Preston M. Geren drawings

Architect and engineer Preston Geren (1891-1969) established his architecture firm in 1934 and worked in Fort Worth and throughout Texas on a variety of building types - schools, universities and colleges, office buildings, public housing projects, and defense facilities. Born in Sherman, Texas, he received a degree in architectural engineering from A&M College of Texas (1912), taught at Oklahoma A&M (1921-1923), and was employed as chief engineer at the Fort Worth firm of Sanguinet, Staats and Hedrick from 1923 to 1934. The collection contains architectural drawings from a selection of his projects produced between 1937 and 1969.