The carving of Julia Morgan’s name on the AIA Gold Medal Wall of Fame. She is winner number 60 and the first woman. What a tribute to a great architect! So long over due.
Carving of Julia Morgan’s name on the AIA Gold Medal wall of Fame
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I see now her honorarium at Cal Berkeley engineering’s website. CE class of 1894. Even as a fellow UCB engineering grad, (the editorial) “we” are not worthy! The link: https://www.facebook.com/berkeleyengineering/photos/a.146503929437.110418.16129309437/10152136719194438/?type=1&theater