Archer Warehouse

The Archer Warehouse is a contributing resource in the Brady Historic District, a commercial and industrial area associated with the network of railroads that influenced land use patterns along late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century transportation networks.

Adams Apartments

The 1928 Minks-Adams Hotel is an excellent example of the Gothic Revival Style in Tulsa’s central business district. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, the building is also notable for its

Metro Tower

National Register nomination and historic tax credit rehabilitation of a Modern Movement high-rise office building in downtown Lubbock. The David S. Castle design was the tallest building in Lubbock when it was completed in 1955.

Yankton U.S. Post Office

Historic tax credit applications for the rehabilitation of the Yankton U.S. Post Office. Completed in 1905, the Classical Revival post office is a contributing resource in the Yankton Historic Commercial District.

Fox Theatre

Kansas Register of Historic Places nomination and historic tax credit rehabilitation of the 1949 Fox Theatre in downtown Atchison, Kansas

Liebstradter Millinery Company Building Exterior

Liebstradter Millinery Company Building

Listed on the National Register in 1979 as part of the Historic Garment District, the Liebstradter Millinery Company Building is now the Mulberry Lofts and has been rehabilitated into apartments.

Tulsa Club

The Art Deco Tulsa Club was constructed in 1927. It was designed by innovative architect Bruce Goff, early in his career during his tenure with Rush Endicott Rush, to house the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce

Exterior of Green Acres

Green Acres (Buchanan County Infirmary)

The last surviving structure of the Buchanan County Poor Farm, the Buchanan County Infirmary was constructed in 191 and is an excellent and rare example of a poor farm facility constructed in the early twentieth