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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketches and the Administrative History of Marion Fooshee (1888-1956) and James Cheek (1895-1970)

Scope and Content of the Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

References to works by or about James B. Cheek (1895-1970), Marion F. Fooshee (1888-1956), and Fooshee and Cheek

Description of Series

Series A: Correspondence

Series B: Shop Drawings

Series C: Specifications

Series D: Promotional Brochures

Series E: Miscellaneous

Series F: Periodicals

Series G: Drawings

University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Fooshee and Cheek:

An Inventory of their Drawings and Records, 1930-1966



Collection Summary

Creator: Fooshee and Cheek
Title: Fooshee and Cheek Drawings and archival records, Highland Park Village, Dallas, Texas
Dates: 1930-1966
Abstract Fooshee and Cheek were two of Dallas' premier residential architects between 1918 and 1939, best-known for Highland Park Village (1931), a complex of buildings that became the first self-contained shopping center in the country. Correspondence, shop drawings, specifications, promotional brochures and drawings document Fooshee and Cheek's work at Highland Park Village in Dallas, Texas (1930-1955).
Identification: Accession number(s): 1986019
Quantity: 1.13 linear feet of archival material, 461 drawings
Language English.
Repository: Alexander Architectural Archive, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Sketches and the Administrative History of Marion Fooshee (1888-1956) and James Cheek (1895-1970)

Between World Wars I and II, Marion Fooshee (1888-1956) and James Cheek (1895-1970) were two of Dallas' premier residential architects. Their eclectic houses are sprinkled throughout Dallas and in nearby towns such as Terrell and Tyler. Their best-known work is Highland Park Village, an exceptional complex of buildings that, in 1931 became the first self-contained shopping center in the country. In 1983 it was named one of the 20 outstanding buildings in Texas by TSA members.

Fooshee was born in Weatherford and grew up in Dallas. Instead of attending college, he apprenticed with Hal Thomson, who is best known for his eclectic mansions, many of which are on Swiss Avenue in Dallas. James Cheek was born in Hillsboro and studied architecture at the University of Texas at Austin before apprenticing with Thomson in 1918. He first began practicing with Fooshee about 1920 in Wichita Falls during the oil boom. By 1925, they had returned to Dallas and established a small, personal practice, working independently on residential commissions but collaborating on larger work. Their office was a Spanish-style building they remodeled at 1901 1/2 Harwood Street; it was used until the final days of the practice. Fooshee's daughter recalls that they maintained only one full-time employee, but occasionally hired others for larger commissions.

Virtually all of the work of Fooshee and Cheek is eclectic, typically with Spanish derivations. Undoubtedly, this was influenced by the extensive study of vernacular architecture in Spain, Mexico and southern California that preceded the design of Highland Park Village. Most of their known residential work is in Highland Park and University Park. This includes 4200 Beverly, 4304 and 4348 Overhill, 6767 and 6930 Turtle Creek, 6909 Vassar, and much of the 4400 block of Westway.

Their non-residential work is limited but interesting. At Fair Park in Dallas, they had a hand in the Hall of State and the Aquarium Building, and Cheek is credited with the United States Federal Exhibits Building. They also designed several motels. The Grande court Tourist Lodge on Zang Boulevard (1931) is a fine example of the picturesque charm exuded by many early motor courts. A Spanish-inspired gas station, for Magnolia Petroleum Co., was a further contribution to American roadside architecture.

After Fooshee's death in 1956, Cheek continued to practice until his retirement in the mid-60s. Their office stood vacant for several years until it was razed in the 1980s to make way for Edward Larrabee Barnes' Dallas Museum of Art.

-Duncan T. Fulton

-From "Texas 50." Texas Architect (Nov./Dec. 1989): p. 52.

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Scope and Content of the Collection

Correspondence, shop drawings, specifications, promotional brochures, and drawings document Fooshee and Cheek's work at Highland Park Village in Dallas. Periodicals included in this record group do not directly relate to Highland Village and presumably come from the firm's library. The time span of the record group runs from 1915 to 1966, with the bulk of the material created or collected between 1930 and 1950.

Correspondence, shop drawings, specifications and 445 of the 461 drawings pertain to Highland Park Village, a shopping center in Dallas, Tex. The Urban Land Institute called Highland Park Village the "prototype of modern shopping centers." This shopping center's unique feature is stores facing inward toward the parking lot instead of out to the street.

One brochure describes the French Market in San Antonio; the other is a fundraising booklet for the University of Texas.

