Design Profession: Architect
Building Types: Educational, Residential
After receiving his architecture degree from Cornell University in 1935, Malcolm (Mal) Williams worked as a draftsman for Walter H. Whitlock, an architect in New York, until 1941, then, briefly, for the IBM Corporation. The next year Williams accepted a teaching position with the College of Engineering at Michigan State College (now Michigan State University). Two years later he joined the Warren Holmes Company, and in 1946 was made a partner.