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Collection Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Content of the Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

References to works by or about Stewart King (d. 1970)

Description of Series

Series A: Speeches

Series B: Office Files

Series C: Job Files

Series D: Specifications

Series E: Plant Files

Series F: Periodicals

Series G: Federal Guidelines

Series H: Reports

Series I: Photographic material

Series J: Prints

Series K: Drawings

University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Stewart King:

An Inventory of his Drawings, Photographs, and Records, 1950-1969



Collection Summary

Creator: King, Stewart, d. 1970
Title: Stewart King: An Inventory of his Drawings, Photographs, and Records,
Dates: 1950-1969
Abstract: King (d. 1970), a contemporary of O'Neil Ford, was a San Antonio landscape architect. Office files, job files, specifications, plant files, periodicals, federal guidelines, photographs and landscape plans document King's work in landscape architecture (1950-1969). Consists of 2,500 landscape architecture drawings, 7.85 linear feet of manuscript material and 110 photographs.
Identification: KING Accession number: 1980003
Quantity: 2,500 drawings, 7.85 linear feet of archival records, 110 photographs
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

Biographical Note

Stewart King (d. 1970), a contemporary of O'Neil Ford, was a San Antonio landscape architect.

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Scope and Content of the Collection

Office files, job files, specifications, plant files, periodicals, federal guidelines, photographs and landscape plans document Stewart King's work in landscape architecture from 1950-1969. The collection consists of 2,500 landscape architecture drawings, 7.85 linear feet of manuscript material and 110 photographs.

The office files contain examples of King's specification forms providing researchers with valuable information about standards for landscape architecture at that time.

The job files hold correspondence with clients, including cost estimates and summaries of plantings.

The specifications give details of the landscaper's duties. King played a role in landscaping the San Antonio Hemisfair; the specifications for this project are included. King also did work on Texas Housing Authority Projects in the 1960s. These files contain specifications for landscaping at a variety of housing projects.

King's concern with using indigenous plants led him to keep a series of plant files -- informational brochures on fertilizer, pruning, soils, diseases and the like.

The job files, specifications, prints and drawings are arranged alphabetically by project name. The prints are copies of the drawings that are part of this set of papers.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

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

Restrictions on Use

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

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the University of Texas Online Catalog. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Subjects (Persons):
King, Stewart, d. 1970--Archives.
Subjects (Organizations):
Hemisfair Park (San Antonio, Tex.)
Subjects:
Landscape architecture--Texas--Designs and plans.
Military bases--Texas--Designs and plans.
Military bases--New Mexico--Designs and plans.
Public housing--Texas.
Document types:
Master plans.
Architectural drawings.
Landscape architecture drawings.
Survey drawings.
Working drawings.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Stewart King: An Inventory of his Drawings, Photographs, and Records, 1950-1969, Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Drawings processed by: Diane Anderson, Summer 1991; other material by Nancy Sparrow, October 1992

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Other Finding Aids

Unpublished inventory in Archive.

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References to works by or about Stewart King (d. 1970)

"Business in the shade: San Antonio." Landscape Architecture 54 (January 1964): p. 116-20.

"For Texas Capital - A new Town Lake." Landscape Architecture 55 (October 1964): p. 55-56.

"Four bright new homes for industry." Architectural Forum 105 (December 1956): p. 136-51.

George, Mary Carolyn Hollers. O'Neil Ford, Architect. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1992.

"Hemisfair `68 Prologue to Renewal." Architectural Forum 129 (October 1968): p. 84-9.

King, Stewart. "Housing and the Landscape Architect." Landscape Architecture 52 (July 1962): p. 244-6.

"North Belt Elementary School." Texas Architect (April 1969): p. 8-9.

"Town Lake, Austin, Texas." Texas Architect (February 1964): p. 13-21.

"Victoria Plaza, San Antonio." Landscape Architecture 52 (July 1962): p. 247-8.

