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ARTHUR M. ATKINSON, AIA (1891-1949)

Born: Kansas City, Missouri
Training: Apprenticeship
Oklahoma License: 1925-1949
Tulsa Practice: 1916-1949

Atkinson became a registered professional engineer when the registration law went into effect in Oklahoma in 1925.

PARTNERSHIPS

  • Schumaker, Atkinson & Olston, 1920-1921 (William A. Schumaker, Frank Olston)
  • Atkinson & Olston, 1921-1924  (F.M. Olston)
  • Atkinson & Murray, 1948-1949 (David G. Murray)

BUILDINGS

  • Thompson Building, SW Corner of 5th & Boston (1921, Atkinson & Olston)
  • Vandever Building, South side of 5th Street between Main & Boston (1924, Atkinson & Olston)
  • Seidenbach Store Buidling, East side of Main between 3rd & 4th (1926)*
  • Medical Arts Building, SW corner of 6th & Boulder (1927)*
  • Oklahoma Natural Gas Building, NW corner of 7th & Boston (1928)
  • Court Arcade Buidling, NW corner of 6th & Boulder (1928)*
  • Public Service Company Service Building (Transok Pipeline Company Building), SW corner of 6th & Main (1929)
  • National Guard Armory, Tulsa State Fairgrounds (1941)
  • Lorton Hall, University of Tulsa (1948)
  • Carter Oil (Research Facility), North Lewis at Frisco Tracks. (Source: TT 8/10/40, TFA file)