Copyright, Jim LaneOne of Julia Morgan's most lasting works, her makeshift office at San Simeon.
Copyright, Jim LaneHearst's Humble Habitat.
|Julia Morgan, ca. 1950s.|
|The Hearst Greek Theater, University of California, Berkley, 1903-04, Julia Morgan.|
|The Margaret Carnegie Library, Mills College, Oakland, 1905, Julia Morgan|
|El Campanile, Mills College,|
Oakland, California, 1904,
|The Fairmont Hotel atop Nob Hill as reconstructed by Morgan following the 1906 earthquake and fire. |
Notice all the empty lots in the area resulting from the fire .
|San Francisco's Fairmont Hotel today, over a hundred years after Julia Morgan "saved" it.|
|The Bavarian styled Wyntoon House, restored|
by Morgan, once owned by Hearst's mother.
|Morgan's Honolulu YWCA (the three-story portion only, not the high-rise in back).|
|Julia Morgan's own home in San|
Francisco--two structures, one
in which she lived, the other, a
duplex (on the left), she rented.
|The Hearst Hacienda ranch house near Jolon, California, (now a hotel) designed by Julia Morgan in 1930. It's not San Simeon, but then, it's only a day's ride by horseback from her most unforgettable effort.|