"World Fair in 1968 is planned in Texas." Architectural Record 141 (March 1967): p. 50-1.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

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

 

Series A: Speeches

Series Abstract
The Speeches series contains one speech on parks.
box folder
1 1 "Little Known Important Facts About Our Parks"

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Series B: Office Files

Series Abstract
The Office Files series includes files that support the running of King's architectural office, such as personnel lists, correspondence, blank forms, accounting information and public relations.
box folder
1 2 Company Profile
3 Personnel List (5/2/1967)
4 Correspondence (1966-1967)
5 Forms: General Conditions and Standard Specifications (variations on Section I)
6 Forms: General Conditions and Standard Specifications (variations on Section II)
7 Forms: General Conditions and Standard Specifications (variations on Section III)
8 Forms: General Conditions and Standard Specifications (Section IV)
9 Forms: General Conditions and Standard Specifications - tree planting (drawing)
10 Forms: Plant Lists
11 Forms: Proposal Forms and Invitations
12 Forms: Sample from Landscape Design Conference / Southwestern Division Office; Dallas, Tex. (23 July 1957)
13 Letter to Wallace M Ruff from W.C. Belcher
14 Office expenses (1966-1968)
15 Receipts: Blueprint companies (1966-1968)
16 Receipts: Miscellaneous expenditures
17 Sample title page for specifications
18 Statements: King William Fund (1967-1968)

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Series C: 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 the client's name.
box folder
2 1 Associated Planners, Little Rock, Arkansas
2 ARKLA Building, Little Rock, Arkansas
3 Baker Property, Colorado Springs, Colorado
4 Broadway Bank, San Antonio
5 Brownsville High School, Brownsville (1 of 2)
6 Brownsville High School, Brownsville (2 of 2)
7 Canyon Lake Correspondence
8 Castle Hills Park, Castle Hills
9 Central National Bank, San Angelo
10 Finnegan, John D.; Residence, Kingsville
11 Fort Bliss, Tex.
12 Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio
13 Harlingen Elderly Housing, Harlingen
14 Hot Springs Property Inc., Hot Springs, Arkansas
15 Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
16 Kirkpatrick Property - Cloudcroft Project, Cloudcroft, New Mexico (1966-1967)
box folder
3 1 Marmon and Mok Office Building, San Antonio
2 Marymont Entrance, San Antonio
3 McFarlin, John; Residence, San Antonio
4 McNeel, Jess; Residence, Alamo Heights
5 O'Keefe, James; Residence, San Antonio
6 Second Baptist Church, San Antonio
7 Southwest Research, San Antonio
8 Southwestern Bell Telephone, Division Office Building
9 Southwestern Medical School, Dallas
10 Summers, Caroll, Jr.; Residence, Laredo
11 Town Lake - General Data, Austin
12 University of Texas at Austin: Communication Complex
13 White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico

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Series D: 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.
box folder
4 1 Alamo Heights Swimming Pool, Alamo Heights
2 Alice National Bank, Alice
3 Aurora Apartment Hotel, San Antonio
4 Bergstrom Air Force Base, Austin
5 Broadway National Bank, San Antonio
6 Brookshire Park: Bath house, swimming and wading pool, Kingsville
7 Brownsville High School, Brownsville
8 Camp Wolters, Mineral Wells
9 Central National Bank, San Angelo
10 Citizen's National Bank, San Antonio
11 Fort Chaffee; Fort Chaffee, Arkansas
12 Fort Hood, Tex.
13 Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio
14 Fort Sam Houston National Bank
15 Friendship Village, Cuero
16 Gary Air Force Base, San Marcos
17 Gorman, J.W.; Residence, San Antonio
18 Government Employees Credit Union, San Antonio
19 Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Administration Building, Seguin
20 Harlingen Air Force Base, Harlingen
21 Hemisfair (1 of 4) San Antonio 1968,
box folder
5 1 Hemisfair - Southwestern Bell Telephone Exhibit Building (2 of 4)
2 Hemisfair - General Electric Pavillion (3 of 4)
3 Hemisfair - General Electric Pavillion (4 of 4)
4 Holy Spirit Parish, San Antonio
5 Hope Lutheran Church, San Antonio
6 House of Prayer Lutheran Church, San Antonio
7 Inter-Continental Motors Inc., San Antonio
8 Karbach, Hylmar E.; New Braunfels
9 Kleburg Park Livestock Pavillion, Kingsville
10 Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio
11 Laredo Air Force Base
12 Lonestar Brewing Company, San Antonio
13 M & A Petroleum Company, Victoria
14 Mayfair Apartments
15 McFarlin, John; Residence, San Antonio
16 McNeel, W.D.; Residence, Alamo Heights
17 Mission San Juan de Capistrano, San Antonio
box folder
6 1 Morningside Manor, San Antonio
2 Navarro House, San Antonio
3 Northeast Independent School District - John Nance Garner Junior High School Bexar County (1960)
4 Northeast Independent School District - Nimitz Junior High School, San Antonio
5 Northside Independent School District Administration and Maintenance Building, San Antonio
6 Northside Independent School District - Valley-Hi Elementary School, San Antonio
7 O'Keefe, James; Residence, San Antonio
8 Parker, Harry; Residence, San Antonio
9 Randolph Air Force Base, San Antonio
10 Rountree, Dr. James; Residence, Comfort
11 San Antonio Independent School District - John Jay High School, San Antonio
12 San Antonio Independent School District - John Marshall High School, San Antonio
13 San Antonio Independent School District - Mary Hull Elementary School, San Antonio
14 Sawtelle, Dr. W.W.; Residence, San Antonio
15 Sisters of Divine Providence, Helotes
16 Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, San Antonio
box folder
7 1 Steves, Marshall; Residence, Terrell Hills
2 Stowers Furniture Store, San Antonio
3 Sunderland, Robert; Residence, San Antonio
4 San Antonio Housing Project TEX 6-7
5 TEX 6-8
6 TEX 6-9
7 TEX 6-14 & 6-16
8 TEX 6-15
9 TEX 6-18 (1 of 2)
10 TEX 6-18 (2 of 2)
11 TEX 6-19
box folder
8 1 TEX 6-20 (1 of 2)
2 TEX 6-20 (2 of 2)
3 TEX 6-25
4 TEX 6-26
5 TEX 11-2
6 TEX 19-3
7 TEX 29-3
box folder
9 1 TEX 29-4
2 TEX 62-2
3 El Tropicano Motor Hotel, San Antonio
4 Top Chop't Steak House, San Antonio
5 Traeger, Morris; Residence, San Antonio
6 White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico (1 of 3)
7 White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico (2 of 3)
8 White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico (3 of 3)
9 White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico (original mechanical)

