Frederic K. HoustonBorn: 1936
Frederic Houston was a Buffalo architect and instructor of architecture at the University at Buffalo. A partner in the architectural firm of Hamilton, Houston and Lownie, his work included an addition to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, restoration of Trinity Church and St. Paul's Cathedral and the design of Knox Lecture Hall and Bonner Hall on UB's North Campus.
- Anderson, Dale. "Frederic K. Houston, 84, modernist architect engaged on many preservation projects." Buffalo News, December 19, 2020.
- Frederic K. Houston curriculum vitae, July 1989
Affiliation(s): Architecture and Planning
Record Group(s): 44
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