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R. Graham Jackson, American architect. Achievements include being one of only 12 persons honored by Fellowship in both American Institute of Architects & Computer Society of India.


Jackson, R. Graham was born on July 1, 1913 in Sherman, Texas, United States. Son of Watt J. and Lilly Thompson (Graham) Jackson.


Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Rice University, 1935.


With R. Graham Jackson, Architect, 1936-1945. Partner Jackson & Dill, Architects, Houston, 1946-1953, Wirtz, Calhoun, Tungate & Jackson, Architects, Houston, 1953-1965, Calhoun, Tungate & Jackson, Architects, Houston, 1965-1975, Calhoun, Tungate, Jackson & Dill, 1975-1982, CTJ&D, from 1983. Assistant professor architecture University Houston, part time 1947-1951.

Visiting lecturer, critic Rice University, 1963-1967.


  • Achievements include being one of only 12 persons honored by Fellowship in both American Institute of Architects & Computer Society of India.


  • Other Work

    • Architectural works include design Lyndon B. Johnson Spacecraft Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Houston, Willford Hall Hosp, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, Ryon Engineering Building, Rice U, Houston, Hankammer School Business, Baylor U, communications building Texas Technology U, Darnall Army Hosp, Fort Hood, Texas, Burleson academy quadrangle Baylor U, Waco, Texas, Bergstrom Air Force Base Hosp, Austin, Texas, library and performing arts buildings Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, 2d Baptist Ch, Houston, Veterans Hosp, Temple, Texas, College of Technology, University Houston, master plan Buckner Children's Village, Beaumont, Texas, Westbury Baptist Ch, Houston, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Building University Texas, Austin, 2d Baptist Church, Houston.


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Member founding committee Houston Baptist University. Member Rice University Fund Council, Houston Museum Fine Arts, Friends of Bayou Bend, Houston Symphony Society. Fellow Construction Specifications Institute (president Houston chapter 1958-1959, region director 1961-1964, chairman convention program committee 1965), American Institute of Architects (treasurer Houston chapter 1950, president 1959, member national administrative office practice committee 1951-1953, 67-73, 78-81).

Member American Management Association, American Arbitration Association (panel of arbiters), Rice University Alumni, Rice University Associates, Houston Baptist University Alumni Association (honorary), Houston Chamber of Commerce C. (education committee 1950-1953). Clubs: Houston, Rice University Faculty.


Married Reba Martin, January 6, 1940 (deceased October 1967). Married Violet Stephen Lawrence, May 1, 1971.

Watt J. Jackson

Lilly Thompson (Graham) Jackson

Reba Martin

Violet Stephen Lawrence