Joseph Koberling

JOSEPH R. KOBERLING, JR., AIA (1900-1991)

Born: Budapest, Hungary
Training: Armour Institute, Chicago, Illinois, B.A. Architecture, 1925
Oklahoma License: 1928-91
Tulsa Practice: 1925-91

PARTNERSHIPS

  • Redlich & Koberling, 1929-1931 (F. W. Redlich)
  • Fleming & Koberling 1933-1937 (Noble B, Fleming)
  • Koberling & Brandborg, 1946-1956 (Lennart Brandborg)

BUILDINGS

  • Medical Arts Building, southwest corner 6th & Boulder (1927, M. Atkinson, Architect; J. R. Koberling, Designer)*
  • Genet Building (American Airlines Building) west side Boston between 9th & 10th (1930, N. Fleming, Architect; J. R. Koberling, Jr Designer)*
  • Public Service Company Building (Transok Pipeline Company Building ) southwest comer 6th & Main (1929, A. M. Atkinson, Architect; J. R. Koberling, Designer)
  • Palace Theater, Main between 1st & 2nd (1935, remodel)*
  • City Veterinary Clinic, northwest corner 36th & Peoria (1942)
  • Chamber of Commerce Building, southwest corner 6th & Boston (1951, Koberling & Brandborg)
  • Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital, east side Jackson between 9th & 11th (1953)
  • Tulsa City County Library, southwest corner 4th & Denver (1965, J.R. Koberling and Charles W. Ward, Associated Architects)
  • Blue Jacket High School, Blue Jacket, Oklahoma (1935, remodel, Fleming & Koberling)
  • Will Rogers High School, 3909 East 5th Place (1938, J. R. Koberling and L. B. Senter, Associated Architects; A. M. Atkinson, Supervising Architect)
  • McGay Residence, 1551 South Yorktown Place
  • J. S. Childs Residence, 1600 South Madison
  • Tribune House of Progress, 2131 East 21st Street

*demolished