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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch of Howard R. Meyer

Scope and Content of the collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

References to works by or about Howard R. Meyer (1903-1988)

Description of Series

Series A: Personal Papers, 1920-1986, undated

Series B: Office Files c. 1925-1978, undated

Series C: Job Files, 1960-1976, undated

Series D: Specifications, 1952-1980, undated

Series E: Printed Material, 1924-1986, undated

Series F: Visual Material, undated

Series G: Drawings

Series H: Exhibit Material and Models, undated

University of Texas, Alexander Architectural Archive

Howard R. Meyer Collection, 1916-1986, 2011, undated



Collection Summary

Creator: Meyer, Howard R., 1903-1988
Title: Howard R. Meyer Drawings photographs and archival records, New York, Texas and Early Modernism
Dates: 1916-1986, 2011, undated
Abstract: Meyer (1903-1988) was one of the pioneers of modern architecture who combined modern technology with traditional forms and materials in designing commercial, residential, governmental, religious and educational buildings. Born in New York City, graduated from Columbia University with a bachelor of architecture (1928), moved to Dallas (1935), established a firm, continued to work there until his death. Summary: Personal papers, office files, job files, specifications, printed and visual materials and drawings document Meyer's architectural design career and civic affiliations (1924-1986).
Identification: MEY
Quantity: 4,063 drawings, 17.2 linear feet of archival material, 1,002 slides and photographs, 200 renderings
Language: English.
Repository: Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.
Sponsor: This collection was processed in part through generous funding from Carolyn Clark.

Biographical Sketch of Howard R. Meyer

Howard R. Meyer was one of the pioneers of modern architecture in Texas. Born in New York City, he studied at Columbia, graduating with a bachelor of architecture in 1928.

Meyer's exposure to modernism came very early. In 1926 while still a student, he worked in the office of William Lescaze, then the leading representative of the international style on the East Coast. Inspired by what he saw, Meyer, accompanied by his wife Schon, embarked on a year-long trip to Europe to see the work of the leading modernists. On the trip he met Le Corbusier and visited the recently completed German Werkbund exhibition in Stuttgart.

He returned to New York in 1929 and worked briefly for Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and Thompson and Churchill. In 1932 he opened an office with Morris B. Saunders, but with the Depression at its height, their practice was largely restricted to small renovation projects and furniture designs.

Lured by the prospect of work, Meyer moved to Dallas in 1935. In the late 1930s and early 1940s he designed a series of small modern houses including the Sanger House (1937), the Rose House (1938), the Pearlstone House (1938), and the Zale House (1939). Built in a modified international style that came to characterize most of his later work, the houses featured brick and redwood exteriors, with simple, free-flowing plans. Meyer also designed furniture for several of the houses in an effort to create a unified effect.

He came closest to realizing this vision of total design in his most important post-war houses, the Charles Storey (1949) and Ben Lipshy (1950) houses. Less formal than his earlier work, the two houses represent Meyer's attempt to synthesize Wright's organic architecture and the international style, and at the same time to develop an idiom that would respond to the Texas climate and native Texas traditions.

Meyer's work, however, was not limited to residential architecture. Over the course of his long career he designed a wide array of commercial and public buildings as well as several churches and synagogues. The Hexter Title & Abstract Building in Dallas (1953) exemplifies the hard-edged modernist style that dominated the 1950s and early 1960s while the luxury high-rise apartment building at 3525 Turtle Creek Boulevard (1950) reflects a sensitivity to materials and siting. Others, like the Administrative Training Building for the Industrial Generating Corporation (1970), are much closer to Wright's organic architecture. In Meyer's best work he was able to integrate these two tendencies to produce architecture that was comfortable and yet uncompromisingly modern.

Perhaps the best example of this later style is Temple Emanuel (1953-59). Meyer worked on the building with noted West Coast architect William W. Wurster, sculptor and muralist Gyorgy Kepes, and Anni Albers to produce a work of unusual sophistication and richness.

Meyer was an AIA Fellow, and in 1959 received an AIA Award of Merit for Temple Emanuel. He continued to work until his death in 1988.

-Christopher Long

-From "Texas 50." Texas Architect (Nov./Dec. 1989): p. 52

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Scope and Content of the collection

Personal papers, office files, job files, specifications, printed and visual materials, and drawings document Howard R. Meyer's architectural design career and civic affiliations (1924-1986).

Files in Meyer's personal papers highlight his participation in community organizations in the Dallas area. Correspondence, mailing lists, and printed material record his activities as design center representative for the West Dallas Block Project (1973-75), building committee member for the Rhoads Terrace Institute, a local day care facility at the Rhoads Housing Project (1974-75), member of the Temporary Building Committee and Acquisitions Committee for the Dallas Museum of Contemporary Arts (1957-58), and member of the fund raising team for the Dallas Symphony (1967-71).

The bulk of the written records, 12.5 linear feet, consists of job files and specifications. These two series contain documentation for more than forty of Meyer's residential designs, most of them within the Dallas Metropolitan area. Records of Meyer's commercial and religious projects included in these series are: Golden Acres - Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, the Dallas Rehabilitation Center (later named Caruth Rehabilitation Center), the Dallas Public Library - West Dallas Branch and St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Denton. Another major well-documented project in both the Job File and Specification Series is the Job Corps Women's Training Center at McKinney, Texas. For this project Meyer's firm renovated and remodeled 66 of the 85 buildings in a former Veteran's Administration Hospital complex. One hundred eight negatives in the photograph series, illustrating plans of the original structures, augment the written records.

Several projects reflecting Meyer's commitment to improved low income housing design are highlighted in the Job Files and/or Specification series. The Housing Authority for the City of Dallas administered two Tex Housing Projects which Meyer's firm completed in the 1950s. The firm also worked on three projects for the Dallas Housing Authority between 1966 and 1976.

Missing from the Job Files and Specification series are comprehensive records for two of Meyer's major projects: 3525 Turtle Creek and Temple Emanu-El. These files reside with the family of Max Sandfield & the Temple Emanu-El archives respectively.

Publications featuring Meyer's work focus on his multi-family projects and non-residential designs. A supplement from the Dallas Times Herald (July 13, 1958) provides extensive coverage of building features and services offered to residents at 3525 Turtle Creek. Several publications deal with the Mastic Tile Competition Awards (1959) to provide homes and communities for families with modest incomes. Meyer, John H. Box and James Pratt presented the award winning design and received the $10,000 grand prize.

Visual material in the record group (not including drawings) consists of 35mm slides, negatives and photographs illustrating Meyer's residential, commercial and religious work. Floor and site plans, elevations, models and completed projects are documented in this series. Approximately twenty presentation quality 8"×10" black and white photographs describe Meyer's residential design work of the 1950s and 1960s. Six slide presentations, none with supporting text, are also contained in the series. Five of the presentations deal with low income housing and may have accompanied a series of slide talks that Meyer delivered in the mid-1960s. These lectures, sponsored by the Public Housing Administration (now HUD) and the National Association of Housing Renewal, were presented at seminars in Little Rock, New Orleans and Austin. Two slide shows contain presentations of entries for the Public Housing Awards, sponsored by the National Public Housing Administration. Meyer served as a juror for the 1964 competition.

The drawings series consists of more than 4000 items. Included among the drawings of residences (building is located in Dallas unless otherwise specified): Robert M. Burns, Wichita Falls; Louis Hexter; Edmund Kahn; Leo Landauer; Ben Lipshy; Henry Pearlstone; Helman Rosenthal; Milton Tobian; Morris and William Zale. Commercial and religious projects include: Apartments at 3525 Turtle Creek; Dallas Rehabilitation Center; David G. Burnet Elementary School; Denton Area Teacher's Credit Union, Denton; Golden Acres; Nogales Building, Vicksburg, Mississippi; Reba Mallison Nadel Memorial Nursery and Infant Welfare Clinic; Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, Denton; Temple Emanu-El; Temple Beth-El, Tyler; Turtle Creek Village.

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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.

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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.
Subject (Persons):
Meyer, Howard R.,
Subject (Organizations):
Eugene R. Sanger Residence (Dallas, Tex.)
Temple Emanu-El (Dallas, Tex.)
Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged.
Ben Lipshy Residence (Dallas, Tex.)
Henry Pearlstone Residence (Dallas, Tex.)
Turtle Creek Apartments (Dallas, Tex.)
Subjects (Topical):
Architecture, Domestic--Texas--Dallas.
Synagogue architecture--Texas--Dallas.
Apartment buildings--Texas--Dallas.
Commercial buildings--Texas--Dallas.
Public housing--Texas--Dallas.
Architecture--Texas--Dallas.
Architecture, Domestic--Texas.
Places:
Dallas (Tex.)
Turtle Creek (Dallas, Tex.)

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Howard R. Meyer Drawings, Photographs and Archival Records, 1924-1986, 2011, undated, New York, Texas and Early Modernism, Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Processed by: Kathy Martinson and Nancy Sparrow, December 1992

Processing is not completed. Please see Archive's staff for more information.

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Other Finding Aids

Unpublished inventory in Archive.

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References to works by or about Howard R. Meyer (1903-1988)

"Apartment Building." Texas Architect (February 1961): cover.

"Apartments." Architectural Record 60 (June 1959): p. 195-218. Illus. plans.

"Architectural Record's building types study number 328: Apartments." Architectural Record 135 (January 1964): p. 143-162. Illus., plans.

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

"A high domed temple in Texas, Temple Emanu-el, Dallas, Texas." Architectural Forum 108 (March 1958): p.92-95. Illus., plans.

