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Serious SoCal Style: 9 Paul Williams-Designed Homes for Sale

Williams was the first certified African-American architect west of the Mississippi, and the first African-American ... He designed more than 2,000 private homes before he died in 1980 at age 85. Several of them are available today, but you'll have to ...

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