Beverly Nelson

BEVERLY NELSON (1891-1954)

Born: Salem, Virginia
Training: Apprenticeship
Oklahoma License: 1925-1926
Tulsa Practice: 1916-1926

PARTNERSHIPS

McDonnell & Nelson, 1916-1926 (John V. McDonnell)

BUILDINGS

  • Junior League Tea Room (114 East 5th Bidg.), between Boston and Cincinnati (1924, McDonnell & Nelson)
  • T Pierce Pennant Gas Station and Hotel, south side 11th between Garnett and 129th East Avenue (1926)
  • Irish Cottage, 1217 East 21st (McDonnell & Nelson)
  • Cleary Residence, 1224 East 19th (McDonnell & Nelson)
  • W. W. Heard Residence, 1325 East 31st (McDonnell & Nelson)
  • Joe Washington Residence, 1225 East 5 th (McDonnell & Nelson )
  • Clark Rainey Residence, 2718 Riverside Drive (McDonnell & Nelson)
  • Greg Morton Residence, 2161 South Owasso (McDonnell & Nelson)
  • During and after WWII, Nelson was the Official State Department Architect in charge of all American buildings in Europe.