Jack M. Corgan was one of the first ten individuals to pass the newly initiated architect’s licensing test in Texas.
The El Rancho Hotel & Motel in Gallup, New Mexico was completed. Jack worked as Architect of Record for R. E. Griffith.
Jack M. Corgan closed the doors to the firm to serve in World
War II and re-opened in 1945. During that time he served in the Air Transport Command at Love Field, then took an instrument refresher at Randolph Field.
Following the war, the filmmaking boom provided an opportunity to complete theaters and drive-ins across the region. You can find details on a number of Jack’s theaters at Cinema Treasures.