Author Discusses Forgotten History of Paterson and One of New Jersey's Most Influential Architects
Architect Fred Wesley Wentworth designed more than 40 buildings in Paterson in the early 20th century - schools, hospitals, houses, and places of worship. These structures influenced a generation who lived in the city during what has become known as a golden age.
But Wentworth has been all but forgotten, until now.
In his book, "The Life & Times of Fred Wesley Wentworth," author Richard Polton tells the story of this talented but little known architect and the city and people he influenced.
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