Frank J. Ginocchio Jr.
Frank J. Ginocchio Jr. was a prominent architect in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Ginocchio began his career as a draftsman in the firm of Thompson and Harding Architects in 1905. He later left the firm to pursue an education and did service in the First World War. In 1919 he entered into a partnership with Theodore "Theo" Sanders. This partnership merged with the company owned by Charles L. Thompson in 1927, following the departure of partner Thomas Harding Jr. The new firm became known as Thompson, Sanders, and Ginocchio. Ginocchio became a longtime co-principal with Edwin B. Cromwell in the Ginocchio & Cromwell architectural firm beginning in 1941. Ginocchio died in 1969 and is interred at Calvary Cemetery in Little Rock.
Buildings Designed or Co-Designed by Ginocchio
- Arkansas Governor's Mansion (Little Rock)
- Cameo Trio Theatre (Magnolia)
- Camp Ouachita (near Thornburg)
- Center Theater (Little Rock)
- Royal Theatre (Benton)