AIA Columbus

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AIA Columbus is a chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Founded in 1913, it is one of the largest urban components of the American Institute of Architects in the Midwestern United States, with members throughout Central and Southeastern Ohio.

The Columbus Chapter serves a 32-county area, including Ashland, Athens, Coshocton, Crawford, Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Gallia, Guernsey, Hocking, Jackson, Knox, Lawrence, Licking, Madison, Marion, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, Morrow, Muskingum, Noble, Perry, Pickaway, Pike, Richland, Ross, Scioto, Union, Vinton, Washington, and Wyandot counties.[1] The Chapter has approximately 700 members and affiliated members, and is the largest of seven components in the State of Ohio. It seeks to be the authoritative source for information on the built environment and to be the credible voice of the profession.[2] The Chapter is headquartered in the capital city of Columbus, currently in the Center for Architecture at 50 West Town Street, Suite 110, in the historic Lazarus building.

History[edit]

The Chapter was preceded by an organization called the Columbus Society of Architects, begun circa 1909, with Frank L. Packard, FAIA, as its president. The organization had 45 members, developed a sketch club among the city's draftsmen, and formed a committee for the purpose of establishing a connection with the Institute.[3]

The location of the Chapter's Charter is currently unknown, therefore no verifiable evidence of the names of Charter Members exists. However, the 1914 Annuary, or directory of AIA Members, lists as a Fellow: Frank L. Packard, and as Members: C. W. Bellows, G. H. Bulford, A. A. Dole, F. W. Elliott, O. D. Howard, Carl Eugene Howell, Charles L. Inscho, C. E. Howell (duplicate), J. E. McCarty, Roy J. Merriam, C. E. Richards, and J. W. Thomas, Jr. In addition to the Institute Members, there were 18 Non-Institute or Chapter Members. Early Chapter Members on the Annual Reports to the Institute included Ralph Snyder and Otto C. Darst. This category of membership was abolished by Institute Convention in 1916.

The Chapter was originally organized as a For-Profit Corporation (prior to the establishment of Ohio's non-profit corporate laws) on May 7, 1913.[4] The Chapter was chartered by the American Institute of Architects on May 21, 1913.[5] On April 23, 1959, the chapter filed articles of incorporation as a Not For Profit Corporation with the Ohio secretary of state.[6][7]

Foundation[edit]

In 1974, the Chapter established a 501(c)(3) organization to encourage knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the built environment of the Columbus, Ohio metropolitan area; to produce a guide to its architectural heritage; to establish and maintain an archive for collecting and disseminating information relative to its development; and to receive and maintain funds relative to its exempt purposes. The original name was "Foundation of The Columbus Chapter of The American Institute of Architects" according to the original Articles of Incorporation accepted by the Secretary of State on December 4, 1974. The name was changed to "Columbus Architecture Foundation" on October 9, 1978.[8] On August 1, 2011 the foundation name was changed to "Center for Architecture and Design".[9]

The first tangible project produced by the foundation was a coffee table book titled Architecture: Columbus, self-published in 1976.[10] In 2008, a second publication titled The AIA Guide to Columbus was published by Ohio University Press.[11]

Strategic Plans[edit]

In 1999, the Chapter developed its first known strategic plan. One objective of the 1999 plan included the engagement of a media consultant to coordinate the Chapter's public outreach efforts. In 2002, the chapter developed Architecture Columbus, an annual signature series of events that celebrated outstanding architecture and design and its role in enhancing a community’s quality of life, including three separate programs held over two days.[12] In 2008, the Chapter revisited the plan and developed a new direction for public outreach that included establishing a Center for Architecture and Design.[13] The Strategic Plan may be viewed in the 2008 Year in Review at http://issuu.com/aiacolumbus/docs/yir_2008.

Leadership[edit]

The officers of AIA Columbus were as follows:

