C. W. Bulger and his son, Clarence C. Bulger, specialized in and designed over 75 churches in Texas and many more in 20 states. When Clarence graduated from the University of Chicago in 1903 he joined his father and moved from Galveston to Dallas. They designed in 1907 the Praetorian Building, the first skyscraper in Texas. In 1902, C. W. Bulger designed Gaston Avenue Baptist Church, now Criswell College and later Crockett School. Their family home was at 4419 Junius Street in Peak Suburban addition. C. W. and Clarence designed homes on Lakeside in 1910, in Lakewood in 1923 and in Northern Hills in 1949. He worked in an eclectic style that succeeded in every decade.