John F. Staub
- Main contributors
Staub, John F.; American Institute of Architects. Houston Chapter; Rick, Robert; Freeman, John
John Staub discusses with Robert Rick his influences growing up, his architectural practice with a focus on his residential work and select commercial projects. Additional keywords: The Architecture of John F. Staub, Federal Office Building and U.S. Courthouse (Houston, Tex.), Real estate investment, Moore, Harvin C., 1905-, Fondren Library, Texas Memorial Museum, Houston Country Club, Carter, Amon Giles, 1879-1955, Cullen, Hugh Roy, 1881-1957, Lindeberg, H. T. (Harrie Thomas), 1879-, Hamman, John, 1879-1966, Jones, Jesse H. (Jesse Holman), 1874-1956, Neal, J. Robert (James Robert), 1894-1939, Cret, Paul Philippe, 1876-1945, Urschel, Charles F., 1890-1970, Junior League of Houston, Briscoe, Birdsall Parmenas, 1876-1971, Thomas, Albert, 1898-1966, Hedrick, Wyatt Cephas, 1888-1964, BarberMcMurry Architects (Knoxville, TN), Rather, Thomas, Carter, Nenetta Wiess, Cullen, Lillie Cranz, Adler, Abraham M., American Institute of Architects. Gulf State District, American Institute of Architects. Jury of Fellows, University of Texas at Austin. Architecture.
Architecture; Historic buildings; Cullen House; Crabb House; Farish House; Womack House; Neal House; Peterkin House; Vandenberge House; Means House; Slick House; Dudley House; Welder House; Magnolia Hill House; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Jones Penthouse (Lamar Hotel); Staub, Anna Cornelia Fanz
Houston, Texas; Riverside, Houston; Shadyside, Houston (Neighborhood)
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William R. Jenkins Architecture, Design & Art Library
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Digital Object: https://id.lib.uh.edu/ark:/84475/do8259c7375; Preservation Location: ark:/84475/pm112683742
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