Bibliography

Julia Morgan

“Julia Morgan of California: A Passion for Quality and Anonymity” American Institute of Architects Journal 65 (June 1976): 44-48.

“Julia Morgan: A Synthesis of Tradition,” Architecture California 7 (January – February 1985): 30-31.

Boutelle, Sara Holmes, Julia Morgan, Architect, rev. ed. (New York: Abbeville Press, 1995).

Coffman, Taylor, Building for Hearst and Morgan: Voices from the George Loorz Papers (Berkeley, Calif.: Berkeley Hills Books, 2003).

Favro, Diane, “Sincere and Good: The Architectural Practice of Julia Morgan,” The Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 9 (Summer 1992): 112-128.

Kasser, Sharon D., “Challenges and Struggles in a Hostile Environment: Julia Morgan, Architect,” (M.A. thesis, San Jose State University, 2004).

Kastner, Victoria, “Morgan and Associates: Julia Morgan’s Office Practice as Design

Longstreth, Richard, “Julia Morgan: Some Introductory Notes,” Perspecta 15 (1975): 74-86.

Luedtke, Pia Lindstrom, “Julia Morgan: Blueprint for Change,” The Concord Review (1994): 25-68.

McNeill, Karen, “Julia Morgan: Gender, Architecture, and Professional Style,” Pacific Historical Review 76 (May 2007): 229-267.

McNeill, Karen, “Women Who Build: Julia Morgan & Women’s Institutions,” California History, Vol. 89, no. 3 (Summer 2012): 41-74.

Osman, M.E., “Julia Morgan of California: A Passion for Quality and Anonymity,” American Institute of Architects Journal 65 (June 1976): 44-48.Metaphor,” in Linda Kiisk AIA, ed., 20 on 20/20 Vision: Perspectives on Diversity and Design (Boston: Boston Society of Architects, 2003): 44-51.

James, Cary, Julia Morgan (New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1990).

Quacchia, Russell L., Julia Morgan, Architect and the Creation of the Asilomar Conference Grounds (Carmel: Qpublishing, 2005).

Riess, Suzanne B., ed., The Julia Morgan Architectural History Project Vols. 1 and 2, manuscript (Berkeley: Regents of the University of California, 1976).

Richey, Elinor, Eminent Women of the West (Berkeley: Howell-North Books, 1975).

Wadsworth, Ginger, Julia Morgan: Architect of Dreams (Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Company, 1990).

Wilson, Mark, Julia Morgan, Architect of Beauty (Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 2007).

 

Some Places of Julia Morgan’s Life

Bagwell, Beth, Oakland: The Story of a City (Novato: Presidio Press, 1982).

Corbett, Michael R., Building California: Technology and the Landscape (San Francisco: California Historical Society, 1998).

Dennison, Mariea Caudill, “The American Girls’ Club in Paris: The Propriety and Imprudence of Art Students, 1890-1914,” Women’s Art Journal, 26 (Spring-Summer 2005): 32-37.

Drexler, Arthur, editor, The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts (New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1977).

Gordon, Lynn D., Gender and Higher Education in the Progressive Era (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1990).

Gullett, Gayle Ann, Becoming Citizens: The Emergence and Development of the  California Women’s Movement (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2000).

Longstreth, Richard, On the Edge of the World: Four Architects in San Francisco at the Turn of the Century (New York: the Architectural History Foundation, 1983).

Mackay, Dorothy Louise, “Reid Hall: A Relic of Old Paris,” reprinted in The South  Atlantic Quarterly XXX (July 1931): 260-271.

Pan, Erica Y. Z., The Impact of the 1906 Earthquake on San Francisco’s Chinatown (New York: Peter Lang, 1995).

Pattiani, Evelyn Craig, Queen of the Hills: The Story of Piedmont A California City (Fresno: The Academy Library Guild, 1953).

Thompson, Elizabeth Kendall, “The Early Domestic Architecture of the San Francisco Bay Region,” The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 10 (October 1951): 15-21.

 

Clients, Colleagues, and Associations

Ball, Kathryn Uhl, Mills College Yesterday & Tomorrow: 1852 –1937 (Oakland: Mills College, The Eucalyptus Press, 1937).

Brandimarte, Cynthia, “Women on the Home Front: Hostess Houses During World War I.” Winterthur Portfolio, 42 (Winter 2008): 201-222.

Cardwell, Kenneth, Bernard Maybeck: Artisan, Architect, Artist (Santa Barbara: Peregrine Smith, Inc., 1977).

Crowther, Mrs. Henry Christian, Highlights: The Friday Morning Club, Los Angeles,

California, April, 1891-1938 (Los Angeles: Friday Morning Club, 1939).

Foote, Mary Hallock, A Victorian Gentlewoman in the Far West: The Reminiscences of Mary Hallock Foote (San Marino: The Huntington Library, 1972).

Hamilton, Mildred Nichols, “Continually Doing Good”: The Philanthropic Career of Phoebe Apperson Hearst (1995).

Hildebrand, George, Borax Pioneer: Francis Marion Smith (San Diego: Howell-North Books, 1982).

