Clarence ("Cap") Wigington (1883-1967) was the first African-American registered architect to practice for any substantial length of time in Minnesota. In 1915, one year after moving to St. Paul, Wigington took a qualifying exam as a senior draftsman and became the first African American municipal architect in the United States. He had the highe...
Wigington, Clarence Wesley, 1883-1967
Bassford, Carles A.
University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives.
Men in uniform, women, and religious men sit at long tables for the Passover Seder at the Army Technical School in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. R to L at head table: Eli H. Rudin, JWB-USC Director; Louis Koplow, JWB A&N Chairman, SD.; Rabbi Nathan Kohler; Rabbi Karl Richter; Chaplain Saul Kraft; Col. N. L. Cote, Commanding Officer; Lt. Col. C. R. ...
University of Minnesota Libraries, Nathan and Theresa Berman Upper Midwest Jewish Archives.