BRUCE ALONZO GOFF (1904-1982)
Goff was born in Alton KS. He started school in Skiatook OK, where he was fascinated by a picture of the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City, his first real exposure to architecture other than frontier structures. Later, after moving to Hominy OK, he began drawing buildings on wrapping paper. Goff was largely self-educated and displayed great talent. His father apprenticed him at age 12 to the Tulsa architectural firm of Rush Endacott Rush. One of his earliest built designs was 1732 South Yorktown Avenue in Tulsa's Yorktown Historical District; another was the 1920 McGregor House, at 1401 South Quaker Street in what is now known as the Cherry Street District. During this period, his work was heavily influenced through his correspondence with Frank Lloyd Wright and with Louis Sullivan, both of whom had encouraged him to practice architecture with Rush, Endacott and Rush instead of enrolling in MIT; they felt the formal education would stifle his creativity. Goff was made a firm partner in 1930. He and his high-school art teacher Adah Robinson are co-credited with the design of Tulsa's Boston Avenue Methodist Church, one of the finest examples of Art Deco architecture in the United States. Goff designed the Tulsa Club, downtown Tulsa's historic landmark, in 1927.
In 1934 Goff moved to Chicago and began teaching part-time at the Academy of Fine Arts, working for the manufacturer of Vitrolite. He served in the Navy as an architect during WWII. He also obtained a teaching position with the School of Architecture at the University of Oklahoma in 1942. Despite being largely self-taught, Goff was named chairman of the design school in 1943. In 1955, Goff, who was gay, was accused of "endangering the morals of a minor," and was forced to resign from his position at the University of Oklahoma.
In 1955, Goff relocated his studio to the Price Tower in Bartlesville OK which was designed by his mentor Frank Lloyd Wright. Goff's mature work had no precedent and he has few heirs other than his former assistant, New Mexico architect Bart Prince, and former student, Herb Greene. A number of Goff's original designs are on display at the Modern Wing at the Art Institute of Chicago. In 2002 Heinz Emigholz produced the documentary film Goff in the Desert which depicts 62 of Bruce Goff's buildings.
Goff's contributions to 20th-century architecture are widely praised. His archive—including architectural drawings, paintings, musical compositions, photographs, project files, and personal and professional papers—is held by the Ryerson & Burnham Libraries at the Art Institute of Chicago. Bio adapted from Wikipedia. Research by Catherine Westergaard Cramer.
Goff is a 2020 film by Britni Harris on Goff's life and career as remembered by friends and students. There was also a 1965 film by Joe Price called The Artistry of Bruce Goff.
1918 - The McGregor House, 1401 South Quaker Avenue, Tulsa OK. One of Goff's first known designs, created while he was still in high school. Sold in 1986 to Garrett Gilbert. Sold in 2013 to Preservation Strategies, LLC. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2014.
1919 - 1732 South Yorktown Avenue, Tulsa OK. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. Sold in 2019 to Zachariah Fountain and Carrie Hawkins.
1919 - The B. L. Graves Summer House, near Los Angeles CA. Unsure if built.
1920 - The House Studies. Unbuilt.
1922 - The Studio Studies. Unbuilt.
1922 - The Baughman Bungalow, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1922 - The Bungalow. Unbuilt.
1923 - The Studio Studies. Unbuilt.
1924 - The May Allyn Christie Studio, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1925 - The L. L. Holmes House, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1925 - Unidentified House.
1925 - The Fred Hansen House, 2262 South Utica Avenue, Terwilliger Heights, Tulsa OK. Destroyed around 2014.
1925 - The George Way House, 3047 South Peoria Street, Tulsa OK. Commissioned in 1922. Two designs, second one built. Sold to Jeffrey J. Glass.
1925 - The Adah Robinson Studio, 1119 South Owasso, Tulsa OK. Sold in 1980 to Thomas Thixton. Sold in 2022 to Nuilius in Verba Inc., LLC.
1925 - 1712 South Madison Avenue, Tulsa OK. Sold to Mark Hayes. Sold in 2016 to Byron Burke.
