The Hearst Tower in New York City It is the world headquarters of the Hearst Corporation, bringing together for the first time their numerous publications and communications companies under one roof, including Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping and the San Francisco Chronicle, to name a few❤️ #architecture ☮k☮
Hearst Castle, CA, USA. The Enchanted Hill is a National and California Historical Landmark mansion located on the Central Coast of California, United States. It was designed by architect Julia Morgan between 1919 and 1947 for newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, who died in 1951. In 1957, the Hearst Corporation donated the property to the state of California.
Architect of Beauty - California's First Female Architect
Designed by Julia Morgan, California's first female architect. Her works include: Hearst Castle, the Los Angeles Examiner Building and the Riverside Art Museum. ~ Wyntoon is the name of a private estate in rural Siskiyou County, California. William Randolph Hearst contracted Julia Morgan to design a Bavarian Village at Wyntoon in 1931...
Hearst Castle, CA, USA - Julia Morgan.~In 1957, the Hearst Corporation donated the property to the state of California. Since that time it has been maintained as a state historic park where the estate, and its considerable collection of art and antiques, is open for public tours. Despite its location far from any urban center, the site attracts about one million visitors per year.
The Hearst Tower is a building located at 300 West 57th Street, 959 8th Avenue, near Columbus Circle in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, New York. It is the world headquarters of the Hearst Corporation, bringing together for the first time their numerous publications and communications companies under one roof, including, among others, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Marie Claire, Harper's Bazaar, Good Housekeeping and Seventeen. you may recognize it from the movies ;)
👻 ::A Frightening Prediction Figurine:: Based on C.H. Twelvetrees Pictorial Review cover from the 1920's Paint on Molded Porcelain Hearst Corporation 1986 A gift from fellow collector and TBHS chair @johnkozik