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Wyatt C. Hedrick

Wyatt Cephus Hedrick
Born December 17, 1888
Chatham, Virginia
Died May 5, 1964 (age 75)
Houston, Texas
Nationality American
Alma mater Roanoke College
Washington and Lee University
Occupation Architect
Practice Wyatt Hedrick & Co.
Buildings Administration Building
Eudora Welty House
Shamrock Hotel
Projects Texas and Pacific Terminal Complex
Will Rogers Memorial Center
1936 — Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth, Texas

Wyatt Cephus Hedrick (December 17, 1888, in Chatham, Virginia - May 5, 1964, in Houston, Harris County, Texas) was an American architect, engineer, and developer most active in Texas and the American South.

In 1922, Hedrick began his work as an architect in Fort Worth, Texas, and three years later opened his own office. He was responsible for many of the tallest buildings in Fort Worth, and several of his works are included on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1918 he married Pauline Stripling. In 1925, he married Mildred Sterling, and in 1931 his father-in-law, Ross S. Sterling, became governor of Texas.

Hedrick worked mainly in a stripped-down classical style. With his extensive university and government work, at one time his firm was the third-largest in the United States.

Hedrick is also known for his 8 Texas courthouses, all of which are still standing. They include: Austin County, Brazoria County, Coke County, Coleman County, Comanche, County, Kent County, Motley County, and Yoakum County.

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External links

  • Texas Courthouses on Texas Escapes.com
  • Biography from Texas Handbook Online
  • Liles,Deborah M., WYATT CEPHAS HEDRICK: BUILDER OF CITIES (Master Thesis), University of North Texas
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