Island has been part of the U. S. Naval Station which also includes Yerba Buena Island.
The designation of California Registered Historical Landmark No. 987 was granted to Treasure Island on _______[date].
An official plaque was placed the the State Department of Parks and Recreation in cooperation with the U. S. Navy, Treasure Island Museum, GGIE Research Associates, and the Art Deco Society of California on February 18, 1990.
Links & References
- California Historical Landmarks in San Francisco NoeHill in San Francisco
- Treasure Island - Golden Gate International Exposition, 1939-40
- Treasure Island, San Francisco Wikipedia