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Collection Summary

Scope and Content of the collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

References to works by or about Donald Nelson (1907-1992)

Description of Series

Series A: Personal Papers

Series B: Financial Records

Series B1: General

Series B2: Job Costs

Series C: Office Files

Series C1: Office Files - Visual Material - photographs originally housed in envelopes and mounted, possibly for use in brochures or exhibit

Series D: Professional Associations

Series E: Job Files

Series F: Specifications

Series F1: Specs Flint and Broad - location in Dallas unless specified - Some projects are listed in more than one firm

Series F2: Thos. D. Broad

Series F3: Broad and Nelson

Series F4: Bentley - Broad and Nelson

Series F5: Broad and Nelson, and Jack Corgan

Series F6: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill

Series F7: Miscellaneous Firms

Series G: Printed Material

Series H: Books

Series I: Visual Material

Series J: Audio Material

Series K: Artifacts

Series L: Drawings

Series L1: Preliminary Plans

Series L2: Shop Drawings

Series L3: Architectural Drawings

University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Donald S. Nelson:

An Inventory of his Architectural Records, Drawings, and Photographs, 1910-1975



Collection Summary

Creator:Nelson, Donald S., 1907-1992
Title:Donald S. Nelson (1907-1992) Architectural records, drawings, photographs, Dallas, Texas
Dates:1910-1975
Abstract:Nelson (1907-1992) spent the majority of his architectural career working in the Texas firm of Broad and Nelson, specializing in institutional and commercial works and planning. Personal papers, financial records, office files, professional association material, job files, specifications, printed material, books, visual material, artifacts, and drawings (together dating from 1910 to 1975) document the activities of the architectural firm of Broad and Nelson, and related firms; Flint and Broad; Thomas D. Broad; Thomas, Jameson and Merrill; and Jack Corgan, Architect. Among buildings included are the following: Broadmoor Building (Hobbs, N. Mex.); Grand Lodge Memorial Temple (Waco, Tex.); Dallas County Government Center, Love Field (Dallas, Tex.) and the Mercantile National Bank (Dallas, Tex.).
Identification:NEL 1986008; 1998011; 2007006
Quantity:6,360 drawings, 80 linear feet of architectural records, 1,260 photographs
Location:Note that portions of the collection are located in remote storage and 72 hour notice is required for paging.
Language:Materials are in English.
Repository:Alexander Architectural Archives, The University of Texas at Austin.

Administrative History of Broad and Nelson

Biographical Sketch of Lester Flint (?-1938)

Little is known about Lester Flint. He was active in professional organizations and served as president of the North Texas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects during the Depression. Flint was instrumental in the final passage of the Architects Registration law of 1937 and served as one of the first members of the State Board of Architectural Examiners.

Biographical Sketch of Thomas Dohoney Broad (1893-1985)

Born in Paris, Texas, Thomas Dohoney Broad (1893-1985) received a BS in architecture from The University of Texas at Austin in 1915 and attended graduate school in architecture at Harvard from 1915 to 1916. He left his studies at Harvard to return to his hometown of Paris after a disastrous fire destroyed the downtown area in 1916. From 1916 through 1917, Broad helped rebuild the city of Paris with a short lived partnership known as Curtis, Broad and Lightfoot. After spending two years in the US Army Air Corp, he worked for Wight and Wight of Kansas City (1919 to 1923). During the latter part of 1921, he travelled to Europe to further his education.

In March of 1923, Broad established an architectural firm in Dallas with Lester Flint. Flint and Broad designed commercial buildings in the 1920s and 1930s including the Medical Arts Building in Shreveport, Lousiana (1928) and the Black Hotel in Oklahoma City (1930).

From 1933 to 1938, Broad took a leave of absence from the firm and was employed successively by the CWA, the Texas Relief Commission and Texas Rural Communities. He was subsequently placed in charge of the design division of the Resettlement Administration and the Farm Security Administration for Texas and Oklahoma. During his tenure with these federal programs, he designed farm communities in Wichita Falls, Ropesville, and Highlands (all in Texas). During Broad's absence from the firm, Flint designed several important public buildings in association with other firms including the Hall of State (1936) and the Dallas Aquarium (1936), both located at Fair Park in Dallas.

Following the death of Lester Flint in 1938, Broad became the sole owner of the firm. Thomas D. Broad, architect, designed such well-known structures in Dallas as the first Administration Building at Love Field (1939) and the Masonic Temple (1941). Over a period of 18 years, he designed 18 buildings for the Buckner Orphans Home in Dallas.

Broad served for many years on the State Board of Architectural Examiners (1937-1951), the board of directors of the Dallas Museum of Art and the Dallas Council on World Affairs. He was also elected to fellowship in the American Institute of Architects.

Biographical Sketch of Donald S. Nelson (1907-1992)

Donald S. Nelson (1907-1992) was born in Chicago and received a bachelor of architecture degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1927. In addition, he studied at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux Arts at Fountainebleu in 1925 and received the Paris Prize from the Society of Beaux Arts Architects in 1927 which enabled him to study for three years in Paris. In 1929, he joined the Chicago firm of Bennett, Parsons, and Frost where he participated in the design of the 1933 Chicago Century of Progress Exposition. Nelson designed the United States Government Building as well as many of the corporation buildings at the Chicago fair.

In 1935, he was hired by George L. Dahl, chief architect of the Texas Centennial Fair. After the completion of Fair Park in 1937, Nelson remained in Dallas and established a private practice from 1937 to 1940. He was selected by the Federal Fine Arts Commission to be the architect for the federal memorials for the Texas Centennial. He was also associate architect with W.W. Ahlschlager on the Mercantile National Bank of Dallas (1940-1942). During World War II, he served as Chief of Planning and Design for the United States Army Air Force in Washington, D.C. from 1942 to 1946.

In 1946, the firm of Broad and Nelson was established. Nelson succesfully made the transition from the Beaux-Arts style to Modernism after World War II. Among his larger commissions for commercial and public buildings are: the Dallas Mercantile Bank Complex (1940-47); the Texas Memorial Grand Lodge Temple in Waco (1950); the Dallas County Government Center (1969); the Scottish Rite Library and Museum in Waco (1969); and the Experimental Science Building at The University of Texas (1951). Nelson was noted for his ability to integrate the other fine arts into the design of his buildings.

Nelson received numerous design awards at both the state and national level. He served as president of the Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects in 1956 and as secretary-treasurer of the Texas Architecture Foundation from 1950 to 1954. Nelson was made a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects in 1954.

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Scope and Content of the collection

The Donald S. Nelson records consist of personal papers, office files, professional association material, job files, specifications, printed material, books, visual material, artifacts, and drawings from the firm of Broad and Nelson. The material documents the activities of the firm of Broad and Nelson (1946-??), its predecessors Flint and Broad (1923-38) and Thomas D. Broad (1938-1946), and related affiliates of Bently-Broad and Nelson (1950-52) and Broad and Nelson and Jack Corgan (1950's). Also contained in the files are the surviving records and drawings of the Dallas firm of Thomas Jameson and Merrill. The bulk of the records, fifty linear feet, consist of job files and specifications. Although some residential work is included in the material, Broad and Nelson (and related firms) specialized in institutional and commercial works and planning. Major projects represented in the records include: Buckner Orphans Home, Dallas; Science and English department buildings, University of Texas, Austin; Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Mercantile National Bank, Dallas; Dallas County Government Center, Dallas; Broadmoore Building, Hobbs, N.M.; and Love Field, Dallas.

The visual material series contains large format matted photographs of most of Broad and Nelson's finished projects. The series also contains extensive documentation of the construction process of many of their important projects. Approximately half of the films focus on Nelson's travels in Europe. Of the 815 color slides one third are unidentified; the remainder illustrate finished projects, mostly of the firm of Broad and Nelson. Digital representations of some of the items in the Visual Material Series are available online through Texas ScholarWorks.

The drawing series consists of over six thousand drawings representing approximately 250 different projects. Working drawings from the firm of Broad and Nelson make up the majority of the series.

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Restrictions

Policies Governing Use and Access

This collection is open for research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using archival materials. As all or portions of this collection may be housed off-site, advance notice of at least three working days is required for retrieval. Certain items may require additional time for flattening or humidifying before they can be viewed. Access is by appointment only. Please contact the archives' reference staff for further information.

Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasions of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person).

The Alexander Architectural Archives operate in accordance with applicable federal or state laws and regulations, providing unrestricted access to university records not covered by state and federal right to privacy acts.

The Alexander Architectural Archives, The University of Texas Libraries, and The University of Texas at Austin, assume no responsibility for infringement of literary property rights and copyright or for liability to any person for defamation or invasion of privacy that results from a researcher's use of collections.

Researchers agree to indemnify and hold harmless The University of Texas at Austin, and their officers, employees, and agents from and against all suits, claims, actions, and expenses arising out of use of collections held by the libraries. Please alert staff if anything inappropriate is found during research.

Copyright interests in this collection may not have been transferred to the University of Texas. Researchers assume full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply. Additionally, the public use of material must be cited. See citation information below.

Digital Materials

Texas ScholarWorks is a campus-wide repository for electronic materials, and as such holds digital works and provides related services. The Repository was established to provide open, online access to the products of the University's research and scholarship, to preserve these works for future generations, to promote new models of scholarly communication, and to help deepen community understanding of the value of higher education.

The Alexander Architectural Archives make available born digital and digitized materials from its collections through the use of Texas ScholarWorks, and on the Texas ScholarWorks website, the Alexander Architectural Archives Sub-Community houses digital materials from collections within its repository to enable researchers to access these materials remotely.

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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.
Subjects (Persons):
Nelson, Donald S., 1907-1992--Archives.
Subjects (Organizations):
Broadmoor Building (Hobbs, N. Mex.)
Dallas County Government Center (Dallas, Tex.)
Dallas Love Field
Memorial Grand Lodge Temple (Waco, Tex.)
Mercantile National Bank (Dallas, Tex.)
Subjects:
University of Texas--Buildings.
Freemasons. Texas--Buildings.
Dallas (Tex.)--Buildings.
Commercial buildings--Texas.
Public buildings--Texas
Airports--Texas--Buildings.
Places
Dallas (Tex.)
Texas
Document types:
Design development drawings.
Architectural drawings.
Competition drawings.
Presentation drawings.
Progress photographs.
Specifications.
Working drawings.

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Related Material

Books that arrived with the Nelson collection are located in the Architecture and Planning Library Special Collections. Please refer to the UTCAT online catalog or the archive's staff for more information.

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Administrative Information

Citation

Donald S. Nelson (1907-1992) Architectural records, drawings, photographs, Dallas, Texas, the Alexander Architectural Archives, the University of Texas Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin

Drawings processed by: Lila Knight

Other material processed by: Kathy Martinson and Nancy Sparrow, September 1993

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Other Finding Aids

Unpublished inventory in Archive.

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References to works by or about Donald Nelson (1907-1992)

Broad and Nelson

American Institute of Architects. American Architect's Directory. New York: R.R. Bowker Company, 1955.

"Dallas Air Terminal; Broad, Nelson and Jack Corgan." Architectural Record (September 1960): p. 180-2.

Dallas Chapter AIA. The Prairie's Yield - Forces Shaping Dallas Architecture from 1840-1962. New York: Reinhold Publishing, 1962.

Dallas Chapter AIA. Dallasights. Dallas: Dallas Chapter AIA, 1978.

"Dallas Junior High School Interior - Broad and Nelson." Progressive Architecture (January 1956): p. 128-9.

Dillon, Dennis. Dallas Architecture 1936-1986. Dallas: Texas Monthly Press, 1985.

"Hospitals - Building Types Study, number 350." Architectural Record 138 (September 1965): p. 197-220.

"Progressive Architecture Design Survey for 1956 and the Third Annual Design Awards Program." Progressive Architecture 37 (January 1956): p. 75-123.

"Terminal Building, Love Field Airport, Dallas." Architectural Record 128 (September 1960): p. 180-2.

Donald Nelson

"At AIA Convention." Texas Architecture (July 1954): p. 7.

"Nelson named AIA Fellow." Texas Architecture (May 1954): p. 7.

"Presents Craftsman Award." Texas Architecture (July 1954): p. 9.

"Texas Architect's Week." Texas Architecture (April 1954): p. 9.

Thomas Broad

"Broad at AIA Convention." Texas Architecture (July 1954): p. 7.

"Chairs TSA Committee." Texas Architecture (November 1954): p. 16.

"Elected AIA Fellow." Texas Architecture (June 1951): p. 8.

"Heads Jury of Fellows." Texas Architecture (November 1955): p. 30.

"Honored by Producers Council." Texas Architecture (August 1964): p. 17.

"Member of National AIA Committee." Texas Architecture (July 1953): p. 5.

"Speaker, Panhandle Chapter AIA." Texas Architecture (December 1950): p. 28.

"Speaks to Engineer's Meeting." Texas Architecture (February 1953): p. 11.

"TSA Director." Texas Architecture (May-June 1950): p. 2.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

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

Series A: Personal Papers

Series Abstract
The Personal Papers series includes student material, awards, correspondence and information about Nelson's community associations.
boxfolder
11Nelson: Diplomas, Certificates and State Licenses.
boxfolder
1321Nelson and Broad and Nelson: Certificates and awards.
boxfolder
11Certificates - American Institute of Architects (AIA), 1956.
2Nelson: Residence Contract, 1950.
3Income Tax: Donald and Matilda Nelson, 1964.
4Oil and Gas Lease, 1949.
5Military and Insurance File, 1942-55.
6Military Service: Pay, Routing, Clearance and Physical.1942-51.
7Military Service: Orders, 1942-45.
8Personal Correspondence.
9Nelson- Scrapbook Paris, 1927.
10Babylon-includes reproduction of drawings by Donald Nelson, 1928.
11Subscriptions- National Sculpture Review, includes gift list and thank-you notes, 1965.

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Series B: Financial Records

Series Abstract
The Financial Records series is comprised of two subseries: B1 General and B2 Job Costs. The General subseries contains general financial records such as ledgers and balance sheets. The Job Costs subseries contains documents related to specific jobs. This subseries begins chronologically with folders including multiple projects and then it continues with individual project files arranged alphabetically.

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Series B1: General

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112Bank Balance- Flint and Broad, 1938-40.
13General Overhead, 1944-49.
box
143Ledger, 1962.
Ledger - Cash journal, 1973.
Ledger - Payroll journal, 1973.
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130Ledger, 1941-49.
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114Prospects, 1945-49.
15Correspondence, re: payment to firm, 1938-39.
16Time Sheets, 1949.
17Time Sheets, 1964-65.
18Income Tax, Flint and Broad partnership, 1923-41.
19Income Tax, Broad and Nelson,1964-66.
20Income Tax, Associated Architects,1965-66 .
21Income Tax, Broad, Nelson and Jack Corgan,1964.
22Flint, Alice; Tax returns and correspondence, re: settlement after Flint's death,1939-41.

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Series B2: Job Costs

(see also job files)
boxfolder
123Flint and Broad [1927-29]
24Red Bird Airport and Administration Building; Gregg County Airport Terminal Building, 1944-47
25Broad Residence and Donald S. Nelson Residence,1946-48
26Perrin Field and Enid Field,1948-49
27Arlington Presbyterian Church, 1947-48.
28Arlington Baptist Church, 1944-49.
29Bell Telephone Company; Telephone Exchange Additions, 1946-48.
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21Better Monkey Grip Company; Factory Building, 1944-48.
2Borden Milk Company; Addition to Milk Plant, 1944-46.
3Browning and Ferris; Warehouse Addition, 1945-46.
4Bryant's Pharmacy; Addition Oak Lawn Avenue, 1945.
5Buckner Orphans Home; Dormitories H and I and Guest Center, 1948-49.
6Buckner Orphans Home; Memorial Building, 1944-45.
7Clinic Building, Paris, Tex.,1949.
8Cullum Store Building, 1946.
9Dallas, City of; Filtration Plant, City Water Works, 1949.
10Dallas, City of; Water Plant (Myers and Noyes), 1949.
11Dallas Board of Education; Trinity Heights School (water cooler), 1945.
12Dallas I.S.D.; Cockrell Hill School, 1947-49.
13Dallas I.S.D.; Leila P. Cowart School, 1948-49.
14Dallas Athletic Club, 1948.
15Davis, Ralph; Stores, 1946.
16Dolphi, George; Apartment Building, 1944.
17Field Street Baptist Church, Cleburn, Tex.,1945-47.
18Garden Clubs of America; Flagpole, 1946.
19Goldthwaite Jobs, 1944.
20Grand Lodge Temple, Waco, 1946-49.
21Graphic Arts Building, 1946.
22Greenville Avenue Christian Church, 1947.
23Gregg County Airport Terminal; Additions, 1949.
24Hawn; Office and Yard, 1949.
25Highland Park High School; Addition, 1949.
26Highland Park Independent School District; Addition to H.P. High School, 1944-46.
27Himmant Building, 1944-46.
28Hope Cottage; Addition, 1944.
29Interstate Theater Building, 1949.
30Interstate Theaters, 1946-47.
31Leonard, Dr.; Sub-division, 1946.
32Locker Plants; miscellaneous, 1944-45.
33Love Field Terminal Building, 1944-48.
34Munger Methodist Church; Sunday School Building, 1945-49.
35Republic National Life, 1947-48.
36Residences, 1944-49.
37Roberts, Webb; 1946-48.
38Rogers Shop Building, 1946.
39Scottino, Mrs. Rosa; Store Building, 1946-48.
40Star, Harold; Wall Treatment Field and Jackson Streets, 1946-1948.
41Texas State Board of Architectural Examiners, 1946-49.
42Texas State Highway Department, 1945-46.
43Thompson, Cleo; Apartments, 1947.
44Truitt, Dr.; Dental Office, Gainesville, Tex.,1945-46.
45United Construction Company; Warehouse, 1944-45.
46United States Army Air Base, Master plan, Fort Worth, Tex.,1947.
47Universal Life and Accident Insurance Company, 1949.
48University of Texas; Science, 1946-49.
49Uvalde Construction Company, 1948.
50Vanette Hosiery Mill, 1946.
51Wicker Fish Market; Alterations, 3004 Gaston Ave.,1946-47.

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Series C: Office Files

Series Abstract
The Office Files series includes material that support the running of an architectural office, such as job lists, personnel information, correspondence, blank forms, accounting information and public relations. The files are arranged alphabetically by folder title.
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252Firm History of Broad and Nelson.
53Firm Information and Work (includes photographs).
54Firm Brochure- Donald Nelson, 1966.
55Firm Brochure- Broad and Nelson.
56Firm Brochure- Broad and Nelson.
57Firm Brochure- Nelson,Smith, Warder and Chappell.
58Firm Brochure- Copies of Broad and Nelson, pages- most complete set.
59Firm Brochure- Broad and Nelson- 2nd Set.
60Firm Brochure- Broad and Nelson, guide to page numbers.
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31"Monuments Commemorating the Centenary of Texas Independence." Donald Nelson, architect.
2Texas State Buildings Commission; Firm Brochure- Broad and Nelson- Fehr and Granger- Pierce and Pierce.
3Texas State Buildings Commission; Firm Brochure- Broad and Nelson- Fehr and Granger
4Progress Record- 1946-48.
5Incorporation- 1958.
6Notes re: Change from Broad and Nelson to Nelson and Associates, 1961.
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161Job file index - alphabetical and by job number.
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1481Office file set-up, office of Broad and Nelson, 1958-1963.
Note: box 148 contains mold-contaminated, unprocessed material
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37Office Manual.
8Retired Files Index.
9List of Files ("transferred to basement").
10List of Plans in tubes in storeroom received from Mr. Arthur Thomas in January 1971.
11List of missing specifications.
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1454Representative architectural works of Thomas D. Broad: Nominee for Fellowship, Dallas Chapter AIA, portfolio of photographs of projects and models.
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312Blank Forms- Job Costs.
13Thomas D. Broad: Personal Correspondence, 1941-57.
14Thomas D. Broad: Civil Service, 1941-44.
15Thomas D. Broad: Air Power Club, 1946.
16Thomas D. Broad: Farm Security, 1935-38.
17Thomas D. Broad: Adress Book and References List.
18Thomas D. Broad: Travel Postcard.
19Thomas D. Broad: Part of Examination Exhibit.
20Business Correspondence: General (1 of 2)1934-42.
21Business Correspondence; General, includes photographs (2 of 2)1966-75.
22Nelson Christmas card, drawn by Nelson.
23Weaver, Willard B.: Correspondence re: rental property.
24Condolences- Flint's death 1938.
25Texas Building Sanitation Council: Correspondence, 1938-39.
26Texas Planning Board: Correspondence, 1938-39.
27Dallas Board of Education: Correspondence, 1938-48.
28University of Texas: Correspondence re: prospective work (Includes Firm information on Flint and Broad).
29Haynes and Strange, Parkhill: Correspondence (Includes IRS Information) 1942-45.
30Haynes and Strange, Parkhill; Voelker and Dickson: Correspondence, 1943-44.
31State Board of Architectural Examiners: Correspondence with Frances H. Nichols, 1944.
32Cheney, Howard L.: Correspondence, 1946.
33Stone, Edward D.: Correspondence, 1946.
34Art Associations: Correspondence (includes recording of phone conversation), 1951.
35Texas State Building Commission: Correspondence Fehr and Granger (includes firm information for Broad and Nelson), 1955-59.
36Saint Paul, Minnesota: Correspondence re: Industrial District, 1956.
37Renegotiation Board, 1954.
38Texas Board of Architectural Examiners; 1955 Roster of Registered Architects.
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41Federal Works Agency, 1945.
2McGlashon, Donald.; Speech "Transit Planning Consultant of Menlo Park, California. (includes recording)
3Darrah, M.D., Professional Engineer; Resume and Bills.
4Zumwalt and Vinther; Examples of Work, 1938-45.
5Robert E. McKee, General Contractors; Firm Brochure.
6Southern Ornamental Iron Works vs. The Steel Construction Company, 1940.
7Love Field; Portfolio.
boxfolder
1453Nelco Jet Carpet, moving sidewalk, patent information (designed by Donald Nelson).
2List of Masonic Lodges in Texas.
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48Masonic; Miscellaneous, 1953-55.
9Scottish Rite; Miscellaneous (includes floor plan and brochure)
10Site 12-Plaza Plan Revised, City Hall, Dallas, Tex.
11Major Street Plan: Its Development, Adoption and Administration, 1952.
12Dallas Aviation Plan- Suggestions and firm background information, 1946.
13Southern Flight Publicity, 1946-47.
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14742Ranch Party in Denton, Tex., re: convention 1962.
Box 147 contains mold-contaminated material.(Folder 42 treated, 1993[?])
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414Plate Index to Linen backed photographs.
Linen backed photographs: Examples of architecture
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11831. Palaces, exterior, Venetian
42. Palaces, exterior, Medieval
53. Palaces, exterior, Renaissance
64. Palaces, interior, Medieval
75. Palaces, interior, Renaissance
86. Villas, exterior
97. Courtyards, Medieval
108. Courtyards, Renaissance
119. Churches and campanile, exterior, Renaissance
1210. Churces and campanile, exterior, Renaissance
1311. Cloisters
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119112. Churches, interior, Renaissance and Classic
213. Churches, interior, Medieval
314. Gardens
415. Gateways and arches
516. Entrances and doors, Medieval
617. Entrances and doors, Renaissance
718. Windows, Medieval
819. Windows, Renaissance
920. Pavements
1021. Ceilings and vaults, stone, stucco, etc.
1122. Fireplaces
1223. Celings, wood
1324. Capitols, Classic
1425. Capitols, Renaissance
1526. Capitols, Medieval
1627. Cornices
1728. Cartouches
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120129. Miscellaneous stone details, Classic
230. Miscellaneous stone details, Medieval
331. Miscellaneous stone details, Renaissance
432. Terra Cotta and plaster details
533. Miscellaneous wood details
634. Mosaics
735. Sculpture
836. Vases, candelabra, etc.
937. Fountains
1038. Iron work, bronze, etc.
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415Clippings File Index.
16Clippings for File (1 of 2).
17Clippings for File (2 of 2).
18Delineators, architectural renderings, information and brochures.
19Photographers of architecture, information and brochures.
20Examples of photographic murals on Formica, 4' X 6' average size, $25.00, January 7, 1963 per Mr. Asbury (Stephans Co.).
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1451Index specifications for general construction of Education Building for the University of Texas at Austin, Cass Gilbert, Architect, 1916. Used as model for Liberty County Court House, 1927.
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421Marble Institute of America; Standard Specification and Scale Detail, Plates of Interior Marble.
22Technical Provisions Specifications: Sections 1 and 2.
23Specifications Worksheet; Lathing and Plastering, A.I.A., March 1962.
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51Recommended specifications for lathing, furring and plastering, AIA, October 1960.
2Specification worksheet for concrete work, AIA, March 1962.
3Specification worksheet for ceramic and quarry tile, AIA, March 1962.
4Specification worksheet for hollow metal doors and frames, AIA, March 1962.
5Specification worksheet for terrazzo, AIA, March 1962.
6Specification worksheet for aluminum windows, AIA, March 1962.
7Specification worksheet for steel windows, AIA, March 1962.
8Specification worksheet for kalamein and metal covered work, AIA, March 1962.
9Specification worksheet for excavating, filling and grading, AIA, March 1962.
10Specification worksheet for structural steel, AIA, March 1962.
11Specification worksheet for steel roof decks, AIA, March 1962.
12Specification worksheet for steel joists, AIA, March 1962.
13Specification worksheet for roofing and sheet metal, AIA, March 1962.
14Specification worksheet for poured in place gypsum roof decks, AIA, March 1962.
15Specification worksheet for precast roof deck, AIA, March 1962.
16Specification worksheet for rolling metal doors and grilles, AIA, March 1962.
17American Standard Specifications for glazed ceramic wall tile, ceramic mosaic tile, quarry tile and pavers installed in Portland cement mortars. AIA File nos. 23A and 23P.
18Specifications for electrically conductive cermaic tile in conductive Portland cement mortar. Tile Council of America, January 1962.
19Conductive flooring for hospital operating rooms. U.S. Department of National Bureau of Standards Monograph 11 - Commerce, March 21, 1960.

