Here are some Howard Meyer buildings in Denton Texas. I got the addresses
from the Preservation
Dallas Howard Meyer tour booklet. Some of the dates are confusing.
The dates on the list show that several years were spent on each project.
Denton County Teachers Credit Union 1962-64, 212 W. Sycamore, Denton
I think this
might be the original credit union building. It didn't appear to be in use
by the credit union at the time I took this photo in May of 2003.
Here is a photo
of the back, north side, of the building.
Teachers Credit Union 1973-77, 225 W. Mulberry St, Denton Tx.
The larger credit union building has a flat roof, exposed beams and large
First Presbyterian Church, 1962-67, 1114 W. University, Denton Tx.
On my first
visit to this church in 2003 I saw the plaque in the foyer of the main sanctuary
which had an earlier date on it than the Preservation Dallas brochure listed.
At that time I inquired with a lady in the office about the building but
she didn't know any history of the church. I had some question about the
date but later in 2008 I went back by the church and talked with an elderly
gentleman with the church who told me that he remembered when Howard Meyer
was hired to design the building. He said that the entire church except
the addition in the back was designed by Mr. Meyer.
Church front of santuary
glass walls at the front of the sanctuary are absolutely beautiful from
the inside of the building. The two walls of glass give a transparent and
airy feel to the whole front of the sanctuary of the church. Notice the
Lutheran Church, 1968-70, 703 North Elm, Denton Tx.
This building has more of a 1970s modern look with it's large ramp-like