CEILINGS OF HOUSES AT SAN SIMEON, CALIF.
Upper Lobby: Motif suggested by a ceiling in the ducal Apartments, Palazzo Ducale, Montove, Italy
Sitting Room: Antinque spanish carved and gilded work center panel with field suggested by a ceiling in the apartments of Charles V, the Alhambra, Granada, Spain.
Mrs. Hearst's Bedroom: Design copied from a ceiling in the Church of santa Maria Aracceli, Rome, Italy.
Mr. Hearst's Bedroom: Adaptation of an antique ceiling brought from abroad and used by Stanford White in his N.Y. residence.
Small bedrooms: Motifs suggested by the vaulting of the arch of Alfonzo d'Aragona, castel Nuovo, Naples, Italy.
Lower Lobby: Panels and beams adapted in relief from a painted ceiling in the Infantado Palace, Guadalajara, Spain; motifs of frieze taken from wood carvings formerly in the destroyed Town Hall, Valencia, Spain.
Lower Right Bedroom: Ceiling adapted from that of the Praetorium, House of Pilate, Seville, Spain.
Lower Left Bedroom: Panels and inscriptions from the Main Salon, Casa de los Tiros, Granada, Spain.
Lobby: Design following that of a ceiling the Chapter room, cathedral of Toledo, Spain.
Sitting Room: Ceiling designs and motifs following those of a ceiling in the cabinet of Duke Frederick of Montefeltro, the Ducal Palace, Urbino, Italy, and one in the Arch Bishop's Palace, Urbino, Italy, Alcala de Henares, Spain.
Large Bedrooms: Suggested by a ceiling in the Archbishop's Palace at Alcala de henares, Spain.
Small Bedrooms: suggested by a ceiling in the Hospital del Rey, Burgos, Spain.
Loggia: Copy of a ceiling in the patio arcade, University of Salamonca, Spain.
Sitting Room: motifs adapted from a vaulted ceiling in the Old Town Hall, Granada, Spain.
Large Bedrooms: Ceilings of Moorish design and detail.
Small Bedrooms: Ceilings of Moorish design and detail
Tower Bedrooms: Antique Spanish wood ceiling and duplication of same.