Architecture Sketches Made Today
Sketches for the Julia Amory Appleton Fellowship in Architecture are to be made in Walter Hastings Hall today. The final drawings in the competition are due on April 7. This fellowship was established in 1906 by Mr. Charles F. McKim, of New York, through a gift of $20,000 as the permanent foundation for a travelling fellowship in architecture, to be called in memory of his wife the Julia Amory Appleton Fellowship, with an annual stipend of $1,000.
The competition for this fellowship is open to those who have received the degree of masters in architecture from the University. Twelve hours will be allowed for the preliminary sketches after the problem has been proposed. During the three weeks preparation of the final drawing, the privileges of the Architectural School will be extended to all candidates.
The winner of the fellowship will be required to spend at least one year in travel and study in Europe, under the general direction of the Council of the School. With certain conditions he will have the right of entering and the privilege of working under the direction of the American Academy in Rome.