"House for Melville S. Rose, Dallas, Texas; Howard Meyer, architect." Architectural Forum 72 (February 1940): p. 114-115. Illus., plans.

"Howard Meyer named AIA Fellow." Texas Architect (May 1957): p. 12.

"In Dallas, Texas...." Pencil Points 26 (February 1945): p. 85-88. Illus., plans, diagrams.

Kohl, George S., ed. American Architects Directory. New York: R.R. Bowker, 1970.

"L-shaped plan adapted to corner lot...." Architectural Record 88 (September 1940): p. 54-55. Illus., plans.

"Retraining center exploits a sloping site." Architectural Record 135 (April 1964): p. 200-203. Illus., plans.

"Small building, big impacts, Hexter Title and Abstract Company." Architectural Forum 99 (August 1953): p. 123. Illus., plan.

"Temple Emanu-el wins award." Texas Architect (November 1957): p. 26.

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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, 1920-1986, undated

Series Abstract
This series includes student material, awards, correspondence and information about Meyer's community associations.
box folder
1 5 Building Materials and Construction - course work at Columbia University
6 Syllabus for Applied Psychology by A.T. Poffenberger (1920)
box folder
40 12 License to practice architecture - State of Texas
13 Medal AIA Fellow
box folder
1 7 Temple Emanu-El in 1960 National Gold Medal Exhibition of the Building Arts, p. 85
8 Texas Architecture 1952 - Dallas Museum of Fine Arts Exhibit Catalog
9 Mastic Tile Competition
10 Homes for Better Living (HFBL) Awards Program Landman Teller House entered - 1973
11 Awards - AIA Award of Merit to Temple Emanu-El, Dallas
box folder
40 14 Awards - Dallas Chapter of AIA Certificate of Appreciation 1961 (2), Texas Society of Architects Architecture of Merit in the Past Ten Years 1950-59 for Turtle Creek and Temple Emanu-El, AIA Certificate of Fellowship 1957, Texas Architecture 1957 Award of Merit and Special Commendation for Sanctuary for Temple Emanu-El
box folder
1 12 Dallas, City of; Housing Forum, S.M.U. Housing Project Conference (1975)
13 Dallas, City of; West Dallas Community Design Center, Public Housing Subcommittee (1974)
14 Dallas, City of; West Dallas Community Design Center, West Dallas Block partnership (1973-74)
15 Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts-Acquisition Committee Correspondence
16 Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts - correspondence, lease, donor and product information
17 Dallas Symphony Fund Drive - correspondence and mailing lists
18 Rhoads Terrace Institute - business information & merger with Day Care Association of Metropolitan Dallas
box folder
2 1 Rhoads Terrace Institute of Early Childhood Education - Building Committee file (1968-1977)
2 Dicker Sack - Stack (1969-70) (see also: photo series)
3 Cogan, Lea & Dicker, Ed - correspondence re: Stack - Sack construction (1971)
box folder
40 20 Correspondence from Max Levy 1986
box folder
2 4 Travel brochures - Germany
5 Program - Salute to Architecture, Dallas Chapter AIA (1959)

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Series B: Office Files c. 1925-1978, undated

Series Abstract
This series includes files that support the running of an architectural office, such as job lists, correspondence, blank forms and public relations.
Subseries B1: Office Files, 1961-1978, undated
box folder
2 6 Jobs by number, jobs alphabetic, index of catalogs, publication of work, index to files
7 Obsolete forms
8 [Federal] security clearance for office personnel
9 Mailing lists and congratulations-on-moving notes
10 Landauer, Leo & Associates Consulting Engineers, Professional Fees (1973-78)
11 Landauer, Leo estate (1977)
12 Glazbrook, Nick statements from Meyer (1976-77)
13 2727 Oaklawn layout for leasing ad
14 Dallas Independent School District -correspondence (1969)
15 Department of the Navy - correspondence regarding engineering consolidation (1970)
16 Turtle Creek & Turtle Creek Village -correspondence regarding publicity (1961-1965)
17 Golden Acres - International Symposium on Housing and Environmental Design for Older Adults - correspondence (1973-1974)
18 Housing for the Aged - slide show script developed by Noonan, Thompson, Krocker Marmon, and Mok - San Antonio Housing Authority
19 Masterspec subscription (1973)
20 Architecture books - promotional material
Subseries B2: Product Information, c. 1925-1966, undated
This subseries includes product catalogs and brochures.
box folder
3 1 Brick and tile scales
2 Kitchen Maid standard unit systems - shop drawings
3 Contemporary Copper: A Handbook of Sheet Copper Fundamentals (1966)
4 Nakashima, George; woodcarver - furniture catalog
5 Case and stand for books - William B. Schieffer Studio
6 Giso Lampen catalog of Gispen Co. of Rotterdam and Amsterdam (c. 1925)
7 George Tanier Lighting Inc. (c. 1959)
8 Synagogue Seating - American Seating Co. catalog

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Series C: Job Files, 1960-1976, undated

