Williams, Paul Revere
Williams, Paul Revere(1894–1980) architect; born in Los Angeles. Educated at the University of Southern California, he established an independent practice (1923). He designed Los Angeles civic buildings and the M.C.A. (now Litton Industries) Building, Beverly Hills, but is best remembered as a prominent society architect who designed hundreds of elegant houses in period styles for wealthy California clients.
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Williams, Paul Revere(1894–1980)
A Black American architect who became renowned for designing major buildings such the Los Angeles International Airport and homes in Southern California, including mansions in Hollywood.
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