Walker, Ralph

Walker, Ralph

(1889–1973)
An American architect who was best known for his Art Deco skyscrapers, including the Barclay-Vesey Telephone Building (1923) and the Irving Trust Building (1929), both in NYC.
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Allen Walker, Ralph Walker and Carl Walker, through their business, ARC Construction & Development Inc.
Unlike Alice Walker, Ralph Ellison does not portray African societies in his works.
In a multitude of literary allusions and narrative echoes, Naylor pays homage to (among others) Charles Chestnutt, Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Ralph Ellison, Jean Toomer, Ernest J.