A Look at Paul Revere Williams

Paul Revere Williams
Image: “Paul Revere Williams: A Legend in Architecture.” Credit: Dave Kelly

My Times colleague Scott Harrison digs up some archival photos from the construction of the Los Angeles Aqueduct.

Chris Carola of the Associated Press takes a look at the struggles of smaller museums to update their older exhibits amid continuing budget cuts. Via the Wall Street Journal.

Matt Flegenheimer of the New York Times visits the new Brooklyn Navy Yard Center, a $25-million center opening on Veterans Day dedicated to telling the story of the site of the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Paul Revere Williams: A Legend in Architecture,” a 2007 film produced, written and narrated by Dave Kelly at Cal State Long Beach, is a 25-minute documentary on this noted architect.

The L.A. Daily Mirror and L.A. Crime Beat curated from only the finest Twitter feeds by the discerning bots at paper.li

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1 Response to A Look at Paul Revere Williams

  1. A good list you got here on a Monday!


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