Alamo Elementary School
Residence for Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Allen
Almeda Court Apartments
||Barker Brothers Studio
1901 Binz Ave.
1837 Branard St.
Brazoria County Courthouse
A.C. Burton Chrysler Sales and Service
Byrd's Department Store
||Cameron Iron Works
Chambers County Courthouse
Residence for Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Childress
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
City National Bank Building
Clarke & Courts Printing & Lithography Co.
Coca-Cola Bottling Plant
Congregation Beth Yeshurun Educational Building
||Dahlgren's Cabinet Shop
Empire Room, Rice Hotel
Ezekiel W. Cullen Building, University of Houston
||1326 Fairview St.
First National Bank of Beaumont
First National Bank of Goose Creek
Ford Motor Co. Building
||Galveston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade
Galveston Post Office, Custom House and Courthouse
Garden Oaks Theater
Golden Girl Restaurant (Captain John's Seafood Restaurant)
Goose Creek Federal Building and Post Office
Gribble Stamp & Stencil Co.
||Hamman Exploration Co.
Hawthorne & McGee Service Station
Residence for Harvey R. Houck Jr.
Houston Building and Loan Association
Houston Casket Company
Houston Fire Station No. 11
Houston Lighting & Power Co. Eastside Substation
Houston Municipal Airport Hangar
Houston Municipal Airport Terminal
Houston Turn-Verein Clubhouse
Residence for Dr. and Mrs. Lynn G. Howell
Hughes Tool Company, Inc.
Humble Oil & Refining Co. Filling Station Nos. 179 and 157
||J.C. Parks Building
James Coney Island No. 26
Jefferson County Courthouse
Jefferson Davis Hospital
||Residence for F.M. Kannenstine
Knapp Chevrolet Co.
Kroger Signature Store No. 355
Krupp & Tuffly
||Lamar-River Oaks Community Center
Levy Bros. Dry Goods/Chamber of Commerce Building
1801 Lexington St.
Liberty County Courthouse
Lone Star Creamery Co.
Residence for Mr. and Mrs. John Lroy
Medical Arts Building
Mellie Esperson Building
Merchants & Manufacturers Building
Minimax Store No. 1
Minimax Store No. 2
Mirabeau B. Lamar Senior High School
Monarch Cleaners and Launderers
Montrose Townhouse Lofts
North Main Theater
||Odd Fellows Hall, Baytown
Oil & Gas Building
Orange County Courthouse
||Parker Bros. & Co. Building
Peden Co. Building
Pennington Buick Co.
Public School Stadium (Robertson Stadium, University of Houston)
||Ralph Rupley Furs
River Oaks Community Center
River Oaks Community Center expansion
River Oaks Theater
Roy and Lillie Cullen Building, Baylor College of Medicine
Roy G. Cullen Memorial Building, University of Houston
||St. Joseph Catholic Church
St. Joseph Hospital Maternity and Children's Building
Sakowitz Bros. (1929)
Sakowitz Bros. (1951)
Sam Houston Coliseum and Music Hall
5507-5515 San Jacinto St.
San Jacinto Monument
Santa Fe Building
Santa Rosa Theater
Science Building, University of Houston
Sears, Roebuck & Co. (1929)
Sears, Roebuck & Co. (1939)
Settegast Estate Building
Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist
The Smart Shop
South County Office Building
Stephen F. Austin Junior High School
Sterling Laundry & Cleaning Co.
||Temple of Rest
Tower Community Center
Town House Arms Apartments
333 20th Street Building
||U.S. Appraisers Stores
U.S. Post Office Franklin Station and Federal Office Building
University State Bank
||Webster High School
Wehring's Grocery and Market
Weiner's Dry Goods Store No. 12
Weingarten's Big Food Market Nos. 14, 16 and 21
Office of Hugh C. Welch, M.D.
1714 W. Alabama St.
White House Dry Goods Co.
Wilshire Village Apartments
Windsor Court Apartments
||1102-1106 Yale Street
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Houston Architectural Survey, Volumes 1-6. City of Houston, 1980, 1981.
Houston Gargoyle Magazine. Various issues, 1927-1932.
Papademetriou, Peter C., ed. Houston: An Architectural Guide. American Institute of Architects/Houston Chapter, 1972.
Schmidt, Yolita. “The Moderne Style in Architecture: A Houston Guide.” City! Our Urban Past, Present and Future. Houston Public Library, 1978.
Texas General Contractors Association Monthly Bulletin. Various issues, 1922-1937.
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Alfred C. Finn: Builder of Houston. Houston Public Library, 1983.
Special thanks to:
Joel Draut, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library
Stephen Fox, The Anchorage Foundation
Jeffrey Mills, The Documentary Alliance
Ann and Jimmy Parsons