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Series C1: Office Files - Visual Material - photographs originally housed in envelopes and mounted, possibly for use in brochures or exhibit

BoxFolder
1211Unidentified, exterior
2Unidentified, exterior
3Unidentified, exterior
4Unidentified, exteriors
5Unidentified, interior
6Unidentified, interior
7Unidentified, interiors
8Unidentified, interiors
9Unidentified, interior
10Unidentified, interior [Masonic Temple]?
11Unidentified, auditorium interior
12Unidentified, bank drive-through
13Unidentified, bank interior
14Unidentified, bank interior
15Unidentified, bank interior
16Unidentified, bank interior
17Unidentified, classroom laboratory
18Unidentified, church interior
19Unidentified, church interior
20Unidentified, church/auditorium interior
21Unidentified, church/auditorium interior
22Unidentified, elevators
23Unidentified, library interior
24Unidentified, library interior
25Unidentified, office interior
26Unidentified, school interior
27Unidentified, school interior
28Unidentified, stained glass
29Unidentified, staircase
30Bishop Dunne Catholic High School
31Broadmoor Building, exterior
32Broadmoor Building, exterior
33Broadmoor Building, interior
34Broadmoor Building, interior
35Dallas County Government Center; Dallas County Courthouse
36Dallas County Government Center; Parking Facility
37First National Bank, Grand Prairie
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1221Garland Hospital
2General Electric Computer Center
3Hardware Mutual Casualty exterior
4Hardware Mutual Casualty exterior
5Hardware Mutual Casualty exterior
6Kilgore College Auditorium
7Love Field; Delta Airlines Hangar
8Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco
9Mercantile Buildings
10Mercantile Continental Building exterior
11Mercantile Dallas Building
12Mercantile Dallas Building
13Mercantile Dallas Building exterior
14Mercantile National Bank, exterior
15Mercantile National Bank, interior
16Mercantile National Bank, interior
17Mercantile National Bank, interior
18Mercantile National Bank, interior
19Mercantile National Bank, interior
20Texas - East Texas Tuberculosis Hospital
21Texas - State Board of Insurance Building
22Texas - State Board of Insurance Building exterior
23Texas - State Board of Insurance Building exterior
24University of Texas; English Building, courtyard on side
25University of Texas; English Building, exterior
26University of Texas; Science Building
BoxFolder
1291Scottish Rite Temple, designed by Millard Sheets
2Unidentified, interior
3Unidentified, sculpture
4Dallas County Government Center
5Farmers Branch Shopping Center
6First Federal Savings and Loan building
7First National Bank, Mesquite
8Garland Bank and Trust
9General Electric Computer Center
10Hardware Mutuals building
11Insurance Company of America
12Kilgore College Auditorium
13Love Field
14Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco
15Mercantile buildings
16Texas State Board of Insurance Building, Austin
17University of Texas; Cooling plant
18University of Texas; English Department
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130Unidentified projects
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1311Broadmoor Building, Hobbs, N.M.
2Dallas County Courthouse
3General Electric Computer Center
4Memorial Grand Lodge, Waco
5Mercantile Buildings
6Scottish Rite Crippled Children's Hospital
7Scottish Rite Temple
8Texas State Board of Insurance Building, Austin
9University of Texas; English and Science buildings, Austin

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Series D: Professional Associations

Series Abstract
The Professional Associations series includes records from the following groups: American Institute of Architects (1938-56; 1975), City of Dallas- various committees, Dallas Historical Society, Texas Architecture Foundation, Texas Centennial Architects Associated, and the Texas Society of Architects (1940-1955).
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520American Institute of Architects (AIA), List of Officers and Regional Directors, 1956.
21AIA Publications and Information (MEMO).
22AIA Directorship, 1949 - Thomas Broad.
23AIA Correspondence, 1951-54.
24Correspondence with other AIA Chapters, 1951-53.
25AIA Correspondece re: Nominations of Fellows, 1954-55 and 1975.
26AIA Committee on the organization of the AIA, 1954-55.
27AIA Annual Convention, 1952 (New York City).
28AIA Annual Convention, 1953 (Seattle).
29AIA Annual Convention, 1954 (Boston).
30AIA Annual Convention, 1955 (Minneapolis).
31AIA, Dallas Chapter, 1938-53.
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61AIA, Dallas Chapter Minutes, 1945-51.
2AIA, Dallas Chapter Minutes, 1952-54.
3AIA, Dallas Chapter Minutes and memos, 1955.
4AIA, Dallas Chapter, Committee on Urban Planning, 1947-49.
5AIA, Dallas Chapter, 1953 Committee on "Texas Architecture 1953" Exhibition/Design Awards; Donald Nelson, Chairman. (1of2).
6AIA, Dallas Chapter, 1953 Committee on "Texas Architecture 1953" Exhibition/Design Awards; Donald Nelson, Chairman. (2of2).
7AIA, Dallas Chapter, Seminar on Architecture for the Board of Education, 1952.
8AIA, North Texas Chapter Minutes, 1939-44.
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71Construction Industry Meetings, 1944.
2Dallas, City of; Engineering Committee/Citizens Traffic Committee, 1954-55.
3Dallas Historical Society.
4Texas Architectural Foundation Minutes and financial reports, 1952-52.
5Texas Architecture Foundation (1 of 2).
6Texas Architecture Foundation (2 of 2).
7Texas Architecture Foundation, miscellaneous correspondence.
8Texas Centennial Architects, Associated, 1936.
9Texas Society of Architects, Finance Committee, 1941.
10Texas Society of Architects, By-laws, 1955.
11Texas Society of Architects, First annual convention, 1940.
12Texas Society of Architects, Second annual convention, 1941.
13Texas Society of Architects, Second annual convention, 1941; Convention Committees.
14Texas Society of Architects, Second annual convention, 1941; Registration Committee Convention Report.

