Samuel Cullers, 1974

Samuel Cullers, 1974
Source: Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce

Studio portrait of Samuel J. Cullers, owner of Samuel J. Cullers & Associates planners and developers and a member of the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, 1974.

Samuel [James] Cullers [MCP '52] was possibly the first African American to earn a graduate degree in city planning, receiving his master's from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1952. Cullers was later involved in a discrimination complaint against McKinley Park Homes in Hartford, Connecticut, after his apartment rental application was rejected despite evidence that there were apartments available. He also worked as a planner in Thailand, Canada, and Chicago.

Planning History Timeline, American Planning Association

Timeline: 1970s
School: School of Architecture and Planning
Department: Urban Studies and Planning
Career: Arts & HumanitiesCommunityGovernment & Law
Object: Image
Collection: Asia(n), Canada, Potential Output 1946-1954, Students