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1900 Summer School began.
  Regents adopted the architectural plan for the Berkeley campus created by Paris architect Emile Bérnard, winner of the international competition sponsored by Mrs. Phoebe Apperson Hearst.
1901 Marine Station at La Jolla (now Scripps Institution of Oceanography) endowed by Ellen B. and E. W. Scripps; made part of the University in 1912.
1905 University Farm School at Davis created by the legislature.
1906 Following San Francisco earthquake, College of Medicine transferred the first two years of instruction to the Berkeley campus.
1907 Citrus Experiment Station established at Riverside.
  Training School for Nurses established at San Francisco.
  University Hospital began operation.
1909 University Farm School at Davis began operation.


 

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