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Series E: Job Files

Series Abstract
The Job Files series includes material kept by the architect pertaining to particular architectural projects. Job files may contain correspondence with clients, change orders, cost estimates, contracts and summary reports. The files are arranged alphabetically by client and/or project name.
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715Achtschin, Leo A.; Residence, 1956-57.
16Adams, John; Residence, 1950.
17Agudas Achim Synagogue; Job notes, 1958-59.
18Agudas Achim Synagogue; Correspondence and job notes, 1958.
19Agudas Achim Synagogue; Contracts, #5712, 1957-58.
20Agudas Achim Synagogue; Notes and sketches.
21Albritton, Mrs. C.C.; Bill for services, 1948.
22A'Mell Building; #5310, 1953.
23Anton Korn and Donald Nelson; (Proposed) Architect's Apartment and Hotel building, 1940.
24Armstrong School; Principal's Office, alterations, 1945.
25Atlantic Refining Company, 1952. (includes blue lines)
26Baseball Stadium; Architect's Contract, #6405. 1964.
27Baseball Stadium; Architect's expense statements, #6002.
28Baseball Stadium; Prospective material suppliers, #6002, 1960-61.
29Baseball Stadium; Client correspondence, Joint Board of Park Commission, #6002, 1960-61.
30Baseball Stadium, 1960-62.
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81Baseball Stadium; Correspondence, includes clippings, #6002. (see photograph series).
2Baseball Stadium; Printed material and correspondence, #6002, 1960-61.
3Baseball Stadium; Correspondence with Carter and Burgess, Engineers, includes preliminary traffic study, #6002, 1960-61.
4Baseball Stadium; Correspondence with Preston Geren, Associate Architect, #6002, 1960-61
5Baseball Stadium; Cost estimates, #6002, 1960-62.
6Baseball Stadium; Tarrant County, Arch. costs, #6405, 1964.
7Baseball Stadium; Correspondence and memos, includes clippings, #6405, 1964-65.
8Baseball Stadium; Certificates for payment, #6405.
9Baseball Stadium; Change orders, 1964-65, #6405.
10Baylor University, 1952.
11Beach Club.
12Beaty, Jake; Residence, 1947.
13Beaumount Medical Arts Building, 1929, includes blueprint.
14Belew, George H.; Residence, 1949.
15Better Monkey Grip Company, 1950.
16Better Monkey Grip Company; Change orders, 1945-46.
17Better Monkey Grip Company; Robert McKee, Contractor, 1945-46.
18Better Monkey Grip Company; Correspondence, product information, includes blueprint, 1944-46.
19Better Monkey Grip Company; Test reports, 1945.
20Better Monkey Grip Company; Vouchers and contract, 1945-46.
21Black Hotel; Office correspondence, includes blueprint, 1930-38.
22Blaylock, Louis; Store, Dallas, 1926-27.
23Blaylock Hotel; Drawings, 1931.
24Blue Ribbon Creameries, Shreveport, Louisiana, 1930.
25Bohan, Mrs. B. L.; Residence, Dallas, 1921-22.
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91Borden Milk Company, includes blueprints, 1944-46.
2Bowling, Jesse L., architect; Correspondence with, re: forty story office building for an insurance company, 1940.
3Brinkerhoff and Bennett; Stores, 1929-30.
4Broadmoor Building; American Electric Company, Hobbs, New Mexico; Contract and estimates, #5913, 1960-61.
5Broadmoor Building; Lab reports, #5913, 1960.
6Broadmoor Building; George Graves weekly job reports, #5913, May-August 1961.
7Broadmoor Building; George Graves weekly job reports, #5913, January-May 1961.
8Broadmoor Building; Bidder correspondence, #5913, 1960-61.
9Broadmoor Building; Correspondence, #5913, 1959-62.
10Broadmoor Building; Rountree Company, Mechanical Contractors, Contract and estimates, #5913, 1960-61.
11Broadmoor Building; Correspondence with Pierre Bourdelle, Sculptor (see photograph series).
12Broadmoor Building; Contract and payment certificates, #5913.
13Broadmoor Building; Bidders requests for plans A-L, #5913.
14Broadmoor Building; Mr. Graves weekly job reports, 1960.
15Broadmoor Building; Job notes.
16Broadmoor Building; Proposals and correspondence, re: Bid Bonds, 1960.
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101Broadmoor Building; Bidder information, includes blueline, 1960.
2Broadmoor Building; Bidders request for plans, 1960.
3Broadmoor Building; Office memorandums, 1959-60.
4Broadmoor Building; Correspondence with Lembke Construction Company, #5913, 1960-61.
5Broadmoor Building; Correspondence with George Graves, Consulting Architect, 1959-60.
6Broadmoor Building; Architect's contracts and statements, #5913, 1959-61.
7Broadmoor Building; Correspondence with J. F. Maddox, #5913, 1959-62.
8Broadmoor Building; Correspondence with H. Edward Smith, Consultant, 1957-59.
9Broadmoor Building; Zumwalt and Vinther, Mechanical Engineers, 1959-62.
10Broadmoor Building; Lab reports, 1961.
11Broadmoor Building; Bid tabulations, 1960.
12Broadmoor Building; Robert L. Rolfe, Structural Engineer, 1959-60.
13Broadmoor Building; Lembke Construction Company, contracts and estimates, 1960-61.
14Broadmoor Building; Correspondence with George Graves, 1961-62.
15Broadmoor Building; Soil Investigation, 1959-60.
16Broadmoor Building; Correspondence with Otis Elevator Company, 1959-62.
17Brook Hollow Cafeteria and Executive Club; Master file list and correspondence, includes blue line, #5505 [#5506], 1958-60.
18Brook Hollow Cafeteria and Executive Club; Architect's contracts and statements, 1959-60.
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111Brook Hollow Cafeteria and Executive Club; Correspondence with Connell Company, General Contractor, 1958-60.
2Brook Hollow Cafeteria and Executive Club; Connell Company, contract, statements and change orders, 1958-60.
3Brook Hollow Cafeteria and Executive Club; Lab reports, 1955-58.
4Brook Hollow Cafeteria and Executive Club; Weekly job reports, 1958-59.
5Brook Hollow Cafeteria and Executive Club; Ed Wilson, Engineer, 1956-58.
6Brook Hollow Cafeteria and Executive Club; William K. Hall, Mechanical Contractor, 1958.
7Brook Hollow Cafeteria and Executive Club; Color selections, 1959.
8Brookhollow Industrial District; Windsor Properties Master Plan, includes 1- 8x10 b&w photograph, #5302, 1953-57.
9Brookhollow Office Building, #5610, 1956.
10Brookhollow Service Building; File list, #5702.
11Brookhollow Service Building; Architect's contracts and statements, 1959.
12Brookhollow Service Building; Correspondence with John Barry, General Contractor, 1959, re: contract and estimates.
13Brookhollow Service Building; Correspondence, 1959.
14Browning, W. A.; Warehouse, Dallas1924.
15Browning-Ferris; Addition, Dallas1929.
16Browning-Ferris Machine Company, Houston, 1931-34.
17Browning-Ferris; Warehouse, Dallas1945-46.
18Brunswick, includes blacklines, 1946.
19Bryant's Prescription Pharmacy, 1945.
20Buckner Chapel Building; Correspondence with contractors, includes 1-5x7 b&w photograph, 1924-30.
21Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary, 1923-40.
22Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary, 1940-41.
23Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary, General contractor, estimates, extras and credits, 1940-41.
24Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary, Hal C. Dyer, General Contractor, 1940-41.
25Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary, Kinnison Brothers, heating, 1940-41.
26Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary, Martyn Brothers, plumbing, 1940-41.
27Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary, York Ice Machinery Corporation, refrigeration 1940.
28Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary, Warehouse and Bakery, 1940-41.
29Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary, Warehouse, miscellaneous, 1940-41.
30Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary, McClure Electric, wiring, 1940-41.
31Buckner Orphans' Home; Dormitory Foundations, 1923.
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121Buckner Orphans' Home; Dormitories A and B, superstructure, 1923-24.
2Buckner Orphans' Home; Dormitory C, superstructure, 1925.
3Buckner Orphans' Home; Dormitories E and F, complete, 1936-38.
4Buckner Orphans' Home; Dormitory G and Rupard Hall, all contractors, 1938-39.
5Buckner Orphans' Home; Alterations to dormitories A,B,C, and D, contracts and vouchers, #5401, 1954.
6Buckner Orphans' Home; Alterations to Dormitories A-D, #5401, 1954-55.
7Buckner Orphans' Home; Dormitory H and I, vouchers and change orders, 1949-51.
8Buckner Orphans' Home; Elementary School, complete, 1936.
9Buckner Orphans' Home; Entrance Gates, 1923.
10Buckner Orphans' Home; Garage Building, 1926.
11Buckner Orphans' Home; High School building, 1927-36.
12Buckner Orphans' Home; Hospital, letter file, 1932.
13Buckner Orphans' Home; School foundation, 1923.
14Buckner Orphans' Home; Miscellaneous, 1933.
15Buckner Orphans' Home; J.L. O'Rourke and Sons, Builders, 1949-51.
16Buckner Orphans' Home; Weekly job reports, 1949-51.
17Buckner Orphans' Home; Monthly estimates, #5212, 1953-54.
18Buckner Orphans' Home; Change orders, #5212, 1953-54.
19Buckner Orphans' Home; Handwritten notes.
20Buckner Orphans' Home; Miscellaneous, #5212, 1952-53.
21Buckner Orphans' Home; Weekly job reports, #5212, 1951-54.
22Buckner Orphans' Home; J.L. O'Rourke and Sons, Builders, monthly estimates, #5212 and 5214, 1953.
23Buckner Orphans' Home; Monthly estimates and contracts, #5214, 1953.
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131Buckner Orphans' Home; Contracts, 1953.
2Buckner Orphans' Home; Miscellaneous, 1945-51.
3Buckner Orphans' Home; Vouchers, 1945-51.
4Buckner Orphans' Home; Gate house, #5417, 1955.
5Burford, Freeman; includes sketches, 848 Wilson Building.
6Burgher, B.M.; Residence, 1924.
7Burns, E.S.; Store remodel, 1927.
8Burt Building.
9Burt Building; General correspondence, 1937-38.
10Burt Building; Account, 1938-41.
11Busby, Dr. Oscar E.; Store building, Dallas, 1922-23.
12Busby, Dr. Oscar E.; Store building, 1924.
13Camp, Alex; Store building, Dallas, 1922.
14Camp, T.L. and Alex; Store building, Dallas.
15Camp, T.L. and Alex; Store building, Dallas, 1923.
16Campfire Girls, Gladewater.
17Capers, Julian; Apartment house, 1923.
18Carter, Robert S.; Residence, Dallas, 1939.
19Citizen's National Bank, Dennison, 1936-38.
20City Temple Presbyterian Church; Site exploration.
21City Temple Presbyterian Church; Correspondence with Julian Barry, #6102, 1962-65.
22City Temple Presbyterian Church; Addenda, includes blueline, 1962.
23City Temple Presbyterian Church; Contracts, estimates and change orders/Julian Barry, 1962-73.
24City Temple Presbyterian Church; Boiler installation.
25City Temple Presbyterian Church; Subsurface site exploration by Southwestern Laboratories.
26Collins, Wortham; Residence remodel, 1946.
27Collins, Young and Bell; Store Building, Dallas, 1921-22.
28Corregidor-Bataan Memorial Commission, 1954-56.
29Cotten, Fred, 1935.
30Craftown Meadows, 1946.
31Crown Hill Golf Club, Dallas, includes drawings.
32Cullum and Harris Realtors.
33Cullum, J.D.; Building, includes floor plan and blueprint, 1946.
34Dallas (County) - Buildings Project; Space requirements.
35Dallas (County) - Buildings; Master list of files, #5216.
36Dallas (County) - Buildings; Client correspondence, #5216, 1952-56.
37Dallas (County) - Buildings; Architects' contracts and statements, 1952-57.
38Dallas (County) - Buildings; Associate Architects correspondence, #5216, 1953-57.
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141Dallas (County) - Buildings; Architects' expenses, #5216, 1953-57.
2Dallas (County) - Buildings; Landauer and Shafer, Consulting Engineers, #5216, 1953-56.
3Dallas (County) - Buildings; Frank Chappell, Consulting Engineer, #5216, 1953-54.
4Dallas (County) - Buildings; Miscellaneous court orders, #5216, 1953-56.
5Dallas (County) - Buildings; Correspondence includes recordings of telephone conversations and product information, #5216, 1953-56.
6Dallas (County) - Buildings; Tabulations of bids, #5216, 1955-56.
7Dallas (County) - Buildings; J.W. Bateson Company, contract and estimates, #5216, 1953-55.
8Dallas (County) - Buildings; J.W. Bateson Company, correspondence, #5216, 1953-55.
9Dallas (County) - Buildings; J.W. Bateson Company, change orders including blueprint, #5216, 1953-55.
10Dallas (County) - Buildings; Jansen Construction correspondence, contracts and estimates, #5216, 1955-56.
11Dallas (County) - Buildings; Jansen Construction change orders and floor plan, #5216, 1955-56.
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151Dallas (County) - Buildings; Pauly Jail Building Company, includes blueprints (see also photographs series), #5216, 1953-57.
2Dallas (County) - Buildings; Furniture and fixtures, #5216, 1955-56.
3Dallas (County) - Buildings; Lab reports, #5216, 1954-55.
4Dallas (County) - Buildings; Weekly job reports, #5216, 1953-56.
5Dallas (County) - Buildings; Oak Cliff Courthouse, #5216, 1952-53.
6Dallas (County) - Government Center; Jail study, #6915, 1970-72.
7Dallas (County) - Government Center; Reproductions of drawings.
8Dallas (County) - Government Center; Reproductions of drawings.
9Dallas (County) - Government Center; Contract and statements including blueline, #5902, 1960-67.
10Dallas (County) - Government Center; Memos, #5902, 1960-67.
11Dallas (County) - Government Center; Architect's expense statements, #5902, 1967.
12Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence between architects, includes blueline, #5902, 1959-63.
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161Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence between architects, includes blueline, #5902, 1963-67.
2Dallas (County) - Government Center; Joint venture agreement between associate architects, #5902, 1962.
3Dallas (County) - Government Center; Court orders, #5902, 1962-66.
4Dallas (County) - Government Center; Working drawings contract, #5902.
5Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with Bureau of Prisons #5902, 1962.
6Dallas (County) - Government Center; Payroll expense, #5902, 1962-63.
7Dallas (County) - Government Center; Payroll expense statements, #5902, 1962-67.
8Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence/laundry machinery and Abel Stationers, #5902, 1963-65.
9Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with M. Davis Alexander, #5902, 1962-64.
10Dallas (County) - Government Center; Architects' expense statements, #5902, 1962-68.
11Dallas (County) - Government Center; Approvals-material and subcontractor, includes blueline, #5902, 1963-64.
12Dallas (County) - Government Center; Bid analysis, #5902, 1963-66.
13Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with Commercial Kitchens, Inc., #5902, 1963-67.
14Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with Construction Service Company, #5902, 1962.
15Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with County Auditor, #5902, 1962-67.
16Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with County Engineer #5902, 1962.
17Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with Dallas Office Supply Company, #5902, 1963.
18Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with Bill Everett, #5902, 1964-66.
19Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with Granite Construction Company, #5902, 1963-68.
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171Dallas (County) - Government Center; Granite Construction Company change orders #5902, 1963-67.
2Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with Holabird and Root, Architects and Engineers, #5902, 1961.
3Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence and change orders with Hunter Hayes Elevator Company, #5902, 1963-64.
4Dallas (County) - Government Center; Ikogenics, Inc., #5902, 1962.
5Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with Judges and Courts, #5902, 1959-68.
6Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with Dewitt Knapp, #5902, 1960-61.
7Dallas (County) - Government Center; General Correspondence, #5902, 1960-68.
8Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with McCally Company #5902, 1966-68.
9Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with Mulhauser, Holmes and Riggs, #5902, 1962-67.
10Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with Clarence Overbeck, County Architect, #5902, 1965-68.
11Dallas (County) - Government Center; Correspondence with R.L. Rolfe, Structural Engineer, #5902, 1962-66.
12Dallas (County) - Government Center; Proposed pneumatic tube system, 1962.
13Dallas (County) - Government Center; "Study for Space Needs- Final Report.", 1961.
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181Dallas County Government Center; Notes, 1952.
2Dallas County Government Center; Associated Architects, 1952-62.
3Dallas County Government Center and Sub Court House; Correspondence with David Asch and Company, #5902, 1962.
4Dallas County Government Center and Sub Court House; Contracts and estimates, David Asch and Company, #5902, 1962.
5Dallas County Government Center; From old files, #5902, 1953-54.
6Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence and notes.
7Dallas County Government Center; Evaluation of bids, 1963.
8Dallas County Government Center; Report by Holabird and Root.
9Dallas County Government Center; Sub-surface exploration of site by Southwestern Lab, 1962.
10Dallas County Government Center; City-county building- Detroit, Michigan- reprint of AIA Bulletin, 1959.
11Dallas County Government Center; Air conditioning equipment selection, 1962.
12Dallas County Government Center; Plans.
13Dallas County Government Center Sub Court Houses; Correspondence including cost estimates, 1961-63.
14Dallas County Government Center Sub Court House; Irving, 1961-62.
15Dallas County Government Center Sub Court House; Garland, 1961-62.
16Dallas County Government Center Sub Court House; Grand Prairie, 1961-63.
17Dallas County Government Center Sub Court House; Lancaster, 1961-63.
18Dallas County Government Center Sub Court House; Mesquite, 1961-62.
19Dalas County Government Center Sub Court House; Oakcliff, includes bluelines, 1961-63.
20Dallas County Government Center Sub Court House; Richardson, 1962.
21Dallas County Government Center Sub Court House; Farmer's Branch, 1962-63.
22Dallas County Government Center; Weekly job reports, November 1964-April 1966.
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191Dallas County Government Center; Weekly job reports, March 1963-October 1964.
2Dallas County Government Center; Signs, 1965-66.
3Dallas County Government Center; Space study, 1964 and Specification outlines, 1962.
4Dallas County Government Center; Weekly construction reports, April 1963-April 1966.
5Dallas County Government Center; Department questionnaires and answers, 1961.
6Dallas County Government Center; Plan fee return, 1962-63.
7Dallas County Government Center; Schematic floor plans.
8Dallas County Government Center; Population and projected growth.
9Dallas County Government Center; Progress report and related correspondence, 1962.
10Dallas County Government Center; Job notes and working drawings.
11Dallas County Government Center; Design notes-Mr. Nelson.
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201Dallas County Government Center; Selection of engineer.
2Dallas County Government Center; Recordings of conferences, 1962.
3Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence re: Law Library, 1963.
4Dallas County Government Center; Professor Howard B. Gill, 1966.
5Dallas County Government Center; Interiors, 1965.
6Dallas County Government Center; Job notes.
7Dallas County Government Center; Furnishings, #5902.
8Dallas County Government Center; List of special meetings, #5902, 1961-63.
9Dallas County Government Center; Job costs.
10Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence re: pneumatic tube system, 1962-63.
11Dallas County Government Center; Lab reports from Pittsburgh Testing Lab.
12Dallas County Government Center; Lab reports from Southwestern Labs.
13Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence re: Laundry, 1962.
14Dallas County Government Center; Transmittal.
15Dallas County Government Center; Notes.
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211Dallas County Government Center; Contract documents and addendum.
2Dallas County Government Center; Recording of conference, 1963.
3Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence re: demolition.
4Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence re: foundation investigation.
5Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence re: William K. Hall including lighting product information and blueprints.
6Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence re: Parking.
7Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence with Wilhide Equipment Company including blueline.
8Dallas County Government Center; Notes from the Architects weekly meetings.
9Dallas County Government Center; Clippings.
10Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence with Southwestern Lab, 1962-64.
11Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence with S-K Furniture Company, 1963-67.
12Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence with Marvin Springer, 1960.
13Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence with Vertical Blind Corporation of America, 1963-64.
14Dallas County Government Center; General contract progress report, 1963-66.
15Dallas County Government Center; Building planning, 1959-62.
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221Dallas County Government Center; Cost estimates.
2Dallas County Government Center; Telegram addendum, 1963.
3Dallas County Government Center; Prospective bidders, 1962-64.
4Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence with Rudmore and Associates, Acoustical Consultants.
5Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence with Southwestern Steel Company including blueline.
6Dallas County Government Center; Correspondence re: bidding, plans and specifications.
7Dallas County Government Center; Bidding requests for plans and specifications, 1962.
8Dallas County Government Center; Bid tabulations.
9Dallas County Government Center; Architects daily construction reports, #5902, 1965-66.
10Dallas County Government Center; Architects daily construction reports, #5902, 1964-65.
11Dallas County Government Center; Architects daily construction reports, #5902, 1963-64.
12Dallas County Government Center; Architects daily construction reports, #5902, 1963.
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231Dallas County Government Center; Kennedy Memorial, 1969.
2Dallas County Government Center; Study of space needs, Final Report, 1961.
3Dallas County Government Center; Wilbur Smith and Associates, Parking Feasibility Report.
4Dallas County Government Center; Architects expense statements, Parking structure, #6511, 1968-71.
5Dallas County Government Center Parking Structure; Correspondence re: fees and licenses, #6511, 1968.
6Dallas County Government Center Parking Structure; Contract T.Y.Lyn and Associates, 1967-68.
7Dallas County Government Center Parking Structure; Memos, 1965-71.
8Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Bidders list and tabulations, 1968.
9Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Prospective bidders, 1967-68.
10Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Certificates for payment, 1968.
11Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Checks deposited, 1968.
12Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Cost estimates, 1966.
13Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Estimates, 1966-67.
14Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Correspondence with Count Auditor, 1968-69.
15Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Fees paid, 1969-71.
16Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Correspondence with William K. Hall, 1967-70.
17Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Insurance, Robert McKee, 1968.
18Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Correspondence with Judges and court, 1962-70.
19Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Architect's Contracts and statements, 1965-70.
20Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Correspondence with Architects, 1963-70.
21Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Broad and Nelson expense statements.
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241Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Addenda 1968.
2Dallas County Government Center; Agreement with M. Davis Alexander, 1967.
3Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Change orders, 1969-70.
4Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Change orders, 1968-69.
5Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Court orders, 1965-70.
6Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Job notes including bluelines, 1967.
7Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Correspondence with T.Y. Lyn and Associates, 1968-71.
8Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Correspondence with Mason Johnston, 1967-69.
9Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; General correspondence, 1965-69.
10Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Correspondence with Robert E. McKee, 1968-71.
11Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Proposed plans including foundation investigation, 1967.
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251Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Shilstone, Zetlin, TXI, 1969-70.
2Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Lab reports, 1969-70.
3Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Extensions, 1968-70.
4Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Correspondence with C. E. Overbeck, 1967-70.
5Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Newspaper clippings, 1966-70.
6Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Punch list and copies of guarantees, 1970.
7Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Parking concession, 1969-70.
8Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Progress photographs and related correspondence.
9Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Progress photographs and related correspondence.
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261Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Progress photographs and related correspondence.
2Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Site information including bluelines, 1952-57.
3Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Lab tests, 1968-69.
4Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Structural, soil and trees, 1967.
5Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Mechanical and electrical, 1967.
6Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Elevators including bluelines and blacklines, 1967.
7Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Miscellaneous, 1967.
8Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Weekly job reports, 1968-70.
9Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Pre-qualification of bidders, 1961-68. (1 of 3).
10Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Pre-qualification of bidders, 1961-68. (2 of 3).
11Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Pre-qualification of bidders, 1961-68. (3 of 3)
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271Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Main Street Tunnel, 1969-70.
2Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Selection of materials, 1968-70.
3Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Suspense includes blueline, 1968-69.
4Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Addendum Notes, 1968.
5Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Lab tests, 1968-69.
6Dallas County Government Center Parking Facility; Lab tests, 1968-69.
7Dallas County Records Building; 5th floor and Blk. bound by Main, Record, Commerce and Market, Demolition, #6601, 1966-69.
8Dallas County Records Building; Demolition correspondence, #6708, 1967-68.
9Dallas County Records Building; Bids, contracts, alterations and statements, #6708, 1967-69.
10Dallas - Elm Fork Water Plant; Myers and Noyes, Engineers, contract and vouchers.
11Dallas - Filtration Plant, Dallas Water Works; Myers and Noyes, Engineers, 1950, see also the photograph series.
12Dallas - Ross Avenue Fire Station.
13Dallas - Lockhead Center, 1942-46.
14Dallas - Park Board; Randall Park Comfort Station, 1924.
15Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, Lab reports, 1947-49.
16Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, contracts and vouchers, 1947-50.
17Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, 1946-47.
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281Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, Completion, 1949-50.
2Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, Correspondence, 1947-49.
3Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, Change orders, 1948-49.
4Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, J. E. Morgan, Contractor, Monthly estimates, 1948-50.
5Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, Weekly progress reports, 1948.
6Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, Spencer Plumbing, vochers and correspondence, 1948-49.
7Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, Libecap Electric, vouchers and change orders, 1948-49.
8Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, Time extension requests, 1948-49.
9Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, Libecap Electric, correspondence, 1948-49.
10Dallas - Board of Education; Cockrell Hill School, J.E. Morgan, correspondence, 1948-51.
11Dallas - Independent School District; Alamo School, 1928.
12Dallas - Independent School District; Athletic Stadium, Job notes, #5313-01, 1953.
13Dallas - Independent School District; Athletic Stadium, Acklin Electric Company, #5313-H, 1954.
14Dallas - Independent School District; Athletic Stadium, Contract and vouchers, #5313-F, 1954.
15Dallas - Independent School District; Athletic Stadium, Change orders, #5313-H-I, 1954.
16Dallas - Independent School District; Athletic Stadium, Block Construction Company, #5313-L, 1954.
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291Dallas - Independent School District; Athletic Stadium, Lab reports, #5313-N, 1954.
2Dallas - Independent School District; Athletic Stadium, Miscellaneous including blueline, #5313-0, 1953-54.
3Dallas - Independent School District; Athletic Stadium, Plans, #5313-P, 1954.
4Dallas - Independent School District; Athletic Stadium, Weekly job reports, #5313-U, 1954.
5Dallas - Independent School District; B.F. Darrell School, 1925.
6Dallas - Independent School District; B.F. Darrell School, Repairing 1928.
7Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Master list of files, #5407.
8Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Correspondence with the School Board including a reproduction of the drawing of the school, 1954-58.
9Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Mark Lemmon, Consulting Architect, 1955-58.
10Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Architects contracts and statements, 1953-57.
11Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School,Associate architects working agreement and expense statements, Caudill, Rowlett and Scott, 1953-57.
12Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Associate architects correspondence, Caudill, Rowlett and Scott, 1953-56.
13Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Frank Chappell, Consulting Engineer (structural), 1955-56.
14Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Zumwalt and Vinther, Consulting Engineers (mechanical), 1955-58.
15Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Building cost estimates, 1956.
16Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Bidders request for plans, 1956.
17Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Tabulation of bids.
18Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Correspondence with General Contractor, Steinberg and Sons, 1956-58.
19Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, General Contractor, contracts and estimates, 1956-58.
20Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, General Contractor, change orders, 1957-58.
21Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Mechanical Contractor correspondence, 1956-58.
22Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Mechanical Contractor, contracts and estimates, 1956-58.
23Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Mechanical Contractors' change orders including blueline, 1957-58.
24Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Correspondence with Electrical Contractor, 1956-58.
25Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Electrical Contractor, contract and estimates, 1956-58.
26Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Electrical Contractor, change orders, 1957.
27Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Color Selection, 1955-57.
28Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Progressive Architecture Design Award, 1953-57.
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301Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Weekly construction reports, 1956-58.
2Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Lab reports, 1956-57.
3Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Shop drawings, 1956.
4Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Miscellaneous including telephone recordings.
5Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Job notes including bluelines, 1954-56.
6Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, Site drainage, 1958.
7Dallas - Independent School District; Jno. H. Brown School, Addition, 1924.
8Dallas - Independent School District; Lagow School, includes drawing, 1926.
9Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, includes blueprint, 1948-50.
10Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, Correspondence, 1948-50, including floor plan and rendering.
11Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, J.W. Bateson Company, estimates and time extension requests, 1949-50.
12Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, Weekly job reports.
13Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, Contracts and vouchers, 1948-51.
14Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, A-Bright Electric, Correspondence and estimates, 1949-50.
15Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, Correspondence with the Board of Education, 1934-38, includes contract.
16Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, Change orders.
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311Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, Completion file, includes blueprint, 1950-52.
2Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, Estimates, 1937-38.
3Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, Lab reports, 1948-49.
4Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, Correspondence, 1949-50.
5Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, Correspondence with Levy Plumbing includes estimates, 1949-50.
6Dallas - Independent School District; Maple Lawn School, 1932.
7Dallas - Independent School District; Portable Schools, 1928.
8Dallas - Independent School District; O. M. Roberts Addition, 1923-24.
9Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Master file list, #5403.
10Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Correspondence with the School Board, 1954-57.
11Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Mark Lemmon, Consulting Architect, 1954-55.
12Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Contract and statements, 1954-55.
13Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Chappell, Consulting Engineer, foundation investigation, 1954-56.
14Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Blum and Guererro, Consulting Mechanical Engineers, 1955-56.
15Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Building cost estimates.
16Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Bidders request for plans, 1955.
17Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Tabulation of bids.
18Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, General Contractor correspondence, 1955-56.
19Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, General Contractor, contract and estimates, 1955-56.
20Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, General Contractor, change orders, 1955-56.
21Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Mechanical Contractor correspondence, 1955-57.
22Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Mechanical Contractor, contract and estimates. 1955-56.
23Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Mechanical Contractor, change orders, 1956-57.
24Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Electrical Contractor correspondence, 1955-56.
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321Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Electrical Contractor, contract and estimates, 1955-57.
2Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Materials Approvals.
3Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Color Selection, 1955-56.
4Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Weekly construction reports, 1955-57.
5Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Lab reports, 1955-56.
6Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Miscellaneous, 1954-56.
7Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Job notes including plot plan, 1953-54.
8Dallas - Independent School District; Pershing Elementary, Shop Drawings, 1955-56.
9Dallas - Independent School District; Trinity Heights School Addition, 1925.
10Dallas - Independent School District; Trinity Heights School Addition, 1922-23.
11Dallas - Independent School District; Wheatly School, 1929.
12Dallas Athletic Club; Mr. Howell, 1948.
13Dallas Athletic Club; Bluelines, equipment and product information, 1948.
14Dallas Athletic Club; Contract and vouchers.
15Dallas Athletic Club; Contractor bids, 1948.
16Dallas Athletic Club; Correspondence including blueprint and blueline.
17Dallas Athletic Club; Floor plans and site plans.
18Dallas Baptist College; Addenda including blueline, 1964.
19Dallas Baptist College; Architect's contracts and statements, #6101, 1961-68.
20Dallas Baptist College; Bid tabulations and correspondence, #6101, 1964.
21Dallas Baptist College; Architect's notes including three color photographs and drawings, #6101.
22Dallas Baptist College; Architect's costs, 1963-66.
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331Dallas Baptist College; T.C. Bateson Construction Company, contracts, #6101, 1964.
2Dallas Baptist College;C.C. Colvert, Consultant in Junior College Education, #6101, 1963-65.
3Dallas Baptist College; T.C. Bateson Construction Company, correspondence including blackline, 1964-66, #6101.
4Dallas Baptist College; T.C. Bateson, Certificates for payment, #6101, 1964-65.
5Dallas Baptist College; T.C. Bateson, Change orders, #6101, 1965-66.
6Dallas Baptist College; Dormitories, Certificates for payment, #6101, 1964-65.
7Dallas Baptist College; Correspondence with Decatur Baptist College, #6101, 1963-65.
8Dallas Baptist College; Development Office correspondence, #6101, 1965-66.
9Dallas Baptist College; Deposits on plans and list of bidders, #6101, 1964.
10Dallas Baptist College; Confidential file, #6101, 1963-65.
11Dallas Baptist College; Correspondence re: dormitories, #6101, 1964-68.
12Dallas Baptist College; Brochures, pamphlets, etc., #6101, 1963-66.
13Dallas Baptist College; Burden Brothers correspondence, #6101, 1965.
14Dallas Baptist College; Caudill, Rowlett and Scott correspondence, #6101.
15Dallas Baptist College; Correspondence re: Change orders, #6101, 1964-65.
16Dallas Baptist College; Estimated costs, #6101, 1964-65.
17Dallas Baptist College; Fees paid, #6101, 1964-68.
18Dallas Baptist College; Ground breaking, #6101, 1964.
19Dallas Baptist College; Food facilities space requirements, #6101.
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341Dallas Baptist College; Furnishings, #6101, 1964-65.
2Dallas Baptist College; Insurance, #6101, 1964-66.
3Dallas Baptist College; Job notes including blueling and 7 b&w photographs, #6101, 1964-65.
4Dallas Baptist College; Texas Testing Labs, Inc., Lab report, #6101, 1964-65.
5Dallas Baptist College; Mason-Johnson, Geologists and Engineers, includes photogrammetric study, #6101, 1963-64.
6Dallas Baptist College; Meetings, #6101, 1963-66.
7Dallas Baptist College; Memorandums, #6101, 1965.
8Dallas Baptist College; Memorandums, #6101, 1963-64.
9Dallas Baptist College; Miscellaneous correspondence, #6101, 1959-67.
10Dallas Baptist College; Plans, first submission, #6101, 1963.
11Dallas Baptist College; Plans, revised, #6101, 1963.
12Dallas Baptist College; Newspaper clippings, #6101, 1961-68.
13Dallas Baptist College; Pier data, #6101.
14Dallas Baptist College; Prospective bidders, #6101, 1961-64.
15Dallas Baptist College; Building description and preliminary cost estimate, #6101.
16Dallas Baptist College; Proposal form and addendum #1 & 2, #6101, 1964.
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351Dallas Baptist College; Selection of materials, colors, etc., #6101, 1964-65.
2Dallas Baptist College; Hardware schedule, #6101.
3Dallas Baptist College; Correspondence re: Shop drawings, #6101, 1964.
4Dallas Baptist College; Dr. Otis Strickland correspondence, #6101, 1963-66.
5Dallas Baptist College; Prospective suppliers, #6101, 1963-64.
6Dallas Baptist College;College Steering Committee correspondence, #6101, 1958-61.
7Dallas Baptist College; Fund raising organization correspondence, #6101, 1961.
8Dallas Baptist College; Second preliminary report, #6101, 1957-60.
9Dallas Baptist College; Recorded conference notes, #6101, 1963.
10Dallas Baptist College; Weekly job reports, #6101, 1964-65.
11Dallas Baptist College; Architect's notes, #6101, 1964-68.
12Dallas Baptist College; Change orders, #6101, 1967.
13Dallas Baptist College; T.C. Bateson Construction Company correspondence, #6101, 1965-68.
14Dallas Baptist College; Gym correspondence, #6101.
15Dallas Baptist College; Gym, Fees paid, #6101, 1967-68.
16Dallas Baptist College; Gym, Lab reports, #6101, 1967.
17Dallas Baptist College; Gym, Mason-Johnson Report, Geologists and Engineers, #6101, 1967.
18Dallas Baptist College; Gym, Plumbing, heating, air conditioning and electrical #6101, 1967.
19Dallas Baptist College; Gym, Punch list, #6101, 1968.
20Dallas Baptist College; Gym, Transmittals #6101, 1967-68.
21Dallas Baptist College; Gym, Weekly job reports #6101, 1967.
22Dallas Housing Authority, 1939.
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361Dallas Country Club; Contract and vouchers, #5402, 1954.
2Dallas Country Club; Miscellaneous, #5402, 1954.
3Dallas Milk Company; Milk Plant, 1925.
4Dallas Milk Company; Addition, 1929.
5Dallas Theological Seminary; Master plan, 1957 and 1965.
6Dallas Theological Seminary; Additions to classroom building, 1954-55.
7Dallas Theological Seminary; Administration building remodel, #6001, 1959-60.
8Dallas Theological Seminary; Contract, 1950-51.
9Dallas Seminary; Elevations.
10Dallas Theological Seminary; Job notes including plumbing and furniture information, 1964.
11Dallas Theological Seminary; Weekly job reports.
12Dallas Theological Seminary; Correspondence including blueline, 1951-54. (1 of 2)
13Dallas Theological Seminary; Correspondence including blueline, 1951-54. (2 of 2)
14Dallas Theological Seminary; CMP application and approval, 1951-52.
15Dallas Tile Company; Correspondence, 1952.
16Dance Pavilion; Blueprints and drawings.
17David, Kaufman; Store remodeling, 1924.
18Davis, Ralph; Restaurant, includes sketch, 1946.
19Dennison - Schools and institutional commissions.
20Dolph Apartment; Blueprint.
21Dresser Industries Center, Houston, #5706, 1957.
22Eastern Star Home; Porch, 1930.
23Eldridge Building, Texarkana, includes drawings, 1930-31.
24Elm and St. Paul Building in association with Alfred C. Finn; General including 4-b & w photographs and blueprints, 1938.
25Elm and St. Paul Building in association with Alfred C. Finn; Lab tests, 1938.
26Elm and St. Paul Building in association with Alfred C. Finn; Estimates for payment, 1938.
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371England's Electric Shop; Store building, 1928-31.
2Estes, W. H.; Site plan and bill, 1954-56.
3Evans, Ellen, B.; Garage building, 1927.
4Fairman, Earl; Hunting lodge and stables, Goldthwaite.
5Farmer's Branch Industrial District; Shopping Center, 1953.
6Ferris Office, 1930.
7Ferris, Royal A., Jr.; Club house and Keeper's house, 1927.
8Ferris, Royal A., Jr.; Lodge addition, 1923.
9Ferris, Royal A., Residence, includes blueprints, 1945-48.
10Field Street Baptist Church, Cleburne; Floor plan and sketches, 1945-48.
11First Baptist Church, Arlington; Correspondence and superintendent report, 1946-49.
12First Baptist Church, Arlington; Correspondence, 1946-50.
13First Baptist Church, Arlington; Change orders, 1946-47.
14First Baptist Church, Arlington; Light fixtures, 1946-47.
15First Baptist Church, Arlington; Monthly vouchers and contracts, 1945-47.
16First Baptist Church, Arlington; Test reports, 1945-46.
17First Baptist Church, Corsicana; Contract and vouchers.
18First Baptist Church, Dennison; L.M.Newsome, Chairman of Building Commission, 1945.
19First Baptist Church, Gainsville, 1941-43.
20First M - E Church, Dallas; Repairs, 1926.
21First National Bank, Grand Prairie; Fixtures and finishes proposals, 1953.
22First National Bank, Grand Prairie; Contract, 1952-53.
23First National Bank, Grand Prairie; Correspondence including telephone recordings.
24First National Bank, Mesquite; Foundation investigation, 1959.
25First National Bank, Mesquite; Air conditioning data including bluelines, 1961.
26First National Bank, Mesquite; Correspondence, 1958-64.
27First National Bank, Mesquite; Furniture and interiors, 1961.
28First National Bank, Mesquite; Miscellaneous correspondence, 1959-61.
29First National Bank, Mesquite; Cost estimates, 1959-61.
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381First National Bank, Mesquite; Mulhauser, Holmes and Riggs correspondence, 1960-61.
2First National Bank, Mesquite; Architect's contract and statements, 1959-61.
3First National Bank, Mesquite; Floor plan.
4First National Bank, Mesquite; Equipment and furnishings, 1959-61.
5First National Bank, Mesquite; Soil investigation, 1959-61.
6First National Bank, Mesquite; Weekly job reports, 1961.
7First National Bank, Mesquite; R.L.Rolfe, Structural Engineer, 1959-61.
8First National Bank, Mesquite; Zumwalt and Vinther, Mechanical Engineers, 1961-62.
9First National Bank, Mesquite; Texas Distributors correspondence, 1961.
10First National Bank, Mesquite; Miller and Norton correspondence, 1959-61.
11First National Bank, Mesquite; Lab reports, 1961.
12First Presbyterian Church, Arlington; #5206, 1955-58.
13First Presbyterian Church, Arlington; Contract and vouchers, #5206, 1955-56.
14First Presbyterian Church, Arlington; Correspondence, #5206, 1947-64.
15First Presbyterian Church, Arlington; Job notes including floor plan, #5206, 1954.
16First Presbyterian Church, Arlington; Correspondence re: plans, #5206.
17First Presbyterian Church, Arlington; Hillin and Samanie, Contractors, #5206, 1955-56.
18First Presbyterian Church, Arlington; Change orders, #5206, 1955-56.
19First Presbyterian Church, Arlington; Estimates, #5206.
20First Presbyterian Church, Arlington; Lab reports, #5206, 1955.
21First Presbyterian Church, Arlington; Weekly job reports,#5206, 1955-56.
22Fisher, E.P.; Residence, 1928-29.
23Fisher, Harry A.; Residence, 1923.
24Fisher, W. W.; Residence, 1924.
25Fisher Supply Company; Warehouse includes blueprint, 1923-24.
26Frank, D. A.; Store, 1925.
27Gainsville First Baptist Church; Gainesville, Estimates and change orders, 1938-39.
28Gainsville First Baptist Church; Sunday School building, Gainsville, W. H. Wallace, General Contractor.
29Garden Club of America; Memorial, includes drawing (plan and elevation), 1945-46.
30Garland - Auditorium and Library, 1933.
31Garland - High School; Addition, 1925.
32Garland Bank and Trust; Dyer Construction Company correspondence including bluelines, 1965.
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391Garland Bank and Trust; Garland, Finish hardware, 1965.
2Garland Bank and Trust; Insulation, 1965.
3Garland Bank and Trust; Doors, glass wall and windows including bluelines, 1965-66.
4Garland Bank and Trust; Toilet partitions and accessories including bluelines, 1965-67.
5Garland Bank and Trust; Mail Box and chute including bluelines, 1965.
6Garland Bank and Trust; Kitchenette unit, 1965.
7Garland Bank and Trust; Directory including blueline, 1965.
8Garland Bank and Trust; Bank equipment including bluelines, 1965-66.
9Garland Bank and Trust; Miscellaneous equipment including bluelines, 1966.
10Garland Bank and Trust; Plumbing, mechanical and electrical including bluelines, 1966.
11Garland Bank and Trust; Construction contract negotiations, 1962.
12Garland Hospital; Garland, Lab reports, 1963.
13Garland Hospital; Burden Brothers, Inc. correspondence, 1962-65.
14Garland Hospital; Return of deposit checks, 1963-63.
15Garland Hospital; Construction memos, 1962-63.
16Garland Hospital; Memorandums, 1962-64.
17Garland Hospital; Manhattan Construction Company, estimates, 1962-63.
18Garland Hospital; Manhattan Construction Company, change orders including bluelines, 1962-64. (1 of 2)
19Garland Hospital; Manhattan Construction Company, change orders, 1963. (2 of 2)
20Garland Hospital; Hospital Board correspondence including 2- b&w photographs, 1959-65.
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401Garland Hospital; Correspondence re: insurance, 1962.
2Garland Hospital; Job notes and cost estimates, 1959-61.
3Garland Hospital; Gable Electric correspondence, 1964-65.
4Garland Hospital; H. Dan Heyn correspondence, 1962.
5Garland Hospital; Manhattan Construction Company Brochure, 1962.
6Garland Hospital; Lab reports, 1963.
7Garland Hospital; Clippings, 1959-65.
8Garland Hospital; Sam A. Wing Company correspondence, 1962-63.
9Garland Hospital; Bidders correspondence, 1961-62.
10Garland Hospital; Manhattan Construction Company contracts, 1962-63.
11Garland Hospital; Mulhauser, Holmes and Riggs correspondence, 1961-64.
12Garland Hospital; Miscellaneous correspondence, 1960-65.
13Garland Hospital; Foundation investigation, 1962.
14Garland Hospital; Zumwalt and Vinther correspondence, 1961-64.
15Garland Hospital; Mason - Johnston and Associates, 1959-62.
16Garland Hospital; Kenneth Nuhn, Consulting Architect, correspondence.
17Garland Hospital; Performance and payment bond, 1962-63.
18Garland Hospital; X-Ray equipment, data and correspondence, 1963.
19Garland Hospital; J.G. Threadgill, Engineer, correspondence, 1962.
20Garland Hospital; Texas Department of Health correspondence, 1959-64.
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411Garland Hospital; John Shaw correspondence, 1962-70.
2Garland Hospital; R.L.Rolfe correspondence, 1962-63.
3Garland Hospital; Pamphlets.
4Garland Hospital; Manhattan Construction Company correspondence, 1962-65.
5Garland - Power Plant; Additions, 1938.
6Garland State Bank and Shopping Center; Howard Musick, Architect, Garland, 1958.
7General Electric Computer Center; Architect's contracts and statements, #6103, 1961-62.
8General Electric Computer Center; Wilson Properties correspondence, 1961-63.
9General Electric Computer Center; General Electric correspondence, 1961-62.
10General Electric Computer Center; Memos, 1961-62.
11General Electric Computer Center; William K. Hall correspondence, 1961.
12General Electric Computer Center; Lab reports, 1961-62.
13General Electric Computer Center; Julian Barry, General Contractor, correspondence.
14General Electric Computer Center; Job notes.
15General Electric Computer Center; Miscellaneous correspondence, 1961-62.
16General Electric Computer Center; Working drawings.
17General Electric Computer Center; Specifications folder, 1959-61.
18General Electric Computer Center; Site preparation manuals.
19Gibraltor Insurance Company of America, 1950.
20Gideon, S.F., Professor; 1941-41.
21Godwin Hotel, Denton, 1933-37.
22Grandstaff; Residence, 1929.
23Graphic Arts Building, 1946.
24Greenville Avenue Christian Church; Contract and vouchers, 1947-48.
25Gregg County Airport; Includes blueprint and maps, 1944-47.
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421Gregg County Airport; H.E. White, Contractor, 1945-47.
2Gregg County Airport; Daily reports including clippings, 1945-46.
3Gregg County Airport; Weekly job reports, 1950.
4Gregg County Airport; Additions, 1949-52.
5Gregg County Airport; Monthly vouchers and contracts, 1949-50.
6Gregg County Airport; Semi-Final Settlement, 1946-47.
7Gregg County Airport; Correspondence, 1945-46.
8Gregg County Airport; Test reports, 1945-46.
9Hardware Mutual Casualty Company; Correspondence, #5907, 1959-60.
10Hardware Mutual Casualty Company; Architect contracts and statements, 1960.
11Hardware Mutual Casualty Company; Job notes and shop drawings transmittals, 1959-61.
12Hardware Mutual Casualty Company; Lab reports, 1959.
13Hanna, T.P.; Residence, 1939.
14Hawn Lumber Company, Athens; Includes blueprint, 1949-51.
15Hensley Field Gates; Drawing.
16Hewitt, George W.; Residence remodel, 1933.
17Higgenbothem, R. Wilson; Residence, 1950-51.
18Highland Park - Independent School District; High School, includes blueprint, 1943-46.
19Highland Park - Independent School District; High School, J.L. O'Rourke, General Contractor, 1949-50.
20Highland Park - Independent School District; High School, Estimates, 1949-50.
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431Highland Park - Independent School District; High School, includes drawings and blueprints, 1944-46.
2Highland Park - Independent School District; High School, Change orders, 1949-50.
3Highland Park - Independent School District; High School, Lab equipment, 1950.
4Highland Park - Independent School District; High School, Miscellaneous including blueprint, 1949-52.
5Highland Park - Independent School District; High School, Vouchers, 1949-51.
6Highland Park - Independent School District; High School, Weekly job reports, 1949-51.
7Hinnant Business Building; Change orders, 1945-46.
8Hinnant Business Building; Contract and vouchers, 1945-46.
9Hinnant Business Building; Includes drawings and blueprints, 1946.
10Holland Lodge; Recording of telephone call and transcript, 1953.
11Hope Cottage; Addition.
12Hope Cottage Infant Sanitarium, 1923.
13Howard Clinic; Miscellaneous including drawings, 1955-58.
14Hubbard Hot Well Company, Hubbard, 1922.
15Huey and Philip; Warehouse, drawings.
16Hughs Industrial District, Abilene; #5607, 1956-57.
17Hull - Dobbs Enterprises, Memphis, Tennessee, 1944-45.
18Illingworth, Jesse; Garage, 1920.
19Insurance Company of North America; Empire Central Insurance Building, Fire list and correspondence, #5803, 1957-59.
20Insurance Company of North America; Empire Central Insurance Building, Contracts and shop drawings, #5803, 1959.
21Insurance Company of North America; Empire Central Insurance Building, George Kane correspondence, #5803, 1958-59.
22Insurance Company of North America; Empire Central Insurance Building, General Contractor correspondence, #5803, 1958-59.
23Insurance Company of North America; Empire Central Insurance Building, Lab reports, #5803, 1959.
24Insurance Company of North America; Empire Central Insurance Building, Miscellaneous including 5-b&w photographs, #5803, 1958-59.
25Insurance Company of Texas, 1952.
26Interstate Circuit, Inc.; Theater includes 6-b&w photographs, 1950-52.
27Interstate Circuit, Inc.; Theater, contracts and vouchers, 1947-50.
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441J.L. Williams and Company, Inc.; Empire Central Office Building, 1962.
2J.L. Williams and Company, Inc.; Empire Central Office Building, #6203, 1962-64.
3J.L. Williams and Company, Inc.; Empire Central Office Building, rough specifications.
4Jackson, Anne Dealey; Residence, 1939.
5Jackson, Rice; Residence.
6Jacksonville Presbyterian Church, Jacksonville, with Donald Harris.
7Jefferson Tower; Republic National Life Building, 1952-53.
8Kilgore College, Kilgore; Administration Building, 1951.
9Kilgore College; J.R.Bell correspondence.
10Kilgore College; J.R.Bell contract and vouchers, 1950-52.
11Kilgore College; Correspondence including telephone recordings, blueprints, and 13-b&w photographs, 1950-52.
12Kilgore College; Auditorium change orders, 1951-52.
13Kilgore College; J.L.Downing, Architect, includes telephone recordings and blueprints, 1951-52. (1 of 2)
14Kilgore College; J.L.Downing, Architect, includes telephone recordings and blueprints, 1951-52. (2 of 2)
15Kilgore College; Downing payments, 1950-51.
16Kilgore College; Lab reports, 1950-51.
17Kilgore College; Stage equipment, 1950-51.
18Kilgore College; Dr. Rudmose fee, 1950-52.
19Kilgore College; Weekly job report, 1950-52.
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451Lacy, L.H.; Store Building, includes blueprint, 1923.
2Lamar County Fair Property, Paris; Proposed improvements, including drawings, 1934.
3La Rue; Residence, Athens, 1930.
4Lawther, Harry; Residence, 1926.
5Leachman; Residence, #5507.
6Leachman, Neth; Residence, #5205 and 5207, 1952-54.
7Leachman, Neth; Residence, Monthly statements and change orders, 1952-53.
8Leachman, Neth; Residence, Proposals and contract, 1952.
9Leachman, Neth; Residence, Weekly job reports, 1952-53.
10Leftwich, S.M.; Residence, 1939-40.
11Legal Tower; includes drawings, 1931.
12Leonard, Dr. E.J.; Warehouse, Garland, #5908 including drawings, 1959.
13Leonard, Dr. E.J.; Property Development Analysis including blueprint, #4610, 1946.
14Lipscomb, M.G.; Residence, 1923.
15Little Rock Medical Arts, 1928-29.
16Livestock Coliseum, State Fair Park; #5716, 1957-58.
17Locke, Locke and Purnell; Bill, 1948.
18Locker Plants, Goldthwaite and DeLeon.
19Love Field; Administration Building, General correspondence, 1938.
20Love Field; Administration Building, includes site drawing, 1940.
21Love Field; Administration Building, City vs. Mechanical Contractor, 1941.
22Love Field; Administration Building, AAA Sheetmetal Company, sub-contract H & G Air Conditioning, 1939-41.
23Love Field; Administration Building, Cost estimates, Set #10, 1939.
24Love Field; Administration Building, Contract file, 1938-40.
25Love Field; Administration Building, Wood and Scurlock, general, 1940.
26Love Field; Administration Building, Wood and Scurlock, estimates for payment, 1940.
27Love Field; Administration Building, E.A. Baugh, Director of Public Works, 1940.
28Love Field; Administration Building, Mechanical, 1938-40.
29Love Field; Administration Building, Tests, 1940.
30Love Field; Administration Building, Extras and credit, 1940.
31Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Master list of files, #5605.
32Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Correspondence, 1957-59.
33Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Correspondence with city, 1957-60.
34Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Jack Corgan, Associate Architect includes b&w photograph of drawing, 1956-60.
35Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Contract and statements, owner - architects, 1955-59.
36Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Architects expense statements, 1957-59.
37Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, J.E.Morgan and Sons, General Contractor correspondence, 1957-60.
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461Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, J.E. Morgan, contract and estimates, 1957-59.
2Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, J.E.Morgan, change orders, 1958-59.
3Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Sands, Electrical Contractor, correspondence, 1958-59.
4Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Sands, Electrical Contractor, contracts and estimates, 1957-59.
5Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Sands, Electrical Contractor, change orders, 1958.
6Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Cowser, Mechanical Contractor, correspondence, 1957-60.
7Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Cowser, Mechanical Contractor, contracts and estimates, 1957-59.
8Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Cowser, Mechanical Contractor, change orders, 1958.
9Love Field; American Airlines Hangar,Fire Protection Contract with Grinnell Company, Inc., 1957-60.
10Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Grinnell Company, contract and estimates, 1957-58.
11Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Mason - Johnston Soil Investigation, 1956-58.
12Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Zumwalt and Vinther, Mechanical Engineers, 1957-58.
13Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Forrest and Cotton, Consulting Engineers, Sitework, 1957-58.
14Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Tabulation of bids, 1957.
15Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Miscellaneous correspondence, 1956-60.
16Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Weekly job reports, 1958.
17Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Lab reports, 1958.
18Love Field; American Airlines Hangar, Progress photographs.
19Love Field; Braniff Hangar, 1940.
20Love Field; Delta Hangar, Master file list, #5611.
21Love Field; Delta Hangar, City of Dallas correspondence, 1956-59.
22Love Field; Delta Hangar, Delta Airlines correspondence, 1956-61.
23Love Field; Delta Hangar, Forrest and Cotton, Consulting Engineers, 1956-58.
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471Love Field; Delta Hangar, Jack Corgan, Associate Architect, correspondence, 1956-58.
2Love Field; Delta Hangar, Architects contract and statements, 1956-59.
3Love Field; Delta Hangar, Architects expense statements, 1957-59.
4Love Field; Delta Hangar, Zumwalt and Vinther, Consulting Engineers, 1956-58.
5Love Field; Delta Hangar, A. M. Brenneke, Consulting Engineers (site), 1956-58.
6Love Field; Delta Hangar, Mason - Johnston, Consulting Engineers (soil), 1956-58.
7Love Field; Delta Hangar, Austin Paving Company (site), correspondence.
8Love Field; Delta Hangar, Austin Paving Company, contracts and estimates, 1957-58.
9Love Field; Delta Hangar, Austin Paving Company, change orders, 1957-58.
10Love Field; Delta Hangar, Erwin Newman Company (structural steel), correspondence, 1957-59.
11Love Field; Delta Hangar, Erwin Newman Company, contracts and estimates, 1957-58.
12Love Field; Delta Hangar, Erwin Newman Company, change orders, 1958.
13Love Field; Delta Hangar, Bock Construction Company, correspondence including blueprint, 1957-59.
14Love Field; Delta Hangar, Bock Construction Company, contracts and estimates, 1957-58.
15Love Field; Delta Hangar, Bock Construction Company, change orders, 1957-58.
16Love Field; Delta Hangar, George Linskie Company, Plumbing and Heating, correspondence, 1957-59.
17Love Field; Delta Hangar, George Linskie Company, contract and estimates, 1957-58.
18Love Field; Delta Hangar, George Linskie Company, change orders, 1958.
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481Love Field; Delta Hangar, Sands Electric Company, correspondence, 1957-59.
2Love Field; Delta Hangar, Sands Electric Company, contracts and estimates, 1957-58.
3Love Field; Delta Hangar, Sands Electric Company, change orders, 1958.
4Love Field; Delta Hangar, Federal Sign Company, correspondence, 1957-59.
5Love Field; Delta Hangar, Federal Sign Company, contracts and estimates, 1957.
6Love Field; Delta Hangar, Color selection, 1957-58.
7Love Field; Delta Hangar, E. O. Daugherty, Project Engineer, correspondence, 1957-58.
8Love Field; Delta Hangar, Weekly job reports, 1957-58.
9Love Field; Delta Hangar, Lab reports, 1957-58.
10Love Field; Delta Hangar, Progress photographs.
11Love Field; Delta Hangar, Miscellaneous, 1957-58.
12Love Field; City of Dallas, Contracts and agreements, 1944-52.
13Love Field; City of Dallas, Correspondence, 1944.
14Love Field; Control Tower, Miscellaneous including blueline, 1950.
15Love Field; Control Tower, Correspondence including blackline, 1950-52.
16Love Field; Control Tower, Color notes and clippings.
17Love Field; Control Tower, Job notes including drawings, blueprints and bluelines, 1940-59.
18Love Field; East Wing Building, Temporary job, 1946-47.
19Love Field; East Wing Building, Change orders, 1946-48.
20Love Field; East Wing Building, Monthly estimates, 1946-47.
21Love Field; East Wing Building, Extras unapproved, 1946-47.
22Love Field; East Wing Building, General information including drawing and blueprints, 1946-47.
23Love Field; East Wing Building, A. J. Rife, 1946-47.
24Love Field; East Wing Building, Superintendents reports, 1946.
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491Love Field; East Wing Building, Test reports, 1946-47.
2Love Field; East Wing Building, Time extensions, 1946-47.
3Love Field; East Wing Building, Vouchers, 1946-48.
4Love Field; General correspondence including blueprints, 1944-62.
5Love Field; North Wing, includes drawing and blacklines.
6Love Field; North Wing, Change orders, 1947-48.
7Love Field; North Wing, Monthly statements, 1947-48.
8Love Field; North Wing, Subcontracts, 1947.
9Love Field; North Wing, Alterations including blueprints and bluelines, 1946-49.
10Love Field; North Wing, Lab reports, 1947.
11Love Field; North Wing, Time extensions, 1947.
12Love Field; North Wing, Vouchers, 1947-48.
13Love Field; Post Office additions, 1961-62.
14Love Field; Terminal Building, Bid proposal form, 1955.
15Love Field; Terminal Building, Bidders and vouchers, 1944-45.
16Love Field; Terminal Building, Proposed additions, 1960.
17Love Field; Terminal Building, Site plan.
18Love Field; Terminal Building, Universal Corporation, Sealuxe presentation.
19Love Field; Unit #4 Additions, Correspondence with the city, 1960-62.
20Love Field; Unit #4 Additions, Architect expense statements and contracts, 1960-61.
21Love Field; Unit #4 Additions, Zumwalt and Vinther, Correspondence, 1960.
22Love Field; Unit #4 Additions, Connell Construction, Correspondence, 1960.
23Love Field; Unit #4 Additions, Connell Construction, Change orders, contracts and estimates, 1960-61.
24Love Field; Unit #4 Additions, Bidders correspondence, 1960.
25Love Field; Unit #4 Additions, Miscellaneous correspondence, 1960
26Love Field; Unit #4 Additions, Job reports, 1960.
27Love Field; Unit #4 Additions, Material and color selection, 1960.
28Loving, T. E.; Residence, 1936-38.
29Loving, T. E.; Service Station, 1941.
30Lucas, T. M.; Residence, 1925.
31Lufthansa, Houston, 1965.
32Lutheran Church, #5701.
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501Mallon, R. N.; Residence, 1953-54.
2Marshall - Hospital, 1945-47.
3Masonic Home and School, Ft Worth; Master plan including bluelines, 1954-58.
4Masonic Home and School; Ft. Worth; Master plan, temporary file, 1953-58.
5Masonic Home and School; Ft. Worth; Program and planning data, #5215, 1957.
6Masonic Home and School; Ft. Worth; Mason - Johnston, Foundation investigation, 1953 and 1958.
7Masonic Home and School; Chapel, Weekly job reports, #5307, 1958-59.
8Masonic Home and School; Chapel, Lab reports, #5307, 1952-58.
9Masonic Home and School; Chapel, Cornerstone includes blueline, 1958-59.
10Masonic Home and School; Chapel, Allowances and bids including bluelines, #5307, 1958-59.
11Masonic Home and School; Chapel, Miscellaneous includes blueline, 1958.
12Masonic Home for the Aged, 1929.
13Masonic Temple, 1929.
14Masonic Temple; Allowances.
15Masonic Temple; Carpets.
16Masonic Temple; Carpets quotations.
17Masonic Temple; Change order correspondence.
18Masonic Temple; Change orders 1 - 40.
19Masonic Temple; Change orders 40 - 62.
20Masonic Temple; Change orders pending.
21Masonic Temple; Color samples.
22Masonic Temple; Contract.
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511Masonic Temple; Daily reports.
2Masonic Temple; Hal C. Dyer, Contract.
3Masonic Temple; Hal C. Dyer, Miscellaneous.
4Masonic Temple; Employment Bureau Office.
5Masonic Temple; Preliminary estimates.
6Masonic Temple; Expenditures outside Dyer contract.
7Masonic Temple; Financial statements.
8Masonic Temple; Furniture and seating.
9Masonic Temple; General bids.
10Masonic Temple; Finish hardware.
11Masonic Temple; L.R. Snyder, Heating and air conditioning.
12Masonic Temple; Operating costs and amortization.
13Masonic Temple; Owner and architect.
14Masonic Temple; Plumbing.
15Masonic Temple; Progress photographs.
16Masonic Temple; Requests, plans, information, etc.
17Masonic Temple; Shop drawings.
18Masonic Temple; Test reports.
19Masonic Temple; Work reports.
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521McReynolds Building; Includes blacklines.
2Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Presentation portfolio including photographs.
3Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; AIA contract, 1946.
4Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Bank statements, 1947-50.
5Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Carpets and chairs, 1948-49.
6Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Change orders, 1948-49
7Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Clock, 1948.
8Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Walter Cocke, Jr., Resident Architect, 1948-50.
9Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Walter Cocke, Jr., Weekly job reports, 1948-49.
10Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Walter Cocke, Jr., Resident Architect, 1946-48.
11Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Robert Leon White, Contracts and vouchers, 1947-50.
12Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Estimates and product information including a drawing, blueprint and blueline, 1950-54.
13Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; General correspondence, 1949-53.
14Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Correspondence including bluelines, blueprints, pencil sketches and photographs, 1954-55.
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531Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Pierre Bourdelle, includes photographs and 1 color slide.
2Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Landscaping, includes blueprints, 1949-50.
3Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Correspondence and product information including photographs and blueprints, 1952.
4Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; General correspondence, 1947-49.
5Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; General correspondence including photographs, 1949-51.
6Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Correspondence including product information, 1952-54.
7Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Miscellaneous including blackline, 1947-49.
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541Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Opera chairs including a photograph and blueprints, 1948.
2Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Contractor and product information, 1946-48.
3Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Name plates, 1953.
4Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Building Committee and Officers signage, 1956.
5Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Nameplates, 1954.
6Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Painting, includes sketches, 1975.
7Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Sculpture and carving, includes photographs and a blueprint.
8Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Sam Houston Statue #5314, Texas Granite Corporation, correspondence and contract, 1957-61.
9Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Sam Houston Statue, Client correspondence, 1955-61.
10Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Sam Houston Statue, Press release, 1957-58.
11Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Sam Houston Statue, Customs, Zanes Company and Import duty, 1958-60.
12Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Anson Jones Statue Base, includes blueline, 1961.
13Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Anson Jones Statue, Correspondence and photographs of clay models.
14Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; A. J. Rife, Sub-contractor, includes sketches and blueprint, 1948-50. (1 of 2)
15Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; A. J. Rife, Sub-contractor, 1948-49. (2 of 2)
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551Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Walter Cocke Company and A. J. Rife Company, Monthly estimates and vouchers, 1948-50.
2Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Correspondence, 1948-51.
3Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; York Corporation correspondence, 1953-54.
4Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Miscellaneous correspondence including bluelines and photographs, 1949-65.
5Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Correspondence and product information, #7701, 1971-73.
6Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Correspondence re: revisions, includes telephone recordings and photographs, 1952-54. (1 of 4)
7Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Correspondence re: revisions, includes telephone recordings and blueprints, 1951-53. (2 of 4)
8Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Correspondence re: revisions, includes telephone recordings, 1952. (3 of 4)
9Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Correspondence re: revisions, includes telephone recordings and photographs, bluelines and blueprints. (4 of 4)
10Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Tabulation of bids.
11Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Test reports, 1948-49.
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561Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Contracts for revisions, 1952.
2Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Dallas Air Conditioning Company, Repairs and maintenance including telephone recording, 1954.
3Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Job reports, 1952.
4Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Expansion of Library and Museum, 1976.
5Memphis Airport; Terminal, Memphis, Tennessee, #5806, 1958.
6Mercantile Bank; Cooling Tower, #5705, 1957-58.
7Mercantile Bank Building; Plumbing and heating bid proposal forms, 1957.
8Mercantile Bank Building; L-M-S Development Company, Lab reports, #5501, 1956-57.
9Mercantile Bank Building; L-M-S Development Company, Lab reports, #5501, 1956-57.
10Mercantile Bank Building; L-M-S Development Company, Weekly conference notes #5501, 1957-59.
11Mercantile Bank Building; L-M-S Development Company, Weekly conference notes #5501, 1956-58.
12Mercantile Commerce Building; Additions, Mosher Steel Company bid, 1957.
13Mercantile Commerce Building; Plaster and lathe bid proposal forms, 1957.
14Mercantile Commerce Building; Electrical bid proposal forms, 1957.
15Mercantile Commerce Building; General Contractors bid proposal forms including correspondence, 1957.
16Mercantile Commerce Building; American Surety Company, Power of attorney, 1957.
17Mercantile Commerce Tunnel; Contracts and estimates, #5519, 1956.
18Mercantile Continental Building.
19Mercantile Continental Building; Stekoll Petroleum Corporation, rental, #5517, 1958-59.
20Mercantile Continental Building; Garage, #5517, 1956.
21Mercantile Continental Building; Tunnel, Correspondence, 1956.
22Mercantile Continental Building; Master file list, #5517.
23Mercantile Continental Building; Client correspondence, 1955-58.
24Mercantile Continental Building; Architects contracts and statements, 1957-60.
25Mercantile Continental Building; Zumwalt and Vinther, Consulting Engineers, 1957-58.
26Mercantile Continental Building; Building area and cost estimates, 1957.
27Mercantile Continental Building; Bidders requests for plans, 1957.
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571Mercantile Continental Building; Tabulation of bids, 1957.
2Mercantile Continental Building; R. L. Rolfe, Engineer, 1957-59.
3Mercantile Continental Building; Otis Elevator Company, Elevators, 1957-58.
4Mercantile Continental Building; Color selections, 1958.
5Mercantile Continental Building; Weekly job reports, 1958.
6Mercantile Continental Building; Miscellaneous, 1957-59.
7Mercantile Continental Building; Job notes, #5517, 1958-59.
8Mercantile Continental Building; Weekly conference notes, 1957-58.
9Mercantile Continental Building; Robert McKee, General Contractor, Correspondence, 1957-59.
10Mercantile Continental Building; Material approvals, 1958.
11Mercantile Continental Building; Robert McKee, Estimates, #5517, 1957-59.
12Mercantile Continental Building; Robert McKee, General Contractor, Change orders, 1958-59. (1 of 2)
13Mercantile Continental Building; Robert McKee, General Contractor, Change orders, 1958-59. (2 of 2)
14Mercantile Continental Building; Robert McKee, General Contractor, Time extensions, 1957-58.
15Mercantile Continental Building; Sculptures, includes photograph, #5517, 1958-59.
16Mercantile Continental Building; Tenant construction account, Estimates, #5517, 1958-59.
17Mercantile Continental Building; Correspondence re: shop drawings, #5517, 1958-59.
18Mercantile Continental Building; Robert McKee, General Contractor, Contracts, #5517, 1957.
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581Mercantile Continental Building; Lab reports, 1957-58.
2Mercantile Continental Building; Progress photographs, 1958.
3Mercantile Continental Building; Tenant construction account, #5517, 1958-59.
4Mercantile National Bank Building; 1956-58.
5Mercantile National Bank Building; Annual Report, 1958.
6Mercantile National Bank Building; Annual Report, 1970.
7Mercantile National Bank Building; Robert E. McKee, Correspondence, 1957-58.
8Mercantile National Bank Building; Robert E. McKee, Contract and estimates, 1957-58.
9Mercantile National Bank Building; Lab reports, 1957.
10Mercantile National Bank Building; Job costs, #5511, 1957.
11Mercantile National Bank Building; Shop drawings transmittals, #5511, 1957-58.
12Mercantile National Bank Building; Otis Elevator Company, #5511, 1957-58.
13Mercantile National Bank Building; Mosler Safe Company, #5511, 1956-58.
14Mercantile National Bank Building; Joe Wycoff and Associates, Correspondence re: kitchen equipment, #5511, 1957.
15Mercantile National Bank Building; Rental space, #5511, 1958-59.
16Mercantile National Bank Building; Alterations, Metal Products Companies, revolving door, 1964.
17Mercantile National Bank Building; Landscaping, 1965.
18Mercantile National Bank Building; Annual Report, 1969.
19Mercantile National Bank Building; Additions, Correspondence re: photographs, 1970-71, see Photograph Series.
20Mercantile National Bank Building; Additions, #6901, Southwestern Labs, 1970-71.
21Mercantile National Bank Building; Additions, Southwestern Lab Reports, owners copies, 1970-71.
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591Mercantile Jackson Building; Parking Garage, Architect's statements, #7004, 1970-72.
2Mercantile Jackson Building; Parking Garage, Architects and Engineers Contracts, #7004, 1970.
3Mercantile Jackson Building; Parking Garage, Lab reports, 1971.
4Mercantile Jackson Building; Parking Garage, Lab reports, #7004, 1971.
5Mercantile Jackson Building; Parking Garage, Lab reports, #7004, 1971.
6Mercantile Securities building; Floor plan.
7Meredith, Charlton; Office, includes drawings, #5309, 1953-58.
8Meredith Office Building; Change orders, #5309 L-1, 1955.
9Meredith Office Building; Estimates file, #5309 L-2.
10Meredith Office Building; Lab reports, #5309-N, 1955.
11Meredith Office Building; Bids, #5309-01, 1954.
12Meredith Office Building; Weekly job reports, #5309-U, 1955.
13Meredith Office Building; Watson Company, General Contractor, #5309-L, 1954-55.
14Meredith Office Building; Contract and vouchers, #5309-F, 1954-55.
15Metropolitan Building and Loan Association; includes blueprint, 1948-50.
16Metropolitan Building and Loan Association; 1941.
17Meyer, Abe; Store building, includes blueprints, 1924.
18Mintz, Isaac; Store building, 1922.
19Mitchell, C. S.; Store building, 1923.
20Moncrief-Tenoir Manufacturing Company; Warehouse, includes blueprint, 1922.
21Moore, J. H.; Residence, Deport, 1936-38.
22Moore and Adoue; Store building remodel, 1935.
23Moseley, J. A. R.; Residence, Texarkana, includes drawing, 1933.
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601Munger Place Methodist Church; Lab tests and weekly job reports.
2Munger Place Methodist Church; Includes clippings and photographs, 1946-50.
3Muth, E. J.; Residence, #5903, 1954 and 1960.
4Neary, George; Residence, 1929.
5Neary, George W.; Residence remodeling, 1926.
6New Aiken Hospital, Paris; Includes blueprints and photographs.
7Norment, E. D.; Residence addition, 1933.
8Oak Cliff Medical Dental Building; General contract, 1928-35.
9Oak Cliff Methodist Church; Youth Memorial Building, Air conditioning and kitchen equipment, 1950-51.
10Oak Cliff Methodist Church; Youth Memorial Building, Brock Construction, 1950-51.
11Oak Cliff Methodist Church; Youth Memorial Building, Correspondence including bluelines and a blueprint, 1958-60.
12Oak Cliff Methodist Church; Youth Memorial Building, Repairs, 1950-54.
13Oak Cliff Methodist Church; Youth Memorial Building, Weekly job reports, 1950-52.
14Oak Cliff Methodist Church; Youth Memorial Building, Vouchers, 1951-52.
15Oldham, A. E.; Residence, 1939.
16Oldham, A. E.; Residence, Bill, 1952.
17Oriental Laundry Company, 1940.
18Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Architects contracts and statements, #5914, 1959-62.
19Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Brother Martin correspondence, 1959-61.
20Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Mother Devota and Sisters correspondence, 1960.
21Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Bidders correspondence, 1960-61.
22Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Memorandum including drawing, 1959-63.
23Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Bishop Gorman's office correspondence, 1959-62.
24Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Preston Geren correspondence, 1960-61.
25Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Zumwalt and Vinther correspondence, 1960-63.
26Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Miscellaneous correspondence, 1959-63.
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611Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Irving Porter, correspondence,1960-63.
2Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Correspondence, Cowdin Brothers, General Contractors, 1960-63.
3Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Mullen and Powell, correspondence, 1960-61
4Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Cowdin Brothers, contracts and estimates, 1960-62
5Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Cowdin Brothers, change orders, 1961-62
6Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Gardner Hotel Supply, contracts and estimates, 1960-62
7Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Gardner Supply, correspondence, 1960-62
8Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Mulhauser, Holmes and Riggs, kitchen equipment consultants, correspondence, 1960-62
9Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Ted Estrandes Co., correspondence, 1960-61
10Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Ted Elstand, contracts and estimates, 1960-61
11Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; W. C. Hixson Co., correspondence, 1961
12Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; W. C. Hixson Co., contracts and estimates, 1960-62
13Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Weekly job reports, 1961
14Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Tabulation of bids, 1960
15Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Lab reports, 1960-61
16Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Bidders, correspondence, 1960
17Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Job notes (includes blueline)1960
18Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Clipping, 1961
19Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Lab furniture (includes blueline), 1963
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621Our Lady of Good Counsel High School; Sub-surface exploration of site, 1960
2Pan American Airways System, New York, N.Y., 1941-42
3Pan-Americano Theater,1952-55
4Paris Memorial, Paris, TX, 1931
(includes blueprint, blueline and drawing)
5Paris, TX; Sanitarium, 1950-51
(includes bluelines)
6Paris, TX; Sanitarium; W. H. Wallace, Contractor, 1950-52
7Paris, TX; Sanitarium; Change orders, vouchers, contracts and estimates, 1950-51
8Paris, TX; Sanitarium; Weekly job reports, 1950-51
9Paris, TX; Sanitarium; Addition, 1929
(includes blueprints)
10Paris, TX; Independent School District, 1941
11Park, C. J.; Store building, Forney and E. Grand, Dallas, TX, n.d.
(blueprints)
12Phi Delta Theta House; Southern Methodist University, 1928
13Ploeger, Max; H. L. Edwards Store, 1936
(includes photographs)
14Potter, Hugh; Medical building, Houston, 1939
15Preload Corp., 1948
16Professional Building, 1939-1940
17Public Service Station; Davis, Tyler and Kings Highway, 1926
18Pulliam, J. Sid; Store building, 1938-1941
19Purnell, Maurice; Residence, 1946
(includes drawing)
20Randolph; Residence, n.d.
(drawings)
21Ratcliffe Advertising Agency; Voucher, 1946
22Reinhart Bible Church, 1952-53
(includes site plan)
23Republic National Life Building, 1947-48
24Rice, Colonel L. L.; University buildings, n.d.
25Ridgeway Building, 1947
26Rogers, Lyman W.; Service station, 1946
(includes blueprint)
27Rutledge Hotel, n.d.
28St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Grand Prairie, TX, n.d.
29Scottino, Rosa; Store, 1946-47
(includes bluelines and blueprints)
30Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; Lockwood's desk, 1959
31Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; Candoro Marble Co., 1969
32Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; Womack Electric, 1968
(includes bluelines)
33Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; Correspondence with Ted Wiener re: Art, 1967-68
34Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX, 1970-71
35Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; transmittals, #6416, 1968
36Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; plan issue data, 1967
37Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; job notes, 1962-65
38Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; contract and statements, 1966-69
39Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; architect's notes, 1967-69
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631Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; correspondence, 1967-69
2Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; John McKee, correspondence, 1966-69
3Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; Lee Lockwood Statue, 1968
4Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; selection of materials, 1967-69
5Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; stage and sound equipment, 1967-69
6Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, TX; museum furniture, storage and stage equipment catalogs, n.d.
7Scottish Rite Hospital; #5608, 1958-62
8Scottish Rite Temple; Auditorium, Dallas, Mason-Johnston, geologists' report, #6501, 1951-65
9Scurry, W. C.; Residence, 1948-49
10Seagoville, TX; High School, n.d.
11Seale, R.I.; Residence, n.d.
12Searcy, W.; Building, Dallas, TX, n.d.
13Security Engineering Co.; Office, contract and vouchers, #5414-F, 1955-56
14Security Engineering Co.; Office, contracts and vouchers, O'Rourke Construction Co., #5414, 1955-56
15Security Engineering Co.; Office, O'Rourke Construction Co., General Contractor, #5414-L, 1955
16Security Engineering Co.; Office, weekly job reports, #5414-U, 1955
17Security Engineering Co.; Office, lab reports, 1955
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641Security Engineering Co.; Office, Milburn's file, includes lab reports, 1955
2Security Engineering Co.; Office, miscellaneous, 1954-55
3Security Engineering Co.; Office, miscellaneous (includes photographs), 1955-56
4Security Engineering Co.; Office, index to drawings, 1955
5Security Engineering Co.; miscellaneous, 1951-52
6Security Engineering Co.; Consulting engineers, 1955-56
7Security Engineering Co.; Plant alterations, #5414-A, 1955
8Shreveport Medical Arts Building, Shreveport, La., n.d.
9Shreveport Medical Arts Building, Shreveport, La., Beakey reports and drawings, n.d.
10Shreveport Medical Arts Building, Shreveport, La., correspondence with Shaw, n.d.
11Smith, Edward H.; Residence, #6004, 1960-61
12Smith, Edward H.; Residence, contracts, 1960
13South Oak Cliff Catholic High School; Naturalite Inc., correspondence and brochures, n.d.
14Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., 1947-1950
15Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; Shop drawings and transmittals, 1960
16Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; Dallas Hamilton Building Addition, sub-surface exploration, 1961
17Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; Hamilton Dial Building, #6007, 1960-63
18Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; Hamilton Dial Building, working drawings (includes blueline), 1958-61
19Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; Huntsville, TX; Contract and vouchers, 1947-1950
20Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; Huntsville, TX, 1947-48
21Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; Marshall Building (includes blueprints), 1947-49
22Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; Melrose Dial Building, correspondence and memos, 1959-63
23Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; Melrose Dial Building, job notes, #5912, 1960-61
24Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.; Melrose Dial Building, soil investigation, 1959
25Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., Odessa, TX; (includes blueprint), 1946-48
26Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., Pampa, TX, 1946-49
27Spence, Alex; Duplex, n.d.
28Spence, Alex; Residence, Dallas, TX, n.d.
29Star, Harold; Ely-Walker Co. Building, 1946-48
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651State National Bank, Garland, TX, n.d.
2Statler-Hilton; Entrance, #6107, 1961-62
3Statler-Hilton; Floor plans, n.d.
4Summit Development Co.; Shopping Center, Plano, TX, 1962
5Superior Incinerator Co. of Texas, Dallas, TX, n.d.
6Terrell State Hospital, Terrell, TX, n.d.
7Terrell State Hospital, Terrell, TX,n.d.
8TEX File; Public Housing Authority, 1949-52
9TEX - Brackenridge; Public Housing, 1950
10TEX - Crystal City; Public Housing, n.d.
11TEX 6-8; San Antonio (TX) Housing Authority, correspondence, #53111953-54
12TEX 6-8; San Antonio (TX) Housing Authority, temporary file, #5311, 1958
13TEX 42-1; Cisco, TX, Public Housing, 1950-52
14TEX 43-1; Ranger, TX, (includes photographs), 1950-52
15TEX 47-1; Dublin, TX, Public Housing, 1950-53
16TEX 50-1 and 50-2; Henderson, TX, Public Housing, 1950-54
17TEX 52-1; Seymour, TX, 1950-52
18TEX 53-1 and 53-2; Haskell, TX, Public Housing, 1950-53
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661TEX 58-1; Gladewater, TX, Public Housing, 1950-52
2TEX 59-1 and 59-2; Center, TX, 1950
3TEX 60-1; Mineola, TX, 1950-51
4TEX 69-1; DeLeon, TX, Public Housing, 1950-53
5TEX 75-1; Quanah, TX, 1950-53
6TEX 77-1; Ballinger, TX, Public Housing, 1950-53
7TEX 82-1; Henrietta, TX, 1950-52
8Hamilton, TX, Public Housing, 1950-52
9TEX 84-1; Paducah, TX, 1950-53
10TEX 87-1, 87-2 and 87-3; San Marcos, TX, 1950-53
11TEX 90-AR - Hico, TX, 1952
12TEX 99-1; Bryson, TX, Public Housing, 1952-53
13TEX 106-1 and 106-2; Daingerfield, TX, Public Housing, 1951-53
14TEX 702-1 and 702-2; Ennis, TX, Public Housing, 1950-53
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671Texas - Board of Control, 1939-41
2Texas - Highway Department; Contract and vouchers, 1945-46
3Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, site analysis, n.d.
4Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, Building Commission, correspondence, #5807, 1957-63
5Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, architect expense statements and contracts, 1958-61
6Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, Fehr and Granger, correspondence, 1961-63
7Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, Fehr and Granger, correspondence (includes copy of drawing), 1956-60
8Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, Pierce and Pierce, correspondence, 1958-63
9Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, change orders, 1961-62
10Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, change orders, 1961
11Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, estimates, 1961
12Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, estimates, 1962
13Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, correspondence re: bidding, 1958-61
14Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, miscellaneous correspondence, 1958-60
15Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, progress photographs, 1961-62
See Series I: Visual Material
16Texas - State Board of Insurance; Building, Austin, TX, job costs, 1960
17Texas - State Fair; Aquarium, Dallas, TX, n.d.
18Texas - State Tuberculosis Hospital, Tyler, TX, floor plans and correspondence (includes a photograph), n.d.
19Thomas Hotel, n.d.
20Thompson, J. Cleo; Apartment Building (includes drawing), 1947
21Tourist Garage and Hotel; Drawings, n.d.
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681Trinity University, Waxahachie, TX; Dormitory (blackline), n.d.
2Trinity University, Waxahachie, TX; Dormitory, n.d.
3Truitt, Dr. J. Wellington; Office, Gainsville, TX, (includes blueprints and photographs), 1945-46
4UARCO Inc., Paris, TX, #5518, n.d.
5UARCO Inc., Paris, TX; Ed Wilson and Zumwalt and Vinther, Consulting Engineers, #5518, 1955-59
6Unitarian Church, 1945
7United Motels Inc., Odessa, TX, #5707, 1957
8United States Government - Air Force; Aeronautical Charts, n.d.
9United States Government - Altus Air Force Base; Correspondence, 1950-51
10United States Government - Amarillo Air Force Base, 1949-51
11United States Government - Amarillo Air Force Base; Telephone and conference recordings, transcripts and memos, 1951
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12United States Government - Amarillo Air Force Base; Telephone and conference recordings, transcripts and memos, 1951
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13United States Government - Amarillo Air Force Base; Memos and correspondence - Nelson's file, n.d.
14United States Government - Ardmore Air Force Base, Okla., (includes recording), 1951-52
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691United States Government - TAC Bases - Ardmore and Altus, Okla.; Miscellaneous (includes telephone recordings), n.d.
2United States Government - Bergstrom Air Force Base; Correspondence, 1951-55
3United States Government - Bergstrom Air Force Base; Lab reports, 1952-54
4United States Government - Bergstrom Air Force Base; Miscellaneous, 1957
5United States Government - Caswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth, TX; Work procedure, #5201, 1951-52
6United States Government - Caswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth, TX; Recordings of telephone conversations and transcripts, #5021, 1951-52
7United States Government - Caswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth, TX; Miscellaneous correspondence, 1948-1952
8United States Government - Caswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth, TX; Supplements to contract, 1950-52
9United States Government - Caswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth, TX; Basic information folder, 1951-52
10United States Government - Caswell Air Force Base, Fort Worth, TX; Contract and vouchers, 1950-53
11United States Government - Davis Air Force Base, Muskogee, Okla.; 65th Carrier Squadron, 1962
12United States Government - Davis Air Force Base, Muskogee, Okla.; Contract, vouchers and the master list of files, #5601-C, 1956-57
13United States Government - Davis Field, Muskogee, Okla.; Cost breakdown, #5601-D, 1956
14United States Government - Davis Air Force Base, Muskogee, Okla.; Expenses, #5601-H, 1956-57
15United States Government - Davis Air Force Base, Muskogee, Okla.; Miscellaneous criteria, #5601-F, 1956
16United States Government - Davis Field, Muskogee, Okla.; Correspondece, #5601-E, n.d.
17United States Government - Davis Air Force Base, Muskogee, Okla.; Facility requirements, #5601-I, 1956
18United States Government - Davis Field, Muskogee, Okla.; Memorandum (includes sepia), #5601-J, n.d.
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701United States Government - Enid Air Force Base, Enid, Okla.; Report to accompany Preliminary Master Plan,1947
2United States Government - Enid Air Force Base; Monthly reports, 1948
3United States Government - Enid Air Force Base; Miscellaneous including Preliminary Master Plan, 1948-49
4United States Government - Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, TX; Statement of works and master list of files, #5514, 1954
5United States Government - Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, TX; Contract and vouchers, #5513, 1955-59
6United States Government - Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, TX; Cost breakdown, #5514-D, 1957-58
7United States Government - Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, TX; Miscellaneous correspondence, #5514-E, 1955-59
8United States Government - Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, TX; Criteria, #5514-F, 1956-59
9United States Government - Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, TX; Facility requirements, #5514-I, 1956
10United States Government - Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, TX; Expenses, #5514-H, 1956-59
11United States Government - Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, TX; Memorandum, #5513-J, 1956-59
12United States Government - Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, TX; Telephone recordings and transcripts, #5514-L, 1956
13United States Government - Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, TX; Record of drawings received, #5514-R, 1955-56
14United States Government - Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, TX and David Field; Tabulation costs, 1956-57
15United States Government - Perrin Air Force Base, Sherman, TX; Miscellaneous (includes master plan and blueprints), 1948-49
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711United States Government - Perrin Air Force Base, Sherman, TX; Miscellaneous (includes master plan and blueprints), 1948-49
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2United States Government - Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, TX, 1951-52
3United States Government - Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita Falls, TX; Miscellaneous including recording of telephone conversation, 1952
4United States Government - Dallas Court House, (including firm background information and two photographs of Love Field), 1956-58
5United States Government - Federal Office Building, 1946
6United States Government - Federal Reserve Bank, Dallas, TX; Repairing third floor, 1924
7United States Government - Federal Reserve Bank, Dallas, TX; Repairing fourth floor, 1929-30
8United States Government - Federal Reserve Bank, Dallas, TX; Storage building, 1929
9United States Government - Veterans Administration Hospitals, 1946-47
10United States Government - War Department, 1941
11Universal Corp.; Allocation of floor space, (includes bluelines), #5504, 1955
12Universal Corp.; Miscellaneous (includes bluelines), #5504, 1955
13Universal Corp.; Contract and vouchers, #5504-F, 1955
14University of Texas, Austin, n.d.
15University of Texas, Austin; Cooling Tower revisions, #5503, 1957
16University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, Contract and vouchers, #5306, 1953-54
17University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, E.O. Doughty, Clerk of Works, #5306, 1953-54
18University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, correspondence, 1957-58
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721University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, correspondence including recordings of telephone conversations, #5306, 1953-56
2University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, Mark Lemmon, correspondence, #5306, 1953-55
3University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, Dean Johnston, Contractor, electrical contacts and vouchers, 1954-55
4University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, A.C. Natkin and Co., plumbing and heating, correspondence, 1954-56
5University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, A.C. Natkin and Co., plumbing and heating, change orders, 1954-55
6University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, J.M. Odom, Contractor, #5306, 1954-55
7University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, J.M. Odom, Contractor, #5306, 1954-56
8University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, J.M. Odom, Contractor, contract and vouchers including recording of telephone conversation, #5306, 1954-55
9University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, J.M. Odom, Contractor, change orders, #5306, 1955
10University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, Dean Johnston, Electrical Contractor, correspondence and change orders, #5306, 1954-56
11University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, elevators, #5306, 1954-55
12University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, hardware, #5306, 1954
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731University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, lab reports, #5306, 1954-55
2University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, contractor's insurance, #5306, 1954-55
3University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, lighting fixtures, #5306, 1954
4University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, correspondence re: progress photographs, 1955
See Series I: Visual Material
5University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, items to be corrected before final inspection - general contract, 1955
6University of Texas, Austin; English Department Classrooms and Offices, weekly job reports, #5306, 1954-55
7University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, general correspondence, n.d.
8University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, vouchers, 1946-52
9University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, Fischer and Sons, correspondence, 1948-1950
10University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, hardware, 1949
11University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, lab equipment (includes blackline), 1948-51
12University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, light fixtures, 1949-50
13University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, notes, 1948-49
14University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, plans, 1948-50
15University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, progress reports, 1949-50
16University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, costs, 1948
17University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, contract awards, 1948
18University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, Southwest Electric Co., n.d.
19University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, sub-contractor approvals, 1949
20University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, tabluation of bids, 1948
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741University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, change orders, n.d.
2University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, consultants, 1947-48
3University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, air conditioning, 1949-50
4University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, elevators, 1949-50
5University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, Nathan Wohlfeld, correspondence, 1949-51
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6University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, Nathan Wohlfeld, correspondence, 1949-51
[2 of 2]
7University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, miscellaneous (includes blueprint), 1948-1950
8University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, Building Committee, Board of Regents, 1948-49
9University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, Robert Leon White, correspondence, 1948
10University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, Robert Leon White, correspondence, 1948-51
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751University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, Robert Leon White, Office of the Supervising Architect, 1949-52
2University of Texas, Austin; Science Building, Notes - Mr. Davis (includes blueprints and blacklines), 1946-48
3Uvalde Construction Co.; Bill, 1948
4Vacumite Co. Inc., Dallas, TX, n.d.
5Valley View Shopping Center, Farmers Branch, #6002, 1962
6Vanette Hosiery Mills, 1946
7Varsity Theater, Dallas, TX; Drawing of window detail,n.d.
8Voelcker and Dixon; Terminal Warehouse, Wichita Falls, TX, n.d.
9Volk, Harold, 1946
10Waco Coliseum, Waco, TX, 1950-53
11Waco Medical Arts Building, Waco, TX, n.d.
12Walnut Hill Chapel, 1952
13Western Cottonoil Co, Lubbock, TX, (includes blueline and drawing), #5612, 1956
14Wherry, Clyde; Apartments, n.d.
15Wicker - Post Office Garage, Corpus Christi, TX, n.d.
16Wicker Fish and Poultry, 1946-47
17Wight, Allen; Residence, Hunters Glen Road, n.d.
18Wilson, James K.; Residence, miscellaneous, #5411-O, n.d.
19Wilson, Sam E.; Corpus Christi, TX, n.d.
20Windsor, Edward L.; Residence, #5410, 1954-56
21Winnsboro, TX - Schools, n.d.
22Winslett, Joe; Residence, Lakewood Blvd., Dallas, TX, n.d.
23Winslett, Joe; Residence and Store building additions, Main St. between Haskell and Eastside, n.d.
24World Fair - Houston, TX (includes telephone recordings and blueline), 1953
25Wright, Dr.; Hotel, proposed, Dallas, TX, n.d.
26Wyatt, Fred H.; Colored Housing Project, n.d.

