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Photograph shows four teenage girls posing on the lower branches and trunk of a Monterey pine tree at Asilomar in 1958. On recto: "Y.W.C.A. Asilomar 1958." Asilomar was built to be a permanent conference site for the national YWCA association. It was designed by Julia Morgan who was hired by Phoebe Apperson Hearst. From Fran Smith, "Breaking Ground:The Daring Women of the YWCA in the Santa Clara Valley, 1905-2005, " (2005), p. 20.