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Series E: Plant Files

Series Abstract
The Plant Files series include informational brochures on fertilizer, pruning, soils, diseases and the like.
box folder
10 1 Fertilizer
2 Pecans
3 Pruning
4 Sprays and dusting
5 Diseases (1 of 2)
6 Diseases (2 of 2)
7 Trees and shrubs
8 Lawns and grasses
9 Soils
10 Construction
11 Eradication
box folder
11 1 Propagation
2 Flowers
3 Roses
4 Insects (1 of 2)
5 Insects (2 of 2)
6 Landscape Gardening Course for city park employees, San Antonio, Tex.
7 Miscellaneous
8 [Home information]
9 [Beekeeping]
10 [Gardens]
11 [Texas]
12 [Farming]

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Series F: Periodicals

Series Abstract
The Periodicals series is a list of journals kept by King.
box folder
12 1 El Abrazo (1968)
2 Current Events Juin a Montreal (1968)
3 The Freeway and Baton Rouge
4 Honors Award for Design Excellence (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development)
5 Marina International (January 1961)
6 Milwaukee (August 1965)
7 Pacific Coast Nurseryman and Garden Supply Dealer (January 1969)
8 Pacific Coast Nurseryman and Garden Supply Dealer (November 1968)
9 Scene (July 1968)
10 Urban Land News and Trends in City Development (1961-1964 incomplete)

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Series G: Federal Guidelines

Series Abstract
The Federal Guidelines series contains federal documents regarding neighborhood standards and planting specifications.
box folder
12 11 Federal Housing Authority: Neighborhood Standards (1951)
12 Federal Housing Authority: Neighborhood Standards (1957)
13 U.S. Army Guide Specs for planting (1 of 2)
14 U.S. Army Guide Specs for planting (2 of 2)

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Series H: Reports

Series Abstract
The Reports series contains a report on Hemisfair and a report on Soil Conservation Service in New Mexico.
box folder
12 15 San Antonio Chamber of Commerce [Hemisfair 1968]
16 Soil Conservation Service to the New Mexico State Highway Commission (1966)

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Series I: Photographic material

Series Abstract
The Photographic material series contains prints or negatives on professional projects.
box folder
13 1 ARKLA Building, Little Rock, Ark.
2 Skidmore College Library Building, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. (negatives)
3 Phillips University, Enid, Okla. (negatives)
4 White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. Aerial Photos
5 White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico(1 of 2) (1966)
6 White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico(2 of 2) (1966)

