1922-08-26-66 Herman Braem
IPX HI PITS in the El Paso Builders’, association quarters. 226 North ) Mesa avenue, basement of Security Uank & Trust company, with special j appeals to women, were urged by Krakauer at the meeting of .1 uli u the association in its quarters Friday night to discuss the formal opening September 1. 31 r. Ivrnlcniier ni*<o urtred identification of each member of the nx- *or*intion on hi* Htationery, ko those to whom correspondence * h sent will re«>»j;iiis(e the sender ns ;t stanilnnl builder or fmilding lunterlnl mnn. On motion of R. E, McKee, visiting hours by members were set at Saturday afternoons. 2 to 4 ociock. Attendance at the rooms was urged. W ho Was* There. President J. E, Morgan was in charge of the maeting. Secretary <b~-orge W. Herlin kept the minutes. Others present were Herman Braem, T. H. Frazier. P. A. Ramey, Charles Harcourt. Ben P. Dubinski, Charles H. Weeks, Pat Guheen. Ted Bartlett, J. F. Driscoll, William L. Benton. William C. Hepburn. Julius Krakauer. R. K. McKee, E. A. Caddy and A. F. Janke.