1928 - The General Electric Competition: Design for a 5-Room House. Unbuilt.
1928 - The Patti Adams Shriner House and Studio, 1381 Riverside Drive, Tulsa OK. 2 designs, second one built. Sold in 1933. Sold in 1941 to actor Richard Mansfield Dickenson as a residence and speech and drama studio until 1953. Sold to Tulsa Spotlight Theater and the The Drunkard and the Olio. Patti Shriner was Goff's music teacher. Olinka Hardy was commissioned by Goff to paint a set of murals which were removed some time prior to 2001 and it is mystery as to what happened to them. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. Still standing as of 2022, owned by Tulsa Spotlight Theater.
1929 - The Watts Lyon House, 3418 Altura Avenue, El Paso TX. Sold to Angel and Dora Flores.
1929 - The Stone Neerman House, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1929 - Apartment Building, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1930 - The Glass House Study, location unknown. Unbuilt.
1930 - The Latham House, 221 East 21st Street, Tulsa OK. Sold in 2003 to Samuel Grayson. Sold in 2021 to Regina Rex Properties LLC.
1930 - The I. G. Rosser House, Southwest corner East 31st Street and South Rockford, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1930 - The Phi Beta Delta Fraternity House, The University of Oklahoma, Norman OK. Unbuilt.
1930 - The Ellis Neville Supplee House Interior, 424 East 13th Place, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1930 - The Speculative Houses A & B. Likely unbuilt.
1931 - The G. G. Hilford House, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1931 - The Parental Home for Boys, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1931 - Study for a house, location unknown. Unbuilt.
1931 - The Tower House Study. Unbuilt.
1932 - The Hodgson House, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1932 - Two studies for a house. Unbuilt.
1932 - Speculative house, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1932 - Study for a Triangular House. Unbuilt.
1932 - Unidentified studio/residence. Commissioned in 1929. Likely unbuilt.
1935 - The Concrete Block House. Commissioned in 1933. Unbuilt.
1935 - The Burton Dunglinson House, 59 Mount Avenue, Ealing, London England. Commissioned in 1934. Designed with Charles Pope while working for Chicago sculptor Alfonso Iannelli. A second story was added at some point, and all the Modernism is gone. The house declined, and was rebuilt and heavily altered by a local architect.
1936 - The Glass Blocks and Vitrolite House, location unknown. Unbuilt.
1937 - The D. H. Goodwillie House, Toledo OH. Bathroom alterations, vitrolite design. Unbuilt.
1938 - The Cemesto Board House, Chicago IL. Unbuilt. Two designs.
1938 - The Octagonal House, Chicago IL. Unbuilt.
1938 - The Theobold House, Chicago IL. Unbuilt.
1938 - The George Elin House, 206 Wagner Road, Northfield IL. 2 designs, second one built. Sold in 2017 to John and Barbara Silva.
1938 - The Charles Rant House, 210 Wagner Road, Northfield IL. Commissioned in 1934. 2 designs, second one built. Sold in 2007 to Benjamin Cothran. Sold in 2020 to Kaeley Byrene.
1939 - The Charles Turzak House, 7059 North Olcott Avenue, Edison Park, Chicago IL. Commissioned in 1938. Sold in 1956. Sold to Walter and Linda Slager.
1939 - The Frank Cole House, 910 Hastings Street, Park Ridge IL. 2 designs, second one built. For sale in 1959. Sold to the Richards Family. Sold in 1980. Sold in 2000 to Kenneth Jaconetty. Sold in 2020 to Katherine Heretis and Thomas Nielsen.
1939 - The Paul Colmorgan House, 700 Echo Lane, Glenview IL. Unbuilt design, top photo; built design, other photos. Sold in the 1960s to James Hamilton. Sold to Robert and Anna Deme.
1939 - The Mack House, Chicago IL. Unbuilt.