Series Abstract
This series includes material arranged by client name and kept by the architect pertaining to particular architectural projects and may contain correspondence with clients, change orders, contracts and reports.
(Note: three digit numbers in parentheses represent original job numbers)
box folder
4 1 American Products Company, work file, Dallas
2 American Products Company, Dallas (1961)
3 Anderson, Kirk; Residence, Dallas
4 Robert Beer and Co., Dallas
5 Burns, Robert; Residence (correspondence), Wichita Falls
6 Burns, Robert; Residence (work file), Wichita Falls
7 Burns, Robert; Residence (estimates), Wichita Falls
Caruth Memorial Rehabilitation Center. See: Dallas Rehabilitation Center.
box folder
4 8 Cleaver, J.S.; Residence addition, Dallas
9 Cobb, E.D.; Residence, Dallas
box folder
5 1 Dahlgren Manufacturing Co., Dallas
2 Dallas, City of; Housing Authority (1966-1975)
3 Dallas, City of; Housing Authority; Forrest Lane Project
4 Dallas, City of; Housing Authority; Turnkey Single Family (1969)
5 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch [1 of 2]
6 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch [2 of 2]
box folder
6 1 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (certificates for payment)
2 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (change orders and related correspondence)
3 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (contract)
4 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (correspondence)
5 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch, 1973-1974
6 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch, 1974-1975
7 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (correspondence, 1973-1976)
8 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (estimates)
9 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (furniture & furnishings correspondence)
box folder
7 1 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (plans and bids, 1974)
2 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (plans and specifications)
3 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (reports)
4 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (work file)
5 Dallas, City of - Public Library, West Dallas Branch (work file on furniture)
6 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (general technical data)
7 Dallas Power and Light Pavilion
8 Dallas Rehabilitation Center
9 Dallas Rehabilitation Center (work file) [1 of 2]
10 Dallas Rehabilitation Center (work file) [2 of 2]
11 Dallas Taping for the Blind Inc. (correspondence)
12 Dallas Taping for the Blind Inc. (plans and bids)
13 Dallas Taping for the Blind Inc. (work file)
14 Denton County Area Teachers Federal Credit Union
box folder
8 1 Denton County Area Teachers Federal Credit Union (certificates for payment)
2 Denton County Area Teachers Federal Credit Union (contract)
3 Denton County Area Teachers Federal Credit Union (contractors wishing to bid)
4 Denton County Area Teachers Federal Credit Union (correspondence)
5 Denton County Area Teachers Federal Credit Union (request from contractors)
6 Denton County Area Teachers Federal Credit Union (savings)
7 Denton County Area Teachers Federal Credit Union (work file)
8 Elizabeth Lake Estates; Harrison and Lear Inc., Hampton, Va.
9 Finnegan, Michael
10 Fogelson Building (proposed) Fairmount, Dallas
11 Frank and Dicker Country Club, Dallas
12 Frank, Jerome; Prospective jobs
13 Frank, Jerome; Residence, Dallas
box folder
9 1 Freeman, Harry I.; Building at Pacific Ave., Dallas
2 Gaines, John; Terra Firma Inc., Windy Hill Farm Project, Lexington, Ky.
3 Gaines, John; Training center for horses, Lexington, Ky.
4 Goldberg, Judge Irving L.; Office, Dallas
5 Goldberg, Judge Irving; Penthouse Apt. M (239), Dallas
6 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged; 1960 addition (215)
7 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, correspondence 2/70-12/70. (247) [1 of 2]
8 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, correspondence 2/70-12/70. (247) [2 of 2]
9 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, correspondence 12/70-12/71. (247) [1 of 2]
10 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, correspondence 12/70-12/71. (247) [2 of 2]
box folder
10 1 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, correspondence 1/72. (247)
2 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, change orders and related correspondence. (247) [1 of 3]
3 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, change orders and related correspondence. (247) [2 of 3]
4 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, change orders and related correspondence. (247) [3 of 3]
5 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, certificates for payment. (247) [1 of 2]
6 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, certificates for payment. (247) [2 of 2]
7 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, contract, 1968. (247)
box folder
11 1 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, code requirements, 1972. (247)
2 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Apartments correspondence. (253)
3 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Activity and apartment buildings correspondence. (253)
4 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Activity building correspondence. (253)
5 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Activity building payments. (253)
6 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Activity and apartment buildings payments. (253)
7 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Activity building contract. (253)
8 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Activity building and apartments work file. (253) [1 of 3]
box folder
12 1 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Activity and apartment buildings work file. (253) [2 of 3]
2 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Activity and apartment buildings work file. (253) [3 of 3]
3 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Activity building furniture. (253)
4 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Byer Square work file. (253)
5 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Byer Square Apartments work file. (253)
6 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Byer Square reports. (253)
7 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Richard Sikes estimates
8 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Byer Square estimates for deductions. (253)
9 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged; Byer Square change orders
10 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged; Activity and apartment buildings plans and specs. (253)
11 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Work Pending Completion, 1973-1976. (253)
12 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, New Porch, 1975. (253)
box folder
13 1 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Auditorium addition side chapel payments. (260)
2 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Side chapel work file. (260)
3 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Side chapel furnishings. (260)
4 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Auditorium acoustics work file. (260)
5 Goodell, Sol; Residence, Dallas [1 of 2]
6 Goodell, Sol; Residence, Dallas [2 of 2]
7 Grossman-Hoffman Building: Addition to 2727 Oaklawn, Dallas (217)
8 Grossman-Hoffman Building: Addition to 2727 Oaklawn (work file), Dallas
9 Hexter, Louis J.; Residence (correspondence with G. Kepes), Dallas
box folder
40 15 Highland Park Methodist Church (proposed expansion)
box folder
13 10 Hoffman, Henry; Apartments, Dallas (213)
box folder
14 1 Industrial Generating Co.; Administration and training building (correspondence), Dallas (251)
2 Industrial Generating Co.; Administration and training building (furnishings), Dallas (251)
3 Industrial Generating Co.; Administration and training building (plans, bids), Dallas (251)
4 Industrial Generating Co.; Administration and training building (transmittal file), Dallas
5 Industrial Generating Co.; Administration and training building (work file), Dallas (251)
6 Jenkins, Doris; Residence, Dallas
7 Job Corps; Women's Center, Boiler Plant, McKinney (238)
8 Job Corps; Women's Center, Gym and staff housing contract, McKinney (238)
9 Lee, Sidney; Residence, Dallas
10 Lifson, Cal; Residence, Dallas
11 Ligon, Samuel; Residence (correspondence), Richardson [1 of 2]
box folder
15 1 Ligon, Samuel; Residence (correspondence), Richardson [2 of 2]
2 Ligon, Samuel; Residence (inspection reports), Richardson (252)
3 Ligon, Samuel; Residence (notes), Dallas (252)
4 Ligon, Samuel; Residence (work file), Dallas (252) [1 of 2]
5 Ligon, Samuel; Residence (work file), Dallas (252) [2 of 2]
6 Ligon, Samuel; Residence (follow-up and change orders), Dallas (252)
7 Lipshy, Bruce; Residence, Dallas
8 Meyer, Howard; Office building at 2909 Fairmount, Dallas
9 Meyer, Howard; Office building at 2727 Oaklawn, Dallas
10 Meyer, Howard; Residence, Dallas (248)
11 Nasher, Raymond D.; Residence, Dallas
box folder
16 1 O'Boyle, John; Residence alterations, Dallas
2 Pearlstone, Henry; Residence, University Park
3 Plano Public Library (correspondence)
4 Presnall, Homer H., Jr.; Apartments, Abilene
5 Prospective jobs - 1966, 1967, 1970, 1972
6 Richmond, Don; Residence, Dallas
7 Rosenberg, Richard; Residence, Dallas
8 Rosenberg, Richard; Residence (work file), Dallas [1 of 2]
9 Rosenberg, Richard; Residence (work file), Dallas [2 of 2]
10 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (correspondence), Denton (244) [1 of 3]
11 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (correspondence), Denton (244) [2 of 3]
box folder
17 1 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (correspondence), Denton (244) [3 of 3]
2 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (program), Denton (244)
3 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (estimate file), Denton (244)
4 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (plans, specs, bids etc.), Denton (244)
5 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (revisions of specs etc.), Denton
6 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (work file,) Denton (244) [1 of 4]
7 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (work file), Denton (244) [2 of 3]
8 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (work file), Denton (244) [3 of 4]
9 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (work file), Denton (244) [4 of 4]
box folder
18 1 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (Dave Bloxum work file), Denton (244)
2 St. Paul's Lutheran Church (acoustic file), Denton (244)
3 Salzberger, Henry X.; Projects - Mexicana Road Project
4 San Antonio Housing Authority estimate file
5 Schaenen, Bernard; Residence, Dallas
6 Schaenen, Michael; Residence, Dallas
7 Seidel, Dr. and Mrs. Clifford; Residence, Dallas
8 Seidel, Dr. and Mrs. Clifford; Residence, Dallas, 1976
9 Seidel, Dr. and Mrs. Clifford; Residence (revision drawings), Dallas
box folder
19 1 Statler-Hilton; Roof garden and sun deck, Dallas
2 Teller, Landman; Residence (correspondence), Vicksburg, Miss. (246)
3 Teller, Landman; Residence (work file), Vicksburg, Miss.
4 Temple Emanu-El, Dallas
5 Tobian, Milton; Residence, Dallas
6 Trinity Presbyterian Church, Denton
7 Turtle Creek, 3525; Apartment building (correspondence), Dallas
box folder
40 16 Turtle Creek, 3526; (presentation)
box folder
19 8 Turtle Creek, 3525; Apartment building, Dillingham Corp., Dallas
9 Turtle Creek, 3525; Apartment building renovation (apartments 15 B, C, D), Dallas
10 Turtle Creek Village, Bowser St., Jerome Frank and Associates, Dallas
box folder
20 1 Varsity Village
Veterans Administration Hospital. See Job Corps; Women's Training Center.
box folder
20 2 West, Alfred; Residence, Dallas
3 West, Jerri Clayton; Residence, Woody Creek, Colo.
4 West, Jerri Clayton; Residence, Woody Creek, Colo.
5 Wood; Residence

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Series D: Specifications, 1952-1980, undated