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Series J: Prints

Series Abstract
The Prints series contains copies of drawings that are part of this set of papers. The files are arranged in alphabetical order by client's name.
box folder
14 1 Alamo Heights swimming pool, Alamo Heights, San Antonio
2 Anderson, Allen; Residence, Dallas
3 ARK 26-2, Morrilton Housing Authority
4 ARK 31-1, Hot Springs, Ark.
5 Aurora Apartment Hotel
6 Ball, R.F.; Residence, San Antonio
7 Ball, R.F.; Residence, San Antonio (sepia)
8 Barnes, Sam R.; Residence, Trinity
9 Barnes, Sam R.; Residence, Trinity (sepia)
10 Bockus, Frank M.; Residence
11 Brackenridge High School
12 Branch, Charles L.; Residence, San Antonio
13 Broadway National Bank, San Antonio
14 Brookshire, Bob; Residence, Kingsville
15 Camp Wolters, Mineral Wells
16 Casey, Martine.; Residence
17 Catto residence, San Antonio
18 Central Energy Corp., San Antonio.
19 Cigarroa Medical Center, Laredo
20 Citizens National Bank
21 Clements, J.H.; Residence, King Ranch, Kingsville
22 Equitable Savings Building, Fort Worth
23 Evons (sic), Harry; Residence
24 Finnegan Residence, Kingsville
25 Forestier, D.N.; Residence, San Antonio
26 Fort Chaffee, Ark.
27 Fort Hood, Tex.
28 Fort Sam Houston, Tex.
29 Gorman, J.W.; Residence
30 Grotto/Retreat house, San Antonio
31 Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Headquarters, Seguin
32 Harlingen Elderly Housing, Harlingen
33 House of Prayer Lutheran Church, San Antonio
34 Houston Square, Castroville
35 King William and Madison house
36 Kleberg, Richard Jr.; Residence, King Ranch, Kingsville
37 Lackland Training Annex
38 Luftshut residence site (blueline)
39 M & A Petroleum Co., Victoria
40 Mahnke Park development study, San Antonio
41 Marmon & Mok office building, San Antonio
42 Marymont entrance
43 McKiski, W.E.; Residence
44 Medical Professional Building, San Antonio
45 Meyer, Vaughn; Residence, Boerne
46 Midland Parks and Recreation Dept.
47 Mission Road, San Antonio
48 Morningside Manor, San Antonio
box folder
15 1 Navarro House, San Antonio
2 New Braunfels ISD, New Braunfels
3 Newberger, Seth H.; Residence
4 Northeast ISD, Colonial Hills Elementary, San Antonio
5 Northeast ISD, East Terrell Hills Elementary School, San Antonio
6 Northeast ISD, John Nance Garner Junior High School, San Antonio
7 Northeast ISD, MacArthur Senior High School, San Antonio
8 Northeast ISD, Nimitz Junior High School, San Antonio
9 Northeast ISD, Oak Grove Elementary School, San Antonio
10 Northeast ISD, Theodore Roosevelt High School, San Antonio
11 Northside ISD, Colonies North Elementary School, San Antonio
12 Northside ISD, Glenoaks Elementary School, San Antonio
13 Northside ISD, John Marshall High School, San Antonio
14 Northside ISD, Lackland Heights Elementary, San Antonio
15 Presbyterian Pan American School
16 Primate Research Center, San Antonio
17 Randolph Air Force Base, Randolph Field, San Antonio
18 Randolph Air Force Base, Randolph Field, San Antonio (sepia)
19 Rogers, Neal; Residence
20 Rountree, Dr. James; Residence, Comfort
21 St. David's Episcopal Church, San Antonio
22 St. Mark's Methodist Church, Victoria
23 St. Mary Magdalen's Parish, San Antonio
24 St. Mary's University, San Antonio
25 Samuels, G.; Residence, San Antonio
26 San Antonio Country Club
27 San Antonio ISD, John Jay High School
28 San Antonio ISD, Mary Hull Elementary School
29 Sawtelle, W.W.; Residence, San Antonio
30 Sears Roebuck & Co. (parking deck)
31 Sisters of Divine Providence, Helotes
32 Six Flags Monument, Ten Friends Committee, Victoria
33 Skidmore College Library, Saratoga Springs
34 Southwest Texas State College, San Marcos
35 Special Events Plaza, San Antonio
36 Special Events Plaza, San Antonio
37 Steves, Marshall; Residence, San Antonio
38 Stowers Furniture Store, San Antonio
39 Sunderland, Robert B.; Residence
40 TEX 6-3, Victoria Courts, San Antonio
41 TEX 6-23, San Antonio
42 TEX 29-4, Mercedes
43 Top Chop't Steak House
44 Ullman, J.; Residence, Joske Hills Estates
45 University of Texas, South Texas Medical School, San Antonio
46 University of Texas, South Texas Medical School, San Antonio
47 Vexler, Harold; Residence
48 West Buffalo Creek, Cleburne
49 White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico

