Greene, LaRoche and Dahl (firm)
Greene, LaRoche and Dahl
Firm History Sources
Contributed by the Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas:
In 1922 Herbert Greene was appointed "university architect" for the University of Texas, a post he held for the next ten years. During this time, he designed 10 buildings including the Biology Building (1925), Garrison Hall (1926), and Littlefield Dormitory (1927). After Paul Cret became consulting architect in 1930, his firm was in charge of producing working drawings for an additional 7 buildings on campus. In order to undertake such a large commission, Greene found it necessary to add partners to his firm. Edwin LaRoche became a partner in 1927 and George Dahl was made a partner the following year.
Herbert M. Greene
Edwin Bruce LaRoche
George Leighton Dahl
George L. Dahl, Inc. (firm)
Dahl / Braden / Jones / Chapman, Inc. (firm)
Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas
Greene LaRoche and Dahl: Drawings, 1902-1953
This collection contains selective works from the firm of Greene LaRoche and Dahl, and its predecessor and successor firms, from 1902 through 1953. It comprises 839 architectural drawings representing 65 projects. The vast majority of these projects are from Texas, primarily Dallas, although several out-of-state projects are included.
Among the buildings represented in the collection are: the Neiman-Marcus Buildings in Dallas (1914-1944); Scottish Rite Cathedral in Joplin, Missouri; residences for Hereford (1913) and A.T. Lloyd in Dallas; Texas Centennial Central Exposition (1930s); several buildings for the University of Texas (1920s-1930s); and the Dealey Plaza Memorial (1949) in Dallas. No other archival material is included in this collection.
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