University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Greene LaRoche and Dahl:

An Inventory of their Collection, 1902-1953



Collection Summary

Creator: Greene, LaRoche, and Dahl
Title Greene LaRoche and Dahl Collection, Drawings,
Dates: 1902-1953
Abstract: Includes 839 drawings, representing 65 projects, mostly in Texas, documenting the activities of Greene LaRoche and Dahl in its various permutations from 1902-1953. Buildings represented include: Neiman-Marcus Building (Dallas), Scottish Rite Cathedral (Joplin, Mo.), Hereford Residence (Dallas), A.T. Lloyd Residence (Dallas), Texas Centennial Exposition (Dallas), several buildings for the University of Texas (Austin), and Dealy Plaza (Dallas).
Identification: GLD Accession number(s): 0000006
Quantity: 839 drawings
Language English.
Repository: Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Administrative History of Greene LaRoche and Dahl

The Dallas firm of Greene LaRoche and Dahl spanned seven decades and evolved from the typical late 19th century firm to a modern full-service office. The firm has gone through numerous name changes:

c. 1900 - c. 1918 Hubbell and Greene
c.1919 - 1927 Herbert M. Greene Company. Title block of a 1927 set of drawings show the office located in the Santa Fe Building, Dallas, Tex. with principals: Herbert M. Greene, FAIA, W. Brown Fowler, E. Bruce LaRoche, and George L. Dahl. Between 1927-28 the office moved to 307 Construction Building, Dallas.
1927 - 1928 Greene and LaRoche
1928 - 1933 Greene LaRoche and Dahl
1933 - 1943 LaRoche and Dahl
1943 - 1973 George L. Dahl, Inc., Architects and Engineers. Title block of a 1951 set of drawings show the principals: George L. Dahl, Terrell R. Harper, Harris A. Kemp, H. George Gregerson, D.L. Yater, Walter A. Gray, T.K. Hutchins, J.A. Murlin, and W. B. Kellogg.
1973 -?

Biographical Sketch of James P. Hubbell

no information available

Biographical Sketch of Herbert Miller Greene (1871-1932)

Herbert Miller Greene (1871-1932) was born in Huntington, Pennsylvania and spent his childhood in Peoria, Illinois. After receiving his B.S. in architecture from the University of Illinois in 1893, he practiced architecture in Peoria for several years and married Annie Williams in 1895. Greene moved to Dallas in 1897 where he began a partnership with James Hubbell. Hubbell and Greene were responsible for some of the earliest Sullivanesque designs in Texas, such as the Kingman Texas Implement Company Building. By 1919, Hubell had left the firm. Other important works by the firm included the Nieman-Marcus Building, the Dallas News Building, and Scottish Rite cathedrals in Dallas, El Paso, and San Antonio, Texas and Joplin, Missouri.

In 1922 he was appointed "university architect" for the University of Texas, a post he held for the next ten years. During this time, he designed 10 buildings including the Biology Building (1925), Garrison Hall (1926), and Littlefield Dormitory (1927). After Paul Cret became consulting architect in 1930, his firm was in charge of producing working drawings for an additional 7 buildings on campus. In order to undertake such a large commission, Greene found it necessary to add partners to his firm. Edwin LaRoche became a partner in 1927 and George Dahl was made a partner the following year.

Greene was elected a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects in 1923 and served on the Committee for the Beautification of Washington D.C. and Environs as well as the AIA Standing Committee on Competitions. Greene died suddenly in 1932 during a trip to Chicago.

Biographical Sketch of Edwin Bruce LaRoche (1885-c.1943)

Edwin Bruce LaRoche (1885-c.1943) was born and educated in South Carolina. He attended the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee before receiving a Bachelors degree in architecture from Cornell University in 1912. He worked for several years with the New York firm of Trowbridge and Livingston before accepting a teaching position at Texas A&M University in 1919. He served as chairman of the department until resigning in 1925 to return to private practice. He moved to Dallas and became partners with Herbert M. Greene.

Biographical Sketch of George Leighton Dahl (1894-1987)

Born in Minneapolis, George Leighton Dahl (1894-1987) received a BS in architecture from the University of Minnesota in 1920 and an MS in architecture from Harvard in 1923. He received the prestigious Nelson Robinson Traveling Fellowship in 1922, enabling him to travel throughout Europe and Africa and to attend the American Academy in Rome. Upon his return to the United States, he worked as a designer for Myron Hunt in Los Angeles until being offered a job in Dallas by Herbert M. Greene in 1928.