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Series K: 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. Dates are offered if they can be derived from the drawings or gathered from other authoritative sources. The term "drawing" includes both original works (such as pencil on trace paper, or ink on tracing clothe) as well as copies (such as sepia prints, blue line prints, etc.).
Alamo Gardens, Tree Preservation plan, San Antonio
Alamo Heights Nature Trails, San Antonio
Alamo Gardens, Tree Preservation plan, San Antonio
Alamo Heights Swimming Pool, San Antonio
Anderson, Allen; Residence, Dallas
ARK 35-2 Searcy Housing Authority, 1964, Little Rock, Ark.
ARK 16-3 Camden, Ark.
ARK 26-2, Morrilten Housing Authority
ARK 31-1, Hot Springs, Ark., 1963
ARK 31-2, Hot Springs, Ark., 1963
Arkansas/Louisiana Gas Company, Little Rock, Ark.
Aurora Apartment Hotel
Ball, R. F.; Residence, San Antonio
Barnes, Sam R;. Residence, Trinity
Beinhorn, William A.; Residence
Bergstrom Air Force Base, 1955, Austin
Berry Residence
Bethel Cemetery
Bexar County Teaching Hospital
Blumber, Roland; Residence, Seguin
Boarnet, Irving; Landscape Plan, New Braunfels
Bockus, Dr. and Mrs. Frank; Residence
Brackenridge High School
Branch, Charles L.; Residence
Broadway National Bank, San Antonio
Brookshire, Bob Residence; Kingsville
Brookshire Park, 1966, Kingsville
Brownsville ISD, Brownsville High School, 1966
Bryan Air Force Base, Tex.
Camp Wolters, 1957, Mineral Wells
Canyon Creek Country Club, San Antonio
Canyon Dam and Reservoir, Canyon Park, Guadalupe River Basin
Capehart Family Housing, 1958
Casey, Martine; Residence, 1962
Catto Residence, 1970, San Antonio
Central Energy Corporation, 1968
Central National Bank, 1966, San Angelo
Cigarroa Medical Center, 1961, Laredo
Citizen's National Bank, San Antonio
City of Castle Hills, Park for Bexar County
City of San Antonio Public Service Board
Community Guidance Center, Bexar County
Cullum, H.E.; Residence, Del Rio
Cypher, John; Residence, 1966, Kingsville
Dan-Ann-Jim Kindergarten, 196?
Eliott Residence
Equitable Savings Building, Fort Worth
Evons (spelling?) Residence
Finnegan Residence, Kingsville
First Presbyterian Church, Proposed Parking Layout, 1966
Forestier Residence
Ford, Henry Elementary, Pharr
Fort Chaffee, Ark., 1957
Fort Hood, Tex., 1960
Fort Hood, McNair Village, Tex.
Fort Polk, Louisiana, 1957
Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio
Fort Sam Houston ISD, Robert G. Cole Jr./Sr. High School
see TEX 62-C-Fed-2A12
Friendship Village, Old People's Home, 1959, Cuero
Frisco Community Park, Frisco
Garden of the Gods, 1964, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Goldziehler, J.W.; Residence, 1957
Gorman Residence
Government Employees Credit Union, 1966, San Antonio
Gray Air Force Base, 1055
Grotto/Retreat House, San Antonio
Guadalupe Blanco River Authority Headquarters, 1966, Seguin
Harlingen (Tex.) Elderly Housing, 1969
Harrell, T.A.; Residence, 1225 West Lee St., Kingsville
Hemisfair Plaza Gate 3, 1968, San Antonio
Hope Lutheran Church, 1971, San Antonio
House of Prayer Lutheren Church, 1966, San Antonio
Houston Square, 1966, Castroville
Hullen City Park, Tex.
Inter-Continental Motor, Inc., 1955, San Antonio
Inter-Continental Motor, Inc., 1963, San Antonio
Karbach Residence, 1969, New Braunfels
Killam Residence, 1954, Laredo
King Ranch, Main Gate, Kingsville
King Ranch, Clements Residence, Kingsville
Kleberg, Richard; Residence, 1961, King Ranch, Kingsville
