African American Architecture in St. Louis: The Case of Charles E. Fleming



On January 30, Washington University architectural historians Shantel Blakely and Eric Mumford joined architect Michael Willis (AB ’73; MArch/MSW ’76) in an interview with Charles E. Fleming (UC ‘61) about his more than 50 years of experience as an architect.

This panel discussion was co-sponsored by the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum and the Sam Fox School’s College of Architecture, and presented as part of the Museum’s In Conversation series.

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