Harry D. Payne
|Harry Daniel Payne|
John O'Quinn Field at Corbin J. Robertson Stadium
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
|Education||Washington University in St. Louis|
Harry Daniel Payne (1891 – 1987) was an American architect most notable for building designs throughout the U.S. state of Texas. Payne was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and was trained at Washington University in St. Louis. Upon graduation, he attended Fort Sheridan Officers Training School, and served in World War I. He moved to Houston in 1926, and served as a consultant to Anahuac ISD, Beaumont ISD, Corpus Christi ISD, Houston ISD, and Huntsville ISD.
Payne was an active member of the American Institute of Architects, and was awarded the Edward C. Kemper Award by the organization in 1962.
List of works built
- Gabe Smither Home (1924), Huntsville
- Wheatley High School (1927)
- Robert E. Lee High School (1928)
- Charles Bender High School (1929), Humble
- Deer Park High School (1931)
- Huntsville High School (1931), Huntsville
- Harry F. Estill Home (1931), Huntsville
- Sam Houston Memorial Museum rotunda (1936), Huntsville
- Mirabeau B. Lamar High School (1937), with John F. Staub, Kenneth Franzheim, Louis A. Glover, and Lamar Q. Cato)
- Walker County Jail (1938), Huntsville
- Elizabeth Elliott Hall (1940), Huntsville
- Jeppesen Gymnasium (1941)
- John O'Quinn Field at Robertson Stadium (1941)
- "Landmark Designation Report". City of Houston: Archaeological & Historical Commission. 2009-05-01. Retrieved 2009-10-05.