Quatrefoils (Part 2): Cowtown Gothic

Architect Wiley G. Clarkson (1885-1952) designed some of Fort Worth’s most beautiful commercial buildings, residences, churches, and schools, but his gothic revival First United Methodist Church (1930) arguably is the finest work ever to come off his drafting table. The quatrefoil (see Part 1) is a recurring element in his design.

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