Ivenue Love-Stanley and William J. Stanley: Arch Centennial Lecture

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Husband and wife architecture alums William J. Stanley III (Arch 1972) and Ivenue Love-Stanley (Arch 1977) broke new ground for African American architects in the South, with notable works such as Horizon Sanctuary of the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church and the Aquatic arena that was used for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.

See images and read about Stanley Love-Stanley in The New Georgia Encylopedia.

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About Ivenue Love-Stanley, FAIA, NOMA
As a pioneer who has ventured into uncharted waters and paved the way for others, Ivenue Love-Stanley is an inspiration. In 1977 she became the first African-American woman to graduate from the Georgia Institute of Technology


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