Kastner, Victorian, Hearst Castle: The Biography of a Country House (New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2000).

Keep, Rosalind Amelia, Fourscore Years: A History of Mills College (Mills College,1931).

Kenaga, Heidi, “Making the ‘Studio Girl’: The Hollywood Studio Club and Industry Regulation of Female Labour,” Film History, 18 (2006): 129-139.

Klure, Laura L., Let’s Be Doers: A History of the YWCA of Riverside, California, 1906-1992 (Riverside: YWCA, 1992).

Kramer, William M., “Jessica Peixotto: U.C. Professor and Pioneer Women’s Activist,” Western States Jewish History 28 (1996): 265-268.

Laurie, Annie, The Life and Personality of Phoebe Apperson Hearst (San Simeon, Calif.: Friends of Hearst Castle, 1991).

Logan, Lorna E., Ventures in Mission: The Cameron House Story ([s.l. : s.n.], Wilson Creek, Wash., 1976).

Lyons, Louis S., ed., Who’s Who Among the Women of California, ed. (San Francisco: Security Publishing Company, 1922).

Martin, Mildred, Chinatown’s Angry Angel (Palo Alto, Calif.: Pacific Books, 1977).

Mills College, What’s Past is Prologue: A Century of Education, 1852-1952 (Berkeley: Gillick Press, [1952?]).

Nasaw, David, The Chief: The Life of William Randolph Hearst (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2000).

Nickliss, Alexandra M., “Phoebe Apperson Hearst’s ‘Gospel of Wealth,’ 1883-1901,” Pacific Historical Review 71 (November 2002): 575-605.

Olney, Mary McLean, “Oakland, Berkeley, and the University of California, 1880-1895,” An Interview Conducted by Willa Klug Baum, Berkeley, 1963, under the auspices of the Regional Cultural History Project. Typed Manuscript on file at the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

“Oral History Interview of Maxine Albro and Parker Hall,” with Mary McChesney, Carmel, California, July 27, 1964 (Smithsonian Archives of American Art), artarchives.si.edu/oralhist/albro64.htm.

Pascoe, Peggy, Relations of Rescue: The Search for Female Moral Authority in the American West, 1874-1939(New York: Oxford University Press, 1990).

Ritter, Mary Bennett, More than Gold in California, 1849-1933 (Berkeley: The Professional Press, 1933).

Tilman, Jeffrey T., Arthur Brown, Jr.: Progressive Classicist (New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2006).

Watt, Elizabeth Dewey Eaton, “My Long Life: An Autobiographical Sketch,” manuscript (San Francisco, 1925), Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Woodbridge, Sally Byrne, Bernard Maybeck: Visionary Architect (New York: Abbeville Press, 1992).

 

Women Artists and Architects

Adams, Annmarie, and Peta Tancred, “Designing Women”: Gender and the Architectural Profession (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2000).

Berke, Arnold, Mary Colter: Architect of the Southwest (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2002).

Berkeley, Ellen Perry, ed., Architecture: A Place for Women (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1989).

Corn, Wanda, Women Building History: Public Art at the 1893 Columbian Exposition (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011).

Davies, Lillian Bridgman, Lillian Bridgman, Architect (Berkeley: Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association, 1983)

Eddy, Lucinda Liggett, “Lilian Jeanette Rice: The Lady As Architect,” (M.A. thesis, University of San Diego, 1985).

Friedman, Alice T., Women and the Making of the Modern House: A Social and Architectural History (New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1998).

Garb, Tamar, Sisters of the Brush: Women’s Artistic Culture in Late Nineteenth-Century Paris (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994).

Hirshler, Erica E., A Studio of Her Own: Women Artists in Boston, 1870-1940 (Boston:

MFA Publications, 2001).

Rendell, Jane, Barbara Penner, and Iain Borden, eds., Gender Space Architecture : An Interdisciplinary Introduction (New York : Routledge, 2000).

Ressler, Susan R., ed., Women Artists of the American West (Jeffson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2003).

Rochlin, H., “Distinguished Generation of Women Architects in California,” American Institute of Architects Journal 66 (August 1977): 38-39.

Thornton, Sally Bullard, Daring to Dream: The Life of Hazel Wood Waterman (San Diego: San Diego Historical Society, 1987).

Torre, Susana, Women in American Architecture: A Historical and Contemporary Perspective (New York: Whitney Library of Design, 1977).

Woods, Mary N., From Craft to Profession: The Practice of Architecture in Nineteenth-Century America (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999).

 

Arts and Crafts Movement

Callen, Anthea, Women Artists of the Arts and Crafts Movement, 1870-1914 (New York: Pantheon Books, 1979).

Freudenheim, Leslie M., Building with Nature: Inspiration for the Arts & Crafts Home (Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 2005).

Kaplan, Wendy, “The Art that is Life”: The Arts & Crafts Movement in American, 1875-1920 (Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1998).

Trapp, Kenneth R., The Arts and Crafts Movement in California; Living the Good Life (New York: Abbeville Press, 1993).