Clarence "Cap" Wigington
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Clarence "Cap" Wigington was the nation's first Black municipal architect, and a senior designer for the city of St. Paul for 34 years. Sixty of his buildings in Minnesota's capitol city are on the historical registry, including the Highland Park Water Tower. KFAI producer Will Wright talks to biographer David Taylor about the architectural legacy of Cap Wigington.