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San Francisco architect Julia Morgan designed the Mediterranean Revival “Hearst Castle” for publisher William Randolph Hearst on 40,000 acres of ranchland he inherited from his father. Morgan, the first woman accepted to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, worked on the project for nearly 28 years and supervised every aspect of its design and construction, including the animal pens and shelters.
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