Paul Revere Williams: Building a Legacy

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Breaking Barriers

In 1923, Williams became the first African-American to join the American Institute of Architects. He was inducted as the organization's first Black fellow in 1957. Among many other honors, he was awarded the NAACP's Spingarn Medal for his contributions in 1953.

(Photo: Courtesy of The American Institute of Architects)

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