Series Abstract
This series contains specifications which are the written documentation on how a project is to be constructed and are arranged by client name.
box folder
21 1 American Products Co.; Addition, Dallas
2 Anderson, M. Allen; Residence addition, Dallas, Oct. 1948
3 Anderson, M. Allen; Residence addition, Dallas Oct. 1948
4 Bell Chemical Co., Remodeling, Dallas
5 Big Brown Steam Electric Station, Industrial Generating Co.; Administration and training building, [1 of 2]March 1971
6 Big Brown Steam Electric Station, Industrial Generating Co.; Administration and training building, [2 of 2]March 1971
7 Burns, Robert; Residence, Wichita Falls
8 Burns, Robert; Residence (electrical and mechanical specifications), Wichita Falls
9 Burns, Robert; Residence (HVAC and plumbing specifications), Wichita Falls, [1954]
10 Burns, Robert; Residence (HVAC and plumbing specifications), Wichita Falls, [1954]
Caruth Memorial Rehabilitation Center. See: Dallas Rehabilitation Center.
box folder
21 11 Cinnamon, Alfred; Residence, Dallas, 1937
12 Colombian Club Bar Room, Dallas, [1 of 2]1936
13 Colombian Club Bar Room, Dallas, [2 of 2]1936
box folder
22 1 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch, 1974
2 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch, 1974
3 Dallas Day Nursery and Infant Welfare; Reba Mallinson Wadel Memorial Day Nursery, 1951
4 Dallas Day Nursery and Infant Welfare; Reba Mallinson Wadel Memorial Day Nursery, 1951
5 Dallas Independent School District; David G. Burnet Elementary School, 1954
6 Dallas Independent School District; David G. Burnet Elementary School, 1954
box folder
23 1 Dallas Independent School District; David G. Burnet Elementary School, 1954
2 Dallas Power and Light Co. Pavilion, 1958
3 Dallas Rehabilitation Center; Caruth Memorial Rehabilitation Center, 1960
4 Dallas Taping for the Blind Inc.; Herbert and Minnie Marcus Center, 1974
5 Dehart, Ernest G.; Residence, Dallas [1 of 2]1951
6 Dehart, Ernest G.; Residence, Dallas [2 of 2]1951
7 Denton County Area Teachers Credit Union, 1964
box folder
24 1 Denton County Area Teachers Credit Union; Additions, 1967
2 Denton County Area Teachers Federal Credit Union, 1974
3 Donnally, Chester J.; Residence, Dallas, 1948
4 Donnally, Chester J.; Residence, Dallas, 1948
5 First Presbyterian Church, Denton, 1964
6 Frank, Isaac; Residence alteration, New York City, 1925
7 Getterman, L.T., Jr.; Residence, Waco, 1952
8 Goldberg, Irving; Residence additions, Dallas, 1940
9 Goldberg, Irving; Residence additions, Dallas, 1940
10 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, 1957
box folder
25 1 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, 1961
2 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, 1961
3 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, general construction, mechanical and electrical work, 1966
4 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, landscape, 1966
5 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, addition, 1970
box folder
26 1 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Byer Square addition, 1973
2 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Byer Square addition, 1973
3 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, alterations to the administration wing, 1978
4 Goldstein, Jack and Abe; Duplex, Dallas, 1932
5 Goldstein, Jack and Abe; Duplex, Dallas, 1938
6 Goodell, Sol; Residence, Dallas, 1958
7 Guardian Life Building; Remodeling of Richard M. McLarry offices, Dallas, 1946
8 Hartmann, Robin P.; Residence additions, Dallas, 1980
9 Hexter, Louis J.; Farmhouse, Dallas, 1941
10 Hexter, Louis J.; Residence (labor and materials) Dallas, 1935
11 Hexter Title Co. Office Building, Dallas, 1948
12 Hexter Title Co. Office Building, Dallas, 1950
13 Hexter Title Co. Office Building, Dallas, 1950
14 Hexter Title Co. Office Building, Dallas, 1950
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27 1 Hillel Foundation Building, Austin, [1 of 2]1947
2 Hillel Foundation Building, Austin, 2 of 2]1947
3 Hillel Foundation Building, Austin, 1949
4 Hoffman, Henry; Proposed apartments (elevator specs) for 2801 Oaklawn, Dallas
5 Hohenberg, A. Sydney; Residence, Dallas, [1 of 2]1939
6 Hohenberg, A. Sydney; Residence, Dallas, [2 of 2]1939
7 Hopkins, E.B.; Cabana, Kemah, [1 of 2]1941
8 Hopkins, E.B.; Cabana, Kemah, [2 of 2]1941
9 Hughes, Ashford; Residence, Dallas, 1951
10 Jewish Community Center; Remodeling, Dallas, 1941
11 Jewish Community Center; Remodeling, Dallas, 1941
12 Joyce, Walter F., Jr.; Residence, Dallas, 1959
13 Kahn, Asher; Residence, Dallas, 1939
14 Kahn, Edmund J.; Residence, Dallas, 1947
15 Kahn, E. M.; Building alterations, Dallas, 1936
16 Killam, Radcliffe; Residence, Laredo, 1947
17 Killam, Radcliffe; Residence, Laredo, 1947
18 Landauer, Leo; Residence, Dallas, 1955
19 Laredo Air Force Base; 345 units of family housing, 1955
20 Levy, Lester; Residence, Waco, [1 of 2]1940
21 Levy, Lester; Residence, Waco, [2 of 2]1940
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28 1 Lewis, Donald; Residence, Dallas, 1940
2 Ligon, Samuel; Residence, Richardson, 1972
3 Lipshy, Ben; Residence, Dallas, 1951
4 Loeb, Milton; Residence, Dallas, [1 of 2]1936
5 Loeb, Milton; Residence, Dallas, [2 of 2]1936
6 Lorch, Lester P.; Residence, Dallas, [1 of 2]1938
7 Lorch, Lester P.; Residence, Dallas, [2 of 2]1938
8 McLarry, Richard; Residence (remodeling and additions), Dallas, 1970
9 McLarry, Richard; Residence, Highland Park, 1940
10 McLarry, D.D.; Duplex, Highland Park, 1940
11 McMillan Community Center, Dallas, 1978
12 Maxine Shop; Store front remodel, Tyler, 1939
13 Meirowitz, Elias; Premises alterations, New York City, 1935
14 Meyer, Howard, Residence, Dallas, 1968
15 Meyer, Howard; Residence (air conditioning), Dallas, 1968
16 Meyer, Howard; Residence (addendum #1), Dallas, 1968
17 Nasher, Raymond; Residence (additions), Dallas, 1963
18 Nogales Building, Vicksburg, Miss., 1965
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29 1 Northrup, Lynn L., Jr.; Residence, Dallas [1 of 3]
2 Northrup, Lynn L., Jr.; Residence, Dallas [2 of 3]
3 Northrup, Lynn L., Jr.; Residence, Dallas [3 of 3]
4 Oldham, John C.; Residence (alterations), Dallas
5 Pearlstone, Henry A.; Residence, University Park, 1938
6 Redful Corp. Building, New York City, 1930
7 Rose, Melville S.; Residence (addition), Highland Park, [1 of 4]1938
8 Rose, Melville S.; Residence (addition), Highland Park, [2 of 4]1938
9 Rose, Melville S.; Residence (addition), Highland Park, [3 of 4]1938
10 Rose, Melville S.; Residence (addition), Highland Park, [4 of 4]1938
11 Rosenberg, Richard; Residence, Dallas, 1963
12 St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Denton, 1969
13 Sanger, Eugene K.; Residence, Dallas, [1 of 2]1937
14 Sanger, Eugene K,; Residence, Dallas, [2 of 2]1937
15 Sanger, Morton; Residence, Preston Downs, [1 of 2]1936
16 Sanger, Morton; Residence, Preston Downs, [2 of 2]1936
17 Schaenen, Bernard; Duplex, Highland Park, 1941
18 Schepps, Julius; Residence, Dallas, [1 of 2]1951
19 Schepps, Julius; Residence, Dallas, [2 of 2]1951
20 Seidel, Dr. Clifford; Residence, Dallas, [1 of 2]1957
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30 1 Seidel, Dr. Clifford; Residence, Dallas, [2 of 2]1957
2 Shaw, Bernard; Duplex, Highland Park, 1941
3 Shearith Israel; Religious and educational building, Dallas, 1949
4 Simmons, Sam S.; Residence, Vicksburg, Miss., 1946
5 Stearn, Gus; Duplex, Dallas, 1958
6 Teller, Landman; Residence, Vicksburg, Miss., 1939
7 Teller, Landman; Residence (additions), Vicksburg, Miss., 1947
8 Teller, Landman; Residence (heating), Vicksburg, Miss., 1947
9 Teller, Landman; Residence (additions), Vicksburg, Miss., 1947
10 Teller, Landman; Residence, Vicksburg, Miss., 1968
11 Temple Beth-El, Tyler, [1 of 3]1938
12 Temple Beth-El, Tyler, [2 of 3]1938
13 Temple Beth-El, Tyler, [3 of 3]1938
14 Temple Emanu-El, alterations to gymnasium, Dallas, [1 of 2]1937
15 Temple Emanu-El, alterations to gymnasium, Dallas, [2 of 2]1937
16 Temple Emanu-El, air conditioning, Dallas
17 Temple Emanu-El, kitchen equipment, Dallas, 1955
18 Temple Emanu-El, landscaping, Dallas, 1955
19 Temple Emanu-El, seating, Dallas, 1955
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31 1 Temple Emanu-El, Dallas, 1955
2 Temple Emanu-El, Dorothy and Henry S. Jacobus Archives Study, Dallas, 1973
3 Temple Emanu-El, Ruth and Milton Levy Building, Dallas, 1976
4 Temple Emanu-El, Ruth and Milton Levy Building (mechanical and electrical), Dallas, 1976
5 Tex 9-7 Housing Project; Clarendon Drive Project, Dallas, 1951
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32 1 Tex 9-7 Housing Project; Clarendon Drive Project (community building), Dallas, 1952
2 Tex 9-7 Housing Project; Clarendon Drive Project (landscape development), Dallas, 1952
3 Tex 9-8 Housing Project; Canaan Street Project, Dallas, 1951
4 Tex 9-8 Housing Project; Canaan Street Project (landscape development), Dallas, 1952
5 Tex 9-8 Housing Project; Canaan Street Project (community building), Dallas, 1953
6 Tiferet Israel Synagogue, Dallas, 1938
7 Tobian, Milton; Residence, Dallas, 1955
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33 1 Turtle Creek Apartment Building, Dallas, 1960
2 Turtle Creek Village, Dallas, 1960
3 Wein, Morris; Residence, Richmond Hill, N.Y., 1931
4 Well-Made Novelty Co.; Alterations, Dallas, 1949
5 Well-Made Novelty Co.; Alterations, Dallas, 1949
6 West, Alfred; Residence, Dallas, 1951
7 West, Jeri Clayton; Residence, Woody Creek, Colo., 1962
8 White Rock Lake Park; Bathhouse modifications, Dallas, 1980
9 Winfrey, Martin; Residence (alterations), Dallas, 1941
10 Wolf, Dr. Jack I.; Residence (addition), Dallas, [1 of 2]1953
11 Wolf, Dr. Jack I.; Residence (addition), Dallas, [2 of 2]1953
12 Zale, Morris; Residence, Dallas, 1948
13 Zale, Morris; Residence (air conditioning), Dallas, 1948
14 Zale, William; Residence, Dallas
15 Example of binder used to house Specifications [1938-1941] (Acidic)

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Series E: Printed Material, 1924-1986, undated

