Ada Louise Huxtable
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by Kathryn Cullen-DuPont
Pulitzer Prize winner Born Ada Louise Landman on March 14, 1921 in New York City, to Leah Rosenthal Landman and Michael Louis Landman, architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable won the first Pulitzer Prize for distinguished criticism.
by Editorial Staff, State History Publications, LLC
Ada Louise Huxtable wrote that the terminal was pure Art Deco, that marriage of art and industry out of Paris of the 1920s, sometimes called "modernistic" by those who championed it. The roster of materials included the curious, fashionable ...
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