Grace: Black architect Clarence Wigington blazed a trail in red bricks and blueprints
Clarence W. Wigington
Posted: Friday, February 21, 2014 12:00 am
He designed a handful of north Omaha houses, a parish hall and what was then Nebraska's biggest black church.
At a time when few blacks could crack professional ranks, in a field that today remains disproportionately white, Clarence W. “Cap” Wigington built a long and successful architectural career.
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