W. Roy Wallace began his career as an office boy for Charles Barton Keen, eventually becoming his partner in Charles Barton Keen & Wallace. During the 1920s he traveled with Keen to North Carolina, where Keen designed a number of residences for the Reynolds Family. In 1928 Wallace returned to Winston-Salem, NC, and established an independent office. In addition to new work on his own, Wallace finished the Keen projects then under construction in North Carolina. Later in his career Wallace established a reputation as a restoration architect.
Wallace joined the AIA in 1927.
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