George Dahl’s Titche-Goettinger Building
by Paula Bosse
by Paula Bosse
Such a beautiful building! Such a beautiful font!
George Dahl designed the original building (on the left) in the late-1920s, and Thomas, Jameson & Merrill designed the expansion (on the right) in the early ’50s.
Ad from the 1929 yearbook of Sunset High School
Read about the building here.
Everything you could want to know about Titche-Goettinger/Titche’s is here.
UNT owns the building at 1900 Elm now, and it’s installed windows in that cool solid wall where the store’s name used to be. Check out photos of key renovations and read why they were made here.
More on the Titche’s building (including news on its expansion in 1952 and an architect’s drawing) can be found in the Flashback Dallas post “Main Street — ca. 1942,” here. See the expanded building here.
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I work for a non-profit educational foundation and we would like to obtain permission to use the color image of the Titche-Goettinger building for a tribute for an event. We are honoring a person who is now deceased who once worked there during the 1970s. She was a buyer in the Junior and cosmetics department.
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Hi, Andrea. I do not own that image – it was just found randomly on the internet.