Year President Vice President(s) Secretary-Treasurer Executive Committee Member(s)
Initial[14] George H. Bulford (1870–1942) Frank L. Packard J. W. Thomas, Jr.
1913 Charles L. Inscho[15] (1875–1959) C. W. Bellows
1914[16] Joel E. McCarty (1856–1952) A. M. Allen C. W. Bellows
1915[17] C. Walter Bellows (1868-1942) Charles St. John Chubb, Jr. George H. Bulford
1916[18] Clarence E. Richards (1865–1921) R. Z. Dawson Charles L. Inscho
1917[19] Charles St. John Chubb, Jr. (1881–1959) H. W. Lum C. E. Richards
1918 Charles St. John Chubb, Jr. Frank L. Packard C. E. Richards
1919[20] Frank L. Packard, FAIA (1866–1923) Charles St. John Chubb C. E. Richards
1920 Joseph N. Bradford (1860–1943) C. W. Bellows Charles L. Inscho
1921 George H. Bulford / H. D. Smith Orlando C. Miller Charles L. Inscho
1922 Wilfred A. Paine ( -1943) J. Upton Gribben Robert R. Reeves
1923 Wilfred A. Paine ( -1943) J. Upton Gribben Robert R. Reeves
1924 Wilfred A. Paine ( -1943) Robert R. Reeves C. E. Richards (1892–1957)
1925 Robert R. Reeves (1887–1937) W. C. Ronan C. E. Richards (1892–1957)
1926 Robert R. Reeves (1887–1937) Herbert Baumer J. Edgar Outcalt The Officers, W. A. Paine, H. D. Smith
1927 Howard Dwight Smith, FAIA (1886–1958) C. E. Richards (1892–1957) M. L. Millspaugh The Officers, R. R. Reeves, H. Baumer
1928[21] Howard Dwight Smith, FAIA (1886–1958) Herbert Baumer M. L. Millspaugh / W. A. Paine The Officers, R. R. Reeves, C. L. Inscho
1929[22] Daniel A. Carmichael ( -1952) J. Upton Gribben, Herbert S. Jones W. A. Paine (R. C. Kemption, Executive Secretary) The Officers, C. L. Inscho, H. D. Smith
1930[23] Daniel A. Carmichael ( -1952) J. Upton Gribben, Herbert S. Jones W. A. Paine (R. C. Kemption, Executive Secretary) The Officers, H. D. Smith, O. C. Miller
1931[24] Wilbert C. Ronan (1887–1973) Charles L. Inscho R. C. Kempton The Officers, O. C. Miller, D. A. Carmichael
1932[25] Wilbert C. Ronan (1887–1973) Charles L. Inscho R. C. Kempton The Officers, D. A. Carmichael, Galen. F. Oman
1933[26] Charles L. Inscho (1875–1959) Galen F. Oman R. C. Kempton The Officers, W. C. Ronan, Kyle W. Armstrong
1934[27] Charles L. Inscho (1875–1959) Galen F. Oman R. C. Kempton The Officers, W. C. Ronan, Kyle W. Armstrong
1935[28] Galen F. Oman (1898–1981) Kyle W. Armstrong R. C. Kempton The Officers, Charles L. Inscho, Harry F. Reichard
1936[29] Galen F. Oman (1898–1981) Kyle W. Armstrong R. C. Kempton The Officers, Charles L. Inscho, Harry F. Reichard
1937 Kyle W. Armstrong ( -1976) Harry F. Reichard R. C. Kempton The Officers, Edward Kromer, Galen F. Oman
1938[30] Kyle W. Armstrong ( -1976) Harry F. Reichard Ralph C. Kempton The Officers, Edward Kromer, Galen F. Oman
1939[31] Harry F. Reichard (1890–1974) Edward Kromer Ralph C. Kempton The Officers, Kyle W. Armstrong. E. E. Eggert
1940[32] Edward Kromer ( -c1979) John Quincy Adams R. C. Kempton The Officers, E. E. Eggert, Harry F. Reichard
