In 1897, Julia spent Easter Sunday showing an unnamed visiting friend around Paris. On April 29, 1897, Julia wrote to her relatives, Lucy and Pierre LeBrun: “Easter was a beautiful day – with clouds chasing over the blue all day. . . .’ The girls spent some of their time in the Latin Quarter, where they visited the 18th-century Church of Saint-Sulpice, known for its mismatched towers.
[Julia Morgan Papers, Special Collections, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 2-D-17-11.]