Series Abstract
This series contains published and unpublished material including magazine articles about Meyers' projects, exhibition catalogs, speeches, books, brochures and information about other architects.
Subseries E1: Clippings, 1959-1960, undated
This subseries contains clippings from published sources such as magazines and newspapers.
box folder
34 1 Howard Meyer and his work
2 Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts
3 Dallas Rehabilitation Center (also called the Caruth Rehabilitation Center)
4 Hexter Title Co.
5 Fendler, Rudolph
6 Hoffman, Henry; Proposed apartment building at 2801 Oaklawn, Dallas
7 Kepes, Gyorgy
8 Lipshy, Ben; Residence
9 Mastic Tile Competition
10 Temple Emanu-El
11 Tobian, Milton
12 3525 Turtle Creek
13 Turtle Creek Parkway Controversy (1959-1960)
14 Turtle Creek Village
box folder
40 3 "Vine Covered Cottage and a House for a Pair of Moderns." Popular Homes (nd)
box folder
34 15 Williams, David
16 Wright, Frank Lloyd
17 Obituary for Schon Meyer
18 Obituaries for Talbot Hamlin and Ralph Bryan
19 Miscellaneous clippings
Subseries E2: Periodicals featuring Meyer and his Projects, 1924-1983, undated
This subseries includes magazines with articles about Meyers and his designs.
box folder
34 20 "Temple Emanu-El - Award of Merit." AIA Journal XXXI (June 1959): p. 86.
box folder
40 4 Awards: Mastic Tile First Annual Design Competition - Meyer, Pratt, and Box grand prize winners
box folder
34 21 "Small Town...in Town." Adult (October 1959): p. 4-5, 18.
22 "A Portfolio of Rescued Buildings." [13th Church of Christ Scientist, New York City] Architectural Forum LXI (September 1934): p. 182.
23 "Houses." [Melville S. Rose Residence] Architectural Forum 72 (February 1940): p. 114-5.
24 "Small Building, Big Impact." [Hexter Title Building] Architectural Forum 99 (August 1953): p. 123.
25 "Stone in Today's Building." [Hexter Title Building] Architectural Forum 101 (July 1954): p. 156.
26 "The Rise in Apartments." [3525 Turtle Creek] Architectural Forum 109 (September 1958): p. 108-9.
27 "$25,000 Housing Competition won by Dallas Architects." [Mastic Tile Competition] Architectural Forum 111 (September 1959): p. 7, 9.
box folder
35 1 "American Synagogue Design: 1729-1939." [Temple Beth-EI, Tyler] Architectural Record 86 (November 1939): p. 86.
2 "A Cocktail Room for a Texas Club." [Colombian Club] Architectural Record 87 (May 1940): p. 48-9.
3 "L-Shape Plan Adapted to Corner Lot." [Eugene Sanger Residence] Architectural Record 88 (September 1940): p. 54-5.
4 "Mews Type Plan for Texas Development." [Turtle Creek Village] Architectural Record (January 1964): p. 148-9.
5 "Retraining Center Exploits a Sloping Site." [Dallas Rehabilitation Center, also called the Caruth Rehabilitation Center] Architectural Record (April 1964): p. 200-1.
6 "Architecture '66." [Temple Emanu-EI] Dallas (October 1966): p. 40.
7 "3525 Turtle Creek." Dallas Times Herald Sunday Morning Supplement (July 13, 1958).
8 "Duluth to Dallas." [Last Word at Turtle Creek] Crane World (November 1957): p. 7.
9 "Portfolio of Architecture - Texas." [Henry Pearlstone Residence] Interior Design and Decoration (May 1940): p. 40.
10 "Competition Winners." The MATICO Tiler [Mastic Tile Corporation] (September 1959).
11 "A Reflection of Their Lives." Parkway (January 1983): p. 50-1.
12 "3525 Turtle Creek." Southwest Properties Magazine (April 1957): p. 10-2.
13 "Temple Emanu-EI Award of Merit." Texas Architect (November 1957): p. 26.
14 "Architecture of Merit" [3525 Turtle Creek] Texas Architect (February 1961): cover.
15 "Texas Portfolio." [Temple Emanu-EI] Texas Architect 28 (May/June 1978): p. 39.
16 "Born Again Bauhaus in Dallas." [Clark Residence, formerly Ben Lipshy Residence] Texas Homes (July 1983): p. 88-94.
17 "Dallas' Temple Emanu-EI: House of Worship Home for its Congregation." Tone (#41957): p. 1-2.
18 "Dallas-Fort Worth Architects: Celebrating Our Own." [Temple Emanu-EI] Vision (April 1978): p. 23.
Subseries E3: Brochures, 1957, undated
This subseries contains pamphlets connected with Meyers' projects and designs and firm brochures for engineering companies.
box folder
40 1 3525 Turtle Creek
2 Temple Emanu-EI dedication program, 1957
box folder
36 1 Dallas Rehabilitation Center, also called the Caruth Rehabilitation Center
2 Elizabeth Lake Estates, Hampton, Virginia
3 "Iconographies of Stained Glass Windows: Little Chapel-in-the-Woods."
4 Leo L. Landauer and Associates Firm Brochure - Consulting Engineers
5 Chappell, Taylor and Mitchell Co. - firm brochure (consulting structural engineers)
6 J. Herschel Fisher and Pat Y. Spillman - firm brochure
Subseries E4: Exhibit Catalogs, 1951-1964
This subseries includes catalogs for exhibitions.
box folder
36 7 Recent American Synagogue Architecture (exhibition 1963)
8 Architecture... Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1951
9 Gyorgy Kepes Exhibition Catalogue, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1958
10 French Contemporary Tapestry, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1964
Subseries E5: Speeches, undated
This subseries contains speeches.
box folder
36 11 "A New Approach to Old Problems." Address delivered at Princeton University by Barclay Acheson.
12 "Man is the Measure." Louis Kahn, Lawrence Halprin, George Nelson, Niels Diffrient and Richard E. Paret. Summary of talks at the Design Seminar.
Subseries E6: Publications not about Meyer, 1930-1971, undated
This subseries contains published material including magazine articles and books not about Meyer.
box folder
36 13 "An American Synagogue for Today and Tomorrow." Contemporary Designs by Architects and Artists
14 1969 Architectural Awards - Buildings with Fallout Shelters
15 "Mid-Century World Architecture." published by Architectural Record, 1959
16 "Development of Queens Boulevard." Reprint from Architectural Forum
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40 5 Architecture Mid-America (September 1958)
6 L'Architecte (Mai 1930)
7 Bouwkundig Weekblad Architectura 30 (July 26, 1931)
8 Bouwkundig Weekblad Architectura 29 (July 18, 1931)
9 Bouwkundig Weekblad Architectura 30 (July 25, 1931)
10 Bouwkundig Weekblad Architectura 36 (September 5, 1931)
11 Bouwkundig Weekblad Architectura 37 (September 12, 1931)
box folder
36 17 Byggmastaren - 1930 Stockholm publication
18 California Monthly [inscribed by William Wurster](April 1954)
box folder
40 12 Fortune(October 1935)
box folder
36 19 Harpers(May 1958)
20 4th Biennial HUD Awards for Design Excellence, [with handwritten notes]1971
box folder
37 1 "Modular Coordination." (pamphlets)
2 Southwest Review(Spring 1933)
3 Southwest Review(Winter 1935)
4 "Space for Teaching." Bulletin of Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas (April 1941)
5 Texas Quarterly [article on Frank Lloyd Wright](Spring 1962)
Subseries E7: Books, 1927-c. 1961
This subseries contains books not about Meyer.
box folder
37 6 American Institute of Architecture, ed. Architecture a Profession and a Career. Washington: American Institute of Architects, 1945.
7 Walker, Ralph. Ralph Walker and The American Institute of Architects: 1921-1961. New York: Aldus Printers, 1961?
8 Eighteen Thousand Color Combinations. New York: William Helburn, [nd].
9 Modern Architecture, International Exhibition. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1932.
10 Vom Deutschen Werkbund, Herausgegeben. Bau und Wohnung. Stuttgart: Akad. Verlag Dr. Fr. Wedekind and Co., 1927.

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Series F: Visual Material, undated