Kleberg, Richard Jr., Residence, King Ranch, Kingsville
Kirkpatrick, Hugh; Ranch, Otero County, New Mexico
Kleberg Park, 1966, Kingsville
Fire Truck Shelter and Children's Tower
Swimming Pool for Dick Kleberg Park
Umbrella Shelter
Lackland Airforce Base Annex, 1957, Tex.
Lackland Air Force Base, School of Military Science, Tex.
Lake Leatherwood Recreation Area, 1964, Little Rock, Ark.
Landa Park, New Braunfels
Laredo Catholic Cemetery
Larkin, J.D.; Residence, 791 Edgewater, 1960, New Braunfels
Lone Star Brewery, 1965, San Antonio
Longoria Residence
Luby, R.M.; Residence
Luby's Cafeteria, Corpus Christi
Luftshut Residence
M & A Petroleum Company, Victoria
Madison Square Presbyterian Church, San Antonio
Mahnke Park Development, San Antonio
Mahnke Park Topographical maps, 1965, San Antonio
Manning, George; Residence, 1959, Laburnum Drive, San Antonio
Marmon and Mok Office Building, San Antonio
Marymont Entrance, 1962? San Antonio?
McGimpsey Boy Scout Park Entrance, San Antonio
McGimpsey Residence, San Antonio
McKiski, W.E.; Residence, Tuxedo Drive
McMurry College, 1965, Abilene
McNair Village See: Fort Hood
McNeel, Jess; Residence, 1962
McNeel, W.D.; Residence, Alamo Heights
Medical Professional Building, San Antonio
Meyer, Vaughan B.; Residence, 1962, Boerne
Midland, Texas Parks and Recreation Department
Mirano Building, 1955, 2002 N. St. Mary's, San Antonio
Missions, San Antonio
Mission Aqueduct, 1961
Mission Concepcion, 1968
Mission Espada
Mission Road
Mission San Jose
Mission San Juan Capistrano
Missionary Society of Oblates Junior College, 1955
Morning Side Manor, San Antonio
Morning Side Manor Chapel Area, 1968, San Antonio
Navarro House, San Antonio
New Braunfels ISD, New Braunfels Senior High School
Newburger, Seth A.
Newman, John; Residence, San Antonio
Newman, William; Residence, 329 Burr Rd., Terrell Hills Addition, San Antonio
Nordan "711" Ranch, 1960, Comal County, Tex.
North Alamo Elementary, Alamo
Northeast ISD, Colonial Hills Elementary, San Antonio
Northeast ISD, Dwight D. Eisenhower Jr. High School, 1961, San Antonio,
Northeast ISD, East Terrell Hills Elementary, 1962, San Antonio
Northeast ISD, John Nance Garner Jr. High, San Antonio. See: TEX 61-C-504-A-11
Northeast ISD, MacArthur Sr. High, San Antonio
Northeast ISD, Nimitz Sr. High School, San Antonio
Northeast ISD, Oak Grove Elementary, San Antonio
Northeast ISD, Theodore Roosevelt High School, San Antonio
Northside ISD, Admin and Maint Building, San Antonio
Northside ISD, Colonies North Elementary School, San Antonio
Northside ISD, Glenoaks Elementary School, 1960, San Antonio
Northside ISD, John Marshall High, San Antonio
Northside ISD, Lackland Heights Elementary, San Antonio
Northside ISD, Lackland Junior High, 1961, San Antonio
Northside ISD, Oliver Wendell Holmes, 1963, San Antonio
Northside ISD, Pat M. Neff Junior High, 1960, San Antonio
Northside ISD, Sul Ross Jr. High School, 1968, San Antonio
Northside ISD, Valley-Hi Elementary School , 1962, San Antonio
Northside ISD, Westwood Terrace Elementary, Addition, San Antonio
Nurick, Don; Residence, San Antonio
O'Keefe, James, Residence, 1968, San Antonio
Our Lady of the Lake College, 1966, San Antonio
El Padre Resort Hotel, 1965, South Padre Island
Panzer, Ralph; Residence, Bougainvillea Dr. and 8th St., Weslaco
El Paseo, Paseo and North Circle Drive
Peterson Residence, Red Bud Ln., Kerrville
Pharr-San Juan-Alamo High School
Phillips University, 1961-1963, Enid, Okla.
Poe, Austin; Residence, Kerrville
