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Texas State Association of Architects Correspondence

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The DRISKILL American Plan G.W. LITTLEFIELD, PROPRIETOR. J.A. HUGHSTON, MANAGER.

RATES $2.50 TO $5.00 PER DAY

[Building image] STATE HEADQUARTERS T.P.A.

AUSTIN, TEXAS, Sept 5 1896

J. Riely Gordon V.P. Texas Association of Architects and Acting President of Association

I have the honor["the honor" is struck through] to submit the following report.

Since our last meeting we have suffered the loss of tw0 of our most active an[d] enthusiastic members namely Tom Woods of Sherman and Alfred Muller of Galveston, who were officers of the association and[struck through] lead[struck through] Mr Woods being President and Mr Muller V.P.[struck through]

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J. Reily Gordon Esq. - Ft. Worth Tex, Dec. 22'nd 1892. SAN ANTONIO TEX. Dear sir; Mr. A.N.Dawson of our city, claims that he was elected to membership in the T.S.A.A at a meeting held at Dallas at the time of competition for Worlds Fair Building, and that he had paid his $5.00 to Herbert, but has never recieved any official notice of his election, nor any notice of subsiquent meetings etc. and asked us to inquire into the matter and see how he stands, can you let us know any - thing in regard to it? [dictated] Yours truly, Arthur A Messer

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Messer, Sanguinet & Messer: Architects

Kendricks Building, Fort Worth, Texas

Dec. 29th 1892

J. Reilly Gordon Esq: Sec'y

San Antonio Tex.

Dear Sir:

I herewith send copy of report of Treasurer, which was sent to me by Mr. Stewart, having been left in his hands after last meeting. I also received a check for $95.00 from Herbert, which as you will see does not quite agree with the report, but still leaves me in a position to satisfy the most pressing creditors of the Ass'n and relieve it of its immediate necessities, which I will do, if you will have the enclosed accounts properly countersigned, according to the constitution.

Yours Truly,

Arthur A Messer

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P.S. There is also an old account against J. J. Kane, for $4.37 for gold badge, which is the only one remaining unpaid.

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Texas State Association of Architects Expenses-Dues

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List of members in arrears for due for the year 1899 & 90

[Alfred] Albert F. Beckmann //note// Pd. Cortez Clark Geo E. Vickey //note// Pd. Sam. P. Herbert //note// Pd. Geo. E. King Oscar Ruffini //note// Pd. W. H. Tyndall Guy M. Tozer Albert Ullrich //note// Pd. J Wiley Gordon. //note// Pd.

Mentions paid dues and in hand of the secretary J.J. Kane 5.00 F.W. Kane 5.00 Geo. S. Kane 5.00 A.O. Watson 5.00 20.00

WW Larmour Secty. T.S.A.A. May 10/90

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AIA Southern Chapter Proceedings

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THE SOUTHERN CHAPTER, A. I. A. I5

mingham, Ala.; Wm. Stanton, Vicksburg, Miss.; W. Chamberlin, Knoxville, Tennessee; T. H. Abrahams, Charleston, South Carolina; B. B. Davis, Paducah, Kentucky; H. H. Huggins, Roanoke, Va.; F. L. Smith, Lexington, Kentucky; Geo. E. Dickey, Houston, Tex.; J. Riely Gordon, San Antonia, Tex.; Henry C. Holland, Houston, Tex.; C. W. Bulger, Galveston, Tex.; W. T. Walker, Montgomery, Alabama

On motion of Mr. Helmich the report of the Directors was adopted and ordered to be spread upon the Minutes of the meeting.

On motion of Mr. Goodrich the letter ballot was suspended and the above named architects were unanimously elected Fellows of this Chapter.

On motion of Mr. Wheelock the Chair appointed a committee (consisting of Mr. Lind and Mr. C. Wheelock) to notify the applicants present of their election.

The President: The next thing in order will be the report of the Committee on Charter.

The Secretary : As a member of this committee I beg to report that the Charter has been obtained from the American Institute of Architects, and is here for examination by the members present.

On motion of Mr. Goodrich the report of the committee was accepted and the committee discharged.

The President: The next thing in order will be the report of Committee on Seal.

The Secretary : As a member of this committee I beg to state that the design of the seal was chosen by your committee from a number of designs submitted, and the seal was engraved and furnished by the American Seal Works.

On motion of Mr. Goodrich the report of the committee was adopted and the committee discharged.

The President: Mr. Wheelock; Chairman of Local Committee of Reception, wishes to make a statement regarding the presence of members of the Legislature of Alabama, who are now in the city.

Mr. Wheelock: I wish to state that I have had a conference with several members of the Legislature regarding the anticipated bills to be presented to the Legislatures of the

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