1941[33] John Quincy Adams ( -1968) Efflo E. Eggert R. C. Kempton The Officers, Walter E. Pettit, Edward Kromer
Year President Vice President Treasurer Secretary
1942[34] Efflo Eugene Eggert (1901–1968) Walter E. Pettit Charles W. Cloud Raymond D. Goller
1943[35] Carl E. Meinhardt (1907-c1978) Ray Sims Charles W. Cloud Raymond D. Goller
1944[36] Raymond D. Goller (1897–1977) Thomas E. Brand Curtiss C. Inscho Timothy G. Armstrong
1945[37] C. Curtiss Inscho (c1912-1997) Thomas E. Brand Marion A. Carter Gilbert H. Coddington
1946 C. Curtiss Inscho (c1912-1997) Earl F. Cleland Marion A. Carter William F. Breidenbach
1947 Galen F. Oman (1898–1981) Earl F. Cleland Richard L. Tully/Marion A. Carter Charles W. Cloud
1948[38] Richard L. Tully, FAIA (1911–2001) Fayne F. Freshwater Robert R. Reeves, Jr. John M. Seidel
1949[39] Gilbert H. Coddington, FAIA (1907–1995) John M. Seidel George L. Tilley Robert R. Reeves, Jr.
1950[40] Charles W. Cloud (1893–1977) William E. Linch C. Melvin Frank Louis F. Karlsberger
1951[41] William E. Linch (1895–1974) C. Melvin Frank Harry Phillian Louis F. Karlsberger
1952[42] Frederick H. Hobbs, Jr., FAIA (1909-c1982) William F. Breidenbach Edward A. Ramsey George F. Tilley
1953[43] Edward A. Ramsey (1892-c1987) Emil C. Fischer Leon Seligson Henry M. Abbot
1954[44] John P. Schooley, Sr. (1899–1966) Emil C. Fischer Albert F. Tynan David A. Pierce
1955 David A. Pierce (1917–2009) David A. Pierce Albert F. Tynan H. James Holroyd
1956 Albert F. Tynan (1914–1986) H. James Holroyd Loren J. Staker
1957 H. James Holroyd, FAIA (1920–2000) Gerald L. Emerick Noverre Musson Loren J. Staker
1958 Gerald L. Emerick (1914–2001) Loren J. Staker John M. Seidel/Noverre Musson James J. Foley
1959 Loren J. Staker (1920- ) Noverre Musson James J. Foley John M. Seidel
1960 Noverre Musson, FAIA (1910–1988) John M. Seidel Robert H. Myers?
1961 John M. Seidel (1918- ) Richard Henry Eiselt? Robert H. Myers? Robert H. Myers?
1962 Robert H. Myers (1928- )/Richard Henry Eiselt? Robert H. Myers?
1963 James J. Foley, FAIA (1922–1999)/Robert H. Myers? William Liebersbach
1964 Dan A. Carmichael, Jr. (1918- ) William Liebersbach
1965 Richard H. Eiselt (1928- ) William Liebersbach Thomas Zaugg? Thomas Zaugg?
1966 William A. Liebersbach (1921-c1971) Thomas Zaugg W. Bryon Ireland John P. Albert, Jr.
1967 Thomas Gene Zaugg (1917–1994) John P. Albert, Jr. William McDonald W. Byron Ireland
1968 John Paul Albert, Jr. ( -c1982)
1969 W. Byron Ireland, FAIA (1930-c1981) J. Lynn Thomas
1970 William R. McDonald ( - ) Charles A. Nitschke J. Lynn Thomas
1971 Ted Granzow ( - )
1972[45] J. Lynn Thomas (1925–2009) Charles A. Nitschke Kent Brandt Julius Blum
1973[46] Charles A(lbert) Nitschke (1928- ) Julius Blum John P. Schooley, Jr. Kent Brandt
1974[47] Julius Blum (1930–2003) Kent Brandt Howard D. Smith John P. Schooley, Jr.
