Morgan McCormick , PhD candidate and professor of Art History at Florida State University. spoke to the Nancy Ward Chapter luncheon meeting about the Architecture of Washington D C.
Ms. McCormick pointed out that the architecture of the new Nation was determined to move away from the English architecture. Greco- Roman columns and a change in shape of the buildings set them apart from the London Houses of government.
Ms. McCormick provided examples of her talk to the ladies. Many noticed that the Early Capital building resembled the early Chattanooga Court House.
Judith Proctor was sworn in as a new member. The members paid a special tribute to the heroes of 9-11 . They also recognized that Constitution week was coming and were asked to share information about the Constitution with as many citizens as possible. Lori Cook, displayed the State Constitution posters that will be placed in schools.