- Main contributors
Zemanek, John; Peters, Patrick; Essinger, Catherine
John Zemanek interviewed by Patrick Peters and Catherine Essinger. Zemanek discusses his background. He mentions his residences at Pierce and Pierce; 1723 Colquitt Street, 1117 Peden Street, and the corner of Bomar and Van Buren Street. Additional keywords: Buildings--Texas, World War, 1939-1945, Korean War, 1950-1953, Astrodome (Houston, Tex.), Architectural firms, Lend-Lease Act, Texas Society of Architects Award, Foley's Department Store Building, 1110 Main Street, Houston, Texas, Houston Lighting and Power Building, Progressive Architecture Magazine, Three H Service Center, Bordersville Center, Hope Youth Center, Design with Climate, Texas A & M University, University of Texas, Harvard University, Raymond, Antonin, 1888-1976, Perkins, G. Holmes (George Holmes), Franzheim, Kenneth, 1890-1959, University of Houston, Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959, Caudill, William Wayne, Olgyay, Victor, 1910-, Hermon Lloyd, W. B. Morgan, Buxton, Fred, Wilson, Morris, and Crane.
Architecture; City planning; Historic buildings; Teaching; U.S. Air Force
- Time period
World War II, 1939-1945
Houston, Texas; Karachi, Pakistan
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- In Copyright - Educational Use Permitted
William R. Jenkins Architecture, Design & Art Library
- Other Identifier
Preservation Location: ark:/84475/pm79182m632
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