1975 Kent H. Brandt ( - ) John P. Schooley, Jr. Robert Wandel Howard D. Smith
1976[48] John P. Schooley, Jr., FAIA (1928–2009) Howard D. Smith Mark G. Feinknopf Robert Wandel
1977 Howard Daniel Smith[49] ( - ) Robert Wandel Ray Harpham Mark G. Feinknopf
1978 Robert Wandel[50] ( - ) Mark G. Feinknopf Ray Harpham Phillip T. Markwood
1979 Mark G. Feinknopf ( - ) Ray Harpham Phillip T. Markwood Dellas Harder
1980 Ray Harpham ( - ) Phillip T. Markwood Dellas Harder Jack Huddle
1981 Phillip T. Markwood, FAIA ( - ) Dellas Harder Jack Huddle Harold Weithman
1982 Dellas Harder, FAIA ( - ) Jack Huddle Harold Weithman Gerry Bird
1983 Jack Huddle ( - ) Harold Weithman Gerry Bird Jean Gordon
1984 Harold Weithman (1937- ) Gerry Bird Jean Gordon Joel Snyder
1985 Gerry Bird ( - ) Jean Gordon Joel Snyder Larry Browne
1986 Jean Gordon ( - ) Joel Snyder Larry Browne Ted Goodman
1987 Joel Snyder ( - ) Larry Browne Ted Goodman Joe Sullivan
1988 Larry Browne ( - ) Ted Goodman Joe Sullivan Tim Rini
1989 Ted Goodman (1942- ) Joe Sullivan Tim Rini Lee Martin
1990 Joe Sullivan ( - ) Tim Rini Lee Martin Thomas B. Ford
1991 Tim Rini ( - ) Lee Martin Thomas B. Ford Dietmar O. W. Knodt
1992 Lee Martin/Thomas B. Ford Tom Ford/Vacant(?) Dietmar O. W. Knodt Ballard Kirk/Dellas Harder
1993 Thomas B. Ford (1952- ) Dietmar O. W. Knodt George Van Niel Jack Hedge
1994 Dietmar O. W. Knodt (1936–1999) George Van Niel Jack Hedge John Gladden
1995 George Van Niel (1934- ) Jack Hedge John Gladden Rich Pontius
1996 Jack Hedge, FAIA ( - ) John Gladden Rich Pontius Norbert Peiker
1997 John Gladden ( - ) Rich Pontius Norbert Peiker Steve Shinn
1998 Rich Pontius ( - ) Norbert Peiker Steve Shinn David C. Hughes
1999 Norbert A. Peiker (1940- ) Steve Shinn David C. Hughes L. Rider Brice
2000 Steve Shinn ( - ) David C. Hughes L. Rider Brice Gene R. Milhoan
2001 David C. Hughes ( - ) L. Rider Brice Gene R. Milhoan Harvey Z. Schwager
2002 L. Rider Brice ( - ) Gene R. Milhoan Harvey Z. Schwager David Brehm
2003 Gene R. Milhoan (1942- ) Harvey Z. Schwager David Brehm Sandra LaFontaine
2004[51] Harvey Z. Schwager ( - ) David Brehm Sandra LaFontaine Joseph V. Pax
2005[52] David Brehm (1954- ) Sandra LaFontaine Joseph V. Pax Lane J. Beougher
2006[53] Sandra Ann LaFontaine (1968- ) Joseph V. Pax Lane J. Beougher Tim Hawk
2007[54] Joseph Vincent Pax (1965- ) Lane J. Beougher Tim Hawk Peter Macrae
2008[55] Lane Joseph Beougher (1961- ) Tim Hawk Peter Macrae Ruth M. Gless
2009[56] Timothy Curtiss Hawk (1964- ) Peter Macrae Ruth M. Gless James A. Bresler
2010 Peter Macrae ( - ) Ruth M. Gless James A. Bresler John C. Kelleher
2011 Ruth M. Gless ( - ) James A. Bresler John C. Kelleher Jon Barnes
2012 James A. Bresler ( - ) John C. Kelleher Jon Barnes Monica Wangler
2013 John C. Kelleher ( - ) Jon Barnes Monica Wangler David Youse
2014 Jon Barnes ( - ) Monica Wangler David Youse Joe Moss

