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AIA Southern Chapter Proceedings
ORGANIZATION AND PROCEEDINGS OF The Southern Chapter OF THE American Institute of Architects AT Atlanta, Ga. Feburary 17, 1892.
Pursuant to a call,--published in circular form, and also in "The Southern Architect," dated Atlanta, Ga., January 13th, 1892, and signed by Thos. H. Morgan, E. G. Lind, and A. C. Bruce; Fellows of the American Institute of Architects; and G. L. Norman and W. W. Goodrich, architects, Atlanta, Ga.;--for a meeting of the Architects of the Southern States, for the purpose of forming the Southern Chapter of the American Institute of Architects; and the following named architects: Thos. H. Morgan, E. G. Lind, G. L. Norman, A. C. Bruce, W. W. Goodrich, W. T. Downing, and A. McC. Nixon, of Atlanta, Ga.; D. B. Woodruff, and P. E. Dennis, of Macon, Ga.; L. F. Goodrich, of Augusta, Ga.; D. A. Helmich, of Birmingham, Ala.; and W. P. Tinsley, of Lynchburg, Va.;--assembled in the parlor of the Kimball House, Atlanta, Ga., at three (3) o'clock P. M., February 17th, 1892, and was called to order by Mr. Bruce, and upon his motion Mr. Woodruff was chosen temporary Chairman, who briefly stated the object of the meeting.
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committee consisting of L. F. Goodrich, D. B. Woodruff and F. L. Rosseau., who reported that in their opinion it is inexpedient at that time to take any action, and recommended that the resolution be laid upon the table. Upon motion of Mr. Lind the report of the committee was adopted.
At this point the Secretary stated that there had been a successful attempt made by some members of the Institute to have the dictionaries make a clear distinction between the "supervision" of work by architects and the "superintendence" of work, and that it was understood that such distinction would be in future editions of the dictionaries, and that it was high time that the profession generally were dropping the expression "superintendence," as applied to their "supervision" of work; as superintendence could be furnished only by persons who remained all the while on the building, and this was clearly the duty of the cleck of the works; and the expression "superintendence" should not be used in connection with architectural service.
Mr. Helmich : In view of the fact that the evening session will be occupied by the members of the Legislature, and the amount of work that is yet to be accomplished, it strikes me that we should go into the election of officers at this morning session instead of afternoon, as formerly decided upon, and since Mr. Burke has waived his objection to proceeding before hearing the report of the Committee on the Treasurer's Accounts, I move that we hear the report of the Nominating Committees now.
Which motion was carried.
Mr. D. A. Helmick, chairman of one of the committees, submitted the following recommendation : Mr. L. F. Goodrich for President, W. P. Tinsley for Vice-President, Mr. P. E. Dennis, Secretary and Treasurer. Directors: D. B. Wood, ruff, T. H. Morgan, Tom Wood, T. H. Maddox and C. C. Burke.
Mr. Chas. Wheelock, chairman of the other committee. made the following recommendation : Mr. L. F. Goodrich for President, Mr. E. G. Lind for Vice-President, and W. P. Tinsley for Secretary and Treasurer. Directors : C. C.