Julia Morgan, her office and a house, 1976.


Julia Morgan, her office and a house, 1976.

Interviews (mostly by Suzanne B. Riess) re: architect Julia Morgan with Mary Grace Barron, Dorothy Wormser Coblentz, Bjarne Dahl, Bjarne Dahl, Jr., Edward Hussey, Hettie Belle Marcus, Polly Lawrence McNaught, Catherine Freeman Nimitz, Flora and Morgan North, Kirk O. Rowlands, Norma Willer, Quintilla Williams. Volume two of a two-volume set.

1v. (v, 247 p.)

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Morgan, Julia, 1872-1957

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Born in San Francisco, Julia Morgan (1872-1957) grew up in Oakland in a spacious Victorian house. Gifted in mathematics and encouraged in her studies by her mother, Morgan was influenced to become an architect by her mother's cousin, Pierre Le Brun, who designed an early skyscraper, the Metropolitan Life Insurance Tower in Manhattan. In 1890, she enrolled in the undergraduate civil engineering program at the University of California at Berkeley, in part because there were no architectural school...

Williams, Quintilla.

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Rowlands, Kirk O.

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Hussey, Edward

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Willer, Norma.

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North, Flora.

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Barron, Mary Grace.

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Dahl, Bjarne, 1930?-

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Boutelle, Sara Holmes

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d. May 26, 1999. From the description of Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81817339 Sara Holmes Boutelle was born in Aberdeen, South Dakota, in 1909. After graduating from Mount Holyoke, she taught art and architectural history for many years. Her interest in Julia Morgan began in 1972 and she dedicated the remainder of her life to researching and publishing material about the architect. From the description of Sara ...

Nimitz, Catherine F. (Catherine Freeman), 1892-1979

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Chester William Nimitz (1885-1966) was a U.S. Navy Admiral, who served in World War I and World War II. Nimitz graduated from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, seventh in his class, in 1905. He soon became an expert at undersea operations and commanded the Pearl Harbor Submarine Division. In 1926, he went to the University of California at Berkeley to design a Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps. Afterwards he progressed through the ranks of the Navy, becoming chief of...

Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office

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According to the University of California, Berkeley Bancroft Library website: "The Regional Oral History Office (ROHO) is a research program of the University of California, Berkeley, working within The Bancroft Library. ROHO conducts, teaches, analyzes, and archives oral and video history documents in a broad variety of subject areas critical to the history of California and the United States." For more information regarding the ROHO and their work please consult their website: http://bancroft....

Julia Morgan Architectural History Project (Bancroft Library).

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The Julia Morgan Architectural Project was conducted by the Regional Oral History Office of the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. From the description of Julia Morgan, her office and a house, 1976. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007858 ...

Coblentz, Dorothy Wormser.

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McNaught, Polly Lawrence.

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Freudenheim, Leslie Mandelson, 1941-....

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Sussman, Elisabeth, 1939-....

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Marcus, Hettie Belle.

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Dahl, Bjarne

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North, Morgan.

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Morgan North was a mining engineer for quicksilver, primarily in Napa County, Calif. With his wife Flora D'ille, founded Howell-North Press and Howell-North Books of Berkeley, publishing materials related to North's interests in mining and railroads. From the description of Morgan North papers, 1925-1969 (bulk 1930-1949). (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 215161984 ...