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The second annual jury exhibition of drawings,
photographs, plans, and models by members of the Dallas
Chapter of the American Institute of Architects
Sponsored by the
DALLAS CHAPTER, THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS
The officers of the DALLAS CHAPTER are as follows: President, Arch B.
Swank, Jr.; Vice-President, Terrell R. Harper; Secretary, Clifford Lane;
Treasurer, Harold E. Prinz; Executive Secretary, Mrs. Arch B. Swank, Jr.
The members of the EXHIBITION COMMITTEE are: J. Herschel
Fisher, Chairman; David Rice Braden; William Hidell; Harold Jones;
Joseph F. Gordon.
This catalog was published through the courtesy of the DALLAS
CHAPTER of the PRODUCERS' COUNCIL, a service organization
composed of manufacturers of building products. The objectives of the
Producers' Council are: (1) To encourage greater use of quality build-
ing materials and equipment; (2) To broaden the market for building
products; (3) To bring about improvement in building methods.
Officers for the Dallas Chapter of the Producers' Council are as follows:
Horace Butler, President; M. B. Vifquain, Vice-President; Harry Roberts,
Secretary; H. T. Swanson, Treasurer; Donald E. Sander, Joint Informa-
tion Committee Chairman; H. L. (Pat) O'Brien, Publicity Committee
JURY FOR THE EXHIBITION
THOMAS H. CREIGHTON, Editor of Progressive Architecture.
KATHERINE MORROW FORD, architectural consultant, editor
DONALD BARTHELME, practicing architect and Professor of
Architecture at the University of Houston.
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