Dahl is perhaps best known as the chief architect for the Texas Centennial Exposition in Dallas (1935-1936) where he was responsible for the design of 26 buildings. Commonly known as Fair Park, it is now listed as a National Historic Landmark. Dahl was able to make the transformation from the traditional design approach to Modernist tenets that dominated the post-World War II profession. Included among the buildings his firm designed are the RFK Stadium in Washington D.C., First National Bank of Dallas, Earle Cabell Federal Building and the Dallas Morning News Building

Under Dahl's leadership, the firm was transformed into a modern office with a highly developed marketing system and that included such specialists on staff as engineers, estimators, superintendents, inspectors and interior designers. Dahl pioneered "fast-tracking" in Texas, a technique whereby construction is begun even before working drawings are complete. It is claimed that he designed the first drive-in bank in 1938.

He served as the second president of the Texas Society of Architects and was elected a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects in 1958. Dahl retired in 1973. During the scope of his career, he designed over 3,000 structures. He died in 1987.


Scope and Content of the collection

This collection contains selective works from the firm of Greene LaRoche and Dahl, and its predecessor and successor firms, from 1902 through 1953. It comprises 839 architectural drawings representing 65 projects. The vast majority of these projects are from Texas, primarily Dallas, although several out-of-state projects are included.

Among the buildings represented in the collection are: the Neiman-Marcus Buildings in Dallas (1914-1944); Scottish Rite Cathedral in Joplin, Missouri (no date); residences for Hereford (1913) and A.T. Lloyd (nd) in Dallas; Texas Centennial Central Exposition (1930s); several buildings for the University of Texas (1920s-1930s); and the Dealey Plaza Memorial (1949) in Dallas. No other archival material is included in this collection.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Access is by appointment only to any serious scholar. Rolled materials must be flattened before viewing. A three-day advance notice is required to flatten rolled materials. Portions of this collection are not processed and may not be accessible.

Restrictions on Use

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the University of Texas Online Catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Organizations:
Neiman-Marcus Building (Dallas, Tex.)
Scottish Rite Cathedral (Joplin, MO.)
Hereford Residence (Dallas, Tex.)
A.T. Lloyd Residence (Dallas, Tex.)
University of Texas
Dealey Plaza (Dallas, Tex.)
University of Texas at Austin--Buildings.
Texas Centennial (1936: Dallas, Tex.)
Subjects:
Architecture--Texas.
Geographical:
Dallas (Tex.)--Buildings.
Document types:
Architectural drawings.
Working drawings.
Other Authors:
Dahl, George Leighton, b. 1894
Greene, Herbert M., 1871-1932.
Hubbell, James P.
LaRoche, E. Bruce, 1885-1943.

Related Material

Related material can be found at the Dallas Public Library, the Dallas County Heritage Society, the Dallas Historical Society, and Texas A & M University, Commerce.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Greene LaRoche and Dahl Collection, Drawings, 1902-1953, the Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin

Acquisition Information

Transferred to the Alexander Architectural Archive from the University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture.

Processing Information

Drawings processed by: Lila Knight, Blanca Madriz, and Beth Dodd

Processing is not completed. Please see Archive's staff for more information.


Other Finding Aids

Unpublished inventory in Archive.


References to works by or about Herbert M. Greene (1871-1932) E. Bruce LaRoche (1886-1944) George L. Dahl (1894-1987)

George L. Dahl

"Architectural Advisory Committee." Texas Architect (August 1959): p. 10.

"Auditorium, Dallas, Texas." Architectural Record (December 1954): p. 12.

Brooks, R. Edward. "George Dahl and the Texas Centennial Exposition." Perspective 9 (December 1981): p. 8-13.

Craig, Robert. "Splendor in Dallas: A French Normandy Masterpiece." Southern Accents 6 (Winter 1983): p. 46-57.

Dahl, George L. Portals, Doorways and Windows of France. New York: P. Wenzel and M. Krakow, 1925.

"Dallas Memorial Auditorium." Texas Architect (November 1957): p. 9.

"Dallas; Theater, George Dahl." Perspective Architect (May 1959): p. 202-3.

"First National Bank." Texas Architect (March 1960): p. 13.

Fortune, J.L. "Texas Centennial, a new note in exposition architecture: George L. Dahl, architect." Architect and Engineer 124 (February 1936): p. 15-8.

"Library, East Texas State College." Texas Architect (February 1961): p. 6.

McCullar, Michael. "Profile: George Dahl, FAIA: Dallas designer, innovator, entrepreneur." Texas Architect 30 (November-December 1980): p. 72-4.

"Memorial Auditorium." Texas Architect (April 1961): p. 9.