Series Abstract
This series includes photographs and slides of projects, designs and people.
Subseries F1: Photographs, undated
This subseries contains photographic material - both positive prints and negatives of designs and projects including some construction photographs.
box folder
41 1 Howard Meyer Portrait
2 Richard Neutra Portrait
3 Meyer Title Block Negative
4 Burns, Robert; Residence, Wichita Falls
(9 color photographs)
5 Columbian Country Club Cocktail Room, Dallas
(6 photographs)
6 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (1 title block negative, 2 schematic design negatives, 2 perspective negatives, 3 photographs of the schematic design and the perspective)
7 Dallas Rehabilitation Center, also called the Caruth Rehabilitation Center
(1 interior photograph)
8 Dicker Stack Sack
(6 promotional photographs)
9 Ft. Wolters Aircraft Instrument Trainer Building (1 rendering, 1 grading and drainage site plan, 1 floor plan, 1 exterior elevation and 1 interior elevation)
10 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged
(4 color photographs - 2 of models, 1 interior rendering, 1 exterior)
11 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged, Side Chapel addition (5 photographs of the electric candles)
12 Hexter Title Co. Building, Dallas
(1 exterior photograph)
13 Hoffman, Henry; Proposed Apartments at 2801 Oaklawn "Concord Apartments," Dallas
(2 exterior renderings)
14 Hohenberg, A. Sydney; Residence, Dallas
(4 exterior photographs)
15 Industrial Generating Co. (2 photographs found in job file with Thomas and Thomas Construction Co. information)
16 Jenkins, Doris; Residence, Dallas
(19 photographs and 22 negatives)
17 Job Corps Women's Training Center, formerly the Veterans Administration Hospital, McKinney
(108 negatives)
18 Lipshy, Ben; Residence, Dallas
(1 exterior and 2 interior photographs)
19 Lorch, Lester P.; Residence, Dallas
(2 exterior photographs)
20 Pearlstone, Henry; Residence (7 photographs) [1 of 2]
21 Pearlstone, Henry; Residence (6 photographs) [2 of 2]
22 Rose, Melville S.; Residence, Dallas
(1 interior and 1 exterior photograph)
23 Sanger, Eugene; Residence, Dallas
(2 interior and 4 exterior photographs)
24 Schaenen, Bernard; Residence, Highland Park
(1 exterior photo)
25 Teller, Landman; Residence, Vicksburg, Miss. (8 color photographs of the site before construction)
26 Teller, Landman; Residence, Vicksburg, Miss.
(8 color construction photographs)
27 Temple Beth-El, Tyler
(2 exterior and 2 interior photographs)
28 Temple Emanu-El, Dallas (1 negative of proposed floor and site plan)
29 Tex 9-8
(1 exterior photograph)
30 Tifereth Israel Synagogue, Dallas
(6 exterior and 1 interior photograph)
31 Tobian, Milton; Residence (2 photographs of desks)
32 3525 Turtle Creek Apartment Building, Dallas (1 color photograph of the lobby, 2 color exterior photographs, 9 exterior photographs, 1 typical floor plan, 1 penthouse floor plan, 1 first floor plan, 1 plot plan, 1 basement plan)
33 3525 Turtle Creek Apartment Building, Dallas
(3 exterior photographs and 1 contact sheet)
34 Turtle Creek Village Apartments, Dallas
(8 construction photographs and 1 rendering)
35 Turtle Creek Village Apartments, Dallas
(2 exterior and 3 interior photographs)
36 Turtle Creek Village Apartments, Dallas
(1 floor plan negative and 1 site plan negative)
37 Turtle Creek Village Apartments, Dallas
(1 color rendering, 1 brochure)
38 West, Jeri Clayton; Residence (21 photographs found in job file)
39 Zale, Morris; Residence, Dallas
(4 exterior photographs)
40 Zale, William; Residence, Dallas
(4 interior and 1 exterior photograph)
41 Unidentified courtyard
(1 negative)
42 Unidentified
(17 photographs)
43 Spiral binder used for housing photographs (retained as a sample only)
box folder
42 1 Meyer, Howard; 2727 Oaklawn Office Building, Dallas
(2 mechanicals)
2 Brackins Village
(2 photographs)
3 Meyer, Howard; 2727 Oaklawn Office Building, Dallas
(3 negatives and 1 photograph)
4 Rose, Melville; Residence, Dallas
(1 photograph)
5 3525 Turtle Creek Apartment Building, Dallas
(1 contact sheet)
6 Unidentified
(3 photographs)
7 Temple Emanu-El, Dallas
(2 photographs)
8 St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Denton
(1 mechanical and 2 negatives)
9 Temple Emanu-El, Dallas
(2 negatives)
10 Meyer, Howard (portrait)
11 First Presbyterian Church, Denton
(2 photographs)
12 Meyer, Howard; 2727 Oaklawn Office Building, Dallas
(1 negative)
13 Brown, William; Residence
(4 photographs)
14 Pearlstone, Henry; Residence, Dallas
(14 photographs)
15 Zale, William; Residence, Dallas
(9 photographs)
16 Unidentified interiors
(3 photographs)
Subseries F2: Slides, undated
This subseries contains slides of competitions, projects, designs, slide shows and presentations including low income and public housing.
box folder
43 1 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch (53 slides) [1 of 3]
2 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch [2 of 3]
3 Dallas, City of; Public Library, West Dallas Branch [3 of 3]
4 Donnally, Chester, Residence, Dallas
(10 slides)
5 First Presbyterian Church, Denton
(15 slides)
6 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged (33 slides) [1 of 2]
7 Golden Acres; Dallas Home for the Jewish Aged [2 of 2]
7 Landauer, Leo; Residence, Dallas
(2 slides)
8 St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Denton (40 slides) [1 of 2]
9 St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Denton [2 of 2]
10 Schaenen, Bernard; Residence, Dallas
(13 slides)
11 Tobian, Milton; Residence, Dallas
(19 slides)
12 3525 Turtle Creek Apartment Building, Dallas (33 slides) [1 of 2]
13 3525 Turtle Creek Apartment Building, Dallas [2 of 2]
14 Zale, Morris; Residence, Dallas (24 slides) [1 of 2]
15 Zale, Morris; Residence, Dallas [2 of 2]
15 Zale, William; Residence, Dallas
(1 slide)
16 Unidentified
(15 slides)
box folder
44 1 Bergstrom Air Force Base
(8 slides)
2 Corsicana Post Office
(13 slides)
3 Dallas Independent School District; David Burnet Elementary School
(4 slides)
4 Dallas Power and Light Pavilion
(2 slides)
5 Denton Area Teachers Federal Credit Union
(53 slides)
6 Ft. Hood Bachelor officer's quarters, Killeen
(20 slides)
7 Ft. Wolters
(20 slides)
8 Hillel Foundation, Austin
(5 slides)
9 Job Corps Center, formerly Veterans Administration Hospital, McKinney
(2 slides)
10 Kahn, Edmund,; Residence, Dallas
(5 slides)
11 Lipshy, Ben; Residence, Dallas
(24 slides)
12 MATICO [Mastic Tile Competition]
(18 slides)
box folder
45 1 MATICO [Mastic Tile Competition]
(17 slides)
2 Meyer, Howard; Office Buildings
(3 slides)
3 Rockwall Post Office
(14 slides)
4 Shearith Israel
(1 slide)
5 Teller, Landman; Residence, Vicksburg, Miss.
(15 slides)
6 Temple Beth-El, Tyler
(3 slides)
7 Temple Emanu-El, Dallas
(25 slides)
8 Temple Emanu-El; Levy Building, Dallas
(51 slides)
9 Tex 9-8
(14 slides)
10 West, Alfred; Residence, Dallas
(9 slides)
11 Wolfe, Jack; Residence, Dallas
(5 slides)
box folder
46 1 Tex 6-18 (50 slides) [1 of 3]
2 Tex 6-18 [2 of 3]
3 Tex 6-18 [3 of 3]
4 Low Income Housing Presentation (89 slides) [1 of 5]
5 Low Income Housing Presentation [2 of 5]
6 Low Income Housing Presentation [3 of 5]
7 Low Income Housing Presentation [4 of 5]
8 Low Income Housing Presentation [5 of 5]
9 Unidentified Slide Show 1 [Amenity and Community] (42 slides) [1 of 3]
10 Unidentified Slide Show 1 [Amenity and Community] [2 of 3]
11 Unidentified Slide Show 1 [Amenity and Community] [3 of 3]
12 Slide Show 2 [Public Housing Awards] (44 slides) [1 of 3]
13 Slide Show 2 [Public Housing Awards] [2 of 3]
14 Slide Show 2 [Public Housing Awards] [3 of 3]
15 Slide Show 3 [Public Housing Awards] (33 slides) [1 of 2]
16 Slide Show 3 [Public Housing Awards] [2 of 2]
17 Slide Show 4 (21 slides) [1 of 2]
18 Slide Show 4 (21 slides) [2 of 2]
18 Slide Show 5
(18 slides)
19 Slide Show 6 (116 slides) [1 of 6]
20 Slide Show 6 [2 of 6]
21 Slide Show 6 [3 of 6]
22 Slide Show 6 [4 of 6]
23 Slide Show 6 [5 of 6]
24 Slide Show 6 [6 of 6]