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Series F: Specifications

Series Abstract
The Specifications series is arranged by client's name. Specifications are the written documentation on how a project is to be constructed. Specifications are used in conjunction with working drawings. The files are arranged alphabetically by client or project name.

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Series F1: Specs Flint and Broad - location in Dallas unless specified - Some projects are listed in more than one firm

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761Abbott, C.V.; Apartment, #215.
2Armstrong, Z.S.; Residence, #3403, 1934.
3Blaylock, Louis; Store alterations, #26-10, 1926.
4Blue Ribbon Creameries; Shreveport, La., #3002, 1930.
5Brinkerhoff and Bennett; Stores, #2803, 1928.
6Browning, W.A.; Warehouse and office, Dallas, #249.
7Browning - Ferris Machinery Co.; #2907, 1929.
8Browning - Ferris Machinery Co.; Warehouse, #3103, 1931.
9Browning - Ferris Machinery Co.; Warehouse addition, #3607, 1936.
10Buckner Orphans' Home; Chapel, #2908, 1929.
11Buckner Orphans' Home; Dormitories, #23-11.
12Buckner Orphans' Home; Dormitory, #36-11, 1936.
13Buckner Orphans' Home; Dormitories, #3804,3805, 1938.
14Buckner Orphans' Home; Dormitory, #3705, 1937.
15Buckner Orphans' Home; Garage, #262, 1926.
16Buckner Orphans' Home; Entrance Gate, #235.
17Buckner Orphans' Home; High School, #271, 1927.
18Buckner Orphans' Home; Hospital, #3201, 1932.
19Buckner Orphans' Home; Residence, #247.
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771Buckner Orphans' Home; School, #3602, 1936.
2Buckner Orphans' Home; School, #3601, 1936.
3Buckner Orphans' Home; Sprinkler in Commissary, #4004, 1940.
4Buckner Orphans' Home; Storehouse, #231.
5Burgher, Ballard; Residence, #253.
6Burgher, B.M.; Residence, #24-11.
7Burgher, B.M.; Residence, #255, 1925.
8Busby, Oscar; Store, #241.
9Camp, Alex; Store, #222.
10Camp, Alex and T.L.; Store, #233.
11Capers, Julian; Apartment, #237.
12Carter, Robert; Residence addition, #3910, 1939.
13Childers, W.E.; Residence, #24-18.
14Citizen's National Bank; Remodel, Denison, #3709, 1937.
15Coca-Cola Company; Enid, Ok., #246.
16Cohen, Charles B.; Store and arcade, #239.
17Cullum, Landon; Store, #3901, 1939.
18Dallas - Aquarium; Mechanical, 1935.
19Dallas - Aquarium; 1935.
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781Dallas - Comfort Station; #24-15.
2Dallas - Fire Station; #2805, 1928.
3Dallas - Police Department; #2906, 1929.
4Dallas - Board of Education; Darrell School, additions, #25-10, 1925.
5Dallas - Board of Education; John H. Brown School, #244.
6Dallas - Board of Education; Lagow School, #265, 1926.
7Dallas - Board of Education; Leila P. Cowart School, #3708, 1938
8Dallas - Board of Education; Maple Lawn School, additions, #3105, 1931.
9Dallas - Board of Education; O.M. Roberts School, #23-12.
10Dallas - Board of Education; Trinity Heights School, #224.
11Dallas - Board of Education; Trinity Heights School, #259, 1925.
12Dallas - Board of Education; Wheatley School, #2903, 1929.
13Dallas (County) - Common School District 29, #37.
14Dallas Milk Company; #251.
15Dallas Milk Company; Additions, #2904, 1929.
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791David, Kaufman; Store remodel, #24-16.
2Dohoney, A.P., Judge; Residence, Greenville, #23-17.
3Eastern Star Home; Porch addition, Arlington, #3001, 1930.
4Denton Hotel; Denton, #3701, 1937.
5Edwards, H.L.; One storey stone building, #3103, 1931.
6Edwards, H.L.; Store remodel, #3603, 1936.
7England's Electric Shop; #2802, 1928.
8Fairchild, C.N.; Residence, #3807, 1938.
9Fate - Storage warehouse, #3308, 1933.
10Ferris, Royal L., Jr.; Club house, #275, 1927.
11First Baptist Church; Sunday School Building, Gainsville, #3702, 1937.
12Fisher, E.P.; Residence, #236.
13Fisher, E.P.; Residence, #269, 1926.
14Fisher, W.W.; #24-10.
15Fisher Supply Company; Warehouse, #23-16.
16Garland - Independent School District; High School, Garland, #257, 1925.
17Garland - Library and Auditorium, Garland, #3303, 1933.
18Grandstaff, Ben; Residence, #2909, 1929.
19Guy, Samuel; Apartment, #218.
20Hanna, T.P.; Residence, #3902, 1939.
21Hewitt, Greorge W.; Residence and garage remodel, #3304, 1933.
22Home for Aged Masons; Addition, Arlington, #2905, 1929.
23Home Office Insurance; #27-11.
24Hope Cottage, #227.
25Klepper, Frank; Studio, #3306, 1933.
26La Rue, E.B.; Residence, Athens, #2912, 1929.
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801Lamar (County) - Hospital, #254.
2Lawther Harry P.; Residence, #261.
3Leftwich, S.M.; #3908, 1938.
4Liberty Investment Company; Garage, #23-10.
5Lipscomb, M.G.; Residence, #23-13.
6Long, A.B.; Residence, #3703, 1937.
7Love Field; Administrative Building, 1939.
8Love Field; Administrative Building, #3907, 1939.
9Loving, T.E.; Service Station, #4102, 1941.
10Lucas, T.M.; Residence, #25-11, 1925.
11Marvin, Z.E.; Store and office, #22-15.
12Masonic Temple, Dallas, 1927.
13Masonic Temple; Dallas, #4005, 1940.
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811Masonic Temple; Dallas, Kitchen equipment from Huey and Philip, #4005.
2Medical Arts building; Shreveport, La., #272, 1927.
3Medical Arts Investment Company; Beaumont, #2901, 1929.
4Medical Arts Investment Company; Waco, #2806, 1928.
5Metropolitan Building and Loan; Remodel, #3704, 1937.
6Meyer, Abel; Store, Shreveport, Louisiana, #24-13.
7Mintz, Isaac; Store, #221.
8Mitchell, C.S.; Store, #234.
9Moncrief - Lenoir Manufacturing Company; Warehouse, #226.
10Moore, J.H.; Residence, Deport, #3604, 1936.
11Moore, J.H.; Residence, Deport, #3707, 1937.
12Neary, G.W.; Residence, #2902, 1929.
13Norment, E.D.; Residence, Paris, #238.
14Norment, E.D.; Residence, Paris, #3302, 1933.
15Olden, A.E.; Residence, #3903, 1939.
16Oriental Laundry Company, #4001, 1940.
17Paris - Sanitarium; Addition, Paris, #2910, 1929.
18Pierce-Arrow Company; #26-11, 1926.
19Ploeger, Max; Filling Station, #3301, 1933.
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821Ploeger, Max; Store remodel, #3501, 1935.
2Ploeger, Max; Residence, #3706, 1937.
3Public Service Station; #267, 1926.
4Pullman, J. Sid; Store, #3801, 1938.
5Purnells, Maurice, Residence, #3605, 1936.
6Reed, W.O.; Residence, #3909, 1939.
7Reo Motor Company; #2804, 1928.
8Richardson, Isham; Apartment, #229.
9Rockwall - Warehouse, #3305, 1933.
10Seagoville - Seagoville High School; #2801, 1928.
11Searcy, W.R.; Store and arcade, 1#23-15.
12Seay, Frank; Residence, #232.
13Sharp, J.R.; Residence, #258, 1925.
14Smith, J. Fred; Theater and store, #27-10, 1927.
15Southern Methodist University; Fraternity House, #256, 1925.
16Spence, Alex W.; Residence, #3006, 1930.
17Spence, Alex W.; Duplex Residence, #25-12, 1925.
18State National Bank; Garland, #243.
19Stearman, E.L. & W.C.; Store, #24-17.
20Stearman and Son; Store, #273, 1927.
21Sulphur Springs - Electric Light and Power Plant; #4000. Notice to bidders.
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831Texas - Terrell State Hospital; Terrell, #3003, 1930.
2Thomas, M.H.; Pump house, #24-12.
3Thomas, Wheeler; Residence, #266, 1926.
4United States - Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas; #24-14.
5Wherry, Clyde; Building, #3911, 1939.
6Windham, C.W.; Residence addition, #3808.
7Winslett, Joe B.; Store, #242.
8Winslett, Joe B.; Store, #25-13, 1925.
9Winslett, Joe B.; Residence, #25-14, 1925.
10Wright, Allen; Residence, #3601, 1036.

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Series F2: Thos. D. Broad

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8311Better Monkey Grip Company; Factory, #4506, 1945.
12Borden Milk Company Plant; Additions and alterations, #4505, 1945.
13Borden Milk Company Company; Ice Cream Plant, #4515, 1945.
14Broad, Thomas; Residence, #4707, 1947.
15Browning - Ferris Machinery Company; Additions and alterations, #4513, 1945.
16Browning - Ferris Machinery Company; #4405, 1944.
17Bryant's Pharmacy; #4511, 1945.
18Buckner Orphans Home; Memorial Guest Center, #4507, 1945.
19Hinnant, Elton; Building, #4512, 1945.
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841Truitt, Wellington J.; Dental Clinic, Gainsville, #4607, 1946.
2Ferris, Royal A.; Residence, #4510, 1945.
3Field Street Baptist Church; Additions, Cleburne, #4600, 1946.
4First Baptist Church; Arlington, #4509, 1945.
5Highland Park - Independent School District; Senior High School, #4501, 1945.
6Highland Park - Independent School District; High School, #4501 (revised), 1949.
7Highland Park - Independent School District; Administrative Office for Armstrong School, #4508, 1945.
8Hope Cottage; Addition, #4404, 1944.
9Love Field; Additions and alterations, #4504, 1945.
10Love Field; East Wing, #4602, 1946.
11Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Additions and alterations, Odessa, #4609, 1946.
12Texas Airport; Terminal, Gregg County, #4502, 1945.
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851United States Government, Public Housing Authority; Civilian War Housing Project, Carlsbad, New Mexico, 1943.
2Vanette Hosiery Mills; Additions and alterations, #4605, 1946.

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Series F3: Broad and Nelson

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853Broadmoor Building; Hobbs, New Mexico, #5913, 1960.
4Brook Hollow Cafeteria; Additions and alterations, 1958.
5Brook Hollow Cafeteria; Additions and alterations, 1958.
6Buckner Orphans' Home; Chapel, Air Conditioning, #5214, 1953.
7Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary and Manna Hall, #5102, 1952.
8Buckner Orphans' Home; Commissary and Manna Hall, additions and alterations, #5212, 1952.
9Buckner Orphans' Home; Dormitories H & I/Memorial Guest Center, #4805.
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861Citizens' State Bank; TV Motor Bank and additions to Bank building, Richardson.
2City Temple Presbyterian Church; Sanctuary and Sunday School, #6102, 1962.
3City Temple Presbyterian Church; Sanctuary and Sunday School, Mechanical.
4Cullum, J. D. Jr.; Building, #4612, 1946.
5Dallas - Independent School District; Athletic Stadium, Field House and Press Box, paving and grading, #5313, 1954.
6Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, #5407, 1956.
7Dallas - Independent School District; Cockrell Hill School, preliminary plans, #4705, 1947.
8Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School, #4807, 1949.
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871Dallas (County) - Building; Remodel, #5216.
2Dallas (County) - Building; Furniture, 1955.
3Dallas (County) - Government Center (County Court House); 1962.
4Dallas (County) - Government Center; 1962.
5Dallas (County) - Government Center; 1962.
6Dallas (County) - Government Center; 1962.
7Dallas (County) - Government Center; Contract documents and specifications, 1962.
8Dallas (County) - Government Center; Specifications, Addendum 1, 2, 3, and 4 (5).
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881Dallas (County) - Government Center; Demolition specifications 1962.
2Dallas (County) - Government Center; Demolition specifications 1966.
3Dallas (County) - Government Center; Furnishings, 1962.
4Dallas (County) - Government Center; Mechanical and electrical, 1962.
5Dallas (County) - Government Center; Miscellaneous equipment, 1962.
6Dallas (County) - Government Center; Parking facility, 1967.
7Dallas (County) - Government Center; Parking Facility Addendum 1,2,3, 1968.
8Dallas Athletic Club; Additions and alterations, #4803, 1948.
9Dallas Athletic Club; Kitchen equipment, #4803, 1948.
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891Dallas Baptist College; Academic and Administrative and Science Buildings, 1964.
2Dallas Baptist College; Academic and Administrative and Science Buildings, 1964.
3Dallas Baptist College; Gymatorium.
4Dallas Baptist College; Women's & Men's Dormitory, #6101A, 1964.
5Dallas Baptist College; Kenneth E. Burg Building, 1967.
6Dallas Medical and Surgical Clinic; Additions and alterations, 1968.
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901First National Bank; Grand Prairie, #5211.
2First National Bank; Mesquite, #5906, 1060.
3First National Bank; Mesquite, Plumbing.
4First Presbyterian Church; Arlington, #5206, 1955.
5First Presbyterian Church; Fleche Church and Sunday School, Arlington, 1958.
6Garland Bank and Trust Company; Bank and Office, Garland, 1965.
7Garland Bank and Trust Company; Garland, 1965.
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911Garland Bank and Trust Company; Garland, 1965.
2General Electric Computer Center; Office, #6103, 1961.
3Gregg (County); Gregg County Airport, Terminal, #4907, 1949.
4Gregg (County); Gregg County Airport, Lawn Sprinklers.
5Hardware Mutual Casualty Company; #5907, 1959.
6Higginbotham, Wilson; Residence, #5006, 1950.
7Insurance Company of North American Companies; #5803, 1959.
8Interstate Circuit, Inc.; Preliminary Specs for Theater.
9J.L. Williams and Company Incorporated; Office, 1962.
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921Kilgore College Auditorium; Technical equipment, Kilgore, #5007, 1950.
2Kilgore College Auditorium; Kilgore, 1950.
3L-M-S Development Company; Office Building, Dallas, Proposal Form.
4L-M-S Development Company; Office Building, Dallas, #5501, 1956.
5L-M-S Development Company; Office Building, Dallas, Mechanical and Electrical.
6L-M-S Development Company; Office Building, Dallas, Addendum.
7L.P. Mc Cuistian Sanitarium Foundation; Doctor's Building, Paris, #5003, 1950.
8Leachmans, Neth L.; Residence, #5205, 1952.
9Lewis Sperry Chafer Chapel; Dallas Theological Seminary, #5104, 1952.
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931Love Field; North Wing, additions and alterations, #4615, 1946.
2Love Field; Control Tower, #5016, 1950.
3Masonic Home and School; Fort Worth, 1958.
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941Masonic Home and School; Chapel, Fort Worth, #5307, 1958.
2Memorial Grand Lodge Temple; Waco, #5017, 1952.
3Memorial Grand Lodge Temple; Waco, Addendum to mechanical and electrical work, #5105, 1952.
4Memorial Grand Lodge Temple; Waco, #4706, 1947.
5Mercantile Commerce Building; Additions, 1957.
6Mercantile Commerce Building; Mechanical and electrical additions, 1957.
7Mercantile Commerce Building; Otis Elevator Co. 1957.
8Mercantile National Bank; Mercantile Jackson Building; Interior Specs, 1957.
9Mercantile National Bank; Mercantile Jackson Building; Alterations, 1964.
10Mercantile National Bank; Mercantile Jackson Building; Mechanical and Electrical, 1970.
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951Mercantile National Bank; Additions and alterations, 1970.
2Mercantile National Bank; Mercantile Jackson Building; General Specs, 1971.
3Mercantile National Bank; Mercantile Jackson Building, mechanical and electrical work, 1971.
4Merchants and Planters National Bank; Additions and alterations, Sherman, 1972.
5Meredith, Carlton; Office, #5309, 1954.
6Munger Place Methodist Church; Sunday School Building, #5005.
7Oak Cliff Methodist; Youth Memorial Building, #5018, 1950.
8Our Lady of Good Counsel; High School and Residence Hall, #5914, 1960.
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961Our Lady of Good Counsel; High School and Residence Hall, mechanical and electrical work, #5914, 1960.
2Our Lady of Good Counsel; High School and Residence Hall, technical equipment, #5914, 1960.
3Preston Meaders Corporation; Office and Retail Shop, 1962.
4Preston Theater, #5004.
5Saint Andrews Episcopal Church, Grand Prairie, #5301.
6Scottino, Rosa; Building, #4616, 1946.
7Scottish Rite Foundation; Library and Museum, Waco, 1967.
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971Scottish Rite Foundation; Library and Museum, mechanical and electrical work, Waco, 1967.
2Scurry, W.C.; Residence, #4806.
3Seale, R.I.; Residence, University Park.
4Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Hamilton Dial Building, additions and alterations, #6007, 1961.
5Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Additions and alterations, Huntsville, #4704, 1947.
6Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Additions and alterations, Marshall, #4703, 1947.
7Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; 631 Melrose Building, additions and alterations, 1968.
8Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Melrose Crossbar Dial Building, #5912, 1960.
9Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Melrose Crossbar Dial Building, #5912, 1960.
10Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Melrose Crossbar Dial Building, #5912.
11Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Additions and alterations, Pampa, #4702, 1947.
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981Statler-Hilton Hotel; Revisions to Entrance Drive, #6107, 1962.
2Texas State Hospitals; East Texas Tuberculosis Hospital, Tyler, #5405.
3Texas State Hospitals; East Texas Tuberculosis Hospital, Tyler, Addenda 1-7,#5405.
4Texas State Hospitals; East Texas Tuberculosis Hospital, Tyler, Landscape, #5405.
5UARCO Incorporated; Printing Plant, Paris, Addendum 1956.
6UARCO Incorporated; Printing Plant, Paris, 1965.
7UARCO Incorporated; Printing Plant, Paris, #5518, 1965.
8University of Texas at Austin; English Department, Classroom and Offices, #5306, 1954.
9University of Texas at Austin; English Department, Classroom and Offices, mechanical contracts, #5306, 1954.
10University of Texas at Austin; English Department, Classroom and Offices, elevator and hardware, #5305, 1954.
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991University of Texas at Austin; Science Building, elevator, #4804.
2University of Texas at Austin; Science Building, finish hardware, #4804, 1949.
3University of Texas at Austin; Science Building, laboratory equipment, #4804.
4University of Texas at Austin; Science Building, light fixtures, #4804, 1949.
5University of Texas at Austin; Science Building, mechanical and electrical contracts, #4804.
6University of Texas at Austin; Science Building mechanicals, #4804.
7University of Texas at Austin; Science Building, #4804.
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1001Wicker Fish and Poultry Company; Additions, #4604, 1946.

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Series F4: Bentley - Broad and Nelson

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1002Amarillo Air Force Base; Academic and Training Aids Building, #5101.
3Amarillo Air Force Base; Airmen's Dormitories, #5101, 1951.
4Amarillo Air Force Base; Bachelor Officers' Quarters and Academic Building, 1951.
5Amarillo Air Force Base; Bachelor Officers' Quarters, #5101, 1951.
6Amarillo Air Force Base; Base Operations Building, #5101.
7Amarillo Air Force Base; Two-Unit Hangers, #5101.
8TEX 77-1; Low Rent Housing, Ballinger, #5013, 1951.
9TEX 99-1R; Low Rent Housing, Bryson, #5013, 1952.
10TEX 106-1R and 106-2R; Low Rent Housing, Daingerfield, #5013, 1952.
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1011TEX 70-1 and 70-2; Low Rent Housing, Ennis, #5013, 1952.
2TEX 82-1; Low Rent Housing, Henrietta, 1951.
3TEX 84-1; Low Rent Housing, #5013, 1951.

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Series F5: Broad and Nelson, and Jack Corgan

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1014Love Field; Maintenance Hangar for American Airlines, 1957.
5Love Field; Maintenance Hangar for American Airlines, 1957.
6Love Field; Hangar Building for Delta, General, 1957.
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1021Love Field; Hangar Building for Delta, site work, 1957.
2Love Field; Hangar Building for Delta, electrical work, 1957.
3Love Field; Hangar Building for Delta, plumbing, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, 1957.
4Love Field; Hangar Building for Delta, porcelain, enamel and signage, 1957.
5Love Field; Hangar Building for Delta, steel structure, 1957.
6Love Field; Hangar Building for Delta, building work, 1957.
7Love Field; Terminal Building, 1955.
8Love Field; Terminal Building, #5404, 1955.
9Love Field; Terminal Building, alterations, #5901a, 1960.
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1031Love Field; Terminal Building, elevators, 1955.
2Love Field; Terminal Building, escalators.
3Love Field; Terminal Building, mechanical, 1955.
4Love Field; Terminal Building, mechanical, 1955.
5Love Field; Terminal Building, mechanical, 1955.

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Series F6: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill

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1036Carthage - Carthage Elementary School; 1949.
7Carthage - Carthage Elementary School; Addition, 1963.
8Carthage - Independent School District; Colored High School, 1949.
9Carthage - Independent School District; Colored Elementary School, 1952.
10Carthage - Independent School District; Physical Education Building for Elementary School, 1964.
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1041Carthage - Independent School District; White Elementary School, Colored Gymnasium, and additions to Colored School, 1954.
2Carthage - Independent School District; White Elementary School, addition, 1957.
3Dallas - Wholesale Carlot Produce Market.
4Dean Memorial Children's Home, 1951.
5Del Rio and Winter Garden Telephone Company; Dial Office Building, Del Rio, 1951.
6Dr. Pepper Company; Syrup and Bottling Plant, Garage and Shops, Revised Specs for Construction, Dallas.
7Eastman Kodak Company Incorporated; Dallas Branch and Processing Building.
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1051Gibraltar Life Insurance Company; 1950.
2Irving - Independent School District; Senior High Gymnasium, 1953.
3Irving - Public Schools; East and West Elementary, 195.
4Irving - Public Schools; North Elementary, 1950.
5Irving - Independent School District; Plymouth Elementary, 1953.
6Metropolitan Federal Savings and Loan; Branch Office, 1961.
7Oak Cliff Bank and Trust; Office Building, mechanicals, 1951.
8Panalo College; Student Union, Carthage, 1956.
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1061Saint Andrews Episcopal Church; Amarillo, 1955.
2Saint Mathews Cathedral; Activities Building, 1954.
3San Marcos Baptist Academy; High School, San Marcos, 1960
4Smith (County) - Court House, Tyler, 1953.
5Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Engineering Department, 1964.
6Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office, additions and alterations, Amarillo, 1951.
7Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office, additions and alterations, Bay City, 1948.
8Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office, additions and alterations, Center, 1948.
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1071Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Dial Office, Childress, 1952.
2Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Milton `5' Dial Building, additions and alterations, Cleburne, 1959.
3Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Milton `5' Dial Building, additions and alterations, Cleburne, 1959.
4Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Milton `5' Dial Building, Cleburne, 1964.
5Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office, additions and alterations, Corpus Christi, 1955.
6Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Administrative and Equipment Building, 6th floor - Traffic Quarters, alteration, 1965.
7Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Diamond Dial Building, 1956.
8Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; East District Office, 1957.
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1081Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; East District Office, 1957.
2Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Emerson Dial Building, 1955.
3Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Franklin Dial Building, additions and alterations, 1957.
4Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Madison-Winfield, additions and alterations, 1946.
5Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Test Center to Whitehall Dial, additions and alterations, 1957.
6Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Test Center Whitehall Dial Building, 1957.
7Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office, additions and alterations, Denison, 1947.
8Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office, additions and alterations, Edinburg, 1948.
9Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Dial Chapel `7', Farmers Branch, 1954.
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1091Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Dial Chapel `7', additions and alterations, Farmers Branch, 1956.
2Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Dial Chapel `7', additions and alterations, Farmers Branch, 1965.
3Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; South District Office, Fort Worth, 1963.
4Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office, Gainsville, 1953.
5Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Howard `5' C.O., additions and alterations, Gainsville, 1960.
6Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office, additions and alterations, Greenville, 1954.
7Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Garfield C.O. and Dial Building, Harlingen, 1958.
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1101Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Dial Office Building, Hondo, 1952.
2Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; East District Office, Houston, 1956.
3Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Riverside Dial Building, Houston, 1958.
4Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; South District Office, Houston, 1956.
5Garfield `5' Dial Building, Huntsville, 1954.
6Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Dial Building, additions and alterations, Laredo, 1957.
7Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Sunset Dial Building, additions and alterations, Laredo, 1957.
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1111Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office Building, additions and alterations, Longview, 1952.
2Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Plaza `3' Building, additions and alterations, Longview, 1962.
3Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Lubbock `4' Dial Building, additions and alterations, Lubbock, 1952.
4Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Sherwood Dial Building, additions and alterations, Lubbock, 1959.
5Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Dial Office Building, Jacksboro, 1950.
6Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office Building, additions and alterations, Mission, 1947.
7Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Federal Dial Building, additions and alterations, Odessa, 1959.
8Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Sunset `4' Building, additions and alterations, Paris, 1961.
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1121Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Dial Building, Paris, 1953.
2Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, Central Office Building, additions and alterations, Pharr, 1947.
3Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office Building, additions and alterations, Pittsburg, 1948.
4Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Dial Office Building, Pleasanton, 1951.
5Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; North District Office, San Antonio, 1960.
6Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Dial Office Building, Seminole, 1950.
7Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Belmont `4' C.O. Building, Sweetwater, 1955.
8Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Waco Dial Central Office, Waco, 1947.
9Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Waco Dial Central Office Building, additions and alterations, Waco, 1951.
10Standard Brands Incorporated; Office Building, Grocery Warehouse, and Addition to Yeast Plant, 1950.
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1131Texas Highway Department; District Laboratory Building and Improvements to District Office and Outside Utilities, Tyler, 1960.
2Texas Highway Department; District Office Building, Tyler, 1956.
3Texas Highway Department; District Warehouse and Shop Building, Tyler, 1958.
4Texas - Mexia State School; Ward Building, Mexia, 1957.
5Titche-Goettinger Company; Store, 1952-1955.
6Titche-Goettinger Company; Warehouse addition and Main Building Mezzanine addition, 1952.

