Ralph Bryan designed the Louisiana neoclassical style home in Perry Heights at 4524 Rawlins. Arch Swank later adapted this style for the home for Earl Hart Miller, the famous Dallas interior designer originally from New Orleans. The 1936 home on Rawlins was a result of an extended trip through Louisiana with the original owner. Bryan was one of the selected architects for the buildings celebrating the Texas centennial for the 1936 State Fair of Texas. You can also see his work at 8145 San Benito in Forest Hills.
This home represents one of the finest restorations in the neighborhood. Quality materials and engineering provide the structural quality. The original owner traveled with architect Ralph Bryan throughout East Texas and... See More on 4524 Rawlins Street, Dallas, Texas