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Meet the uncelebrated black architect who designed Duke University and parts of Harvard


One of the most sidelined American architects is African American architect Julian Francis Abele who is noted to have designed several important buildings including one of the world’s most prestigious universities, Duke University and a part of Harvard University. American Architect Horace TrumbauerAs a young architect, Julian Abele was noticed by prominent American architect Horace Trumbauer who owned an international architectural firm. Julian Francis Abele, Duke Residence, New York City. Julian also designed Duke University’s Cameron Indoor Stadium, administrative building and the university’s library. Julian Francis Abele seated on the high chair.


Source: The North Africa Journal March 15, 2019 15:56 UTC



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