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Texas State Association of Architects Minutes and Proceedings
Proceedings of the Executive Committee of T.S.A.A. - Austin, Jan 17-'87
Meeting called to order Chairman Andrewartha and [?] Heiner, Dodson, Wahrenberger, present, and [?].
Chairman of the committee are [trained?] to telegraph to [?] Kane to be present to open the Convention.
Application for memberships in the Association [was?] need from [?], recommended by W. W. Larmour and W. C. Dodson in the applicant was admitted.
Resolution of endorsement and assistance from [+?] Texas Society of Engineers, to be presented for [?], Association was received and ordered spread on the minutes of [?]
The [?] of Mr. Andrewartha of expense incurred as Chair [?] Com. approved and ordered paid.
Proceedings of the Second Annual Convention of the Texas State Association of Architects, held at Austin, Jan 18th 1887
Convention called to order by J. J. Kane, President at 10:30 A.M. with 14 members present.
On motion, the minutes of the last convention were [?] with.
The report of the Executive Board of Trustees was called for and by request were allowed from the time to report.
Adjoined to [?]
Convention called to order, Pres. Kane in the chair
The report of the Board of Trustees was read and approved as follows:
Each [need?] from all sources $170 00 " paid [amt] by Sec'y $70.95 " " " [?] Ex Comm 14.50 85.45 Bal. on hand $84.55 In Treas. hands $80.50 " Secy's " $80.50 (Roll of members in good standing) (page 2) Association [shows?] a charter Seal [electrotypes?] Booke stationery [?]
An act regulating the practice of architecture in the state of Texas was also read and approved.'
//left margin// Actions of Ex. Comm. at Bosque Co. (see page 2 printed proceedings)
Proceedings of the
Third Annual Convention
Texas State Association of Architects
Houston. January 17th + 18th 1888
Tuesday, January 17th
The Secretary S.A.J. Preston being absent in California, the President appointed W.W. Larmour of Waco secretary [pro term?].
The President then delivered his annual address as follows:
Gentlemen of the Texas State Association of Architects.
Before proceeding with the regular order or business that will come before our Association today, I desire to address a few words to you as members and representations of The Texas State Association of Architects.
First permit me to thank you, each and every one for your exceeding kindness to me personally,