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Born in 1872 in San Francisco, Julia Morgan was a trailblazer for women in architecture. She graduated from UC Berkeley in 1894 as one of its first female civic engineers and eventually gained acceptance and graduated from École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, the most prestigious architecture school of the time. In 1904, she became the first licensed female architect in California.
Join us to celebrate the prolific career of this iconic woman whose work included designing the Riverside YWCA, now the Riverside Art Museum.