Correspondence, photographs and drawings related to architect William Ward Watkin's private practice in Houston, TX, dating from 1914-1950.
Significant projects include the Houston Public Library Building (Julia Ideson Building), F.A. Heitman house, Palmer Chapel, Autry House, Wiess House.

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    Forms part of the Watkin architectural records

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  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston 

    Schlueter, Frank (1920)
  • J. Virgil Scott house, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the J. Virgil Scott house. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • Trinity Church tower, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the Trinity Church tower. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • W.A. Priddie house, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the W.A. Priddie house. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • John G. Logue house, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the John G. Logue house. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • N. T. Masterson house, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the N. T. Masterson house. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the Museum of Fine Arts. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • M. L. Hurwitz house, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the M. L. Hurwitz house. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • Howard Hughes house, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the Howard Hughes house. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • Chemistry Laboratory Rice University, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the Chemistry Laboratory Rice University. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family ...
  • E. W. Gruendler house, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the E. W. Gruendler house. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • F. A. Heitman house, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the F. A. Heitman house. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • Dr. E. M. Armstrong house, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the Dr. E. M. Armstrong house. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, ...
  • South Texas Commercial National Bank, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the South Texas Commercial National Bank. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family ...
  • Harry C. Wiess house, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the Harry C. Wiess house. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • Windward Court apartments, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the Windward Court apartments. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, ...
  • Houston Public Library, Houston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the Houston Public Library. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...
  • YWCA, Galveston, Texas 

    (1940)
    Black and white photograph of the YWCA, Galveston, Texas. William Ward Watkin was the supervising architect for the construction of the Rice Institute, and he founded the Department of Architecture for the Institute. He had a distinguished career as an architect in private practice as well, and his papers include materials on his family life, private ...

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