Alicia Barber on Paul Revere Williams’ Architectural Legacy in Central and Northern Nevada
To explore the work of Paul Revere Williams in northern and central Nevada is not only to gain insight into the remarkable breadth of his creative range, but to open a window into a transformational era in the state’s history. Spanning the 1930s and 1940s, Williams’ work in the region is deeply intertwined with the growth of its distinctive culture and economy, including its development into a divorce capital, tax haven, and national tourist destination.
Join Alicia Barber, Ph.D., award-winning writer, historian, and founder of the historical consulting firm Stories in Place for a look at the architectural legacy of Paul Revere Williams in northern and central Nevada.
Program support and free program registration for students is provided by the Core Humanities Program at the University of Nevada, Reno.