With his work for the Masons, the University of Texas, and various institutions in Dallas, Herbert Miller Greene established himself as an architect of the first rank. Greene was born in Huntington, Pennsylvania in 1871 and after obtaining an architecture degree from the University of Illinois he went on to Dallas to establish the firm Hubbell and Greene. This particular online exhibit grew out of a 2005 in situ exhibit at the University of Texas, and it contains a detailed biography of Greene (along with newspaper articles about his work), along with an "Architectural Legacy" section. In this section, visitors can view the works that he built around the state of Texas, complete with detailed photo galleries and architectural plans. The section also includes a brochure from his firm, along with a list of his projects.


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