Table of contents for John Galen Howard and the University of California : the design of a great public university campus / Sally B. Woodbridge.

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1. The Early Years to 1888

2. Paris and New York: 1889-1895

3. The University of California and the 1898-1899 International Competition for the Hearst Architectural Plan 000

4. Postcompetition Reversals

5. Supervising Architect for the Hearst Architectural Plan: 1901-1903

6. The Move to California in 1902

7. The President's House, California Hall, and the Hearst Mining Building: 1901-1907

8. University Work, Private Practice, and the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition: 1904-1907

9. Doe Library, Boalt Hall, and Sather Gate: 1907-1917

10. Expositions in Seattle, San Francisco, and San Diego: 1909-1915

11. The San Francisco Civic Center and a Trial: 1911-1913

12. A Move and the Publication of Brunelleschi

13. The College of Agriculture, Sather Tower, Hilgard, Wheeler, and Gilman Halls, and Campus Landscaping: 1910-1917

14. World War I and Postwar Changes at the University: 1917-1924

15. Dismissal as Supervising Architect and a Career as Educator: 1923-1931

Appendix: Buildings by John Galen Howard


Selected Bibliography


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Howard, John Galen, 1864-1931, Architects United States Biography, University of California, Berkeley Buildings, Architecture California Berkeley 20th century