Funding for the Annotated Bibliography provided by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The entries included in this bibliography address not only the life and work of Paul R. Williams but also attempt to place him in the context of twentieth century American architectural and social history as well as his particular geographic location. Materials listed include books, monographs, journals, newspapers, dissertations, web sites and government documents. The bibliography is updated periodically.
The format style is MLA 6th edition. RefWorks is the bibliographic management product used to compile this bibliography.
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