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Williams rose to become one of the great architects of the twentieth century.Williams opened his office in the Los Angeles Stock Exchange Building.WILLIAMS, ARCHITECT: A LEGACY OF STYLE by KAREN E HUDSON and over 50 million more used, rare, and out-of-print books.When Paul Williams decided to become an architect, people told him no white clients would work with an African-American.Three Architects of Afro-America: Julian Francis Abele, Hilyard Robinson, and Paul R. Williams. Dolores Hayden, in her books Redefining the American Dream and The.
Paul R. Williams (1894-1980), was an African American architect who largely based his practice in Los Angeles and the Southern California area.This house in Bel Air, designed by the legendary architect Paul R.
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One of the most prominent African-American architects in America, Williams was one of very few to attain fellowship status in the American Institute of Architects.Williams: Architect to the Stars (2014) on IMDb: Part of a series and profiled in this inspiring documentary is Paul R.
Paul R. Williams, in full Paul Revere Williams (born February 18, 1894, Los Angeles, California, U.S.—died January 23, 1980, Los Angeles), American architect noted.
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