Mark Lemmon

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Mark Lemmon began his architectural career in Dallas after the First World War. Lemmon's career spanned over 50 years, and his style varied in this time, although he generally approached his projects with a historicist style.His work spans from churches and schools to homes and commercial jobs. In addition to the historically significant 3211 Mockingbird Lane home, Lemmon built the Tower Petroleum Building, Woodrow Wilson High School, Highland Park United Methodist Church, Highland Park Presbyterian Church, Fondren Science Building and Perkins Chapel of Southern Methodist University, and the Third Church of Christ Scientist, among many other noteworthy buildings throughout Dallas, Fort Worth, and Austin. Learn more about Mark Lemmon and his works here.

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