Charles Dilbeck was a prolific architect, much loved and currently featured at the Meadows Museum's architecture exhibit Crafting Traditions. This four-bedroom Dilbeck home across the street from Williams Park was designed in 1934 next to another architectural masterpiece, the home designed by David Williams for the mayor of University Park in 1932. Having the best work of Charles Dilbeck and David Williams side by side allows these architectural landmarks to define this period of Dallas and the architectural legacy of each other. Charles Dilbeck introduced indigenous Texas design and materials to Dallas architecture, the same years as David Williams.
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