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John Duncan Forsyth, AIA (1886-1963)

Born: Edinburgh, Scotland
Training: Attended Edinburgh College, Scotland; Sorbonne, Paris, France
Oklahoma License: 1925-1963
Tulsa Practice: 1925-1963 


  • Marland Mansion, Ponca City, Oklahoma (1926)
  • Southern Hills Country Club, southeast corner 61st and Lewis (1936, J. D. Forsyth and D. McCormick, Associated Architects)
  • Will Rogers Memorial, Claremore, Oklahoma (1938)
  • Pensacola Dam on Grand River, Mayes County, Oklahoma (1938)
  • All Souls Unitarian Church, northwest corner 30th and Peoria (1957)
  • Webster High School, 1919 West 40th Street (1938, J. D. Forsyth, W. Wolaver, and R. Kerr, Associated Architects; M. Atkinson, Supervising Architect)
  • R. Otis McClintock Residence, 2211 East 41st Street (J. D. Forsyth and D. McCormick, Associated Architects)
  • B. Blair Residence
  • J. E. Mabee Residence, 2121 East 30th Street
  • John C. Mullins Residence, 2105 Forrest Boulevard
  • Howard Whitehill Residence, 7157 South Evanston