The Periodicals series consists of 1 issue of Architecture (1915) and 21 undated issues of Architectural Digest, probably from the 1920s and 1930s.

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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

Permission for publication is given on behalf of the University of Texas as the owner of the collection and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder which must be obtained by the researcher. For more information please see the Alexander Architectural Archive's Use Policy.

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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.
Persons:
Fooshee, Marion, 1888-1956.
Cheek, James B., 1895-1970.
Dahl, George L., 1894-1988.
Organizations:
Fooshee and Cheek-Archives.
Highland Park Village (Dallas, Tex.)
Highland Park (Dallas, Tex.)
Subjects:
Shopping centers--Texas--Dallas.
Bank buildings--Texas--Dallas.
Theater architecture--Texas--Dallas.
Stores, Retail
Spanish Colonial Revival.
Service stations.
Document types:
Architectural drawings.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Fooshee and Cheek Drawings and archival records, 1930-1966 Highland Park Village, Dallas, Texas, the Alexander Architectural Archive, the General Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Drawings processed by: Cheryl Spector

Date: Fall 1986

Other material processed by: Nancy Sparrow

Date: October 1992

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

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Other Finding Aids

Unpublished inventory in Archive.

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References to works by or about James B. Cheek (1895-1970), Marion F. Fooshee (1888-1956), and Fooshee and Cheek

American Institute of Architects, Dallas Chapter. Dallasights-An Anthology of Architecture and Open Spaces. Dallas: AIA Dallas Chapter, 1978: p. 36, 126, 158.

American Institute of Architects, Dallas Chapter. The Prairie's Yield-Forces Shaping Dallas Architecture from 1840 to 1962. New York: Reinhold Publishing Corp., 1962: p. 38, 39, 76.

[Fooshee obituary]. Texas Architect (Feb. 1956): p. 10.

"A model shopping village in Texas." Architectural Record 70 (Sept. 1931): p. 197-8. Plates, plan.

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

Tomlinson, Doug. Dallas Architecture, 1936-1986. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1985: p. 16.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

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

 

Series A: Correspondence

Series Abstract
The records in the Correspondence series reflect the projects related to the Highland Park Shopping Village.
box folder
1 1 Park Cities Bank and Trust Highland Park Shopping Village (1965),
2 Structural Requirements and correspondence (re: Unit A, Highland Park Shopping Village)

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Series B: Shop Drawings

Series Abstract
The records in the Shop Drawings series reflect the projects related to the Highland Park Shopping Village. See also Series G - Drawings.
box folder
1 3 Park Cities Bank and Trust, Highland Park Shopping Village

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Series C: Specifications

Series Abstract
The records in the Specifications series reflect the projects related to the Highland Park Shopping Village. Specifications are the written documentation on how a project is to be constructed. Specifications are used in conjunction with working drawings.
box folder
1 4 Theatre, Highland Park Shopping Village
5 Unit D, Sections 7, 8, 9, 10 Highland Park Shopping Village

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Series D: Promotional Brochures

Series Abstract
The records in the Promotional Brochures series do not reflect the projects related to the Highland Park Shopping Village.
box folder
1 6 French Market, San Antonio
box folder
2 1 University of Texas, "Developing a University from good to great." (signed)

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Series E: Miscellaneous

Series Abstract
The records in the Miscellaneous series reflect the projects related to the Highland Park Shopping Village.
box folder
1 7 Information Re: Service Station, Highland Park Shopping Village
8 Unit D: miscellaneous, Highland Park Shopping Village

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Series F: Periodicals

Series Abstract
The records in the Periodicals series do not reflect the projects related to the Highland Park Shopping Village. They presumably came from the firm's library.
box folder
2 2 Architecture 31, no. 2 (February 1915).
3 Architectural Digest 14, no. 2.
4 Architectural Digest 14, no. 4.
5 Architectural Digest 15, no. 4.
6 Architectural Digest 16, no. 1.
7 Architectural Digest 16, no. 2.
8 Architectural Digest 17, no. 1.
(Periodicals cited below are wrapped in acid free paper.)
box
3 Architectural Digest 6, no. 1.
Architectural Digest 6, no. 2.
Architectural Digest 7, no. 1.
Architectural Digest 7, no. 2.
Architectural Digest 8, no. 1.
box
4 Architectural Digest 8, no. 3.
Architectural Digest 9, no. 2.
Architectural Digest 10, no. 1.
Architectural Digest 10, no. 2.
Architectural Digest 10, no. 3.
box
5 Architectural Digest 11, no. 4.
Architectural Digest 12, no. 2.
Architectural Digest 12, no. 3.
Architectural Digest 12, no. 4.
Architectural Digest 13, no. 1.

