Women's History Walking Tour

Sunday, March 16, 2014 - 10am - noon, Meet at steps of Oakland City Hall, Frank Ogawa Plaza

What did architect Julia Morgan, poet and writer Gertrude Stein, and librarian Ina Coolbrith have in common? They all lived in Oakland; they were prominent in the city's history; and they will be among those featured in the Women's History Tour on March 16, 2014.

The tour, led by Annalee Allen and Gene, was sponsored by Oakland Tours Program and Oakland Urban Paths.

  1. Oakland City Hall
  2. Jennie Prentiss and Jack London and The Oak
  3. Girls, Inc.
  4. Latham FountainHenrietta Marshall Latham and Latham Memorial Fountain Unveiled
  5. 1946 General Strike and Kahn's Department Store
  6. Gertrude Stein and "There" Sculpture
  7. Delilah Beasley and African American Museum and Library of Oakland
  8. Isadora Duncan and First Unitarian Church
  9. Julia Morgan
  10. Preservation Park
  11. Pardee Home
  12. Millicent Kittredge Blake and Oakland Seminary for Young Ladies
  13. Ida Louise Jackson
  14. Elizabeth Flood and Lydia Flood
  15. Joyce Gordon Gallery
  16. Jewish Cultural Experience Mural
  17. Mural Lane and Love Oakland Group
  18. Julia Morgan and YWCA
  19. Ebell Society
  20. Malonga Casquelourd Center (originally Alice Arts Center, for Alice Street, for Horace W. Carpentier's sister Alice)

  21. Ina Coolbrith and Oakland Public Library

  22. Camron-Stanford House