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Publication Date: May 1939
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OFFICERS


RUSSELL T. PANCOAST
President
First National Bank Building
Miami Beach
JEFFERSON D. POWELL
First Vice President
Professional Building
Jacksonville


1--R. Daniel Hart
2--James A. Stripling
3--William T. Arnett
4--Franklin S. Bunch
5--G. M. Peek
6--W. Kenneth Miller
7--Elliott B. Hadley


O. C. STAGEBERG
Second Vice President
517 West University Avenue
Gainesville
E. F. DE LA HAYE
Secretary-Treasurer
Box 3747
Daytona Beach


DIRECTORS OF DISTRICTS
Pensacola 8--Donald R. Pierce Lakeland
Tallahassee 9--Richard W. Rummell Cocoa
Gainesville 10--Nat G. Walker Ft. Myers
Jacksonville 11--Bruce P. Kitchell West Palm Beach
DeLand 12--Courtney Stewart Ft. Lauderdale
Orlando 13--Robert M. Little Miami Beach
St. Petersburg 14--Robert L. Weed Miami
15--Earl V. Wolfe Key West


Object: "To organize and unite in fellowship the architects
of the State of Florida and to combine their efforts to pro-
mote the artistic, scientific and practical efficiency of the pro-
fession".


MAY 1939


NUMBER 5


ATTEND THE

SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING
THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS
MAY 20, 1939

PEABODY HALL, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA,
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
REGISTRATION AT 9 A. M.



ATTEND THE

SHORT COURSE FOR ARCHITECTS
MAY 18-19, 1939
HOTEL THOMAS
733 NORTH VIRGINIA AVENUE
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA


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UNIVERSITY NEWS SERVICE
Special to The F. A. A. Bulletin
Frank Wright, Director
GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION,
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
B. C. Riley, Dean. W. K. Mitchell, Head, Auditory Instruction
SHORT COURSE FOR ARCHITECTS The
General Extension Division, with the cooperation of
The Florida Association of Architects, will conduct a
Short Course for Architects in Gainesville on May 18
and 19 . Followed by the semi-annual meeting on
May 20 . O. C. R. Stageberg, Chairman of The F.
A. A. Committee on Education, has assisted in plan-
ning the program . The course is designed for
Florida architects . Lectures will be given by out-
standing Florida professional men . Included in the
instruction are the following: "Public School Design".
James W Stripling, Department of Public Instruction,
Tallahassee . "City Planning", Rudolph Weaver,
Director of the School of Architecture and Allied Arts,
University of Florida . "Architectural Acoustics",
Frederick W. Bucky, Jr., Jacksonville architect .
"Modern Interiors in Color", (Illustrated) John L. R.
Grand, School of Architecture and Allied Arts, Univer-
sity of Florida . "Laws Affecting the Pract:ce of
Architecture", Francis M. Holt, well known attorney
of Jacksonville . "Property Evaluation", C. Walton
Rex, Real Estate Appraiser, Orlando. . "Founda-
tions", N. W. Green, Consulting Engineer, Jackson-
ville . "Effects With Southern Planting", Prentiss
French, Landscape Architect, Sarasota and Glendale,
Massachusetts . "Financing Building Projects", O.
C. R. Stageberg, Architect, Gainesville . "Specifica-
tion Writing for Florida Architects", Henry P. Whit-
worth, Architect, Miami . "Architectural Super-
vision", Guy W. Fulton, Chief Draftsman, OTfice of
the Architect to the Board of Control, University of
Florida . "Recent Influences on Hotel Design", an
illustrated lecture by Henry Hohauser, Architect, Mi-
ami . Moving picture, "We are All Artists", pro-
duced by the Harmon Foundation, New York City .
W. Kenneth Miller, Orlando Architect, will be the
toastmster at the Informal Banquet. . The School
of Architecture and Allied Arts will feature an exhibit
of student work . visit the corridor, third floor, Pea-
body Hall, University Campus.


