Pan American Congress of Architects
The Department of State announced on April
5 that the United States will be represented at the
Seventh Pan American Congress of Architects, to
be held at Habana, April 10-16, 1950, by the fol-
Ralph Walker, president, American Institute of Archi-
tects, Voorhees, Walker, Foley and Smith, Architects,
101 Park Avenue, N'ew York City
Glenn Stanton, first vice president, American Institute of
Architects, practicing architect, 20S SW. Starks
Street, Portland, Oreg.
Julian Berla, Berla and Abel, 1636 Connecticut Avenue,
NW, Washington, D.C.
H. Errol Cofln. Colin and Cofln, architects, 125 East 46th
Street, New York City
Samuel Inman Cooper, C