"New Music Building, University of Texas." Architect and Building News 175 (August 28, 1943): p. 129-32.

"Obituary - George Dahl." Texas Architect (September-October 1987).

"Office Building, Dallas, Texas." Architectural Record (May 1950): p. 118-119.

"Office Building, Insurance." Architectural Record (September 1950): p. 101-5.

"Sam Rayburn Memorial Student Center." Interiors 124 (August 1964): p. 79-93.

"Selected Work of George Dahl, Architects Engineers, Dallas, Texas." Architecture and Design 13 (November 1949).

"Small Business Building." Architectural Record (January 1950): p. 109.

"Southwestern Life Building." Texas Architect (June 1966): p. 15.

Speck, Lawrence. Landmarks of Texas Architecture. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1986.

"Texas has its Centennial to be Celebrated in Dallas." Pencil Points 17 (February 1936): p. 60-6.

"Texas 50 - George Dahl." Texas Architect (November-December 1989): p. 49.

"TSA Committee Chairman." Texas Architect (February 1958): p. 6.

"TSA Past President Honored." Texas Architect (November 1959): p. 8.

Herbert M. Greene

Carson, Chris and William McDonald, eds. A Guide to San Antonio Architecture. San Antonio: San Antonio Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, 1986.

Ferriss, Hugh. "Two Examples of Rendering." American Architect 120 (November 23, 1921): p. 401, 413, 414.

McMichael, Carol. Paul Cret at Texas. Austin: Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, 1983.

Smith, Hank Todd, ed. Austin: Its Architects and Architecture (1836-1986). Austin: Austin Chapter AIA, 1986.

Smith, Hank Todd. A History of the Texas Society of Architects Since 1886. Austin: Texas Society of Architects, 1983.

Williamson, Roxanne. Austin, Texas; An American Architectural History. San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 1973.

Williamson, Roxanne. A History of the Campus and Buildings of the University of Texas with Emphasis on the Sources for the Architectural Styles. Masters Thesis, Spring 1965. n.p.

E. Bruce LaRoche

LaRoche, Edwin. "Architecture and Merchandising." Southern Architect and Building News 56 (May 1930): p. 24-32.

Withey, Henry and Elsie. Biographical Dictionary of American Architects (Deceased). Los Angeles: New Age Publishing, 1962.

Hubbell and Greene

Western Architect 20 (July 1914).


Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

 