Fellows, this is the FIRST short course for architects
and while the program represents a pile of work by
your Education and Publicity Committee, the result and
the possibility of holding similar short courses each year
depend entirely upon your support by attendance .
Let's make it a regular occasion.





THANKS . The number of letters praising the
Bulletin is evidence that all copies are not consigned
to the waste basket before reading . and so we
thank you for your interest and congratulations, gentle-
men.
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MORE CHUCKLES: Evidently you like a bit of
nonsense in with the more serious topics . It's OK
by me . So we give you a few more copies of re-
ports turned in by social security investigators . .as
requested.
Applicant has one child, Lillian, who is three months
old and owes twelve months' rent.
Nice quiet family. Dorothy has been out since July.
Sophie is married to a sailor and her whereabouts are
unknown.
Couple breaking up home, friends helping.
Man aggressive-has nine children.
These people are extremely cultured. Something
should be done about this condition.
Since Christmas family has been living on a Demo-
cratic club basket.
Man recently had operation, but is able to hold any
position he assumes.

CORAL GABLES . The Coral Gables Architects'
Association have completed plans for presenting an an-
nual award for the best house built in Coral Gables dur-
ing the year and also for the best landscaped property.
Best house award limited to new homes but landscaping
competition is wide open and providing keen rivalry
. .Miss Marion I. Manley, is chairman of the com-
mittee . She is one of our regular members and Sec-
cetary-Treasurer of The Florida South Chapter, The
American Institute of Architects.

AWARDS . Since the above news was received
we see by the Maimi Daily News that the contest has
ended with the following awards:
Class 1-One family dwelling, 17,000 cubic feet or
less: Robert Fitch Smith, Award of Honor.
Upton C. Ewing, Award of Merit.
Class 2-One family dwelling, 17,000-23,000 cubic
feet: Upton C. Ewing, Award of Honor.
H. George Fink, Award of Merit.
Howard Knight, Award of Merit.
Class 3--One family dwelling, 23,000 cubic feet or
over: Upton C. Ewing, Award of Honor.
Carl Apuzzo, Award of Merit.
William Merriam, Award of Merit.
Class 4-Multi-family dwelling, all sizes: Upton C.
Ewing, Award of Honor.
Class 5--Grounds and landscaping, large or small,
old or new: Harry Harris home, Award of Honor.
Knoedler residence, Award of Merit.
George Roope residence, Award of Merit.






JURY ON AWARDS: Robert M. Little, August
Geiger, Robert Law Weed, Denman Fink, Architects;
Fred B. Stresau, Landscape Architect . 120 entries
kept 'em busy.
When Upton heard the news that four of the homes
he designed won awards he just naturally curled up
and went to bed . Then along came the doctor who
said it wasn't honoritis at all, but-of all things-
diphtheria. He is getting along OK and will probably
be out when this appears in print-meanwhile he's fit
to be tied.


Should be some materially interesting exhibits from
Coral Gables at the Annual Exhibit next December.


TRINIDAD ... William G. Brown, our newest mem-
ber from Port-of-Spain, nonchalantly skips over to
Venezuela after additional work . Going to gather
some photos and send in an article on Trinidad . .
Pictures for the Annual Exhibition, and the article for
the Bulletin . Thanks, Will, and welcome . .
Incidentally sent extra for postage so he will get the
Bulletin via air mail . He'll be there for a couple
more years and should have a fine tan when he returns
.. Good Luck.


We got a "kick" from Edwards and Company's cir-
cular letter starting with "Mr. Conscientious Acrhitect
Who is Expected to Know All".


Address Changes: T. Angus MacEwan, 108 Briar-
cliffe Drive, Tallahassee, Florida.


District 5, G. M. Peck, Director, on the job with
luncheon meetings . Fine attendance . studied and
approved proposed legislation regarding registration
. Volusia County Legislators will work for the
passage of the Bill.


