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Roy E. Graham papers,
Roy Graham recieved his Bachelors in Architectural Engineering from Louisiana State University and Masters of Architectural History from the University of Virginia. While at University of Virginia he was an instructor in residential architecture and was employed as Architectural Coordinator and Campus Planner. Graham worked for several architectural firms: Grigg, Wood, Browne, and Laramore, in Charlottesville and Alexandria, Virginia; Randle Hand in Shreveport, Louisiana; and Butler and Dobson in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Roy Graham taught at the University of Texas School of Architecture from circa 1964-1984.
The bulk of this collection pertains to Graham's publication Texas Historic Forts; Architectural Research. A Report Submitted to the Parks and Wildlife Department of the State of Texas, circa 1968. Materials include administrative records, correspondence, manuscript drafts, notes and illustrations.
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Roy E. Graham papers, Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin
Paper processed by: Donna Coates, Fall 2008
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