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Texas Mid-Century Modern Office Buildings (page 3)

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office building
Odessa, TX
This office building was built in 1960. The back of the building (third photo above) has the same design as the front. The sign was built for the small boxy building next door but I'll include it here anyway. [map]

Ector County Courthouse
Odessa, TX
The Ector County Courthouse was built in 1964. It was built around its 1938 predecessor. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Texas Electric Service Company (TESCO)
Odessa, TX
The Texas Electric Service Company (TESCO) building was designed by Peters & Fields and built in 1964. It now houses Nurses Unlimited. [map]

Lamar State College Business Office
Port Arthur, TX
The Lamar State College Business Office building appears to be from the 1960s. [map]

Collins Radio Company
Richardson, TX
Halff Associates
Richardson, TX
The Collins Radio Company was founded in 1933 in Cedar Rapids, IA. The company built this location from 1957-1958. The company was later known as Rockwell Collins. Around 1966, this round tower was built as part of an expansion. The buildings now house the PCI Health Training Center. [map]

The Halff Associates building appears to be from the 1960s or 1970s. [map]

dentist office
Richardson, TX
This dentist office was designed by Pierce, Norris, Pace & Associates. It was built in 1965. This photo is from 2020. In 2021, the building was sold and repainted. It now houses The Stegich Group, a real estate office. [map]

Galaxy Fiber Optics
Richardson, TX
The Galaxy Fiber Optics building appears to be from the 1960s or 1970s. It housed a Hewlett-Packard Service Center by 1975 and might have been used by that company originally. [map]

Continental Building
San Antonio, TX
The Continental Building was built in 1963. It appeared to be vacant when these photos were taken in 2011. [map]

24th Street Dental Care
San Antonio, TX
The 24th Street Dental Care building was a medical office in the late 1960s. The building appears to be from the 1960s. [map]

Dixie Form & Steel Company
San Antonio, TX

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The Dixie Form & Steel Company building was designed by Marmon Mok and built in 1963. The building housed the NCOA (Non-Commissioned Officers Association) from around 1973 until 2009. That occupant added NCOA letters to the facade. The building now houses the Kingdom Life Christian Ministries. The church replaced the NCOA letters with KLCM. The building was repainted in 2017. For more, see these this website. [map]