1940 - The Helen Unseth House, 808 Park Plaine Street, Park Ridge IL. Commissioned in 1939. 2 designs, second one built. Sold in 1994 to Sheldon Newman.
1940 - The M. L. Burt House, La Grange IL. Three unbuilt plans.
1940 - The William Langdon House, Elmwood Drive, Highland Park IL. Unbuilt.
1942 - The Irma Bartman House, aka Hickory Hill House, aka Triaero, 8310 Johnson School Road, Louisville KY. Commissioned in 1941. Goff designed an unbuilt second house and addition for the same site in 1942. Sold to Mary C. Neuschwander.
1941 - The Spencer House, Edgewater Road, Riverside IL. Two plans, both unbuilt.
1943 - The Bailey House, Portland OR. Unbuilt.
1943 - The Commanding Officers House, USN, Attu Island, Aleutian Islands AK. Unsure if built.
1943 - The Durfee House, Chattanooga TN. Unbuilt.
1943 - The W. D. Innis House, Coronado CA. Unbuilt.
1943 - The Quarter Circle House, Oregon. Unbuilt.
1943 - The J. D. Thompson House, Spokane WA. Unbuilt.
1943 - The Wold House, Altadena CA. Unbuilt.
1944 - The Myron Bachman Alteration, 1244 West Carmen Avenue, Chicago IL. Original house built in 1896. Sold in 2016 to Ocean Properties Inc. Sold in 2018 to Matthew Baumann.
1945 - The C. B. House, California. Unbuilt.
1945 - The Cheetham House, Marin County CA. Unbuilt.
1945 - The Bruce Goff Studio, Berkeley CA. Unbuilt.
1945 - The G. E. McCabe House, Berkeley CA. Unbuilt.
1945 - The Riley House, Oakland CA. Unbuilt.
1945 - The James San Jule House, Sausalito CA. Probably unbuilt.
1945 - The Warren House, Oakland CA. Unbuilt.
1945 - The L. A. Wilson House, California. 2 unbuilt schemes, no plans found.
1946 - The Paul Giganti Garage Apartment, Pleasanton CA. Unbuilt.
1946 - The Paul Giganti Studio Alterations, Pleasanton CA. Unbuilt.
1946 - The James F. Hudson House, 6th Street near Stafford Avenue, Hayward CA. Scheme 1. A second scheme was designed in 1947. Neither were built.
1946 - The Stransteel Quonset House #1, aka Wilson Quonset Housing and Quonset Studies. Unbuilt.
1946 - The Kozak House, Deer Hollow Road, Sleepy Hollow, Marin County CA. Scheme 1, (above). A second scheme was designed in 1947. Neither were built.
1946 - The Don and Mildred Leidig House, aka Lily Pad, Hayward CA. Designed with Claude Oakland. Unbuilt.
1946 - The Nicholson House, Berkeley CA. Unbuilt.
1946 - The Giacomo Patri House, Corte Madera CA. Two designs, neither built.
1946 - The Pfau House, California. Unbuilt.
1946 - The Rosenthal House, Berkeley CA. Unbuilt.
1946 - The J. D. Thompson Alterations, De Sabla Road and Sherwood Road, Lot 16, El Cerrito Manor, Hillsborough CA. Unbuilt.
1947 - The Constance Gillis House, Bend OR. Commissioned in 1945. Unbuilt.
1947 - The H. E. Ledbetter House, 701 West Brooks Street, Norman OK. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. Sold in 2002 to Oklahoma University. By tradition the director of the Fred Jones Art Museum lives in and cares for the house. As of 2019, that's Mark Andrew White.
1948 - The Family Circle House, Atkinson Drive and Marshall Street, Midwest City OK. Designed for real estate developer, W. P. (Bill) Atkinson. Sponsored by Good Housekeeping. Unbuilt.
1948 - The Garden Apartments, Norman OK. Unbuilt.
1948 - The Pauline Kinkaid Apartments, Southwest 38th Street, Redings Rancho Village, Oklahoma City OK. Unbuilt.