Porter, John; Residence, Lindhurst Dr. and Oakhurst Pl.
Powell, C.W.; Residence,1957, 356 Pike Road
Presbyterian Church
Presbyterian Pan American School
Primate Research Center, San Antonio
Randolph Air Force Base, 1964, Randolph Field, San Antonio
Raney Investment Co., 1964, Louisiana St.
Ringgold Park, 1966, Brownsville
Robstown Park, 1963, Robstown
Roger, Neal; Residence
Roundtree Residence, 1965
Saint David's Episcopal Church
Saint Mark's Methodist Church, 1961, Victoria
Saint Mary Magdalen's Parish, San Antonio
Saint Mary's University, Channel Through, San Antonio
Saint Mary's University, Overall Perspective and Masterplan, 1957, San Antonio
Saint Mary's University, Student Dorm, San Antonio
Samuels, G.L.; Residence, 308, Elizabeth Road, San Antonio
San Antonio, City of, Public Service Board, Brawnig, Victor, Power Plant No. 1, 1966
San Antonio Country Club
San Antonio Housing Authority. See: TEX 6
San Antonio ISD, John Jay High School
San Antonio ISD, Mary Hull Elementary School, 1963
San Antonio ISD. See also: Northeast ISD and Northside ISD
San Antonio Quest Hospital
Sawtelle, W.W.; Residence, San Antonio
Sears Roebuck and Company
Sinkin Residence, San Antonio
Sister of the Divine Providence, Helotes
Six Flags Monument/Ten Flags Committee, Victoria
Smith, Noah T.; Residence, 1956
Southwest Foundation for Research of Education
Southwest Research Institute Ground, 1955
Southwest Texas State College, San Marcos
Southwest Texas State College, Concourse Walk, San Marcos
Southwest Texas State Teachers College, San Marcos
Southwest Texas State Teachers College, 1955, Girls Dorm, San Marcos
Southwest Texas State Teachers College, President's Residence, San Marcos,
Southwestern Bell Telephone, Division Office Building, San Antonio
Spanish Governors Palace, San Antonio
Special Events Plaza, San Antonio
Starky, Mas, Park
State Tuberculosis Hospital
Steinberg Residence, on Castano St.
Steves, Marshall; Residence, 1964, Terrell Hills, San Antonio
Stower's Furniture Store, 1965
Sunderland, Robert B.; Residence, San Antonio
Sunset Memorial Park Mausoleum, 1965
Tanglewood Development, on Texoma
TEX, S.A.H.A., Housing for the Elderly
TEX 6-3, San Antonio Housing Authority
TEX 6-9, S.A.H.A.
TEX 6-11, S.A.H.A.
TEX 6-14, S.A.H.A.
TEX 6-15, S.A.H.A.
TEX 6-16, S.A.H.A.
TEX 6-18, S.A.H.A.
TEX 6-19, S.A.H.A.
TEX 6-20, S.A.H.A.
TEX 6-23, S.A.H.A.
TEX 6-25, S.A.H.A., Rex Apts.
TEX 6-26-B, San Antonio (repeat)
TEX 19-4, Eagle Pass
TEX 29-3, 1964, Mercedes
TEX 29-4, 1964, Mercedes
TEX 61-C-504-A-11. See: Northeast ISD, John Nance Garner Jr. High
TEX 62-C-Fed-2A12. See: Fort Sam Houston ISD, Cole Jr./Sr. High
TEX 62-2, Edinburg (repeat)
TEX 239-1, Brackettville
Texas Military Institute,1966, San Antonio
Top Chopt Steak House, Rampart Dr. and San Pedro Ave.
Town East Park, San Antonio
Town Lake Development, Austin
Trager, Morris Residence, Olmos and Trevitt Dr., San Antonio
Trinity University, 1961, San Antonio
El Tropicano Motor Hotel
Ullman, J.; Residence, 1960
University of Dallas, Science Lecture Center
University of Texas, South Texas Medical School
La Villita Assembly Building, 1958, 1961, San Antonio
La Villita Convention Center, Flat Storage
Vexler, Harold; Residence, Park Hill Drive
Victoria Plaza, 1962, San Antonio
Welder, Rob and Bessie; Wildlife Foundation
Wesley Manor, 1963, Weslaco
West Buffalo Creek, 1967, Cleburne
Western Hill Church
White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico

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