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Elizabeth Boyter, Dorothy Wormser Coblentz, Bjarne Dahl, Edward Hussey, Thaddeus Joy, James LaFeaver, Julia H. Morgan, Schalk, Camille Solon, Walter Theodore Steilberg

Active 1904-1906; 1910-1952

She operated an office in the Merchant's Exchange Building, San Francisco, CA for 46 years, from 1906-1952; in 1920, her staff included: Walter Steilberg, Dorothy Wormser, Thaddeus Joy, a man named Schalk, and a man named Clifford.

PCAD id: 437


NameDateCityState
2814 Derby Street House, Berkeley, CA1908BerkeleyCA
2816 Derby Street House, Berkeley, CA1908BerkeleyCA
67 San Leandro Way House, Saint Francis Wood, San Francisco, CA1921San FranciscoCA
Asilomar Conference Center, Merrill Hall, Pacific Grove, CAPacific GroveCA
Baptist Divinity School, Hobart Hall, Berkeley, CA1918-1919BerkeleyCA
Berkeley Women's City Club, Berkeley, CA1929-1930BerkeleyCA
Burke, Katherine Delmar, School, Presidio Heights, San Francisco, CA1916-1917San FranciscoCA
Camp Fremont, Palo Alto, CA1917-1918Palo AltoCA
Chickering, Allen L., Sr., and Alma S., House, Piedmont, CA1911PiedmontCA
Fairmont Hotel, Nob Hill, San Francisco, CA1902-1907San FranciscoCA
Goodrich, Chauncey, House, Saratoga, CA1919SaratogaCA
Gregory, Warren and Sadie, House #2, Greenwood Terrace, Berkeley, CA1912BerkeleyCA
Hail, Anthony House, San Francisco, CASan FranciscoCA
Hearst Hacienda, Fort Hunter Liggett, Jolon, CA1929-1930JolonCA
Hearst, Phoebe Apperson, House, Pleasanton, CA 1902PleasantonCA
Hearst, William Randolph, Castle, Roman Pool, San Simeon, San Luis Obispo, CASan Luis ObispoCA
Hearst, William Randolph, Castle, San Simeon, San Luis Obispo, CA1919-1947San SimeonCA
Hearst, William Randolph, House, McCloud River, Siskyou County, CA1924McCloud RiverCA
Hollywood Studio Club Building, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1925-1926
Ilsen, Frederick George, House, Adams Point, Oakland, CA1913-1914OaklandCA
King's Daughters of California Home for Incurables, Oakland, CA1912OaklandCA
Ladies Protection and Relief Society, The Heritage Retirement Home, San Francisco, CA1924-1925San FranciscoCA
Lombard, James, House, Piedmont, CA1915PiedmontCA
Merchants Exchange Building #3, Financial District, San Francisco, CA1903San FranciscoCA
Methodist Chinese Mission School, San Francisco, CA1907-1910San FranciscoCA
Mills College, Alumnae Hall, Oakland, CA1916
Mills College, Carnegie, Margaret, Library, Oakland, CA1905-1906OaklandCA
Mills College, El Campanil, Oakland, CA1903-1904OaklandCA
Mountain View Cemetery, Chapel of the Chimes, Oakland, CA1909OaklandCA
Reed, Benjamin, House, Piedmont, CA1926PiedmontCA
Saint John's Presbyterian Church, Berkeley, CA1908-1910BerkeleyCA
Saratoga Foothill Club, Saratoga, CA1915SaratogaCA
Thomas House, Berkeley, CABerkeleyCA
United States Army (USA), Camp Fremont, Hostess House, Palo Alto, CAPalo AltoCA
White, Ralph, House, Berkeley, CA1913BerkeleyCA
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), Building, Berkeley, CA1919BerkeleyCA
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), Building, Chinatown, San Francisco, CA1932San FranciscoCA
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), Building, Fresno, CA1921-1922FresnoCA
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), Building, Oakland, CA1913-1915OaklandCA
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), Building, Pasadena, CA1921-1922PasadenaCA
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), Building, San Francisco, CA1915San FranciscoCA
Zagar, Steven, Child's Playhouse, San Luis Obispo, CASan Luis ObispoCA
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