1949 - The Jerry and Alex Blakeley House, Highland Park, Dallas TX. Two schemes. Unbuilt.
1949 - The C. K. Newton, Bradenton FL. Unbuilt. In 1957, Goff designed alterations to another house for the Newtons, also unbuilt.
1950 - The Julius and Opal Cox House, 1300 North Cimarron Avenue, Boise City OK. Goff was commissioned in 1949 by son Winton Cox who served with Goff during the war. Built by Julius Cox. Julius Cox commissioned Goff again in 1959 to add on a bedroom, a porch, and a basement. By previous agreement, all architecture changes had to be designed and approved by Goff and built by Cox. Sold to the Cimarron Heritage Museum.
1950 - The Henry R. Angelino House, amended Wetzler subdivision, Norman OK. Unbuilt. One of ten commissions Goff received for the amended Wetzler subdivision. Only two were built.
1950 - The Richard Goff House, amended Wetzler subdivision, Norman OK. Unbuilt. One of ten commissions Goff received for the amended Wetzler subdivision. Only two were built. We could not find what the relationship was between Richard and Bruce.
1950 - The George Goodman House, amended Wetzler subdivision, Norman OK. Unbuilt. One of ten commissions Goff received for the amended Wetzler subdivision. Only two were built.
1950 - The John Keys House, 911 West Timberdell Road, amended Wetzler subdivision, Norman OK. One of ten commissions Goff received for the amended Wetzler subdivision and one of only two built. Heavy window alterations made to the front of the house alter the original look of the house. Sold to Raymond Leon Price.
1950 - The Francis and Alta Maginnis House, aka TeePee House, 909 West Timberdell Road, amended Wetzler subdivision, Norman OK. One of ten commissions Goff received for the amended Wetzler subdivision and one of two built. Sold in 1951 to R. W. and Irma Tomberlin for whom Goff did additions. Sold in 1965 to Raymond C. Junior and Mary Beth Dragoo. Sold in 1966 to David and Ann Swank.
1950 - The Hankle House, near Sheridan Road, Evanston IL. Unbuilt.
1950 - The Elroy Rice House, Wetzler subdivision, Norman OK. Unbuilt.
1950 - The John Whitaker House, Wetzler subdivision, Norman OK. Unbuilt.
1951 - The James D. Wilson House, Star Route 99, Bay Road, Perdido Bay, near Lillian Bridge, Pensacola FL. Sold in 1975 to architect George Demmy. Destroyed by fire in January 1980.
1951 - The Concrete Block House Studies, location unknown. Unbuilt.
1951 - The Leonard Stulman House, Old Court Road and Seven Mile Lane, near Baltimore MD. Unbuilt.
1951 - The Tomberlin House, 909 West Timberdell Road, Wetzler subdivision, Norman OK. Unbuilt alterations to the Maginnis house.
1952 - The Roger D. Corsaw House, 1210 Woodland Drive, Norman OK. Sold in 1958 to J. L. Kendall. Sold to Peter and Susan Caldwell, still owners as of 2021.
1952 - The Otis Spears House, Lot 6, Greer Addition, Lawton OK. Unbuilt.
1953 - The Bruce Goff Studio, Webster Street, Norman OK. Built. No address found but it was later destroyed.
1953 - The Ignacio Perez House, Avenida Circunvalacion Norte, Caracas Venezuela. Unbuilt. A second scheme was designed in 1954, also unbuilt. Curious about Goff's design, on one of his visits to Bartlesville OK, Frank Lloyd Wright asked to see the drawings. He disapproved of the project's anticipated costs, writing Goff a patronizing letter referring to it as "hocus pocus for an opus."
1954 - The Richard Allen House, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1954 - The John Garvey House, 2016 Burlison Drive, Urbana IL. First plan designed in 1952, unbuilt (top photo). Second one, built. A bonus house behind, built in 2011, includes a sauna and soaking tub, along with Koi ponds. Sold to Latif Kahn. Sold in 2018 to James Munger.