Keep the Legislative Committee informed regarding
replies received from legislators . .Do your bit.


Much as some of us would like to see the next annual
convention held in Havana, Cuba, we must admit it
appears this is not the year for a successful visit based
upon attendance in numbers . However, their invi-
tation and correspondence has been unusually cordial,
showing they are willing to make it a noteworthy event
and you'll have the decision to make at the Semi-Annual
lM eating. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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DISTRICTS To assist architects the counties
comprising the F. A. A. Districts are as follows:
District 1-Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton,
Washington, Holmes, Bay.
District 2-Jackson, Calhoun, Gulf, Franklin,, Lib-
erty, Gadsden, Wakula, Leon, Jefferson, Madison, Tay-
lor.
District 3-Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette, Dixie,
Levy, Union, Gilchrist, Columbia, Bradford, Alachua,
Marion, Baker.
District 4-Nassau, Duval, St. Johns, Clay, Putnam.
District 5-Flagler, Volusia.
District 6-Sumter, Lake, Seminole, Orange.
District 7-Citrus,,Hernando, Pasco, Pinellas, Hills-
borough, Manatee, Sarasota.
District 8-Osceola, Polk, Hardee, Highlands.
District 9--Brevard, Indian River, Okeechobee, St.
Lucie.
District 10-DeSoto, Charlotte, Lee, Glades, Hendry,
Collier.
District 11-Martin, Palm Beach.
District 12-Broward.
District 13-Miami Beach only.
District 14.-Dade County, except Miami Beach.
District 15.-Monroe.

The above was printed in the March Bulletin last
year, but, with legislation pending, we thank Frederick
Scelmann, Chairman of the Legislative Committee, for
suggesting that we give it to you at this time.
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ROSTER OF "PAID-UP" ACTIVE MEMBERS
This list 89-to April 21, 1939
Franklin 0. A dam s ................................................................. T am pa, Florida
R udolph S. A dler ..................................................................... A tlanta, G eorgia
W illiam T. A rnett .................................................................. G ainesville, Florida
Carl N. Atkinson ................................................ St. Petersburg, Florida
L ester A very ....................................... .............................. M iam i, F lorida
Dwight James Baum .............................. Riverdale on Hudson, N. Y.
William G. Brown ........................ Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, B. W. I.
J. H. Bryson .............................. ......... Jacksonville, Florida
Rolland C. Buckley........................................ Arlington, Virginia
F. W. Bucky, Jr .............................. ............... Jacksonville, Florida
Franklin S. Bunch ........................................ ............ Jacksonville, Florida
Edwin H. Clark .............................................. Chicago, Illinois
Bernard W Close ........................................ ............ Jacksonville, Florida
John M ..Crowell ............................................................ Clearwater, Florida
Wellington W. Cummer ....................................... Jacksonville, Florida
Arthur E. Davis, Jr ............................................. Wenonah, New Jersey
E. F. De La Haye ............................................... Daytona Beach, Florida
L. Murray Dixon .................................................. Miami Beach, Florida
W. K. Drake ........................................ ....... Jacksonville, Florida
George Foote Dunham ........................................ ........... Orlando, Florida
Otto R. Eggers ................New York City, N. Y.
Upton C. Ewing ................ .. Coral Gables, Florida
Andrew J. Ferendino ........................................ Miami Beach, Florida
A. Lowther Forrest ........................... St. Petersburg, Florida
F. D. Fullerton ............................. Lakeland, Florida
C. W. Fulwood, Jr. ........................ St. Petersburg, Florida
George Clinton Gamble ........................................ Miami Beach, Florida






