Famous Architect

NPR Special Correspondent Susan Stamberg reports on the rediscovery of architect Mary Colter's work. She was the subject of two recent documentaries and subject of a forthcoming biography. Colter designed many of the structures in and around the Grand Canyon, and in 1910, she became the chief architect for Harvey Hotels.

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