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This profile was last updated on 11/24/11  and contains information from public web pages.

John Duncan Forsyth

Wrong John Duncan Forsyth?

Architect, Contractor

C.M. Dunning Construction Company
 
Background

Employment History

  • Engineer
    ULSD Project
  • Architect
    Memorial
  • Architect
8 Total References
Web References
Architect: John Duncan ...
www.bps-ok.org, 24 Nov 2011 [cached]
Architect: John Duncan Forsyth Contractor: C.M. Dunning Construction Company
Cemeteries in Tulsa, OK
www.funeraldecisions.com, 25 Mar 2012 [cached]
The tour will highlight the buildings of architect John Duncan Forsyth, a prominent and popular Scottish architect of the 1920s. Holly Corporation Selects Engineer for ULSD Project in Oklahoma, an Industrial Info News Alert (Marketwire)
Veto put Memorial back in hands of Oklahomans
www.willrogers.com, 12 Dec 2008 [cached]
Others present were from left), Dr. Jesse C. Bushyhead, a cousin of Rogers and member of the state and national Will Rogers Memorial Commissions; John Duncan Forsyth, architect of the Memorial; H. E. Chandler of Miami, a member of the state commission; John H. Kane of Bartlesville; contractor W. R. Grimshaw of Tulsa; Robert H. Sibley of Pryor, state commission member; and Morton R. Harrison, Claremore hotelier and secretary of the state commission.
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Architect John Duncan Forsyth, who had designed Gov.
bhsok.org: Facility History
www.bps-ok.org, 20 Sept 2012 [cached]
The architect, John Duncan Forsyth, designed the building in the Streamline Moderne style, a late variant of Art Deco which peaked around this time and was commonly used in schools built with PWA funds. Forsyth had used the same style in his 1937 residence at 29th and Birmingham in Tulsa. Forsyth also was one of the architects for the 1937 PWA Moderne style Daniel Webster High School in Tulsa, which had many of the same interior architectural elements as College High. Forsyth was also the lead architect for the magnificent Marland Mansion built in Ponca City from 1925-1928.
The architect, John Duncan ...
www.bps-ok.org, 24 Nov 2011 [cached]
The architect, John Duncan Forsyth, designed the building in the Streamline Moderne style, a late variant of Art Deco which peaked around this time. Forsyth had used the same style in his 1937 residence at 29th and Birmingham in Tulsa. Forsyth also was one of the architects for the 1937 Art Deco style Daniel Webster High School in Tulsa, which has many of the same interior architectural elements as BHS. Forsyth was also the lead architect for the magnificent Marland Mansion built in Ponca City from 1925-1928.
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