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Katie Pierce Meyer at Dec 15, 2023 12:06 PM

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GREETINGS—AND AN APPRECIATION BY THE GENERAL CHAIR_
MAN OF THE WACO CONVENTION

It is with pleasure we welcome the visiting architects to the annual
convention of the Texas State Association of Architects in Waco.

Our yearly gatherings are productive of much professional good
and friendship among the members of our craft, and it is in earnest
desire of the Local Committee and myself that each and every member
present shall feel, when this convention is over, that is has been a
thoroughly enjoyable and beneficial entertainment, and carry with him
the conviction of the necessity of fully carrying out the objects of
our Aassociation, which can only be conducive to our good.

In our business sessions let us put forth our united endeavors for
the advancement of the profession, and when these daily meetings are
over, we will eat, drink and be merry for the time, casting aside
business cares.

To the material men and manufacturers, who have done so much
for our entertainment, to them we extend our hearty thanks, and trust
they will as fully enjoy the various entertainments organized by them
and us as we ourselves hope to do.

Fraternally and cordially yours,

GEORGE BURNETT.

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GREETINGS—AND AN APPRECIATION BY THE GENERAL CHAIR_
MAN OF THE WACO CONVENTION

It is with pleasure we welcome the visiting architects to the annual
convention of the Texas State Association of Architects in Waco.

Our yearly gatherings are productive of much professional good
and friendship among the members of our craft, and it is in earnest
desire of the Local Committee and myself that each and every member
present shall feel, when this convention is over, that is has been a
thoroughly enjoyable and beneficial entertainment, and carry with him
the conviction of the necessity of fully carrying out the objects of
our Aassociation, which can only be conducive to our good.

In our business sessions let us put forth our united endeavors for
the advancement of the profession, and when these daily meetings are
over, we will eat, drink and be merry for the time, casting aside
business cares.

To the material men and manufacturers, who have done so much
for our entertainment, to them we extend our hearty thanks, and trust
they will as fully enjoy the various entertainments organized by them
and us as we ourselves hope to do.

Fraternally and cordially yours,

GEORGE BURNETT.