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, [blank] 189[blank]

J. Riely Gordon V.P. + acting President of Tex State Assn Archts.

I have to report the death of two of our much valued members Tom Woods of Sherman President of the Association and Alfred Muller of Galveston one of the Vice Presidents of the Association.

The Executive Committee has the pleasure to report favorably upon the enclosed application of Mr H.A. Overbeck of Dallas, Texas,

Respectfully,

Burt McDonald

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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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Grand Central Hotel R. OSCAR, Proprietor [blank] Manager

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Calvert, Texas, [blank] 189[blank]

Meeting[struck through] Convention called to order by prest.

the Minutes of last Convention read and approved

Report of Ex Com

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DEAR SIR:

We the members of a committee duly appointed by the Builders' Board of San Antonio, to confer with the Architects and Material Men of this city for the purpose of enlisting your assistance and co-operation with us in bettering and protecting our mutual inter- est and we present herewith a list of membership which we believe to be a majority of the reliable and trustworthy contractors of this city, and should you collectively or individually decide to assist us in our efforts to elevate the standard of building and make our calling an honorable one, we in turn will use all legitimate and honorable means to assist you and advance your interest. We don't ask nor expect anything at your hands that you cannot conscien- tiously and consistently comply with. It is hardly necessary to mention the fact to you that we have all suffered at the hands of so-called contractors, who have brought calumny upon our calling and all connected with it. We hope you will meet us half way and express yourselves fully and freely upon this matter, and offer any suggestions which you think would tend towards bringing about the object of this conference.

Very respectfully submitted.

J. S. SKIRVING, President. P. T. SHIELDS, Vice President. J. E. RENDLE, Treasurer. EUGENE DAVIS, Secretary.

W. H. HOLLINGSWORTH, C. SCHNEIDER, Auditors.

ADAM MAURER, O. P. KROEGER, CHAS. G. BOELHAUWE, H. M. BOYD, M. H. DAVIDSON, CONRAD FLAIG, JACOB WAGNER, OTTO SCHULZ, CHAS. SCHULZ, PAUL SCHULZ, L. P. BOETTLER, B. V. OWNBY.

EUGENE DAVIS, Chairman Committee.

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Houston Galveston Dallas Waco Heiner Clayton Flondros Herbert Dickey Mueller Moad Larnco[?] Glover Rabbet Armstrong D[?]dley Tempest Tyndall Allan Holland Rudesil

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