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Architect

Edwin Winford Carroll, American architect. President Texas Architectural Foundation, 1958-1959, 78-79; member Texas Western College Mission 1973. Fellow American Institute of Architects (chairman national border planning committee 1964-1966); member Texas Society Architects (president 1954, Pitts award 1983), Sociedad de Arquitectos Mexicanos (honorary), University Texas Ex-Students Association (chancellor's council).

Background

Carroll, Edwin Winford was born on March 6, 1912 in Elizabeth, Louisiana, United States. Son of Rupert A. and Maude Marie (Ping) Carroll.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University Texas, 1936.

Career

Designer, draftsman Trost & Trost (architects), El Paso, Texas, 1936-1941. Architect, superintendent buildings El Paso Public Schools, 1941-1945. Partner Carroll, Daeuble Du Sang & Rand, El Paso, from 1945.

Chairman Texas Board Architectural Examination, 1953. Vice chairman international border development commission American International Assurance and. Sociedad de Arquitectos Mexicanos, 1960-1963.

Member El Paso Building Code Board, since 1951, chairman, 1953. President American delegate XI Congress of Federation Pan-American Architects, 1965.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include engineering-biological science complex, liberal arts building, Sun Bowl stadium, Geology Building, all at University Texas at El Paso, El Paso Civic Center, Hotel Dieu School Nursing, Texas headquarters building Mountain Bell Co. Providence Memorial Hospital Ambulatory Care Center, El Paso, Texas Tech University Health and Science Center, El Paso, Queen of Peace Catholic Church, El Paso. Also others in, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Mexico.

Membership

President Texas Architectural Foundation, 1958-1959, 78-79. Member Texas Western College Mission 1973. Fellow American Institute of Architects (chairman national border planning committee 1964-1966).

Member Texas Society Architects (president 1954, Pitts award 1983), Sociedad de Arquitectos Mexicanos (honorary), University Texas Ex-Students Association (chancellor's council). Clubs: El Paso Country (president board governors 1957), Coronado Country (president 1967, 68).

Connections

Married Alyce Moter Outlaw, March 27, 1937.

father:
Rupert A. Carroll

mother:
Maude Marie (Ping) Carroll

spouse:
Alyce Moter Outlaw