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Series G: Drawings

Subseries G1: Shop Drawings, undated
box
38 McLarry Residence
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39 Temple Emanu-El
Subseries G2: Drawings, 1924, undated
box folder
1 1 School Drawing, 1924
2 Pencil, 1924
3 Pencil [From European trip] H. R. Meyer
4 Pencil, Stairs from 1st floor - Wein residence
box folder
40 17 Reproduction exterior of Dallas Rehabilitation Center (nd)
18 First Presbyterian Church, Denton (2 presentation drawings - interior, nd)
19 Pencil, architectural detail & watercolor, Paris cafe, nd
box folder
1 19 Figures (ink, nd) [Meyer]
20 Etching, "The Henry Pearlstones" by Audrey Mathis Rice (nd)
box folder
Rm 108 Flat file 6, Drawer 2 Watercolor, landscape and [oil] painting, still life [Meyer] (nd)
Subseries G3: Other Drawings, 1916-1980, undated
Entries are indexed in alphabetical order by Client's last 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. 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 pecil on trace paper, or ink on tracing clothe) as well as copies (such as sepia prints, blueline prints, etc.).
Project name: Exhibition material.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: Light fixture designs.
Date on drawings: 1938
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: Light fixture designs.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: Light fixture designs.
Date on drawings: 1940
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: Light fixture designs.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: Light fixture designs.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: American Products Company building. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
American Products Company
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: M. Allen Anderson residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1948-1949
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Anderson, M. Allen
4811 Northwest Highway
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Hillel Foundation Building (Hillel House).
Date on drawings: 1947
Primary archt/firm: N. Straus Nayfach and Company
Collaborators: Howard R. Meyer
B'Nai B'Rith Hillel Foundation
San Antonio St, between 21st and 22nd Sts
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Hillel Foundation Building (Hillel House).
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: N. Straus Nayfach and Company
Collaborators: Howard R. Meyer
B'Nai B'Rith Hillel Foundation
San Antonio St, between 21st and 22nd Sts
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Hillel Foundation Building (Hillel House).
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: N. Straus Nayfach and Company
Collaborators: Howard R. Meyer
B'Nai B'Rith Hillel Foundation
San Antonio St, between 21st and 22nd Sts
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Bell Chemical Company building.
Date on drawings: 1968
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Bell Chemical Company
1421 Revee
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Sam Bloom offices.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Bloom, Sam
Room 1010 Fidelity Union Life Building
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Braude Residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1955-1956
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Braude
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: William E. Brown residence.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Brown, William E.
Fischer Rd
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Bobby Burns residence.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Burns, Bobby
Lake Park Dr
Wichita Falls
Wichita
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Church Christ Scientist (New York, N.Y.). Alteration.
Date on drawings: 1934
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Church Christ Scientist
309 West 83rd Street
New York
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: Alfred M. Cinnamon residence.
Date on drawings: 1937
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Cinnamon, Alfred M., Dr.
6938 Casa Loma
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: J.S. Cleaver residence.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Cleaver, J. S.
5318 Drane Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Columbian Club.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Columbian Club
Garland Rd
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Field House for the Board of Education (Dallas, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1934
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas, City of
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Housing Authority projects TEX 9-7 and TEX 9-8.
Date on drawings: 1950-1952
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas, City of
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Project Tex - 9-7, 9-8.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas, City of
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres).
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres)
Centerville and Shiloh Roads
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres).
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres)
Centerville and Shiloh Roads
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres).
Date on drawings: 1969
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres)
Centerville and Shiloh Roads
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres).
Date on drawings: 1970
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres)
Centerville and Shiloh Roads
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres).
Date on drawings: 1978
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres)
Centerville and Shiloh Roads
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres). Addition.
Date on drawings: 1974
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas Home For the Jewish Aged (Golden Acres)
Centerville and Shiloh Roads
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas I.S.D. David G. Burnet Elementary School.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas I.S.D.
West of Lemmon Ave, Blocks 6449 and 6450
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas Museum for Contemporary Arts
5966 Northwest Highway
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas Power and Light Pavilion. Employee's Recreation Area. North Lake Steam Electric Station
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas Power and Light Pavilion
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas Rehabilitation Center.
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas Rehabilitation Center
7850 Brookhollowe Rd
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas Taping for the Blind, Inc. Herbert and Minnie Marcus Center.
Date on drawings: 1973-1974
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas Taping for the Blind, Inc
3001 Bookhout
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas Taping for the Blind, Inc. Herbert and Minnie Marcus Center.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas Taping for the Blind, Inc.
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Ernest G. Dehart residence.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dehart, Ernest G.
Roual Lane
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Furniture design.
Date on drawings: 1931
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dennison, Ira
Union Street
Brooklyn
Kings
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: Denton Area Teacher's Credit Union building.
Date on drawings: 1973-1977
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Denton Area Teacher's Credit Union
225 West Mulberry St
Denton
Denton
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Denton County Teacher's Federal Credit Union building.
Date on drawings: 1962-1964
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Denton County Teacher's Federal Credit Union
212 West Sycamore
Denton
Denton
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Chester J. Donnally residence.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Donnally, Chester J.
Baltimore at Lovers Lane
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dorchester House. Suite 2.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dorchester House
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: E.M. Kahn and Company store. Alteration.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
E. M. Kahn and Company
Main at Lamar
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Edelman residence.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Edelman
Project name: Elizabeth Lake Estates. Boat Club.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Elizabeth Lake Estates
Hampton
Va.
U.S.
Project name: Elizabeth Lake Estates. Boat Club.
Date on drawings: 1967
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Elizabeth Lake Estates
Hampton
Va.
U.S.
Project name: Ben Ely residence. Additions and alterations.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Ely, Ben
4430 Arcady
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Finlay-Straus store. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1933
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Finlay-Straus
57-49 Myrtle Ave, Ridgewood
New York
N. Y.
U.S.
Project name: First Presbyterian Church (Denton, Tex.).
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
First Presbyterian Church (Denton, Tex.)
Denton
Denton
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: First Presbyterian Church (Denton, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1962-1967
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
First Presbyterian Church (Denton, Tex.)
Denton
Denton
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Fred Florence residence. Remodelling.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Florence, Fred
Project name: E.E. Fogelson office building.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Fogelson, E. E.
Cedar Springs at Fairmont and Howell
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Jerome Frank office building.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Frank, Jerome
Project name: Jerome J. Frank residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1963
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Frank, Jerome J.
10161 Daria Place
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: L.T. Getterman residence.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Getterman, L. T.
3219 Stewart Dr
Waco
McLennan
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Irving Goldberg residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1940
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Goldberg, Irving
Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Irving L. Goldberg residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Goldberg, Irving L.
5906 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Irving L. Goldberg penthouse apartment.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Goldberg, Irving L., Judge
3701 Turtle Creek
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: John J. Goldsmith residence.
Date on drawings: 1933
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Goldsmith, John J.
Larchmont
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: Jack and Abe Goldstein duplex.
Date on drawings: 1938
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Goldstein, Jack
Goldstein, Abe
Highland Park
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Sol Goodell residence.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Goodell, Sol
5927 Joyce Way
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Max Gross residence.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Gross, Max
Tyler
Smith
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Grossman-Hoffman Building. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Grossman-Hoffman Building
2727 Oak Lawn
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Grossman-Hoffman Building. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1961
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Grossman-Hoffman Building
2727 Oak Lawn
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Louis J. Hexter farmhouse.
Date on drawings: 1941
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Hexter, Louis J.
Richardson Rd
Project name: Louis J. Hexter residence.
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Hexter, Louis J.
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Hexter Title and Abstract Company building.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Hexter Title and Abstract Company
1312 Main
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Hexter Title and Abstract Company building.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Hexter Title and Abstract Company
316 Center
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Hilton Hotel (Dallas, Tex.). Sun Deck.
Date on drawings: 1963
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Hilton Hotel (Dallas, Tex.)
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: A.S. Hohenberg residence.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Hohenberg, A.S.
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: E.B. Hopkins cabana.
Date on drawings: 1941
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Hopkins, Mrs. E. B.
Bayview Acres
Kemah
Galveston
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Canaan Street Project.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Housing Authority of the City of Dallas
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Clarendon Drive project.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Housing Authority of the City of Dallas
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Ashford Hughes residence.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Hughes, Ashford
Corsicana
Navarro
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: John G. Hurd residence.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Hurd, John G.
Laredo
Webb
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Industrial Generating Company (Big Brown Steam Electric Company) Administrative Training
Date on drawings: 1971
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Industrial Generating Company (Big Brown Steam Electric Company)
Project name: Henry S. Jacobus residence. Garage. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Jacobus, Henry S.
5 Willow Wood
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Doris P. Jenkins residence.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Jenkins, Doris P.
Chapel Hill Rd
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Walter F. Joyce Jr. residence.
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Joyce, Walter F., Jr.
9725 Rockbrook Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Kahn furniture designs.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Kahn
Project name: Asher Kahn residence.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Kahn, Asher
Seneca Drive
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Edmund J. Kahn residence.
Date on drawings: 1947
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Kahn, Edmund J.
Drane Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Stephen S. Kahn residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Kahn, Stephen S.
6342 Mercedes
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Radcliff Killam residence.
Date on drawings: 1946-1947
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Killam, Radcliff
Laredo
Webb
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Leo L. Landauer office.
Date on drawings: 1952
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Landauer, Leo L.
Yale Blvd
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Leo L. Landauer residence.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Landauer, Leo L.
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Landman cottage. Alteration.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Landman cottage
Waco
McLennan
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Sidney Lee residence.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Lee, Sidney
4050 Cochran Chapel Rd
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Lester Levy residence.
Date on drawings: 1940
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Levy, Lester
Waco
McLennan
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Leo Levy furniture designs.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Levy, Mrs. Leo
Houston
Harris
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Donald Lewis residence.
Date on drawings: 1940
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Lewis, Donald
Shadywood Lane
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: R.A. Lifson residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1970
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Lifson, R. A.
Project name: Samuel B. Ligon residence.
Date on drawings: 1972
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Ligon, Samuel B.
Forest Park Dr
Richardson
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Ben Lipshy residence.
Date on drawings: 1950-1951
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Lipshy, Ben
Greenway Blvd at Nakoma
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Lester Lorch residence.
Date on drawings: 1938
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Lorch, Lester
North Shore Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Love Field Motel.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Love Field Motel
Mockingbird Lane at Cedar Springs
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Herbert Mallinson apartment.
Date on drawings: 1938
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Mallinson, Herbert
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Maran Mausoleum.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Maran Mausoleum
Project name: Maxine Shop. Storefront. Remodeling.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Maxine Shop
