Fooshee & Cheek records

Dallas architects Marion Fooshee (1888-1956) and James Cheek (1895-1970) were known for their residential work that reflected extensive study of vernacular architecture in Spain, Mexico and southern California. Foshee and Cheek designed Highland Park Village in 1931, a complex of buildings that became the first self-contained shopping center in the country. Correspondence, shop drawings, specifications, promotional brochures and drawings document Fooshee and Cheek's work at Highland Park Village in Dallas, Texas (1930-1955).