Learn about Robert R. Taylor
The first professionally trained African American architect in the United States was Robert Robinson Taylor, a native of Wilmington, NC. Taylor was the first black Architecture student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), graduating in 1892. Booker T. Washington would hire Robert R. Taylor to develop what is now the architecture and construction science academic degree programs at Tuskegee. Taylor would also design many of the original buildings on Tuskegee University’s campus.
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