RALPH WALKER: THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, 1921-1941

By: American Institute of Architects

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64p. Cover scraped and chipped with a 2" tear on top of spine and former owner's embossed stamp on front. Part V present in separate wraps with quite a few chips and scrapes. Walker's response to the American Institute of Architects following his resignation (or suspension) from the organization, which was precipitated by the accusation that a member of his firm took a contract already belonging to another firm. This self-published piece contains history and a partial review of Walker's contribution to the profession, a review of the procedures leading up to his suspension, and the moral issues involved. (9-3/4"x7-3/4")

Title: RALPH WALKER: THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS, 1921-1941

Author Name: American Institute of Architects

Categories: ARCHITECTURE & BUILDING,

Publisher: Self-published: 1961

Binding: Stiff Wraps

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: P5362

Keywords: Ralph Walker American United States Architecture American Institute Architects