Drawings

Series Abstract
Entries are indexed in alphabetical order by Client's last name. If the client is not identifiable the field will remain blank. Entries without client names are sorted by Project Name and listed before those that provide client's names. Project names are supplied by the cataloger, as title blocks on the drawings prove to be inconsistent and many drawings are not labeled. Dates are offered if they can be derived from the drawings or gathered from other authoritative sources. The term "drawing" includes both original works (such as pecil on trace paper, or ink on tracing clothe) as well as copies (such as sepia prints, blueline prints, etc.).
Project number: 1210
Project name: Dealey Plaza. George Bannerman Dealey Memorial.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Architects and Engineers, Dallas Tex.
Street address: Dealey Plaza
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 531
Project name: First M.E. Church South. Church Building.
Date on drawings: 1920
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Architects
Street address: Ross Avenue and Harwood Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 531
Project name: First M.E. Church South. Sunday school building.
Date on drawings: 1920
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Architects
Street address: Ross Avenue and Harwood Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 414
Project name: First Presbyterian Church.
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
City: Ardmore
State/Province: Okla.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Greater Texas and Pan American Exposition (Texas Centennial Central Exposition). Casino. Auditorium (including cocktail lounge, entrance logia and package store).
Date on drawings: 1937
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl, Exposition Architect
Collaborators: Frank McNeny, Dir. Gen.
Collaborators: Jo Mielzimer, Stage and Dec. Dir.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Greater Texas and Pan American Exposition (Texas Centennial Central Exposition). Casino. Air Conditioning System adaptation plans.
Date on drawings: 1937
Primary archt/firm: General Motors Sales Corporation. Frigidaire Division.
Collaborators: George L. Dahl, Exposition Architect
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 544
Project name: Scottish Rite Dormitory for Girls.
Date on drawings: 1921
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Architects
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 93
Project name: Texas Centennial Central Exposition. Alamo.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Centennial Architect
Collaborators: R.F. Taylor, Mechanical Engr.
Collaborators: R.L. Rolfe, Structural Engr.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: A32
Project name: Texas Centennial Central Exposition. Alamo preliminary measured drawings (prepared for the Exposition).
Date on drawings: 1936
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Centennial Central Exposition. Planting plan.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Hare and Hare Landscape Architects and City Planners
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Centennial Central Exposition. Survey of Grounds.
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene LaRoche and Dahl architects
Collaborators: Myers Noyes & Forest, Engrs.
Collaborators: Hare and Hare, Landscape arch.
Collaborators: Nat D. Rodgers, consultant exhibits and concessions
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Centennial Central Exposition. Varied Industries Electrical and Communications Building (Buildings 7 and 8). General Electric Company House of Magic.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Centennial Architect
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Centennial Central Exposition. Varied Industries Electrical and Communications Building (Buildings 7 and 8).
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Centennial Architect
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 1022
Project name: Texas Centennial Central Exposition. Varied Industries Electrical and Communications Building (Buildings 7 and 8). Westinghouse Electric Company's Exhibit. Detail of Fountain and Vault. Plans and sections.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Centennial Architect
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 795
Project name: Texas State Fair. Administration... alterations. First floor plan.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: La Roche and Dahl architects
Street address: Fair Park
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas State Fair. Textile Fine Arts Building.
Date on drawings: 1908
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 777
Project name: Union Bus Terminal Building. Entrance and Lobby alterations.
Date on drawings: 1938
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene, LaRoche and Dahl Architects
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: A.H. Belo and Co. Business Building (Dallas News).
Date on drawings: 1913-1914
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
Client: A.H. Belo and Co.
Street address: Commerce and Austin Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: A.H. Belo and Co. Business Building (Dallas News). Mezzanine Press room. Shower stall.
Date on drawings: 1920
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Architects
Client: A.H. Belo and Co.
Street address: Commerce and Austin Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carpenter Paper Co. or Thomas Building? (former Sherwin-Williams Co. Warehouse). New scale pit. Sketch.
Primary archt/firm: LaRoche and Dahl
Client: Carpenter Paper Co. or Rolfe, R.L.?
Street address: 1621 Wall Street at Monroe and G.C. and Santa Fe railway tracks
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 595
Project name: Medical Arts Annex Auditorium.
Date on drawings: 1928
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene, LaRoche and Dahl Architects
Collaborators: Robert O. Jameson, Consulting Engineer
Client: Cary Schneider Investment Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 586
Project name: Medical Arts Auditorium. Lower floor reinforcing plan. Sheet S1.
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Architects
Collaborators: Robert O. Jameson, Consulting Engineer
Client: Cary Schneider Investment Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 597
Project name: Medical Arts Building. Barber shop, beauty shop and corridor. Sheet 19A.
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene, LaRoche and Dahl Architects
Client: Cary Schneider Investment Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 586
Project name: Medical Arts Building. Unit Number Two.
Date on drawings: 1927
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Architects
Collaborators: Robert O. Jameson, Consulting Engineer
Client: Cary Schneider Investment Co.
Street address: Pacific Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Medical Arts Garage.
Date on drawings: 1927
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Architects
Client: Cary Schneider Investment Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 663
Project name: Community Natural Gas Company.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene, LaRoche and Dahl Architects
Client: Community Natural Gas Co.
City: Marlin
County: Falls
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 1050
Project name: Dallas National Bank. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1945
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Architect
Client: Dallas National Bank
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 1090
Project name: Dallas National Bank. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1945-1946
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Architects and Engineers, Dallas Tex.
Client: Dallas National Bank
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 2607
Project name: Dallas National Bank. Bank and Office Building.
Date on drawings: 1926
Primary archt/firm: Coburn, Smith, and Evans Architects Dallas
Collaborators: R.O. Jameson, Structural Engineer Dallas
Client: Dallas National Bank
Street address: Main Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas News (A.H. Belo and Co. Business Building). Well way enclosure pneumatic drop.
Date on drawings: 1912
Primary archt/firm: George Miles Co., Winsted Conn.
Client: Dallas News
Street address: Commerce and Main Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dealey Plaza. Site planting plan. Sheet 6.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Hare and Hare Landscape Architects, City Planners
Client: Dallas Park Board
Street address: Dealey Plaza
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 1321
