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The Samuel Benton Cantey III Lecture will feature Willis Winters, FAIA, architect, planner, preservationist, and the recently-retired director of Dallas' Park and Recreation Department. Winters is the author of numerous works on Dallas architecture, including books on Fair Park and the Park Cities. He is at work on a new book on Dilbeck and will share some new discoveries from this work in progress.

While Dallas has numerous Dilbecks, this lecture will highlight his work in Fort Worth, including a blufftop home west of TCU, the lost Western Hills Hotel, and a gracious home repurposed as a clubhouse for a trailer park near Marion Sansom Park.

The virtual lecture will be followed by a live Q&A with Winters.

The Samuel Benton Cantey III Lecture will feature Willis Winters, FAIA, architect, planner, preservationist, and the recently-retired director of Dallas' Park and Recreation Department. Winters is the author of numerous works on Dallas architecture, including books on Fair Park and the Park Cities. He is at work on a new book on Dilbeck and will share some new discoveries from this work in progress.

While Dallas has numerous Dilbecks, this lecture will highlight his work in Fort Worth, including a blufftop home west of TCU, the lost Western Hills Hotel, and a gracious home repurposed as a clubhouse for a trailer park near Marion Sansom Park.

The virtual lecture will be followed by a live Q&A with Winters.

The Samuel Benton Cantey III Lecture will feature Willis Winters, FAIA, architect, planner, preservationist, and the recently-retired director of Dallas' Park and Recreation Department. Winters is the author of numerous works on Dallas architecture, including books on Fair Park and the Park Cities. He is at work on a new book on Dilbeck and will share some new discoveries from this work in progress.

While Dallas has numerous Dilbecks, this lecture will highlight his work in Fort Worth, including a blufftop home west of TCU, the lost Western Hills Hotel, and a gracious home repurposed as a clubhouse for a trailer park near Marion Sansom Park.

The virtual lecture will be followed by a live Q&A with Winters.

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