1954 - The William Cunningham House, Lot #1, Block 3, Tomlison Ridge, Tomlison Addition, Lawton OK. Unbuilt. Another scheme was designed in 1956, also unbuilt.
1955 - The Bob Barnes House, near Canyon City CA. Unbuilt.
1955 - The Tom Murdoch House, 112 Meadow Lane, Midwest City OK. Unbuilt.
1955 - The Gene and Nancy Bavinger House, 760 60th Avenue NE, Norman OK. Commissioned in 1950. Destroyed in 2016.
1956 - The John and Grace Frank House, 1300 Luker Lane, Sapulpa OK. Commissioned in 1955. Deeded in 1996 to their daughters, Donna and Joniece. Deeded to an employee around 2015. Sold to the Jennifer Anne Russell Trust and the Daniel Naegele Trust.
1956 - The Joe Price House and Studio, aka Shin'en Kan, 2919 Price Road, Bartlesville OK. Commissioned in 1953. Additions completed in 1966-1970 and 1974. Deeded in 1985 to Oklahoma University and subsequently used as a conference center and thinktank for architecture students. Sold in 1996 to the Friends of Shin'en Kan, a local group with plans to restore the home. On 12/27/1996, a suspicious fire destroyed the house.
1956 - The L. H. McCullough House, 2301 Farrington Road, Wichita Falls TX. Commissioned in 1954. Destroyed circa 1995 and the property was readdressed as 3201 Martin Boulevard. New house built in 2007.
1956 - The C. Watkins House, Sapulpa OK. Unbuilt.
1956 - The Irma Barton House II, near Fern Creek KY. Unbuilt.
1956 - The Dewlon Aparture House and Studios, near Amarillo TX. Unbuilt. Designed for two artists. Top two images are one scheme, bottom two are of a second.
1957 - The Circle Tower Apartments, aka Texas Towers, Bartlesville OK. Unbuilt.
1957 - The William Bass House, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt.
1957 - The Don and Phyllis Van Dall House I, Hill Drive, Bartlesville OK. Unbuilt. Clients commissioned another design in 1964, also unbuilt.
1957 - The C. A. Comer House, 1316 North Creek Street, Dewey OK. A 2 bed, 1 bath house at just over 1400 sq ft. Sat empty for several years. Sold in 2012 to Cynthia Naylor who had recently retired from Wright's Price Tower and wanted to own a Goff house. Restored in 2015 using the original plans and photographs. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
1958 - The J. O. and Mary Motsenbocker House, 2416 Circle Drive, Bartlesville OK. Goff did alterations in 1963. Sold in 2004. Sold in 2010. Sold in 2015. Sold in 2020 to Sarah Koenig. For sale in 2023.
1958 - The Donald and Gercene Pollock House, aka Pollock-Warriner House, 2400 Northwest 59th Street, Oklahoma City OK. Additions in 1962 and alterations in 1963-1964. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. Sold to the Laura Bunch Warriner Trust.
1958 - The Robert G. Durst House, aka Durst-Gee House, 323 Tynebrook Lane, Houston TX. Sold in 1970 to the Starks, who commissioned Goff to do updates. Sold in 1976 to Robert and Julia Gee, who commissioned Goff to make alterations, with a final addition in 1981.
1958 - The Raymond and Lena Darling House, El Dorado KS. 3 designs created from 1958-1961, all unbuilt.
1958 - The Paul Deutsch House, Bartlesville OK. Unbuilt.
1958 - The Russell Snyder House, Chelsea Drive, Lot 4, Countryside, El Dorado KS. Unbuilt.
1958 - The Owen Tolf House, Lake Koshkonong WI. Unbuilt.
1959 - The Richard J. and Joanne Riney Bennett House, 2841 Silver Lake Road, Bartlesville OK. Deeded to Kevin Bennett.
1959 - The Russell L. Collins House, 3400 Wildwood Court, Bartlesville OK. 3 designs, third one built. Sold to Stephen Franklin Smith. Sold in 2020 to George Schafer and Paula Mulay.