Note: Dates of death marked "circa" (e.g., c1999) are estimated by the expiration date of the architect's license.

Fellows[edit]

Fellowship is one of the highest honors an AIA member may receive. Members that are elevated to Fellowship become members of the College of Fellows. The Fellows of AIA who were located within the current territory of AIA Columbus, or were its members in alphabetical (last name) order are as follows:

Year Elevated Fellow Name Organization & Location Object/Notes
2005 Peter L. Bardwell[57][58] Peter Bardwell & Associates, Columbus, Ohio Practice
1964 Herbert Baumer[59] ( -1972) Columbus, Ohio Education
1968 Carl Ellsworth Bentz[60] (1911–1997) State Architect and Engineer, Ohio Dept. of Public Works, Columbus, Ohio Public Service
1992 Friedrich K.M. Bohm[61] NBBJ, Columbus, Ohio
1960 Gilbert H. Coddington[62][63] Brooks & Coddington, Columbus, Ohio Design
1889 John F. Cook[64] John F. Cook, Chillicothe, Ohio Became a Fellow of the Western Association of Architects in 1886
2001 Franklin L. Elmer, Jr.[65] (c1943-2012) Lincoln Street Studio, Columbus, Ohio Urban Design
1973 James J. Foley[66] Kellam & Foley, Columbus, Ohio
1889 J.M. Freese[67] Hall & Freese, Columbus, Ohio Became a Fellow of the Western Association of Architects in 1886
1889 Samuel J. Hall[68] Hall & Freese, Columbus, Ohio Became a Fellow of the Western Association of Architects in 1885
1991 Dellas H. Harder[69][70] Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio
2009 John F. Hedge, Jr.[71] DesignGroup, Columbus, Ohio Practice
1967 Frederick Hamlin Hobbs[72] (1909-c1982) Tully & Hobbs, Columbus, Ohio Service to Profession
1969 Harry James Holroyd[73] Holroyd & Myers, Columbus, Ohio
1972 William Byron Ireland[74] W. Byron Ireland & Associates, Columbus, Ohio
1956 Ralph Charles Kempton[75][76] (1888–1974) R.C. Kempton, Columbus, Ohio Service to Institute
1992 Ballard H.T. Kirk[77][78] (1929- ) Columbus Public Schools, Columbus, Ohio
1889 Henry C. Lindsay[79] ( -1902) Henry C. Lindsay, Zanesville, Ohio Became a Fellow of the Western Association of Architects in 1887
1889 Herbert A. Linthwaite[80] Linthwaite & Holbrook, Columbus, Ohio Became a Fellow of the Western Association of Architects in 1885
2001 Robert Livesey[81][82] The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
2002 Robert D. Loversidge[83][84] Schooley Caldwell Associates, Columbus, Ohio
1990 Phillip T. Markwood[85][86] Phillip Markwood Architecture, Columbus, Ohio
1997 Curtis J. Moody[87][88] Moody-Nolan Ltd., Columbus, Ohio
2001 Jill K. Morelli[89][90] The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
1967 Noverre Musson[91][92] (1910–1988) Noverre Musson Associates Inc., Columbus, Ohio Literature
1987 Carole J. Olshavsky[93][94] Office of the State Architect, Ohio Dept. of Administrative Services, Columbus, Ohio Nominated to Fellowship by the Akron Chapter, served as Chancellor of the College of Fellows in 2008
1895 Frank L. Packard[95][96] (1866–1923) Yost & Packard, Columbus, Ohio
1987 Allen Patrick[97] Patrick & Associates Inc., Columbus, Ohio
2002 Norbert Peiker[98][99] MKC Associates, Mansfield, Ohio
1989 Joseph J. Scalabrin[100][101] (1940–2008) RTKL Inc., Baltimore, Maryland/Limited Brands Inc., Columbus, Ohio
1995 John P. Schooley, Jr.[102] (1928–2009) Schooley Caldwell Associates, Columbus, Ohio
1945 Howard Dwight Smith[103] (1886–1958) Howard Dwight Smith/The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio Received 1921 AIA Exhibition Medal in Public Buildings for Ohio Stadium
1889 Eliah Terrell[104] Terrell & Morris, Columbus, Ohio Became a Fellow of the Western Association of Architects in 1884
1982 Richard W. Trott[105] (1937–1990) Trott & Bean Architects, Columbus, Ohio Design and Public Service
1974 Richard L. Tully[106] (1911-c1997) Tully & Hobbs, Columbus, Ohio Service to the Profession and Public Service
1968 Elliott L. Whitaker (1910–1998) The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio Education
1889 Joseph W. Yost[107] (1847–1923) Joseph W. Yost, Columbus, Ohio Became a Fellow of the Western Association of Architects in 1885

Note: Dates of death marked "circa" (e.g., c1999) are estimated by the expiration date of the architect's license.

Organization[edit]

The location of the Chapter has changed but a few times over the years. The address listed on the Chapter's original Articles of Incorporation is 50 West Broad Street, Suite 2440, Columbus 15, Ohio.[108] The building at this address is a 44 story structure built 1924-27, and was originally known as the American Insurance Union Citadel. Designed by C. Howard Crane of Detroit in the Art Moderne style, it is currently known as the LeVeque-Lincoln Tower. At the time of its construction, it was the tallest building in the state, and was known as the "first aerial lighthouse" in the country, as it served as a guide to aviators.[109][110] The original Statutory Agent for the Chapter was listed as Hugh Wait.[111]

In 1976, when the book Architecture: Columbus was published, the Chapter's offices were located at 1631 Northwest Professional Plaza, Columbus, Ohio 43220.[112] These quarters were a more modest suburban style office complex. The Statutory Agent and Executive Director of the Chapter was Inez L. Kirby, Honorary AIA. For a period of time, Ms. Kirby served concurrently as Executive Director of the Columbus Chapter and the Architect's Society of Ohio, currently known as AIA Ohio, A Society of the American Institute of Architects.

