Example of homes architect John Scudder Adkins designed.
Beautiful Residence Designed by John Scudder Adkins
In 1929 Colonel Alvin and Mrs. Lucy Ball Owsley built one of the most important homes in Dallas. They retained John Scudder Adkins of Cincinnati, Ohio, to design this neo-classical... See More on 6801 Turtle Creek Boulevard, University Park, Texas
Thoughts on the Contributions of Architect John Scudder Adkins
John Scudder Adkins, who officed out of Cincinnati, Ohio, designed in 1939 a magnificent neoclassical limestone residence in the tradition of McKim, Mead, and White, at 6801 Turtle Creek for Al and Lucy Ball Owsley.
John Scudder Adkins also built the William H. Ball house and Ball Hospital nurses residence in Muncy, Indiana, and in Cincinnati, Ohio, he designed the Grace Episcopal Church, the Second National Bank and the city athletic club. In Frankfort, Kentucky, he designed the governor's mansion.