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Julia Morgan

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-- Profiles the lives and careers of women whose accomplishments have contributed to our society
-- Fully illustrated with photographs and paintings
Hardcover, 111 pages
Published December 12th 1990 by Chelsea House Publications (first published April 1990)
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really interesting and cleared up for me the tie in between JM and Hearst.
this whole series would be a good read for anyone who wanted to show young girls how women back in the day didn't let society limit them.
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Cary James was born in Virginia, and received degrees from the College of William and Mary, and the University of California at Berkeley. For two decades he practiced architecture in the San Francisco Bay area, before becoming a professional writer. He has published short stories, poems, and book reviews, and served as chair of the Fiction Award Committee of the Bay Area Book Reviewers Association ...more
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