In 1999, the Chapter relocated back into the downtown area, directly across West Broad Street from its original quarters. On the Subsequent Appointment of Agent form naming Amy M. Kobe, Honorary AIA,[Executive Director 1997-2004] as the Chapter's Statutory Agent, accepted by the Secretary of State on September 23, 1999, the address is listed as 21 West Broad Street, Suite 200, Columbus, Ohio 43215. The structure at this address is known as the Wyandotte Building, and was built 1894-97. Designed by Daniel Hudson Burnham, FAIA, the eleven story "Chicago School" Commercial Style structure is identified in Architecture: Columbus as the city's first steel-framed skyscraper.[113][114] The Chapter initially occupied the smaller eastern half of the second floor, shared with two elevator shafts. A few years later, the office moved to the larger suite on the western side of the two-story atrium and elevator lobby, with Diane Deane [Executive Director 2004-2008] serving as Executive Director.

A decade later, on December 30, 2009, the chapter moved its offices to much larger quarters at 380 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215. This building is a former automobile dealership (Byers Chrysler-Plymouth), and housed the first home of the Center for Architecture and Design. A juried design competition for the facility was administered by the Columbus Neighborhood Design Assistance Center in early 2009. The competition winner was Lincoln Street Studio. This space proved too ambitious for the capital campaign effort.

In December 2012, after a foundation-led capital campaign and four months of construction, the chapter and foundation moved into new quarters in the Lazarus Government Center operated by the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation (CDDC) at 50 West Town Street, Suite 110, Columbus Ohio. The foundation holds the lease with CDDC and subleases a pro-rated portion of the space to the chapter. The two organizations have a management agreement in place that structures the relationship and use of staff resources.

The Chapter's current Executive Director and Statutory Agent is Gwen Berlekamp [Executive Director 2008 to present], who previously served on staff as the Chapter's Member Services Coordinator. Gwen is also the Executive Director and an ex-officio non-voting member of the foundation's board of trustees.

State Component[edit]

In 1891, there was an Ohio Chapter of the AIA that reported 45 members, including 30 Fellows of the Institute, and described problems with competing with local chapters for membership. The chapter reported that it held one meeting a year. Included in the Fellows were J.M. Freese, H.A. Linthwaite, and J.W. Yost of Columbus. The report also indicated that G.H. Maetzel of Columbus died in the previous year.[115] At the Annual Convention in 1892, J. W. Yost of Columbus offered a resolution requesting the Board of Directors to suggest to the local chapters that they endeavor to form state organizations that might advance the interests of architects in the various state legislatures. Mr. Yost's motion was seconded and referred to the Board of Directors.[116]

