Asbury Endacott

ASBURY ENDACOTT, AIA (1887-1944)

Born: Eudora, Kansas
Training: Attended Kansas State A&M (Kansas State University), Manhattan, Kansas
Oklahoma License: 1925-1934
Tulsa Practice: 1913-1934

PARTNERSHIPS

  • Rush, Endacott & Rush, 1915-1929 (W. Rush, E. A. Rush)
  • Rush, Endacott & Goff, 1929-1930 (W. Rush, Bruce Goff)
  • Endacott & Goff, 1930-1934 (Bruce Goff)

BUILDINGS

  • Wright Building, northeast corner 3rd and Boulder (1917, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
  • Tulsa Municipal Building (Old City Hall southwest corner 4th and Cincinnati (1917, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
  • First National Bank Building (Reunion Center), northeast corner 4th and Main (1919, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
  • Atlas Life Building, east side of Boston between 4th and 5th (1922, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
  • Tulsa Club Building, northwest corner 5th and Cincinnati (1927, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
  • Page Warehouse, southeast corner 13th and Elgin (1927, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
  • Guaranty Laundry, southeast corner llth and South Xanthus Place (1928, Rush Endacott & Rush)
  • Boston Avenue Methodist Church, 13th and Boston (1929, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
  • Riverside Studio (Spotlight Theater), northeast corner 14th and Riverside Drive (1928 Rush, Endacott & Goff)
  • Midwest Equitable Meter Company (Natco Building), 3130 Charles Page Boulevard (1929, Rush, Endacott and Goff)
  • Merchant’s Exhibit Building, Tulsa St. Fairgrounds (1930, Endacott & Goff)
  • Endacott was a structural engineer and served on the State Architectural Board (1925-1936). He designed the water and sewer plants at Mohawk Park. He did the original structural drawings for the tower at Boston Avenue Methodist Church. Endacott had a major part in the structural design of the old Skelly Building, Chamber of Commerce Building and the Standard Parts Building. The Tulsa Municipal Building and the First National Bank Building (Reunion Center) are on the National Register of Historic Places.