1959 - The Nicholas and Virginia Daphne House, Madrone Place, Hillsborough CA. 2 designs, both unbuilt.
1959 - The W. R. McBryde House, Kansas City MO. Unbuilt.
1959 - The Harold Price Alterations, Bartlesville OK. Unbuilt.
1959 - The Robert S. and Virginia Allen House, Bartlesville OK. 2 designs, both unbuilt.
1959 - The James R. and Elizabeth Darling Akright Addition and Alterations, 2412 Circle Drive, Bartlesville OK. Original house built in 1951 for the Akrights, designed by David B. Runnels (bottom photo is original plan). Deeded in 2006 to the Akright daughters. Sold in 2007. Sold in 2011. Sold in 2015 to Roger Borg. Sold in 2021 to William and Deborah Haskell. Was a rental in 2022. Sold in 2023.
1960 - The Howard Jones House, 3411 Wildwood Court, Bartlesville OK. Sold in 1996 to Howard and Margery Maple. Sold in 1997 to David and Rosalee Taylor.
1960 - The Milton and Helen Gelbman House, 6970 Almours Place, Jacksonville FL. Destroyed around 1985. New house built in 1987.
1960 - The Kenneth Beall Jr. House, Wichita KS. Unbuilt.
1960 - The Beulah and Harry Goff Studio Residence, Tulsa OK. Unbuilt. A second design was commissioned in 1962, also unbuilt.
1960 - The William C. Gryder House, 1212 Iola Road, Ocean Springs MS. Carport designed in 1966, unbuilt. Deeded to Micha Gryder, still owner as of 2022.
1961 - The Sydney H. and Geri Rodin House, Libertyville IL. Status unknown.
1961 - The John Quincy Adams House, 108 Fairmont Road, Vinita OK. Adams commissioned two other plans, in 1958 and 1959, unbuilt. Sold in 2023.
1961 - The Albert G. Baxter Heights Speculative House and Addition, Bayview Drive and Bluff Road, Quincy IL. Unbuilt. A second design commissioned in 1962, also unbuilt. Baxter owned Baxter Motors car dealership in Quincy and later moved to Sedona AZ where he was a planner and developer of manufactured home communities.
1961 - The Jerry Grady House, Casa Grande AZ. Unbuilt.
1961 - The John Overstreet Cabin, Cimarron River, Logan County OK. Unbuilt.
1962 - The Joe Miller House, Chickasaw Street and Frank Philips Boulevard, Bartlesville OK. Unbuilt.
1962 - The Vernon and Helen Marie Rudd House, 205 Cervantes Road, Portola Valley CA. Commissioned in 1959. Destroyed around 2015 and a new house built (bottom photo).
1962 - The Celestine Barby House I, 114 Avenue North, Beaver OK. 2 designs, second one built. Sold to Brenda Abare.
1962 - The Bruce Stewart House, Tulsa OK. 2 designs, both unbuilt.
1963 - The Marion and James Fitchette House, 1900 Saturn Court, Bartlesville OK. Sold to Maxine Croley. Sold in 1997 to Richard and Estalene Serr. Sold in 2003 to GMAC Global Relocation. Sold later in 2003 to Richard Townsend. Sold in 2007 to Eloise Needleman.
1963 - The Woodland Hills Speculative House, Roland OK. Unbuilt.
1963 - The Bruce Plunkett Apartments, aka Apache Apartments, Magnolia Street, Tyler TX. Unbuilt.
1963 - The Briar Associates Cabins and Houses, Kansas City MO. Unbuilt. Included two plans for cabins (A&B), as well as houses (A-E), and a housing development called Prospect Road Development.
1963 - The Briar Associates Housing Development, Highway 75, Bartlesville OK. Unbuilt.
1964 - The Robert White House, 1525 Whiteway Court, Bartlesville OK. Sold in 2020.
1964 - The William Dace House, 1228 Branch 3rd (409 Avenue R), Beaver OK. Sold to Gaylor Redemer.