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Series F7: Miscellaneous Firms

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1141Carthage High School; Carthage, 1928.
2Dallas - Bachman Water Purification Plant - Section 3 - Basin 3, additions and improvements, Meyers and Noyes, #5015, 1946.
3Dallas (County) - Records and Criminal Court Buildings, air conditioning, Landauer, Guerro and Shafer, #5216, 1952.
4Dallas (County) - Records Building remodel ground floor, 1967.
5Dallas (City and County) - Memorial Hospital, Staff Residence, Roscoe Dewitt, 1953.
6Dallas (City and County) - Memorial Hospital, Dewitt and Swank, 1951.
7Dallas - Elm Fork Water Plant; Filters and Filter Building, Meyer and Noyes and Associate Engineers, #5001, 1950.
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1151Dallas - Elm Fork Water Plant - Chemical Building; Meyer and Noyes and Associate Engineers, #5002, 1950.
2Dallas - Elm Fork Water Plant - Pumping Plant; Meyers and Noyes and Associate Engineers, #4908, 1950.
3Dallas Medical and Surgical Hospital; Food Service Equipment, McKesson and Robins, 1969.
4First National Bank; Steel sub-floor and curtain wall, Thomas E. Stanley and George L. Dahl, 1962.
5First National Bank, Mesquite, Harwood K. Smith and Joseph Mills.
6Highland Park - Independent School District; High School, Public Works Administration, Dewitt and Washburn, 1936.
7Hilton Hotel; Marlin, Curtis and Thomas, #141, 1929.
8Mercantile Securities Building, Dallas, William D. Reed, Jr.
9Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Austin Main Building, air conditioning, Landauer and Shafer, Austin, 1954.
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1161Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Central Office Building, additions and alterations, C.E. Overbeck, Harlingen, 1947.
2Southwestern Bell Telephone Company; Air Conditioning, Zumwalt and Vinther, Waco, 1954.
3Texas Employment Commission, vol. 1, George L. Dahl, Austin, 1958.
4Texas Employment Commissions, vol. 2, George L. Dahl, Austin, 1958.
5Texas Centennial Central Exposition, Texas Centennial Architects Associated, 1935.
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1171Texas Centennial Central Exposition, Texas Centennial Architects Associated, 1935.
2Texas - Mexia State School; Mexia, Wiltshire and Fisher, #5022, 1951.
3United States - Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works; Lucas Drive Housing Project, 1935.
4United States - Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works; Lucas Drive Housing Project, 1935.
5United States - Federal Housing Authority; Civilian War Housing, Haynes, Strange, Parkhill, Voelcker, and Dixon, Deming, New Mexico, 1942.
6United States - Public Housing Administration; Public Housing Authority, Low-Rent Housing, Basic Specifications for Rural Nonfarm Housing, Bulletin no. LR-22, 1951.
7United States - General Services Administration; Regional Underground Center (1 of 2), Denton.
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1181United States - General Services Administration; Regional Underground Center (2 of 2), Denton.
2University of Texas at Austin, Classroom Building, 1950.

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Series G: Printed Material

Series G1: General
BoxFolder
1401Air Reserve Newsletter,1947
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1441Ambrosi. Burgenland Verlag. 1948
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1402American Airport Design. Taylor, Rogers and Bliss Inc. New York, 1930
3Architects of Ancient Days. Samuel Cabot Inc., n.d.
4Architectural Competition - League of Nations.1927
5Architectural Forum: Design Decade.Oct., 1940
6Architectural Forum: Schoolhouse Economy Forum.Oct., 1953
7Architectural Monographs of Tiles and Tilework."Ceramics in Architecture," no. 1, 1924
Extent (2 copies)
8Architectural Monographs of Tiles and Tilework."Ceramic Art Among the Greeks and Romans," no. 4, 1926
9Architectural Monographs of Tiles and Tilework."Ceramics of Saracenic, Syria, Turkey, and Egypt," no. 5, 1926
10Architectural Monographs of Tiles and Tilework."Decorative Tiles of North Africa," no. 7, 1929
11ArchitecturaI Specifications for Stage Equipment. Hubert Mitchell Industries, Hartselle, Ala., 1958
BoxFolder
1442Beauty in Iron: Hotel Sir Francis Drake, San Francisco, Co., Weeks and Day, Architects and Engineers, 1929
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14012Beaux-Arts Institute of Design Newsletter.Mar. and May, 1955
13Centennial News."Texas Centennial Exposition News," no. 18, 19, 20; 1936
14Civil Engineering."Precast Concrete for Los Angeles Baseball Stadium,"May 1962
15Civic Sculpture: Monument's Erected by the State of Texas to Commemorate the Centeneary of Texas Independence,1938
16Concours d'Architecture,1928-29
BoxFolder
1443Ecclesiastical Lighting Fixtrures. Glass Chandelier Co., St. Louis, Mo. 1929
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14017Fair Practice Proposals: Road to a United Association of Architects, Engineers, Contractors. Elmo K. Lathrop, n.d.
18Federal Architect.Apr.-July, 1945
19Formica Brand Laminated Plastic Colors and Paterns, n.d.
20Golden Jubilee Journal Commemorating the 50th Paris Award.Oct., 1964 (Nelson listed on p. 9)
21Historic Carifornia: Sonoma Benicia. American Institure of Architects, n.d.
22Historic California: San Juan Bautista Monterey. American Institute of Architects, n.d.
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1444ILCO Details. Indiana Limestone Co., 1929
6Illustrated London News.Mar. 25, 1933
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14023Master Draftsman Welles Bosworth,n.d.
24New York Herald Tribune European Edition. Special supplement on the city of Dallas, Mar. 1955
BoxFolder
1447Off-Street Parking Inventory - Dallas Central Area, June 1968
8Pattern for Tomorrow: A Study of the Growth Area of Downtown Dallas. Southerland Life Insurance Co., 1959
BoxFolder
14025Rudolph Ruzicka Exhibitrion of Prints, Drawing, Sketches, and Watercolors.
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1411Sam Houston Coliseum Moving Rubber Sidewalk. Dedication, n.d.
2School Planning Seminar. Texas A &M College, Texas Society of Architecture Annual Convention, 1948
3Southern Architectural and Industrial Arts Exposition (catalog), Nov. 1929
BoxFolder
1449Sphere: With Which is Incorperated The Graphic.,Feb. 18, 1933
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1414Stone: The Magazine of the Natural Building Stone Industry,Mar, 1955
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1445Structural Details. Indiana Limestone Institute, n.d.
10Tavern Club's First and Next Twenty Years, 1948
BoxFolder
1415Tower of Babel,n.d.
6"Urban Centers,"Architecture Plus,Mar. 1971
(includes Dallas City Hall)
Series G2: Brochures
BoxFolder
14177600 Carpenter Freeway; Office Building, 1963.
8BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit): Basic Information, n.d.
9Central Business District Dallas: Progress in the Sixties
10Historic San Felipe de Austin: including Stephen F. Austin Park
11Masonic Grand Lodge of Texas, Waco
12Masonic brochures
13Scottish Rite brochures

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Series H: Books

Series Abstract
Unless otherwise noted, The following items are located in the University of Texas Architecture and Planning Library's Special Collections.
BoxFolder
1456Architectural Forum (bound). Vol. 55, no. 3 (Sept. 1931); vol. 47, no. 3 (Sept. 1927); vol. 46, no. 6 (June 1927).
with bookplate of Arthur E. Thomas
6Architectural Record (bound). New York: Architectural Record Co., Jan.-June 1916.
v. 39 no. 1-6 Stamped T.D. Broad Serial 208-213 with Index for XXXIX Jan-June 1916
6Architectural Record (bound). New York: Architectural Record Co., July-Dec. 1916
v. 49 no. 1-6 Stamped T.D. Broad Serial no. 214-219 with Index for Vol. XL July-Dec. 1916
6Atlantic Terra Cotta Monthly (bound). Atlanta, Ga.: Atlantic Terra Cotta Co., vol. 5-6 (1922-1924).
Signed A.E. Thomas v. 5 n. 1 May 1922-v. 6 n. 12 May 1924
6Atlantic Terra Cotta Monthly (bound). Atlanta, Ga.: Atlantic Terra Cotta Co., vol. 7-8 (1924-1927).
v. 7 n. 1 June 1924 - v. 8 n. 12 March 1927
6Baltimore Conference of Grand Masters. (Pimbley, Arthur Francis) Baltimore, Md.: Grand Lodge of Maryland, 1910. (limited edition, number 406)
6Basic American Ideals. Washington D.C.: Supreme Council 33° Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, n.d.
Title from Spine. nd.
6Building Code of the City of Dallas. Standing Building Code Advisory Committee, [1922.]
6Details. Bound volumes of Architecture's Portfolio Series. Vol. 3, 1920s.
With bookplate of Arthur E. Thomas.
6First Century of Scottish Rite Masonry in Texas, 1867-1967. (Carter, James Davil) Waco, Tex.: Robert Lee Lockwood, 1967. (signed edition - Lee Lockwood presentation plate to Donald S. Nelson)
6Man of Mount Moriah: A Great Masonic Story. (Boutelle Charles Miles) New York: Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Co., 1925. c.1893, 1898 signed.
6M.I.T. Alumni Register. Cambridge, Mass.: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948.
6Proposed Manual of Standard Practice for Detailing Reinforced Concrete Structures. Detroit: American Concrete Institute, 1946.
Stamped: Austin Brothers, Dallas, Texas.
6Statutes of the Supreme Council of the 33° Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.Oct. 1953.
6Stevens Master Specifications for Architects and Builders. Chicago: Stevens Master Specifications Inc., 1932. c.1931
6War. (Bourdele, Pierre) Special Artist's Edition Limited to 250 copies, signed and numbered - 87, n.d.

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Series I: Visual Material

Series Abstract
Digital representations of some of the items in this series are available at Texas ScholarWorks for remote viewing (See subseries I3 below).
Pierre Bourdelle, Sculptor
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12227Photographs of his work
28Contact sheets of metal wall sculptures
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13212Broadmoor Building; photographs of relief sculpture
13Oversize photographs of his work
13Squafitto on illustration board [Masonic]
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Flat FileMCMLVIII
Thomas Broad
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12229Collins, Wortham; Summer home, drawing
30First Baptist Church, Arlington; Reproduction of rendering
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1322Gregg County Airport; Terminal building, Reproduction of rendering
14Rendering of proposed building
Lester Flint
BoxFolder
12231Photograph of student drawing, 1926
Flint and Broad
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12232Unidentified residences
33Burgher, B.M.; Residence
34Burgher, Ballard; Residence
35Buckner Orphans' Home; High School
36Church of the Holy Cross
37Dallas - Fire Station and Repair Shops
38Sharp, Jas.; residence
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1323Masonic Temple, Dallas, Reproduction of rendering
24Medical and Dental Building, Reproductions of renderings
Donald Nelson
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1231Photographic portrait; military
2Personal photographs and portrait
3Tower of Babel; Reprodution of drawing by Nelson
4Photograph of rendering of proposed building by Nelson
5Proposed Apartment building hotel by Nelson and Anton Korn
BoxFolder
1466Presentation for proposed building, reproductions of floor plans and rendering
BoxFolder
13216Columbus Memorial Competition, reproduction of perspective and plan
25Memorials, reproductions of drawings
BoxFolder
1469Memorial, reproduction of drawing, 1977
Travel Photographs
BoxFolder
1236Egypt, Karnak; Temple interior
7Israel, Garden of Gethsemene
8Italy, Venice
9United States, California, Catalina Island, Wrigley Monument
10United States, Washington D.C.; Architecture and monuments
Unidentified Visual Material
BoxFolder
12311Construction photographs (originally housed in green binder, n.d.)
12Reproduction of a drawing of columns
13Sculptures
14Projects
10Projects
15Stained glass and church interiors
BoxFolder
1329Group portrait [family?]
BoxFolder
1467Proposed building, color reproduction attached to cover of menu for Arthur's restaurant
8Sketch of proposed building, same as above attached to photograph
Projects: Broad and Nelson
BoxFolder
12316Baseball Stadium, Chavez Ravine, Los Angeles
BoxFolder
1462Baseball Staduim, Dallas-Fort Worth, presentation, includes reproductions of floor plan, elevation, and sketch
1Bishop Dunne School
Extent (2 photographs)
BoxFolder
12317Broadmoor Building, Hobbs, N.M.
18Broadmoor Building, Hobbs, N.M., 1960
BoxFolder
1324Craftown Meadows; Industrial Center, Suburban Dallas, reproduction of rendering
BoxFolder
12319Dallas County Buildings, progress photographs #5216
20Dallas County Buildings, Pauly Jail Building Co., Albany County Jail
BoxFolder
1241Dallas County Government Center, Construction photographs, July 1964-Mar. 1965
2Dallas County Government Center, Construction photographs, Mar. 1965-Sept. 1966
3Dallas County Government Center, Construction photographs, Nov. 1963-July 1964
4Dallas County Government Center, Construction photographs, Mar. 1963-Oct. 1963
5Dallas County Government Center, parking
6Dallas County Government Center, interior
7Dallas - Filtration Plant, Dallas Waterworks; Plants in other United States cities
BoxFolder
1325Dallas - Board of Education; L.O. Donald School, reproduction of rendering
17Dallas Board of Education; L.O. Donald School, color photograph
6Dallas - Independent School District; Leila P. Cowart School; Additions, reproduction of rendering
19Dallas - Independent School District; Benjamin Junior High School, reproduction of rendering
BoxFolder
1248Dallas Baptist College, progress photographs, #6101, 1965
9First National Bank, Mesquite
BoxFolder
13220Garland Bank and Trust, reproduction of rendering
BoxFolder
12410Garland Hospital, Garland
BoxFolder
1251Garland Hospital, progress photographs
2Kilgore College Auditorium
3Love Field; Site plans and transparancies
BoxFolder
1327Love Field; Terminal building, reproduction of rendering
21Love Field; Oversize photographs by Squire Haskins
BoxFolder
1254[Masonic] Floor lamp
BoxFolder
14610Masonic Home and School, Fort Worth, reproduction of aerial view
BoxFolder
1255Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco; Progress photographs, 1948-49
6Memorial Grand Lodge Temple; Progress photographs, 1949
7Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco
8Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco
BoxFolder
13226Mercantile Buildings, oversize photographs
BoxFolder
1259Mercantile Buildings
10Mercantile Confidential Building; Color transparancies and photographs
11Mercantile Jackson and Mercantile Bank; Additions, Dec. 1970-Oct. 1971 with gaps (1 of 2)
12Mercantile Jackson and Mercantile Bank; Additions, Dec. 1970-Oct. 1971 with gaps 5 (2 of 2)
BoxFolder
1261Mercantile-Jackson Building; Parking garage, progress photographs, 1970-71
2Mercantile National Bank; Photograph of model
3Mercantile National Bank
4Mercantile National Bank; Additions, progress photographs, May-Aug. 1970
5Mercantile National Bank; Additions, progress photographs, May-Aug. 1970
6Mercantile National Bank; Additions, progress photographs, Sept.-Nov. 1970
7Mercantile National Bank; Additions, progress photographs, Sept.-Nov. 1970
BoxFolder
1271Mercantile National Bank; Additions, 1970-71 (1 of 2)
2Mercantile National Bank; Additions, 1971 (2 of 2)
3Mercantile National Bank; Additions, progress photographs, Jan.-Apr 1972
4Oregon State Capitol Competition
5Our Lady of Good Counsel; Photographs of plans
6Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, photographs of sculpture
7Scottish Rite Foundation; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum, Waco, photograph of rendering (1967 proposal)
8Texas Centennial Memorials
9Texas - East Texas Tuberculosis Hospital
10Texas - East Texas Tuberculosis Hospital
11Texas - State Insurance Building; Progress photographs, 1962 [1 of 2]
12Texas - State Insurance Building; Progress photographs, 1962 [2 of 2]
BoxFolder
1281University of Texas, Austin; English Department
2University of Texas, Austin; Science building, color
3University of Texas, Austin; Science building, progress photographs, 1949 [1 of 2]
4University of Texas, Austin; Science building, progress photographs, 1949-50 [2 of 2]
BoxFolder
1328University of Texas, Austin; Science building, reproduction of rendering
28University of Texas, Austin; Science building, color
BoxFolder
1291Scottish Rite Temple, designed by Millard Sheets
2Unidentified interior
3Unidentified sculpture
4Dallas County Government Center
5Farmers Branch Shopping Center
6First Federal Savings and Loan building
7First National Bank, Mesquite
8Garland Bank and Trust
9General Electric Computer Center
10Hardware Mutual building
11Insurance Co. of America
12Kilgore College Auditorium
13Love Field
14Memorial Grand Lodge Temple
15Mercantile Buildings
16Texas - State Board of Insurance Building
17University of Texas; Cooling plant
18University of Texas; English Department Bldg
Box
130Unidentified projects
BoxFolder
1311Broadmoor Building, Hobbs, N.M.
2Dallas County Courthouse
3General Electric Computer Center
4Memorial Grand Lodge, Waco
5Mercantile Buildings
6Scottish Rite Crippled Children's Hospital
7Scottish Rite Temple
8Texas - State Board of Insurance, Austin
9University of Texas, Austin; English and Science buildings
BoxFolder
13211AAmerican Pilgrim Society Medal - Gold
11BBaseball Stadium, reproduced drawings covered in plastic
15Chicago Worlds Fair Centennial
18Dallas; 2 aerial views (photographs)
22Photograph of bust of Tyler Dennett by Elizabeth MacLean-Smith
23Magnolia Building; survey maps
27United States Courthouse and Custom House, Evansville, Ind., reproduction of drawings
Series I1: Slides
BoxFolder
1331Unidentified
2Unidentified
3Unidentified
4Unidentified
5Unidentified
6Unidentified
7Unidentified
BoxFolder
1341Unidentified
2Unidentified
3Unidentified, men in suits
4France, Paris
5Italy; trip
6Italy; trip
7Mexico, Monterrey
8San Juan
9Sweden, Stockholm
10United States; California Disneyland
BoxFolder
1351United States; Louisana trip
2United States; Washington D.C.
3United States; New York (Niagara Falls & includes Pittsburgh airport
4Unidentified projects
5Broadmoor Building, Hobbs, N.M.
6Brookhollow Cafeteria
7Buckner Orphans' Home
8Burgher; Residence
9Dallas County Government Center
BoxFolder
1361Dallas County Government Center (includes old Courthouse)
2Dallas - Independent School District; Cockrell High School
3Dallas Baptist College
4Dublin Housing
5El Paso; Art Museum
6Ferris; Residence
7First Baptist Church, Arlington
8First National Bank, Grand Prairie
9First National Bank; Mesquite
10First Presbyterian Church, Arlington
11Gregg County Airport
12Henderson housing
13Higgenbotham; Residence
14Hope Cottage
15Jossett, Raoul; Sculptor for Nelson
See also: Raoul Josset Papers in the Architectural Drawings Collection)
16Kilgore Auditorium
17Love Field
BoxFolder
1371Love Field
2Love Field
3Masonic Home; School and Chapel
4Masonic Temple
5Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco
6Mercantile Buildings
7Mercantile Buildings
(See also: large glass slides in Box 138)
8Pershing School
9Scottish Rite; Lee Lockwood Library, Waco
10Sherman Bank
BoxFolder
1381Spence; Residence
2Texas Centennial; Fair Park
3Texas - East Texas Tuberculosis Hospital
4Texas - State Board of Insurance Building, Austin
5University of Texas, Austin
6UARCO Inc.
7Waco Professional Building
8Wight; Residence
Series I2: Negatives
BoxFolder
1285Unidentified portraits
6Unidentified church interior
7Unidentified sculpture
8Unidentified residences and buildings
9Bourdelle, Pierre; Sculptural relief on Broadmoor building, Hobbs, N.M.
10Flint and Broad; Unidentified residences and buildings
11Nelson portrait
12Nelson drawing of the Tower of Babel
13Domeier, Doug, "Dallas Architect takes trip through his past." (newspaper article about Donald Nelson)
14Dallas County Government Center
15Dallas County Government Center
16Kilgore College Auditorium
17Love Field
18Love Field, negatives of drawings
19Memorial Grand Lodge Temple; Sculpture by Jose Martin
20Mercantile Dallas Building
21Mercantile National Bank interior
22Texas Centennial Memorials
23Texas - East Texas Tuberculosis Hospital, Tyler
24Scottish Rite Library and Museum
BoxFolder
13229Love Field; Terminal Building - site plan
30Unidentified project
31Mercantile Building
Box
138Unidentified rolled negatives
Series I3: Films
Double, Type A, 25 ft. (7.62m), 8mm, safety film, Kodachrome.
BoxFolder
1391Unidentified
2Unidentified
3[Carlu] processed 9/22/58
4[Elnora] processed 9/22/58
5[Padoin] processed 9/22/58
6[Pidetrasonta] processed 9/22/58
7[Pietrasante - Marvino] processed 9/22/58
8Broad Birthday processed 5/23/62
9Coliseum, Brounts, the dogs, Andy
10Expo
11Expo
12Fair processed 9/22/58
13Flight processed 9/22/58
14Flight processed 9/22/58
15Kezar Stadium (half-time)
16The Mays, The Brouts
17Virginia's House, City Hall
18Belgium, Brussels FAIR processed 9/22/58
19Italy processed 9/22/58
20Italy, Florence processed 9/22/58
21Mexico, Mexico City tour 2/28/62
22United States, California, Disneyland
23United States, California, Chavez Ravine, B.B. Stadium June 1962
24United States, California Wash, Chavez Ravine June 1962
25United States, California Chavez Ravine, June 1962
26United States, Connecticut, Hartford #1 processed 5/28/62
27United States, Connecticut, Hartford #2
28United States, Louisiana, Shreveport
29United States, New Mexico, Hobbs 4/13/1960
30United States, New York, New York City, Edstone Museum, Lincoln Center, etc. 4/1963
31United States, New York, New York City, Pan Am Bldg, Carbide etc. 4/1963
32United States, New York, New York City - Houston end
33United States, New York, New York City - Departure for Chicago processed 8/23/61
34United States, Tennessee, Memphis The Walk Jones "Memphis" processed 6/14/58
35United States, Tennessee, Memphis Love and Memphis processed 6/14/58
36United States, Texas, Lubbock 7/16/1960
37United States, Washington D.C. processed 8/20/58
38United States, Washington D.C. Flight from Love Field 3/26/60
39United States, Washington D.C. Capitol, Fountain, Fed Trade Com proc. 3/23/61
40United States, Washington D.C. Stadium, Pet Apts proc 3/20/61
41Trip - Multiple Stops Houston, Alexandria
42Trip - Multiple Stops Dallas, Washington, Lillian Richard, Webb, Mac Star 8-26 - 9-3-60
43Trip - Multiple Stops Leaving Dallas, entering Omaha, White Sox gaine
44AIA Convention, Montreal proc 5-23-62
45Broadmoor Building, Hobbs, N.M., Taxcrete proc 7/61
46Broadmoor Building, Hobbs, N.M., Taxcrete proc 7/61
47Broadmoor Building, Hobbs, N.M. Dallas - Hobbs with John Schrimp 7-16-60
48Dallas Baptist College Baptist Univ., models, Trip from Monterey
49First National Bank, Mesquite, Ton Broadamvas, George Cober
50Garland Hospital, Garland, Building Comm., 10/28/59
51Garland Hospital, Garland proc. 10/1960
52Kennedy Memorial, Dallas
53Memorial Grand Lodge, Lee Lockwood Residence, 4-22-59
54Moving Sidewalks proc. 6/12/58
55SW National Bank, El Paso
56SW National Bank, El Paso
57Statler #1, Driveway, Washington Martin Fisher proc. 4/25/62
58Statler #2 proc. 4/25/62
59Texcrete Will (?) and Pierre (?) at Texcite (same double exposure) O.L.G.C. 8/1960
60Unidentified
Extent (400 ft.)
61Unidentified
Extent (150 ft.)
62Unidentified [William Langley]
Extent (a little over 300 ft.) 10' w/Sand (NOT 8mm - wider)
64SAFETY FILM Unidentified
Extent 150 ft 8mm
65Unidentified Nov. 1959
Extent 8mm 400 ft

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Series J: Audio Material

BoxFolder
13963Unidentified Audio Tape
Extent scotch plastic 1/4" X 600 ft. magnetic tape

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Series K: Artifacts

Box
143Donald Nelson's slide rule
Ashtray, black stone inscribed "Broad"

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Series L: Drawings

Series Abstract
Entries in each of the Drawings Series below are indexed in alphabetical order by Client's 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. Furthermore, similar projects are sorted in chronological order by date. Project names are supplied by the cataloger, as title blocks on the drawings prove to be inconsistent and many drawings are not labeled. Project names may also have been adjusted to accommodate alphabetical sorting. 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 cloth) as well as copies (such as sepia prints, blue line prints, etc.).

