This is the third in a series of presentations on the work of African American architect Paul Revere Williams all done by his grand daughter Karen Hudson. They are all worthy of note with this one being very notable for the fine photography and meticulous presentation of details of William's work. Mr. Williams is perhaps the most distinguished of the few African American architects extant or passed especially his rich contributions to Los Angeles area residential design. His work is elegant and clear. I would commend this book to anyone who is interested in residential architecture; especially the period from 1920 through the 1950's and to anyone interested in becoming familiar with the outstanding contributions of African American's to this country's rich history of pioneers in design arts.