2 folders+ 13 35 mm. slides (photographs) and 2 prints (photographs)
Mixed archival materials
United States of America, Texas, Dallas
McCullough Garden (Dallas, Texas)
McCollough Garden in Dallas, Texas is located in Highland Park across the street from the Town Hall with views of its historic tower. The garden was designed by landscape architect, Charles J. Stick of Charlottesville, Virginia in 2004. Stick designed a classical garden around the historic home designed by Hal Thompson and built in 1916. The home was renovated in 1945 and 1993 by John Astin Perkins and Wilson Fuqua, respectively. Garden features include an entry courtyard garden with a stone-paved walkway, a parterre garden, a boxwood lined pathway leading to an armillary sundial, a knot garden and a pool garden. The grounds are bordered by seventy-year old oak trees.
Persons associated with this property include: Hal Thompson (architect, 1916); John Astin Perkins (architect, 1945); Wilson Fuqua (architect, 1993); Charles J. Stick (landscape architect, 2004); Larry Hart (former owner, 1916-1945); Barron Kidd (former owner, 1945-1967); Lucy and Dwight Hunter (former owner, 1967-1992).
The folder includes an information sheet, a features plan, a slide view plan, a slide list and two magazine articles.
The interior of this home was featured in the "Dallas-Fort Worth Design Guide" magazine in 2001/2002, in "Southern Accents" magazine in August 1997, and in "Great American Suburbs: The Homes of the Park Cities, Dallas" by Virginia Savage McAlester, Willis Cecil Winter and Prudence Mackintosh (2008), p.350-351