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FRED L. KNOBLOCK, AIA (1891-1969)

Born: Stillwater, Indian Territory
Training: Oklahoma A & M (O.S.U.)
Stillwater, Oklahoma, A.B., 1912
Oklahoma License: 1925-1940
Tulsa Practice: 1925-1939

BUILDINGS

  • T. S. Loffland Residence, 3105 South Peoria (F. L. Knoblock and Lawrence Blue, Associated Architects)
  • Commonwealth Company Residences:
  • 1132 East 20th Street
  • 1234 East 24th Street
  • 1247 East 24th Street
  • 1231 East 21st Place
  • 1228 East 21st Place
  • 1223 East 21st Place
  • Knoblock worked for Blair Brothers, People’s Home Corporation and Commonwealth Company in Tulsa. He left Tulsa in 1939 for Washington D.C. where he became Chief of the Architectural Engineering Branch of the G.S.A. and was responsible for the production of architectural specifications for all of the federal buildings erected by the G.S.A. He was associated with a group of architects who remodeled the White House during the Truman administration.