Blair Reeves, Architect

Blair Reeves, Architect

Blair Reeves, Achitect

Frank Blair Reeves – 1922 – 2012

Education:

1948 – Bachelors of Architecture, University of Texas, Austin, Texas

1953 – Masters of Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Professor Emeritus of Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Registered:

Florida

Academic Appointments:

1949 – Professor of Architecture, College of Architecture & Fine Arts, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

1972 – Founded the University of Florida’s Preservation Institute:  Nantucket (PI:N) with Walter Beineke, Jr., Nantucket, Massachusetts

Publications:

1969 – Historic Architecture of Pensacola, edited by Earle W. Newton, 

1969 – Measured Drawings, under the supervision of Blair Reeves

1989 – A Guide to Florida’s Historic Architecture, compiled by F. Blair Reeves

Professional Appointments:

1943 – 1946 – National Park Service, Historic American Buildings Survey Washington, D.C.

1967 – Field Consultation Committee, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington D.C.

1969 – Advisor, Planning Board Archives & History, Tallahassee, Florida

Professional Affiliations:

1966 – American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida North Chapter

Honors:

1987 – Louise du Pont Cowninshield Award, National Trust for Historic Preservation

1989 – Department of Interior’s Conservation Service Award 

1998 – Evelyn Fortune Bartlett Award for Lifetime Achievement in Preservation Stewardship

2005 – Award for Public Service, State of Florida, Senator Bob Williams

Notable Works:

1955 – Reeves Residence, Black Acres Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida

1958 – Ozell Residence, Florida Park Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida

1955 – Reeves Residence,
Black Acres Neighborhood,
Gainesville, Florida
1958 – Ozell Residence,
Florida Park Neighborhood,
Gainesville, Florida