July 15, 2009

Gulf Coast Deco VII

gulf building
gulf building
The Gulf Building, c. 1929
architect: Alfred C. Finn
City of Houston Historic Landmark
National Register of Historic Places

wilson stationary & printing co.
Wilson Stationary & Printing Co. Building, c. 1932
architect: William Ward Watkin

byrd's department store
Byrd's Department Store, c. 1934
architect: Joseph Finger
City of Houston Historic Landmark
National Register of Historic Places

mirabeau b. lamar senior high school
mirabeau b. lamar senior high school entrance
mirabeau b. lamar senior high school auditorium
mirabeau b. lamar senior high school auditorium frieze
Mirabeau B. Lamar Senior High School, c. 1937

parker bros. & co. building
Parker Bros. & Co. Building, c. 1939
architect: Joseph Finger

city hall
city hall
city hall
city hall
City Hall, c. 1939
architect: Joseph Finger
City of Houston Protected Landmark
National Register of Historic Places

ford motor co. building
Ford Motor Co. Building, c. 1947

lamar-river oaks community center
lamar-river oaks community center
lamar-river oaks community center
Lamar-River Oaks Community Center, c. 1948

apartments
apartments
Apartments, c. 1950


  • Gulf Coast Deco
  • Gulf Coast Deco II
  • Gulf Coast Deco III
  • Gulf Coast Deco IV
  • Gulf Coast Deco V
  • Gulf Coast Deco VI
  • Gulf Coast Deco VIII
  • Gulf Coast Deco IX
  • Gulf Coast Deco X
  • 2 comments:

    artdecobuildings said...

    Another great instalment on your Houston Deco series. I love it, keep them coming.
    Cheers,
    David

    Chris said...

    Thank you, David! I do my best. The next one will focus on the Galveston, Texas, area (basically south Houston now).