August Geiger ................................................................ Miami Beach, Florida
Maurice B. Gill ........................................ ............. Miami Beach, Florida
Sanford W Goin .................................................................. Gianesville, Florida
Mellen C. Greeley ................................................ ......Jacksonville, Florida
Harry M. Griffin ...................................................... Daytona Beach, Florida
Horace Hamlin, Jr .............................................. Miami, Florida
Clyde E. Harris ..................................... ...................... Jacksonville, Florida
R. Daniel Hart ........................................................ Pensacola, Florida
Hal F. Hentz ........................................ ................................. Atlanta, Georgia
Daniel Paul Higgins ................................................ New York City, N. Y.
P. R. L. Hogner ..................................................................... Pittsburgh, Penna.
Henry Hohauser ....................................... ........... Miami Beach, Florida
A. C. Hopkins .................................................................. Jacksonville, Florida
Raymond F. Houlihan .................................................. Chicago, Illinois
R. HI. Hunt ............................................................................... Chattanooga, Tenn.
Louis Kamper ......................................................................... Detroit, Michigan
W illiam P. Katz .................................................... Yonkers, N. Y.
George Camp Keiser ............................................... W inter Park, Florida
F. J. Kennard ............................ ...................... Tampa, Florida
Arthur Laidler-Jones .......................................... Coconut Grove, Florida
Robert M. Little .......................................................... Miami Beach, Florida
Laurence M. Loeb .......................................................... W white Plains, N. Y.
Bayard C. Lukens .............................................................. Hollywood, Florida
Gustav A. Maass ............................................................ Palm Beach, Florida
Alan J. MacDonbugh ................................ Daytona Beach, Florida
W. Mulford Marsh .................... ................. ........ Jacksonville, Florida
Clarence A. Martin .................................................................. Sarasota, Florida
Nat O. Matson ............................................ ............... W white Plains, N. Y.
W illiam A. McCarty .......................................................... Miami, Florida
Stephen H. Zacher ..................................................... Miami Beach, Florida
Russell T. Pancoast ...................................................... Miami Beach, Florida
G M P eek ....................................................................................... D eL and, F lorida
Henry G. Perring ..................................................... Baltimore, Maryland
John E. Pierson ....................................................... Gainesville, Florida
Gerard Pitt ................................................................................. Miami, Florida
Henry V. Pope ........................................ ............ Delray Beach, Flotida
Max Chas. Price ..................... ............................ Punta Gorda, Florida
W Oakley Raymond .............................................. Coral Gables, Florida
R. B. Rogers ....................................... ................................... Orlando, Florida
T. Triplett Russell ............................................... Miami Beach, Florida
Albert Moore Saxe ................................................... Sarasota, Florida
H. F.,Saxelbye ............................................ ....... Jacksonville, Florida
LeeRoy Sheftall .............. ..................................... Jacksonville, Florida
S. L. Shepherd .................................... ............. St. Louis, Missouri
Norman F. Six ............................ .................... Tampa, Florida
Ivan H. Smith ................................... .............. Jacksonville, Florida
Robert Fitch Smith ....................................................................... Miami, Florida
Arnold Southwell .................................................. Miami Beach, Florida
Hans R. Stamm ............................................... W ashington, D. C.
Cedric Start ...................................................................... Hollywood, Florida
Courtney Stewart .................................................. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
W illiam L. Stoddard ............................................. New York City, N. Y.
B. Robert Swartburg ......................................... New York City, N. Y.
Henry L. Taylor .................................................. St. Petersburg, Florida
Ralph S. Twitchell ....................................... ............... Sarasota, Florida
John L. Volk ............................ .................... Palm Beach, Florida
George Julian Votaw ...................................... Palm Beach, Florida
R. L. Weakley ..................................................................... Miami, Florida
Rudolph W eaver ......................... ...................... Gainesville, Florida
Robert Law W eed .................................................................Miami, Florida
Arthur L. W illiams .................................... ................ Tavares, Florida
Chandler C. Yonge ................................................ .. Pensacola, Florida


See you in Gainesville
Sincerely,

E. F. DE LA HAYE, Sec'y-Treas.
The Florida Association of Architects




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