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Julia Morgan, architect, and the creation of the Asilomar Conference Grounds : including a comparison with Hearst Castle

Author: Russell L Quacchia
Publisher: [Virginia Beach, Va.] : Q Pub. ; [Philadelphia, Pa.] : Xlibris, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Julia Morgan
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Russell L Quacchia
ISBN: 1413488196 9781413488197 141348820X 9781413488203
OCLC Number: 62952271
Description: 253 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface --
Introduction --
Julia Morgan, Architect : A biographical sketch --
The Ecole des Beux-Arts : Architectural training in Paris --
The arts and crafts movement : English origins and the San Francisco Bay region's unique version --
The San Francisco Bay region : Emerging technologies and institutions in the formative years --
Julia Morgan's two largest projects : Hearst Castle and Asilomar, a comparison --
The site of Asilomar, Pacific Grove : The origins of a Monterey Bay township --
The Asilomar Conference Grounds : The manner and course of its founding --
Asilomar's Julia Morgan buildings : Artistically considered --
Asilomar's Julia Morgan buildings : Experientially considered --
Concluding remarks --
Appendix A. Alta California : From Spanish territory to the Gold Rush and statehood --
Appendix B. The Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris : Its history and design theory --
Appendix C. Asilomar's buildings and improvements designed by Julia Morgan --
Appendix D. Julia Morgan : Chronology
Responsibility: by Russell L. Quacchia.

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