DEDICATED TO PRESERVING A HISTORICAL LANDMARK DESIGNED BY RENOWNED ARCHITECT, JULIA MORGAN
Monday Club Living History Tours
Walk-in tours (individuals and groups less than 10 persons)
When you enter the doors of the Julia Morgan designed Monday Club you will walk with docents who will take you back to the 1920's and 30's where the Depression was affecting every household, prohibition was in full swing, and women had just been given the right to vote. It was a time of social, forward-thinking women dedicated to civic duty to serve their community, to give a voice to the underserved and to strengthen the lives of those who had previously not found a place of community.
Here you will learn about the intersecting lives of early pioneer club members and their connection with Julia Morgan. Experience the Architecture of this very talented and overlooked woman that was awarded the first female architectural license in California as well as the first woman to receive the certificate of architecture from The Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France.
Tours run approximately one hour in length. Doors open to the public every 2nd and 3rd Mondays, from 1:00-4:00pm, unless otherwise scheduled.
These tours are for groups smaller than 10. For larger groups, including school classes, clubs, organizations contact Docent Coordinators Brooke Meek or Liz Ruderman-Miller.
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