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$1.3-million Berkeley home severs its questionable Julia Morgan ties, goes into contract

We recently brought you the story of a largely original-condition century-old home in Berkeley that claimed both Julia Morgan and Edna Deakin were its architects, even though the local historical society‘s records listed only Deakin as the designer. Since the story ran, the home’s agent, Galina Plizga has removed Morgan’s name from all the marketing
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