Title: Report of Committee on Art and Architecture
Author(s): Albert Moyer, Secretary
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 165-178
In pursuance of the suggestions contained in the report of the Committee at the last Convention, requests have been sent out during the past year for photographs of concrete structures possessing artistic and architectural merit. A great many photographs were received and have been so classified by the Committee, as to give as far as possible equal prominence to the various classes of concrete construction. Two of the most artistic designs of each class are herewith presented.