1964 - The Morton and Mary Jane Daniels House, 13675 SE State Route DD, Gower MO. Sold in 2022 to Daryl and Patricia Walkup.
1964 - The Bruce Goff Alterations, 5110 Main Street, Kansas MO. Original house built in 1913. Alterations later destroyed.
1965 - The Lawrence L. Hyde House, 5020 West 67th Street, Prairie Village (Mission) KS. Sold in 2006 to Edward Alan and Sara Williams.
1965 - The Rolland Jacquart House, 799 South Inman Street, Sublette KS. Formerly numbered 700.
1965 - The C. James and Caren Heft House, Charles Street, Caledonia, Racine County WI. Unbuilt. Second house designed in 1968 on Short Road in Racine County, also unbuilt.
1965 - The R. M. Hollander Alterations, 610 West 51st Street, Kansas City MO. Unbuilt.
1965 - The James Kemper Alterations, 6612 Wyoming, Kansas City MO. Unbuilt.
1965 - The Pinedale Apartments, 4901 Troup Road, Tyler TX. Unbuilt.
1965 - The Bruce and Sue Plunkett House, Tyler TX. Unbuilt.
1965 - The Joe Price House, Lake Tahoe NV. Unbuilt.
1965 - The William G. Riddle House, Sunset Drive, Kansas City MO. Unbuilt.
1965 - The Bill Yockey House, Tonganoxie KS. Unbuilt.
1966 - The Hugh Dalziel and Minna Duncan House, aka Etzkorn Castle BnB, 2375 Wing Hill Road, Cobden IL. Designed with architect Douglas Harris. Landscape by John F. H. Lonergan. Currently a bed and breakfast.
1966 - The Gates House, Kansas City MO. Unbuilt.
1966 - The Fanny L. S. Stevenson Kitchen Alterations, Washington DC. Unbuilt.
1967 - The Grace and Larry Abraham House, Kansas City KS. Unbuilt.
1967 - The August J. (Mickey) and Dolly LeBoeuf House, La Grange TX. Unbuilt.
1967 - The Paul and Jody Searing House, 7821 Fontana Street, Prairie Village KS. Commissioned in 1965. 2 designs, second built. An addition was designed in 1968 but not built. Sold for the first time in 2022 to Searing House LLC.
1967 - The James and Betty Nicol House, 5305 Cherry Street, Kansas City MO. 3 designs, third built. Sold in 2010 to Rodney Mills Park.
1968 - The Karl and Glenna Youngstrom House, 236 Arapaho Circle East, Lake Quivera KS. 3 designs commissioned in 1967, third built. Sold to John Faught. Sold in 2018 to James Robert Batterson. Sold in 2019 to James Robert Batterson and Todd Jordan Green.
1968 - The A. J. Armbruster Alterations, Aurora IL. Unbuilt.
1968 - The James and Janet Britton House, Warrensburg MO. Unbuilt.
1968 - The Glen Mitchell House, 1905 Burr Parkway, Dodge City KS. Sold to Alan and Bibiana Armenta.
1968 - The Peter and Dodie Nichols House, Warrensburg MO. Unbuilt.
1968 - The Ruth Wynes House, Butler MO. Unbuilt.
1970 - The Glen and Luetta Harder House, Mountain Lake MN. Goff completed additions and alterations throughout the 1970s. Destroyed by fire in 1994.
1971 - aka Parade of Homes House, Lake Palestine, Flint TX. Unsure if built.
1971 - The Leland E. Stevenson Jr. House, aka Ananda, Marin County CA. Unbuilt.
1971 - The Don Palmer House, San Francisco CA. Unbuilt.
1972 - The Lake Village Townhouses, Lake Palestine, Flint TX. Unbuilt.
1972 - The Salih J. and Fawzia Wakil House, 414 Thamer Circle, Houston TX. Unbuilt. The Wakils opted for a design by another architect.
1972 - The Lake Village Double House, Lake Palestine, Flint TX. Unbuilt.
