Buckhead's Architectural Inheritance--Frazier & Bodin and William Monroe.wmv
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Tucker & Howell was the Atlanta architectural firm of McKendree Tucker and Albert Howell. McKendree Tucker was born in 1896 in Bartow, Florida and was a pilot in World War I. In 1919 graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology and went to work for the firm of Hentz, Reid & Adler. In the late 1920s Tucker formed a partnership with Albert Howell. Howell was born in 1904. His father was Atlanta Constitution editor Clark Howell. The team specialized in theater design. Tucker died in 1972 and Howell died in 1974. The firm partnered with sculptor Julian Hoke Harris on several projects.