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Ronald Lee Harden Unveils the Untold Architectural Black History of Tampa, Florida, as He Embarks on a Journey of Architectural Revelation

The author beckons readers to explore the soul of Tampa’s architectural heritage in his book.

San Diego, CA – WEBWIRE

In every brick laid and every structure designed, Ronald Lee Harden’s architectural legacy becomes a narrative of resilience, creativity, and community empowerment.

Ronald Lee Harden’s black history book “Untold Architectural Black History Of Tampa, Florida: My 36-Year Architectural Career in Tampa” is a captivating fusion of memoir and architectural saga that stands as a testament to Harden’s remarkable tenure as an architectural project manager. It captures the essence of his influence on Tampa’s skyline and community.

In “Untold Architectural Black History Of Tampa, Florida,” Harden intricately weaves the threads of his personal experiences as an architectural visionary with the rich tapestry of Tampa’s history. Throughout his 36-year career, readers are treated to a visual journey through iconic projects that have left an indelible mark on the city’s landscape.

From the grandeur of The Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center to the educational bastions of Gaither and Bloomingdale High Schools, the transformative Harbour Island project, the scenic Mobley Park, and the innovative Osbourne Landing Apartments, each project reflects Harden’s passion for creating spaces that transcend the ordinary.

Harden’s journey is a shared dream for the community. His skills have played a pivotal role in propelling Tampa’s economic and cultural expansion, unraveling opportunities for growth and prosperity for over three decades.

“Untold Architectural Black History Of Tampa, Florida” resonates with a profound impact on the African-American community. Harden’s projects have become pillars of strength, providing avenues for self-improvement and community enrichment. The book represents his commitment to fostering a vibrant and inclusive cultural landscape.

Want to take part in this cultural odyssey and witness the transformative power of architecture in shaping communities? Get a copy of “Untold Architectural Black History Of Tampa, Florida: My 36-Year Architectural Career in Tampa” on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and ReadersMagnet Bookstore. To learn more about the author and his works, visit the author’s website at

“Untold Architectural Black History Of Tampa, Florida: My 36-Year Architectural Career in Tampa”
Author: Ronald Lee Harden
Genre: Black History
Publisher: ReadersMagnet LLC
Published Date: February 15, 2022

Author Bio
Ronald Lee Harden’s love for architecture was ignited by taking high school drafting classes. After graduating, he worked as an apprentice carpenter and then enrolled at Hillsborough Community College to pursue an associate degree in architectural construction technology; he was the first black person to obtain that degree.

After a brief stint in the Marines, he found work as an architectural draftsman, job captain, and later project manager at the Tampa office of the architectural firm MJS&H. After that, he worked at a number of other architectural firms. Ronald resides in Riverside Heights in Tampa, Florida and spends his time designing artwork and is currently writing a suspense novel.

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