Project name: First National Bank. Motor Bank and Storage Garage.
Date on drawings: 1951-1952, 1953
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Architects and Engineers, Dallas Tex.
Client: First National Bank
Street address: Between Pacific Ave. and Elm St.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hereford residence and garage.
Date on drawings: 1913
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
Client: Hereford, J. B.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 509
Project name: Jackson Residence.
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
Client: Jackson, R. R.
Street address: Gaston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Jackson Residence. Stairs.
Date on drawings: 1947
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Architect Engineer
Client: Jackson, R. R.
Street address: Gaston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Kingman Texas Implement Company. Warehouse.
Date on drawings: 1902
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
Client: Kingman Texas Implement Co.
Street address: Elm and Houston Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 146
Project name: Linz Store Building (and Theatre).
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
Client: Linz, Clarence
Street address: Columbia Ave. at Collett Ave.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 409
Project name: Lloyd residence.
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
Client: Lloyd, A. T.
Street address: Preston Road and Beverly Drive
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 409
Project name: Lloyd residence. Garage.
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
Client: Lloyd, A. T.
Street address: Preston Road and Beverly Drive
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 807
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Additions and alterations.
Date on drawings: 1940
Primary archt/firm: LaRoche and Dahl
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Main Street and Commerce Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Basement. Fixtures. Final plan. Proposed.
Date on drawings: 1943
Primary archt/firm: Herbert B. Beidler AIA Architect Chicago Ill.
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Main Street and Ervay Street and Commerce Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Basement reserve stock rooms. Plans.
Date on drawings: 1944
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Architect
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Main and Ervay and Commerce Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Business Building.
Date on drawings: 1914
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Main Street and Ervay Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 522
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Business Building. Elevator enclosures.
Date on drawings: 1919
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Architects & Engineers
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Main Street and Ervay Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Business Building. Store front and entrance. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1919
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Architects
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 693A
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Fire escapes.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene, LaRoche and Dahl Architects
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Main Street and Ervay Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 581A
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Fourth floor. Alternations and additions.
Date on drawings: 1929
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene, LaRoche and Dahl
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Main Street and Ervay Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Garage. Temporary front. Elevation and plan.
Date on drawings: 1943
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Architect
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Ervay Street and Commerce Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 807
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Keating Building. Beauty Salon. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1941
Primary archt/firm: LaRoche and Dahl
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 693
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Man's shop.
Date on drawings: 1934
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene, LaRoche and Dahl Architects
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Main Street and Ervay Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 636
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Men's Shop. Details.
Date on drawings: 1928
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene, LaRoche and Dahl
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Main Street and Ervay Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Roof plan.
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Commerce, Ervay and Jackson Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Roof Restaurant and Terrace. Addition and alterations.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: LaRoche and Dahl
Collaborators: Harwood Smith
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Main Street and Ervay Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 594
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Shop.
Date on drawings: 1927-1928
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Architects
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 1003
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Stairs (new) and enclosing work.
Date on drawings: 1944
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Architect
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 581
Project name: Neiman Marcus Co. Store Building.
Date on drawings: 1927
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Architects
Client: Neiman Marcus Co.
Street address: Main Street and Ervay Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: O'Neil Store.
Client: O'Neil, M. G.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 406
Project name: Scottish Rite Cathedral.
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
Client: Scottish Rite Cathedral
Street address: Byers Avenue and 5th Street
City: Joplin
State/Province: Mo.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 407
Project name: Sherwin-Williams Co. Warehouse (Carpenter Paper Co.).
Date on drawings: 1915
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene Architects
Client: Sherwin-Williams Co.
Street address: 1621 Wall Street at Monroe and G.C. and Santa Fe railway tracks
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 674
Project name: University of Texas. Architecture Building (Goldsmith Hall). Details of tower north elevation (sheet 11).
Date on drawings: 1931
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene LaRoche and Dahl architects
Collaborators: Paul P. Cret consulting architect
Client: University of Texas
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 671
Project name: University of Texas. Home Economics Building (Mary E. Gearing Hall).
Date on drawings: 1931
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene LaRoche and Dahl architects
Collaborators: Paul P. Cret, consulting arch.
Collaborators: Frank W. Chappell, consulting engr.
Collaborators: R.F. Taylor, mechanical engr.
Client: University of Texas
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 669
Project name: University of Texas. Library Building (Main building).
Date on drawings: 1931
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene LaRoche and Dahl architects
Collaborators: Paul P. Cret, consulting architect
Client: University of Texas
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 576
Project name: University of Texas. Littlefield Memorial Dormitory.
Date on drawings: 1926-1927
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co., University Architects, Dallas
Client: University of Texas
Street address: Whitis Ave., W. 25th St., University Ave., W. 26th St.
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 563
Project name: University of Texas. Stadium. (Texas Memorial Stadium, Darell Royal Stadium).
Date on drawings: 1924
Primary archt/firm: Herbert M. Greene Co. Archs & Structural Engrs, Dallas
Client: University of Texas. Texas Memorial Stadium Association Inc.
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: A32
Project name: Texas Centennial Central Exposition. Alamo. Application for W.P.A. project.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: George L. Dahl Centennial Architect
Client: Works Progress Administration
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.