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image of Betty Soskin courtesy of Kurt Rogers / The ChronicleRosie the a Ranger!
Betty Soskin, Ranger at Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park in Richmond,
California, was herself a Rosie. Read her story in the National Park Service's award-winning magazine,
Common Ground. Listen to her thoughts after witnessing the inauguration of President Barack Obama
and read the story in the San Francisco Chronicle.


Neptune Pool of the Hearst San Simeon Estate, designed by architect Julia Morgan
Landmark Architect
The first female civil engineering student at the University of California-Berkeley, Julia Morgan (1872-1957) became a prominent 20th century architect designing more than 800 buildings including William Randolph Hearst's San Simeon estate, now a national historic landmark.
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