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The University of Texas at Austin, Sutton Hall

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Posted May 16, 2017

University of Texas at Austin, Battle Hall

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Posted May 16, 2017

New Haven Public Library

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Posted May 10, 2011

Minnestoa State Capitol

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Posted July 30, 2010

New York County Lawyers’ Association Building

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Posted April 23, 2010

Broadway Chambers Building

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Posted April 23, 2010

Woolworth Building

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Posted April 23, 2010

Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House

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Posted February 19, 2010

, 2008

“Campus Architecture and Planning at The University of Texas”

Written by Larry Speck

From 1910 to 1942, the University of Texas at Austin (UT) built an extraordinary ensemble of buildings, transforming the university’s image from a sleepy, small-town college housed in a hodge-podge of mismatched buildings into a powerful, sophisticated institution whose campus exudes confidence and a memorable identity. During this relatively short time period, a core of 33 buildings was constructed by three different architects of significant distinction: Cass Gilbert (1910-1922), Herbert M. Greene (1910-1922), and Paul Cret (1930-1937).

, 2006

“The Heroic Decades”

Written by Larry Speck

Lawrence Speck is the W. L. Moody, Jr., Centennial Professor in Architecture. He has been a professor in the University of Texas School of Architecture since 1975 and served as its dean from I993 to I999. As a working architect, Speck designed the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport terminal building, the Austin Convention Center, and the Umlauf Sculpture Garden. He has written or co-written a number of books and is preparing a guide to the architecture of the University of Texas campus.