Tyler
Smith
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: D.D. McLarry residence.
Date on drawings: 1940
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
McLarry, D. D.
4433 Belclaire
Highland Park
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Richard H. McLarry residence. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
McLarry, Richard H.
4501 Belfort
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: McMillan Community Center.
Date on drawings: 1979-1980
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
McMillan Community Center
Ladd at Canada Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Howard R. Meyer Offices.
Date on drawings: 1973
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Meyer, Howard R.
2909 Fairmont and 2727 Oaklawn
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Howard R. Meyer residence.
Date on drawings: 1968
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Meyer, Howard R.
4433 Bellclaire Rd, Highland Park
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Mollie Meirowitz residence. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Meirowitz, Mollie
84 Christopher St
New York
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: J. Mussiker residence.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Mussiker, J.
4848 Shadywood Lane
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Raymond D. Asher residence.
Date on drawings: 1963
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Nasher, Raymond D.
4701 Miron Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Roosevelt Island Housing Competition.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
New York State Urban Development Corporation
New York
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: Nogales Building.
Date on drawings: 1964-1965
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Nogales Building
1201 Cherry Lane
Vicksburg
Miss.
U.S.
Project name: Floyd Norman residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Norman, Floyd, Dr.
3512 Southwestern Blvd
Project name: Lynn L. Northrop Jr. residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Northrup, Lynn L., Jr.
9047 Devonshire Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: John O'Boyle residence. Remodelling.
Date on drawings: 1959
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
O'Boyle, John
5007 Seneca Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Levi Olan residence.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Olan, Rabbi and Mrs. Levi
4361 Edmendson
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: John C. Oldham residence.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Oldham, John C.
6026 Mercedes
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Henry A. Pearlstone residence.
Date on drawings: 1938-1939
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Pearlstone, Henry A.
3933 Glenwick, University Park
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Pollack Paper Co. Daniels Building. Remodeling.
Date on drawings: 1938
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Pollack Paper Co.
Commerce at Lamar
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Lawrence Pollock Jr. residence. Addition.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Pollock, Lawrence, Jr.
9427 Holloway Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Rachel Schwab Wessel Religious School. Annex.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Rachel Schwab Wessel Religious School
Shaw at Augusta
Tyler
Smith
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Reba Mallison Wadel Memorial Nursery and Infant Welfare Clinic.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Reba Mallison Wadel Memorial Nursery and Infant Welfare Clinic
2427 Macon
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Red River Arsenal. Warehouse.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Red River Arsenal
Texarkana
Bowie
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Don E. Richmond residence.
Date on drawings: 1967-1968
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Richmond, Don E.
Celestial Rd
Project name: J.E. Roberts residence.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Roberts, J.E.
Project name: Melville S. Rose residence.
Date on drawings: 1938
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Rose, Melville S.
4506 Bordeaux, Highland Park
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Melville S. Rose residence.
Date on drawings: 1941
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Rose, Melville S.
4504 Bordeaux, Highland Park
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Richard Rosenberg residence.
Date on drawings: 1963
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Rosenberg, Richard
4729 San Gabriel Dr
Project name: Helman Rosenthal residence.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Rosenthal, Helman
6107 Woodlawn Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Helman Rosenthal residence. Porch. Remodeling.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Rosenthal, Helman
6107 Woodlawn Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: E.K. Sanger residence.
Date on drawings: 1937
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Sanger, E. K.
Mercedes at Jescott Circle
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Morton Sanger residence.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Sanger, Morton
Preston Downs
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Bernard Schaenen duplex.
Date on drawings: 1941
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Schaenen, Bernard
4520 Westway
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Bernard Schaenen residence.
Date on drawings: 1950
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Schaenen, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
4701 Miron Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Julius Schepps residence.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Schepps, Julius
6229 Worth
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Clifford Seidel residence.
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Seidel, Clifford, Dr.
7114 Currin Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Shearith Israel Congregation religous and educational building.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Shearith Israel Congregation
Douglas Blvd
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Joseph W. Siegel residence.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Siegel, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W.
Amarillo
Potter
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Silverstein bungelow development. Proposed.
Date on drawings: 1935
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Silverstein
Far Rockaway
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: Sam S. Simmons residence.
Date on drawings: 1946
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Simmons, Sam S.
Vicksburg
Miss.
U.S.
Project name: R.M. Snesnik residence. Additions.
Date on drawings: 1954
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Snesnik, R. M.
6825 Joyce Way
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: St. Paul's Lutheran Church (Denton, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1968-1970
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
St. Paul's Lutheran Church (Denton, Tex.)
703 North Elm
Denton
Denton
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Winston Park.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
St. Petersburg Corporation
8301 4th St
St. Petersburg
Fla.
U.S.
Project name: Gus Stern duplex.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Stern, Gus
3829 Northwest Parkway
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Stevens Hotel.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Stevens Hotel
Project name: Melrose Hotel. Apartment 601-602. Remodeling.
Date on drawings: 1940
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Stinnette, Mrs. Annabelle
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Robert Strauss residence.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Strauss, Robert
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Landman Teller residence.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Teller, Landman
Vicksburg
Miss.
U.S.
Project name: Landman Teller residence.
Date on drawings: 1968
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Teller, Landman
Vicksburg
Miss.
U.S.
Project name: Landman Teller residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1946-1947
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Teller, Landman
Vicksburg
Miss.
U.S.
Project name: Landman Teller residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Teller, Landman
Vicksburg
Miss.
U.S.
Project name: Temple Beth El (Tyler, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1938
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Temple Beth El (Tyler, Tex.)
Shaw at Augusta
Tyler
Smith
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Temple Beth El (Tyler, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Temple Beth El (Tyler, Tex.)
Shaw at Augusta
Tyler
Smith
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Temple Emanu-el (Dallas, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Temple Emanu-el (Dallas, Tex.)
8500 Hillcrest
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Temple Emanu-el (Dallas, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1973
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Temple Emanu-el (Dallas, Tex.)
8500 Hillcrest
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Temple Emanu-el (Dallas, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1976
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Temple Emanu-el (Dallas, Tex.)
8500 Hillcrest
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Dallas House exhibit for the Second Annual Convention.
Date on drawings: 1941
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
The Texas Society of Architects
Project name: Tiferet Israel Synagogue.
Date on drawings: 1938
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Tiferet Israel Synagogue
Grand at Edgewood
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Milton Tobian residence.
Date on drawings: 1956-1956
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Tobian, Milton
9612 Rockbrook Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Turtle Creek Village.
Date on drawings: 1960
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Turtle Creek Village
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Unidentified apartment building (Dallas, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1956
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
3535 Turtle Creek
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Unidentified apartment building (Dallas, Tex.)
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
3535 Turtle Creek
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Unidentified apartment building (Dallas, Tex.)
Date on drawings: 1963
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
3535 Turtle Creek
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Unidentified church.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer?
Project name: Unidentified church project.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: Unidentified furniture designs.
Date on drawings: 1947
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: Unidentified furniture designs.
Date on drawings: 1948
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: Unidentified furniture designs.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: Unidentified gas station project.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: Unidentified office building (Dallas, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1957
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
2905-2909-2913 Fairmount
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Unidentified office building (Dallas, Tex.). Addition.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
2727 Oak Lawn
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Unidentified portrait. Charcoal sketches.
Date on drawings: 1916-1917
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Project name: Unidentified Roadside Mart West Mountain Mission.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
West Mountain Mission?
Project name: Unidentified second story (New York, N.Y.). Alteration.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
1545 Third Ave.
New York
N.Y.
U.S.
Project name: Unidentified store and office building (Dallas, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: United States Air Force Base. Title VIII Family Housing.
Date on drawings: 1955
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
United States Air Force
Laredo
Webb
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: United States Air Force. Bergstrom Base. Housing units (14).
Date on drawings: 1967-1968
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer?
United States Air Force
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: United States Air Force. James Connally Base. Officers' Quarters.
Date on drawings: 1963
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
United States Air Force
Waco
McLennan
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: United States Army Base. Fort Hood. Three-Hundred-Man Bachelor Officers' Quarters.
Date on drawings: 1964
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
United States Army
Killeen
Bell
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: United States Army Base. Fort Hood. Two-Hundred-Man high Bachelor Officers' Quarters.
Date on drawings: 1965
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
United States Army
Killeen
Bell
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: United States Army Base. Fort Wolters. Instrument Training Building.
Date on drawings: 1967
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
United States Army
Mineral Wells
Palo Pinto
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: United States Office of Economic Opportunity Women's Job Corp Center.
Date on drawings: 1966-1967
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
United States Office of Economic Opportunity
McKinney
Collin
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: United States Post Office and Federal Office Building (Rockwall, Tex.).
Date on drawings: 1967
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
United States Post Office and Federal Office Building (Rockwall, Tex.)
Rockwall
Rockwall
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: United States Post Office (Corsicana, Tex.). Extension and Modernization.
Date on drawings: 1965-1966
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
United States Post Office (Corsicana, Tex.).
12th St at 6th Ave
Corsicana
Navarro
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: United States Works Progress Administration (WPA) park improvements projects.
Date on drawings: 1936
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
United States Works Progress Administration (WPA)
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: University of Texas. Research office building.
Date on drawings: 1965-1966
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer?
Collaborators: Brooks, Barr, Graeber and White, assoc. architects
University of Texas
Austin
Travis
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Valley Dry Goods Company building.
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Valley Dry Goods Company
Vicksburg
Miss.
U.S.
Project name: Morris Wein table and buffet design.
Date on drawings: 1930
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Wein, Morris, Dr.
Project name: Well Made Novelty Company Offices. Alterations.
Date on drawings: 1949
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Well Made Novelty Company
608 Elm
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Alfred A. West residence.
Date on drawings: 1951
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
West, Alfred A.
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Jeri Clayton West residence.
Date on drawings: 1962
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
West, Jeri Clayton
Woody Creek
Pitkin
Colo.
U.S.
Project name: White Rock Lake Bath House.
Date on drawings: 1979
Primary archt/firm: Meyer, Landry and Landry, architects
White Rock Lake Bath House
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: WIndy Hill Farm Project.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Windy Hill Farm Project
Lexington
Ky.
U.S.
Project name: Jack I. Wolf residence. Addition.
Date on drawings: 1953
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Wolf, Jack I., Dr.
4041 Lawther Dr
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Melrose Hotel. Apartment 601. Remodeling.
Date on drawings: 1958
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Wood, C. G.
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Morris Zale residence.
Date on drawings: 1947
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Zale, Morris
4400 Rheims Place
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: Morris Zale residence.
Date on drawings: 1948-1949
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Zale, Morris
4400 Rheims Place
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: William Zale residence.
Date on drawings: 1939
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Zale, William
Beverly Dr at Douglas
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.
Project name: William Zale residence. Additions.
Date on drawings: nd
Primary archt/firm: Howard R. Meyer
Zale, William
Beverly Drive at Douglas
Dallas
Dallas
Tex.
U.S.

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Series H: Exhibit Material and Models, undated

Series Abstract
This series includes exhibit material and models used by Meyer.
Exhibit material on masonite.
1st Presbyterian Church, Denton [TX] (not built to this design), model by Joel Sanders.

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