The Chapter is affiliated with a state component currently known as AIA Ohio, A Society of the American Institute of Architects. It was previously called the Architect's Society of Ohio (ASO). The state component was formed shortly after the Chapter, and an item in The Ohio Architect Engineer and Builder identifies January 18 and 19 of 1916 at the Virginia Hotel in Columbus as the first annual meeting of the Ohio Association of Architects, originally organized as the Ohio Association of Chapters of the Institute. Officers included George M. Anderson of Cincinnati, president; C.W. Bellows of Columbus, vice president; and Herbert B. Briggs of Cleveland, secretary-treasurer. The first item of business for the new organization was to advise the Office Building Commission on engaging an advisor for a building proposed for the statehouse grounds.[117] The state component describes itself as a federation of the seven AIA chapters in the state and continues to focus on legislative advocacy issues.[118]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Amended Bylaws of The Columbus Chapter of The American Institute of Architects dated October 21, 2009
  2. ^ http://www.aiacolumbus.org/index.php/home/about-us/our-mission AIA Columbus Mission Statement
  3. ^ The Western Architect, Volume 13; 1909; The Western Architect (Incorporated), Minneapolis, Minnesota; page 2
  4. ^ http://www2.sos.state.oh.us/pls/bsqry/f?p=100:7:0::NO:7:P7_CHARTER_NUM:31399
  5. ^ Letter from Edward. C. Kemper, Institute Executive Secretary dated March 14, 1938 addressed to Kyle W. Armstrong, President of AIA Columbus
  6. ^ http://www2.sos.state.oh.us/pls/bsqry/f?p=100:7:0::NO:7:P7_CHARTER_NUM:280190
  7. ^ http://www.aiacolumbus.org/
  8. ^ http://www2.sos.state.oh.us/pls/bsqry/f?p=100:7:0::NO:7:P7_CHARTER_NUM:460611
  9. ^ "State of Ohio Certificate Document ID 201121401314". Ohio Secretary of State Website. Retrieved 25 April 2014. 
  10. ^ Architecture: Columbus; 1976; Robert E. Samuelson, Pasquale C. Grado, Judith L. Kitchen, and Jeffrey T. Darbee; The Foundation of The Columbus Chapter of The American Institute of Architects, Columbus, Ohio
  11. ^ Darbee, Jeffery T.; Recchie, Nancy A. (August 5, 2008). The AIA Guide to Columbus. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press. ISBN 0821416855. 
  12. ^ http://www.architecturecolumbus.org/
  13. ^ http://www.designishere.org/
  14. ^ Journal of the AIA Vol. 1, No. 7; June 1913; The Board of Directors of The American Institute of Architects, Washington, D.C.; page 304
  15. ^ Architecture: Columbus; 1976; Robert E. Samuelson, Pasquale C. Grado, Judith L. Kitchen, Jeffrey T. Darbee; The Foundation of The Columbus Chapter of The American Institute of Architects, Columbus, Ohio; page 281
  16. ^ American Art Annual; December 1914; American Federation of Arts; page 239
  17. ^ "Columbus O. Chapter, A.I.A. Architects Elect Officers", The American Architect Volume 107; January 6, 1915; The American Architect, Inc., New York, New York; page 13
  18. ^ "Columbus Chapter Elects", The Ohio Architect Engineer & Builder; March 1916; The Ohio News Bureau Company, Cleveland, Ohio; page 23
  19. ^ American Art Annual; December 1917; American Federation of Arts; page 236
  20. ^ American Art Annual; March 1919; American Federation of Arts; page 162
  21. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1927, dated Feb. 10, 1928
  22. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1928, dated Jan. 31, 1929
  23. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1929, dated May. 19, 1930
  24. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1930, dated Jul. 13, 1931
  25. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1931, dated Apr. 9, 1932
  26. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1932, dated May 25, 1933
  27. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1933, dated Apr. 9, 1934
  28. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1934, dated Apr. 20, 1935
  29. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1935, dated Apr. 2, 1936
  30. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1937, dated Feb. 26, 1938
  31. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter for Period from Jan. 1, 1938 to Jan. 1, 1939, dated Apr. 12, 1939
  32. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter for Period from Jan. 1, 1939 to Jan. 1, 1940, dated Feb. 28, 1940
  33. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter for Period from Jan. 1, 1940 to Jan. 1, 1941, dated Feb. 28, 1941
  34. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter for the twelve months ending April 1, 1942, dated May 5th, 1942
  35. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter for the twelve months ending April 1, 1943, dated Apr. 24, 1943
  36. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter for the twelve months ending April 1, 1944, dated Apr. 19, 1944
  37. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter for the twelve months ending April 1, 1945, dated Apr. 15, 1945
  38. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter for the twelve months ending April 1, 1948, dated Apr. 28, 1948
  39. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter for the twelve months ending April 1, 1949, dated May 4, 1949
  40. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter for the twelve months ending April 1, 1950, dated May 4, 1950
  41. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter for the twelve months ending April 1, 1951, dated Apr. 30, 1951
  42. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter, As of July 1, 1952, dated ______, 1952
  43. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter, As of May 1, 1953, dated ______, 1953
  44. ^ Annual Report of the Columbus Chapter, As of May 1, 1954, dated ______, 1954
  45. ^ ASO Annual, Architects' Society of Ohio, 1972
  46. ^ ASO Annual, Architects' Society of Ohio, 1973
  47. ^ ASO Annual, Architects' Society of Ohio, 1974-1975
  48. ^ ASO Annual, Architects' Society of Ohio, 1976
  49. ^ ASO Annual, Architects' Society of Ohio, 1977
  50. ^ ASO Annual, Architects' Society of Ohio, 1978
  51. ^ AIA Ohio Directory of Architects, AIA Ohio - A Society of the American Institute of Architects, 2004
  52. ^ AIA Ohio Directory of Architects, AIA Ohio - A Society of the American Institute of Architects, 2005
  53. ^ AIA Ohio Directory of Architects, AIA Ohio - A Society of the American Institute of Architects, 2006
  54. ^ AIA Ohio Directory of Architects, AIA Ohio - A Society of the American Institute of Architects, 2007
  55. ^ AIA Ohio Directory of Architects, AIA Ohio - A Society of the American Institute of Architects, 2008
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