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Series L1: Preliminary Plans

BoxFolder
1463Dallas County Government Center
Extent (3 sets)
4Additions to Mercantile Commerce Building
5United States - Brooks Air Force Base; School of Aviation Medicine, San Antonio

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Series L2: Shop Drawings

Box
149Broadmoor Building, Hobbs, N.M.
Brookhollow Service Center
City Temple Presbyterian Church
Box
150Dallas County Government Center (includes JFK Memorial)
Dallas - Independent School District; Cockrell Hill School
Dallas Baptist CoIlege, Gymnasium and Men's and Women's Dormitories
Box
151Dallas Baptist College; Men's and Women's Dormitories and Science and Administration Buildings
Box
152Dallas Baptist College; Science and Administration Buildings
Dallas Theological Seminary
First National Bank, Mesquite
First Presbyterian Church, Arlington
Garland Bank and Trust
Box
153Garland Bank and Trust
General Electric Computer Center
Guaranty Savings and Loan Redwood City, CA
Highland Park Independent School District; High School
Box
154Highland Park Independent School District; High School
Hardware Mutual Casualty
Insurance Co. of North America
Kilgore College Auditorium, Kilgore
Love Field; Terminal Building and Delta Hangar
Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco
Box
155Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco
Box
156Memorial Grand Lodge Temple, Waco
Mercantile Bank and Securities Building
Mercantile National Bank
Box
157Mercantile National Bank
Box
158Mercantile-Jackson Building
Box
159Mercantile-Jackson Building
Munger Place Methodist Church
Preston Meaders Corp.
Box
160Scottish Rite; Lee Lockwood Library and Museum
UARCO Inc.
United States Government Projects Bergstrom AFB Southwestern Bell Melrose Dial Bldg

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Series L3: Architectural Drawings

Series Abstract
Entries in the Drawings Series are indexed in alphabetical order by Client's 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. Furthermore, similar projects are sorted in chronological order by date. Project names are supplied by the cataloger, as title blocks on the drawings prove to be inconsistent and many drawings are not labeled. Project names may also have been adjusted to accommodate alphabetical sorting. 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 cloth) as well as copies (such as sepia prints, blue line prints, etc.).
Project name: Agudas Achim Synagogue.
Date on drawings: 1958
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: All Saint's Episcopal Church.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
City: Wichita Falls
County: Wichita
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: American Airlines Admiral's Club.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: E. Gilbert Mason
Street address: Love Field
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: American Savings Building.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Baker Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Project name: Bell County Baseball Stadium. Sketches.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
County: Bell
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Better Monkey Grip Company Factory Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas Broad
Street address: Hines Boulevard
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Borden Milk Co. Ice Cream Plant. Alterations. Additions.
Date on drawings: 1945
Primary archt/firm: Thomas Broad
Street address: Leonard St.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Brook Hollow Cafeteria.
Date on drawings: 1958
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Brook Hollow Service Center. Building Number One.
Date on drawings: 1959
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Buckner Orphans' Home. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1929
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Buckner Orphans' Home. Auditorium. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Buckner Orphans' Home. Dormitory Building.
Date on drawings: 1923
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Buckner Orphans' Home. Dormitory Building.
Date on drawings: 1937
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Buckner Orphans' Home. First Floor Freeland and McElroy Dorms. Revisions.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Buckner Orphans' Home. Gate Keeper's House. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1937
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Buckner Orphans' Home. Guest Center Parking Area.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Buckner Orphans' Home. Offices. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1940
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Buckner Orphans' Home. Oil and Gas Building
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Buckner Orphans' Home. School Building.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Burt Building. Annex. Alterations.
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
Street address: Ervay at Patterson
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Church of the Good Shepard (L.T. Burns Memorial Chapel and Day School). 1959
Project name: Church of the Good Shepherd. L. T. Burns Memorial Chapel and Day School.
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
City: Wichita Falls
County: Wichita
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Citizen's State Bank.
City: Richardson
County: Collin
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas Aquarium.
Date on drawings: 1935-1936
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Collaborators: Flint & Broad
Collaborators: Fooshee & Cheek
Collaborators: Hal Thompson
Street address: Fair Park
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas Baptist College.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson with Caudill, Rowlett and Scott
Street address: Kiest Boulevard at Florida Drive
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas Baptist College. Gymnasium.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas Baptist College. Women's Dormitory.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas Country Club. Additions.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas. Maps.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas Mercantile (L.M.S.) Building.
Date on drawings: 1956
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas Plumbing Co. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson and Merrill
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas Theological Seminary. Administration Building. Additions. Master Plans.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Street address: 3909 Swiss Ave.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas Theological Seminary. Chapel.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Street address: 3909 Swiss Ave.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Davis Field.
City: Muskogee
State/Province: Okla.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dean Memorial Children's Home.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Street address: Harwood at Welborn
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: East Texas Tuberculosis Hospital (Chest Hospital).
City: Tyler
County: Smith
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Eastman Kodak Co. Southwest Sales Division. Alterations.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas and Jameson
Project name: El Paso Bank.
City: El Paso
County: El Paso
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Fair park. World Trade Building.
Date on drawings: 1955
Street address: Fair Park
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: First Baptist Church.
Date on drawings: 1937
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
City: Gainsville
County: Cooke
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 4509
Project name: First Baptist Church.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas Broad
City: Arlington
County: Tarrant
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: First Federal Savings and Loan. Interiors.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: First Methodist Church. Additions.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
City: Wichita Falls
County: Wichita
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: First National Bank.
Primary archt/firm: Smith and Mills
City: Mesquite
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: First National Bank. Additions.
City: Mesquite
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: First Presbyterian Church.
Date on drawings: 1954
City: Arlington
County: Tarrant
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Garland Bank and Trust Co.
Date on drawings: 1964
City: Garland
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Garland State Bank.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Howard Musick
City: Garland
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: General Electric Computer Center.
Date on drawings: 1961
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Greenock Acres.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Gregg County Airport Terminal.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas Broad
County: Gregg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hilton Hotel.
Primary archt/firm: Henry Coke Knight
City: Plainview
County: Hale
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hilton Hotel.
Primary archt/firm: Curtis and Thomas
City: Marlin
County: Falls
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Holiday Inn.
City: Denton
County: Denton
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Ideco Building. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1955
Street address: 3400 Illinios Ave.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: J.F.K. Memorial.
Primary archt/firm: Philip Johnson
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: John H. Brown School.
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lagow School.
Date on drawings: 1926
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lamar County Hospital.
Date on drawings: 1925
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad; Curtis and Lightfoot
County: Lamar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Love Field Administration Building.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
Street address: Love Field
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Love Field Control Tower.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Street address: Love Field
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Love Field Terminal Building.
Date on drawings: 1956 - 1958
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Street address: Love Field
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Love Field Terminal Building. Additions.
Date on drawings: 1945
Primary archt/firm: Thomas Broad
Street address: Love Field
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Love Field Terminal Building. North Wing. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1946
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Street address: Love Field
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Love Field Underground Fueling System. Construction Plans.
Primary archt/firm: Forrest and Cotton
Street address: Love Field
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Masonic Home and School. Chapel.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
City: Fort Worth
County: Tarrant
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Medical Arts Building.
Date on drawings: 1929
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
Street address: Milam at Pearl
City: Beaumont
County: Jefferson
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Medical Arts Building.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
Street address: 5th at Franklin
City: Waco
County: McLennan
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Medical Dental Building.
Date on drawings: 1928
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
Street address: Jefferson Bishop at Madison
City: Austin
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mercantile Bank and Securities Building. Additions. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1963-1964
Street address: Main, Commerce and Ervay Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mercantile Commerce Building.
Date on drawings: 1957
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mercantile Commerce Building. Addition.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mercantile National Bank Building.
Date on drawings: 1957
Street address: Main, Commerce and Ervay Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mercantile National Bank Building.
Date on drawings: 1958
Street address: Main, Commerce and Ervay Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Metropolitan Federal Savings and Loan Assoc. Branch Office Building.
Date on drawings: 1961-1962
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Street address: Preston Road at Preston Haven
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mexia State School. Ward Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
City: Mexia
County: Limestone
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: New Terminal Building. Development Plan.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Street address: Love Field
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: O.C.D.M.-Regional Underground Center.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
City: Denton
County: Denton
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Oak Cliff Methodist Church. Youth Memorial Building.
Street address: Jefferson at Marshalis
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Our Lady of Good Counsel. High School and Residential Halls.
Street address: Oak Cliff
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Panola College. Student Union Building.
Date on drawings: 1956-1957
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Petroleum Tower.
Street address: 811 N. Carancahua
City: Corpus Christi
County: Nueces
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: San Marcos Academy. High School Building.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
City: San Marcos
County: Hays
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Scottish Rite Cathedral.
Primary archt/firm: Hubbell and Greene
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 6416
Project name: Scottish Rite Foundation of Texas. Library and Museum.
Date on drawings: 1967
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
City: Waco
County: McLennan
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 6416
Project name: Scottish Rite Foundation of Texas. Library and Museum.
Date on drawings: 1967
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Collaborators: Glenn Drennon, Engr.
Collaborators: Zumwalt and Vinther, Mech. Engr.
City: Waco
County: McLennan
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 5608
Project name: Scottish Rite Hospital for Crippled Children. New Entrance Court and Memorial Platform.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Scottish Rite Temple (Austin).
Primary archt/firm: Winfred O. Gustafson
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Scottish Rite Temple (Dallas).
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson, Smith and Warder
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Scottish Rite Temple. Memorial Grand Lodge.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Collaborators: Robert L. White, Consulting Arch.
Collaborators: J. Walter Cocke Jr., Research Arch.
Street address: 7th at Columbus
City: Waco
County: McLennan
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Scottish Rite Temple. Memorial Grand Lodge. Column design. Revised.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: Robert L. White
Collaborators: Broad and Nelson, Assoc. Archt.
Street address: 7th at Columbus
City: Waco
County: McLennan
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Scottish Rite Temple (Seattle, Wash.).
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: Naramore, Bain, Brady, Johanson
City: Seattle
State/Province: Wash.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Security Engineering Co.
Date on drawings: 1955
Street address: 3400 Illinios Ave.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Smith Bros.Warehouse.
Primary archt/firm: Curtis and Thomas
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Andrew's Epicopal Church. School Building.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Street address: 16th at Georgia
City: Amarillo
County: Potter
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Street address: 16th at Georgia
City: Amarillo
County: Potter
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Mathew's Cathedral. Activities Building.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merill
Street address: Ross at Garrett
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: St. Paul Building.
Date on drawings: 1970
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Statler Hilton Hotel. New Entrance and Flagpole.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Stephen F. Austin State University. Dormitories. Cafeteria.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
City: Nacogdoches
County: Nacogdoches
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Unidentified Jail.
Project name: Unidentified Sketches/Drawings.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Project name: Unidentified Sketches/Tracings.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Project name: Unidentified Sunday School Building.
Date on drawings: 1950
Street address: Munger Boulevard and Bryan Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: United Presbyterian Church.
Street address: Fair Oak Ave. at Central Expressway
City: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Wholesale Carlot Produce Market.
Date on drawings: 1947
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Street address: Preston at Eakin Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: World Trade Building.
Project name: Leo A. Achtschin Guest House and Garden Wall.
Date on drawings: nd
Client: Achtschin, Leo. A.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: American Airlines Maintenance Hanger.
Date on drawings: nd
Client: American Airlines
Street address: Love Field
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Lucian Black Hotel Building.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
Client: Black, Lucian
Street address: Grand and Hudson Sts.
City: Oklahoma City
State/Province: Okla.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Broad and Nelson Offices.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: Broad and Nelson
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Thomas Broad Residence.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas Broad
Client: Broad, Thomas
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dr. I Brodsky Office.
Client: Brodsky, Dr. I.
Street address: Mercantile Dallas Building
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: B. M. Burgher Residence.
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
Client: Burgher, B.M.
Street address: Turtle Creek Dr.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Baker Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carthage I.S.D. Colored Elementary School.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carthage I.S.D. Colored School. Alterations.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carthage I.S.D. Colored School. Gymansium and Additions.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carthage I.S.D. Elementary School.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carthage I.S.D. Elementary School.
Primary archt/firm: Arthur E. Thomas
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carthage I.S.D. Elementary School. Addition.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carthage I.S.D. Elementary School. Alterations.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carthage I.S.D. Gymnasium.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carthage I.S.D. High School.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carthage I.S.D. High school. Addition.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Cathage I.S.D. Colored High School and Colored Grade School.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Elementary School. Physical Education Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Carthage I.S.D.
City: Carthage
County: Panola
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Crockett I.S.D. High School.
Primary archt/firm: Arthur E. Thomas
Client: Crockett I.S.D.
City: Crockett
County: Houston
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas City Water Works. Elm Fork Water Plant.
Collaborators: Myers and Noyes (Consultant Engineers)
Client: Dallas, City of
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: #1230
Project name: Dallas Horticultural Museum. Park improvement.
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Arthur E. Thomas
Collaborators: M.C. Kleuser
Client: Dallas, City of, Public Works Administration
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas County Buildings. Records. Criminal Courts. Additions.
Primary archt/firm: Broad, Nelson, Smith, and Warder
Client: Dallas County
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas County Government Center.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson; Smith and Warder; Jack Corgan and Assoc.; Thomas and Jameson
Client: Dallas County
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas County Government Center.
Date on drawings: 1963
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson; Smith and Warder; Jack Corgan and Assoc.; and Thomas and Jameson
Client: Dallas County
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas County Government Center.
Date on drawings: 1966
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson; Smith and Warder; Jack Corgan and Assoc.; and Thomas and Jameson
Client: Dallas County
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas County Government Center.
Date on drawings: 1968-1969
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson; Smith and Warder; Jack Corgan and Assoc.; and Thomas and Jameson
Client: Dallas County
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas County Government Center. Parking Survey.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson; Smith and Warder
Client: Dallas County
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Dallas County Government Center. Records Building Complex.
Date on drawings: 1967
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson; Smith and Warder; Jack Corgan and Assoc.; Thomas and Jameson
Client: Dallas County
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Benjamin Franklin Junior High School.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Collaborators: Caudill, Rowlett and Scott and Assoc.
Collaborators: Mark Lemmon
Client: Dallas I.S.D.
Street address: Hillcrest at Meadows
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Cockrell Hill School.
Client: Dallas I.S.D.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Hillcrest High School. Field House. Press Box.
Primary archt/firm: Broad & Nelson with Mark Lemmon(consult.)
Client: Dallas I.S.D.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: John H. Brown School.
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
Client: Dallas I.S.D.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: John J. Pershing Elementary School.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson; Mark Lemmom(consult. archt)
Client: Dallas I.S.D.
Street address: Measers Lane at Cotton Belt RR
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Leila P. Cowart. Additions.
Date on drawings: 1948
Client: Dallas I.S.D.
Street address: Ravinia Drive at Searcy and Cowarts Streets
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Leila P. Cowart School.
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
Client: Dallas I.S.D.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Leila P. Cowart School. Additions.
Client: Dallas, I.S.D.
Street address: Ravinia Drive at Wilton Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Royal A. Ferris Residence.
Date on drawings: 1945
Primary archt/firm: Thomas Broad
Client: Ferris, Royal A.
Street address: Turtle Creek Blvd. at Wycliff
City: Highland Park
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Garland Memorial Hospital.
Date on drawings: 1961
Client: Garland, City of
City: Garland
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Gilbraltar Life Insurance Co. of America Building.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Gilbraltar Life Insurance Co. of America
Street address: Harwood at Bryan
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Higginbotham Residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Client: Higginbotham
Street address: Broken Arrow Lane
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Elton Hinnant Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas Broad
Client: Hinnant, Elton
Street address: Maple Ave. at Welborn
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Broadmoor Building.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: Hobbs Housing Inc.
City: Hobbs
State/Province: N.M.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Duncan Howard Residence.
Primary archt/firm: William P. Davies and R.S. Braswell III
Client: Howard, Duncan
Project name: Irving I.S.D. Administrative Building.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. Athletic Facilities.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. Colored Elementary School.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. Elementary School.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. Elementary School.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. Elementary School.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. High School. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. High School. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. High School. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. High School. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. High School Gymnasium.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. Junior High School.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Irving I.S.D. Southwest Elementary School.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Plymouth Elementary School.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Irving I.S.D.
City: Irving
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: L-M-S Development Co. Office Building.
Date on drawings: 1957
Client: L-M-S Development Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Neth Leachman Residence.
Date on drawings: 1952
Client: Leachman, Neth
Street address: Northhaven Rd.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Booker T. Washington High School.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Marlin I.S.D.
City: Marlin
County: Falls
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Marlin High School and Gymnasium. Additions.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Marlin I.S.D.
City: Marlin
County: Falls
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Marlin High School. Musical Arts Building.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Marlin I.S.D.
City: Marlin
County: Falls
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Carlton Meredith Office.
Date on drawings: 1954
Client: Meredith, Carlton
Street address: Oliver at North Expressway
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: North America Companies Insurance Co. Building.
Date on drawings: 1959
Client: North America Companies Insurance Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Oak Cliff Bank and Trust.
Date on drawings: 1938
Primary archt/firm: Arthur E. Thomas
Client: Oak Cliff Bank and Trust
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Oak Cliff Bank and Trust. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1945
Primary archt/firm: Arthur E. Thomas
Client: Oak Cliff Bank and Trust
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Oak Cliff Bank and Trust Co.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Oak Cliff Bank and Trust Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Preston Meaders Corp. Office and Retail Shops
Client: Preston Meaders Corp.
Street address: Royal Lane
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Rosa Scottino Store.
Date on drawings: 1946
Client: Scottino, Rosa
Street address: Hall Street. at Central Boulevard
Project name: Scottish Rite (Harrisburg, PA). Harrisburg Consistory.
Date on drawings: 1965
Client: Scottish Rite
City: Harrisburg
State/Province: Pa.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Smith County Courthouse.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Smith County
City: Tyler
County: Smith
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: H. Edward Smith Residence.
Date on drawings: 1960-1961
Client: Smith, H. Edward
City: Denton
County: Denton
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone East District Office Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Whitehall Dial Building. Test Center. Additions and Alterations.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Addition and Alterations to Milton "5" Dial Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas and Jameson
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Cleburne
County: Johnson
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Central Office Building. Addition and Alterations.
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Longview
County: Gregg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Chapel "7" Dial Building. Additions and Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: Thomas and Jameson
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Farmers Branch
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Dial Building for Del Rio and Wintergarden Telephone.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Del Rio
County: Val Verde
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Dial Office Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Hondo
County: Medina
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Dial Office Building.
Date on drawings: 1951 - 1953
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Paris
County: Lamar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Dial Office Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Pleasanton
County: Atascosa
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Dial Office Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Seminole
County: Gaines
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. "Edison-Midway" Dial Building.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Emerson Dial Building.
Date on drawings: 1955 - 1957
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Federal Dial Building. Addition and Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1960 - 1961
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Odessa
County: Ector
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. "Garfield" C.O. and Dial Building. Additions and Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1953 - 1955
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Harlingen
County: Cameron
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Hamilton Dial Building. Additions and Alterations.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Howard "5" C.O. Building. Additions and Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Gainsville
County: Cooke
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Lubbock "4" Dial Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Lubbock
County: Lubbock
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. "Lyric" Dial Central Office Building.
Date on drawings: 1956 - 1957
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Tyler
County: Smith
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Mad-Winfield Building. Additions and Alterations.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell telephone Co. Melrose "X" -bar Dial Building
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: Southwestern Bell telephone Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. North District Office Building
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: San Antonio
County: Bexar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Office Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Snyder
County: Scurry
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Plaza "3" Office. Proposed Addition.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Longview
County: Gregg
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Riverside Dial Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. "Sherwood" Dial Building. Addition and Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Lubbock
County: Lubbock
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. South District Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Houston
County: Harris
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. "Sunset" Dial Building.
Date on drawings: 1957-1958
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Laredo
County: Webb
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. West District Office Building.
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Southwestern Bell Telephone Co.
City: Fort Worth
County: Tarrant
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Standard Brands Inc. Yeast Plant. Additions.
Primary archt/firm: Arthur Thomas
Client: Standard Brands Inc.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Terrell I.S.D. Colored High School. Additions.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Terrell I.S.D.
City: Terrell
County: Kaufman
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Terrell I.S.D. Elementary School. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Terrell I.S.D.
City: Terrell
County: Kaufman
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: General Sam Houston Statue. Base.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: Texas Centennial Commission.
Project name: Texas Highway Department District 10. Lab Building (Proposed).
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Texas Highway Department
City: Tyler
County: Smith
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Highway Department District 10. Office.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Texas Highway Department
City: Tyler
County: Smith
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas Highway Department District 10 Warehouse and Shops.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Texas Highway Department
City: Tyler
County: Smith
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Texas State Highway Department District 18 Office Building.
Date on drawings: 1946
Primary archt/firm: Broad
Client: Texas State Highway Department
Street address: Hines Boulevard
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Titche-Goettinger Co.Store Building. Additions.
Date on drawings: 1952 - 1953
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Titche-Goettinger Co.
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: J. Glenn Turner Law Office.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: Turner, J. Glenn
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: UARCO Inc. Building. Additions and Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: UARCO Inc.
City: Paris
County: Lamar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: UARCO Inc. Printing Plant.
Primary archt/firm: Broad, Nelson, and Lightfoot
Client: UARCO Inc.
City: Paris
County: Lamar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: UARCO Inc. Printing Plant. Additions and Alterations.
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: UARCO Inc.
City: Paris
County: Lamar
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: United States Air Force Base. Academic Building.
Primary archt/firm: Bentley, Broad, and Nelson
Client: United States Air Force
City: Amarillo
County: Potter
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: United States Air Force Base. Bachelor Officers' Quarters.
Primary archt/firm: Bentley, Broad, and Nelson
Client: United States Air Force
City: Amarillo
County: Potter
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: United States Air Force Base. Base Operations Buildings.
Primary archt/firm: Bentley, Broad, and Nelson
Client: United States Air Force
City: Amarillo
County: Potter
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: United States Air Force Base. Operation Hanger.
Primary archt/firm: Bentley, Broad, and Nelson
Client: United States Air Force
City: Amarillo
County: Potter
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: United States Air Force Base. Training Aids Building.
Primary archt/firm: Bentley, Broad, and Nelson
Client: United States Air Force
City: Amarillo
County: Potter
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: United States Housing Authority Low Rent Housing Project.
Primary archt/firm: Bentley, Broad, and Nelson
Client: United States Housing Authority
City: Dublin
County: Erath
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: United States Housing Authority Low Rent Housing Project.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Bentley, Broad, and Nelson
Client: United States Housing Authority
City: De Leon
County: Comanche
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: United States Housing Authority Low Rent Housing Project.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Bentley, Broad, and Nelson
Client: United States Housing Authority
City: Cisco
County: Eastland
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: United States Housing Authority Low Rent Housing Project.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Bentley, Broad, and Nelson
Client: United States Housing Authority
City: San Marcos
County: Hays
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Universal Life and Accident Insurance Co. Building. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: Universal Life and Accident Insurance Co.
Street address: 519 North Ervay Street
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Department of English Office and Classroom Building.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: University of Texas at Austin
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Experimental Science Building.
Primary archt/firm: Donald Nelson (Broad and Nelson)?
Client: University of Texas at Austin
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 5306
Project name: University of Texas. Parlin Hall.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: Donald Nelson (Broad and Nelson)?
Collaborators: Mark Lemmon
Client: University of Texas at Austin
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project number: 4804
Project name: University of Texas. Science Building. Office and Classroom Building.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: University of Texas at Austin
City: Austin
County: Travis
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Mr. and Mrs. Banks Upshaw Residence.
Client: Upshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Banks
Street address: Canyon Drive and Watauga Bluff
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Western Cottonoil Co. Building. Santa Fe Rail Road Access. Preliminary Tracing.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Broad and Nelson
Client: Western Cottonoil Co.
City: Lubbock
County: Lubbock
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Wheatley School.
Primary archt/firm: Flint and Broad
Client: Wheatley School Board of Education
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.
Project name: Frank M. Wilmer Residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Thomas, Jameson, and Merrill
Client: Wilmer, Frank M.
Street address: 6010 Lakehurst Avenue
City: Dallas
County: Dallas
State/Province: Tex.
Country: U.S.

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