George R. Williams

George R. Williams was born on September 8, 1923 in Earles, Arkansas. After serving in the military during World War II, he graduated from Howard University with a degree in architecture in 1950. He later moved to Los Angeles and established an office on Crenshaw Boulevard in 1963. Some of his works include the Pleasant Stanton tracts of homes in Altadena (1965), the Christ Second Baptist Church in Long Beach (1967), and the First Baptist Church of Venice (1968). He was a member of the Southern California chapter of the AIA.

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