Tax Research Association of Houston and Harris County, special newsletter, announcing County Commisioners requesting additional funding for domed stadium, Houston, Texas
Tax Research Association of Houston and Harris County
The Astrodome was the world's first domed sports stadium, located in Houston, Texas. It was designed by the architecture firms of Hermon Lloyd & W. B. Morgan, and Wilson, Morris, Crain and Anderson. It was completed in November 1964. Arthur E. Jones, a 1947 Rice University graduate, joined the Houston firm of Lloyd and Morgan that year, and became partner in 1961. Jones participated in the design of the Astrodome.