Victoria Kastner

historian and author of “Julie Morgan: An Intimate Biography of the Trailblazing Architect”

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Julia Morgan designed California's iconic Hearst Castle, and hundreds of her buildings have survived earthquakes. She’s the focus of a new book by Victoria Kastner.

Love Hearst Castle? Thank trailblazing architect Julia Morgan

Julia Morgan designed California's iconic Hearst Castle, and hundreds of her buildings have survived earthquakes. She’s the focus of a new book by Victoria Kastner.

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