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Series G: Drawings

Series Abstract
Entries in the Drawings series 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 pencil on trace paper, or ink on tracing clothe) as well as copies (such as sepia prints, blue line prints, etc.). The majority of the drawings pertain to Highland Park Village.
Project name: Hunt Grocery Store.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Grand Rapids Store Equipment Corp.
Collaborators: Grand Rapids Designing Service (Grand Rapids, Mich. Dallas Service Branch)
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hunt Grocery Store.
Primary archt/firm: Lipman Automatic Refrigeration
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hunt Grocery Store.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Armstrong Cork and Insulation Co. (Dallas, Tex.)
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hunt Grocery Store. Special Equipment.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: McCray Refrigerator Co. (Kendallville, Ind.)
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: London Street Scene. Art original.
Collaborators: Samuel Chamberlain
Project name: Small house.
Date on drawings: 1941-1942
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
City: Dalworth
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: James B. Cheek residence.
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Cheek, James B.
Street address: 4417 Westway
City: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Park Cities Bank and Trust.
Date on drawings: 1963-1964
Primary archt/firm: George Dahl
Collaborators: George Dahl, Inc.
Client: Flippen-Prather Company
Street address: Preston Road.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Park Cities Bank and Trust.
Date on drawings: 1965-1966
Primary archt/firm: Cheek, James B.
Client: Flippen-Prather Company
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group F. Southwest Quarter.
Date on drawings: 1931 - 1932
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village).
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Plot plans.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group A.
Date on drawings: 1931
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group A.
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit A. Skillerns.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Village Plaza
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group A. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group B. Stores.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit C. Patio Walk Layout.
Date on drawings: 1942
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit C. Roof framing.
Date on drawings: 1931
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Collaborators: Truscon Steel Company.
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Theater.
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group C. Building #5.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Highland Park
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group C. North Building.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston and Mockingbird
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit C. South Building.
Date on drawings: 1941-1942
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit C. Dance Studio.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Theater.
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Elevation studies.
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit D. Stores.
Date on drawings: 1941
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit D. Sections 7 thru 10.
Date on drawings: 1947
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit D. Cast stone. Sections 7 thru 10.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit D. Sanger Bros. Store.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Sanger Bros. Store.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Collaborators: Federated Department Stores Inc. (Cincinnati, Ohio).
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit D. Building for Volks.
Date on drawings: 1946-1947
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Marie Leavell Shop. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Volk's store. Cast stone.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group E. Unit 2. Building for Volks.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Building for Volks.
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Collaborators: Lamson Corporation (Syracuse, NY)
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Building for Volks.
Date on drawings: 1946
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Collaborators: Humphrey Elevator Co. (Faribault, Minn)
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Building for Volks.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Collaborators: Brochsteins Inc., Designers
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit D and E. Stores.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Units D and E. Basement garage.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group F.
Date on drawings: 1932
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group F. Southeast Quarter.
Date on drawings: 1937
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group F. Northwest Quarter.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit F. Northwest Quarter. Modification.
Date on drawings: 1955-1956
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group F. Northeast Quarter.
Date on drawings: 1940
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Livingston Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit F. Northeast Quarter. Paul's Shoe Store.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit F. Gate.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). South Filling Station. Highland Park West.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). South Filling Station.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). North Filling Station. Highland Park West.
Date on drawings: 1931
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Group E. Highland Park State Bank.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Preston Road and Mockingbird.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flipen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Highland Park State Bank. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1947-1948
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Highland Park State Bank.
Date on drawings: 1945
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Proposed Office Building and Garage.
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Fountain detail.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Pergola. Revised.
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Highland Park West.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit C. Bridge connecting Building #5 with South Building.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Highland Park West.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Elevation studies A thru E.
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Highland Park West.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Francis Frank Shop.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
Street address: Highland Park West.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Shopping Village for Flippen-Prather Company (Highland Park Village). Unit D. Sanger Bros. Store.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Client: Flippen-Prather Stores Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Sun Realty Company. Shop and studio building.
Date on drawings: 1927
Primary archt/firm: Fooshee and Cheek Architects
Collaborators: Morgan, Walls and Clements
Client: Sun Realty Company
Street address: Northwest corner of Wilshire Blvd. and Oxford Ave.
City: Los Angeles
State/Province: Calif.
Country: U.S.

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