Title

Julia Morgan-Sara Holmes Boutelle Collection

Description

The architectural drawings and plans, office records, photographs, correspondence, project files, student work, and personal papers created by or belonging to Julia Morgan in this collection were gathered by Morgan's biographer, Sara Holmes Boutelle, in the course of her research on the architect over a period of more than 25 years. Collection dates between 1877 and 1958. Collection divided into five series. More information available at https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt3p30263p

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Local Identifier
027-4-a-09-25-01
Date Created
1932 to 1933
Description

Letter is printed on Morgan's stationery. Letter reads: Dear Miss Barneberg, I will call you about nine o'clock Wednesday morning and you can ask Mr. Jepson and get all his troubles with one large bunch for us! With thanks for your telegram - as always Julia Morgan.

Local Identifier
027-4-b-11-52-01
Date Created
1940-04-15
Description

Black and white photograph of workers reaching the crown of the Church vault. Tear to corner of photograph. Project for William Randolph Hearst, Santa Maria de Ovila Monastery Medieval Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, 1940

Local Identifier
027-4-b-11-52-02
Date Created
1940-06-20
Description

Black and white photograph of several men demounting one of the arches of the Church crossing. Project for William Randolph Hearst, Santa Maria de Ovila Monastery Medieval Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, 1940

Local Identifier
027-4-b-11-52-03
Date Created
1941
Description

Black and white illustration of the Medieval Museum located  in San Francisco. Project for William Randolph Hearst, Santa Maria de Ovila Monastery Medieval Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, 1940

Local Identifier
027-4-b-11-11-01
Date Created
1906
Description

Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Orsamus Cole Jr.'s house under construction at 161 Hillcrest Road in Berkeley, CA. Inscription reads: "Our home under construct/ at 161 Hillcrest/Berkeley./ Orsamus Cole/1906."