Howard Raymond Meyer, FAIA
1903 – 1988
  1903 Born February 17 in New York City
Parents - Emile and Estelle ( Freund ) Meyer
  1926 Works for William Lescaze, Architect
  1928 Graduated from Columbia University
Bachelor of Architecture
  1928 Married Schon Landman on October 16 ( one son )
One year trip to Europe; meets Le Corbusier
  1929 Works for Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, Architect
and Thompson & Churchill Architects
  1932 Establishes practice with Morris B. Saunders
  1935 Moved to Dallas, Texas
Establishes practice as Howard Meyer, Architect
  1937 Sanger Residence completed
  1939 Zale Residence completed
  1949 Storey Residence completed
Meyer serves as Secretary, Dallas Chapter, AIA
  1950 Lipshy Residence completed
  1950 3525 Turtle Creek Boulevard completed
  1953 Hexter Title and Abstract Building completed
  1957 Temple Emanu-El completed; collaboration with Max Sandfield,
William W. Wurster, Gyorgy Kepes, Anni Albers et al
Meyer receives Fellowship in American Institute of Architects
  1959 Temple Emanu-El receives national AIA Award of Merit
  1964 Juror, National Public Housing Administration Awards
  1968-69 Serves on Greater Dallas Planning Council
  1970 IGC Administrative Training Building completed
  1983 Clark / Lipshy Residence Restoration completed
  1987 Archives transferred to Alexander Archives, UT Austin
by Howard Meyer
  1988 Meyer dies of heart attack in Dallas, January 10
  1991 Temple Emanu-El receives Dallas AIA 25-Year Award