1972 - The Lake Village House A-1, 17582 Indian Summer Lane, Lake Palestine, Flint TX. One of several houses designed in the area. Sold to Matthew and Eugenia Greenlee. Sold in 2018 to Robert and Tammy Morris.
1972 - The Lake Village House A-2, 17588 Indian Summer Lane, Lake Palestine, Flint TX. Sold to Jonathon and Christie Hickman.
1972 - The Lake Village House A-3, 17573 Indian Summer Lane, Lake Palestine, Flint TX. Sold to Ted and Evelyn Sheldon. Sold in 2015 to C. A. and Joyce Buster.
1972 - The Lake Village House B, aka 1973 Parade of Homes House, 17628 Half Moon Circle, Lake Palestine, Flint TX. Sold to Diana Maria Wells.
1972 - The Lake Village House C, Lake Palestine, Flint TX. Unbuilt.
1972 - The Lake Village House D, Lake Palestine, Flint TX. Unbuilt.
1972 - The Burce and Sue Plunkett Guesthouse, aka Lakescape, Lake Palestine, Flint TX. Unbuilt.
1973 - The Jacob and Anna Harder House, 207 8th Street North, Mountain Lake MN. Goff also designed alterations and additions in 1980. Sold to Gary and Cheryl Gaucci.
1973 - The Celestine Barby House II, Pine Haven CO. Unbuilt.
1973 - The Bruce Goff House and Studio Alterations, 1302 South Roseland Boulevard, Tyler TX. Original house built in 1948. Sold in 2015 to James and Mary Ann Exum.
1974 - The Celestine Barby House III, 7110 North Camino de Fosforo, Tucson AZ. Sold in 2001 to David and Janet Johnson.
1974 - The Bruce and Sue Plunkett House, 18720 Lakeview Lane, Flint TX. Destroyed by fire. New house built in 1993.
1974 - The Bruce and Sue Plunkett House, 17148 Fountain Circle, Flint TX. Sold around 2015 to Mark and Rhonda Stovey.
1975 - The Curt Mason House, Lake Village, Flint TX. Unbuilt.
1975 - The David Fleming Duplex/Triplex, Dallas TX. Unbuilt.
1976 - The Robert and Sue Gordon House, Wooded Creek Estates, Famers Branch TX. Unbuilt.
1976 - The John Bass House, Amarillo TX. Unbuilt.
1976 - The Bruce Plunkett Interior Alterations, 4th and Broadway, Tyler TX. Unbuilt.
1976 - The Bruce Plunkett House, Lake Village, Flint TX. Unbuilt.
1976 - The Jack Prost Alterations, 318 Forest Avenue, Oak Park IL. Unbuilt addition to the 1902 Arthur Heurtley House by Frank Lloyd Wright.
1978 - The Bruce Goff House, Starview Farm, Bartlesville OK. Unbuilt.
1978 - The Melaragno House, Sharon Road, Charlotte NC. Unbuilt.
1978 - The Oxman House, Boulder City CO. Unbuilt.
1979 - The David and Carolyn Ray House, Tyler TX. Unbuilt.
1979 - The Gene and Betty Taylor Alterations, 173 Ward Street, Seattle WA. Original house built in 1924. Sold in 2004 to Eugene Lin. Sold in 2008 to Mani and Tanya Krishnamurthy. Sold to Michael Hauser, who furnished the photos.
1981 - The Quentin and Ruth Blair Alterations, 5588 Greybull Highway, Cody WY. Commissioned 1977. Unbuilt alterations to the 1952 Blair House by Frank Lloyd Wright.
1981 - The John F. Williams House, Stonewall Drive, Del City OK. Unbuilt.
1983 - The Al Struckus House, 4510 Saltillo Street, Woodland Hills CA. Additions by architect Frank Purtill the same year. Sold around 2002 to Kevin and Ann Marshall. Photo by Michael Locke.
Sources include: The Architecture of Bruce Goff: Buildings and Projects, 1916-1974, Volume 2; Bruce A. Goff Archive at the Art Institute Chicago.