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  • Leila Ross Wilburn

    Leila Ross Wilburn was one of the pioneering women architects in the United States. She insisted that the design and construction of the American home should not be reserved only for those who could afford an architect. In a half-century of work, she left a legacy of homes, apartments and commercial buildings in the southeast.

    Read a full profile of Wilburn on the Georgia Women of Achievement website.

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