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Flippen D. Burge

Flippen D. Burge, American architect. Served in the United States Navy, World War.; Member American Institute Architects (former secretary for Georgia Chapter), Beta Theta Pi.; Club: Piedmont Driving (Atlanta). Architects for Dunkler Hotels, American Bakeries and Reigel Cotton Mills.

Background

  • Burge, Flippen D. was born on December 6, 1894 in Corinth, Mississippi, United States. Son of John David and Decie (Flippen) Burge.

  • Education

    • Preparatory education, Montgomery Bell Academy, Nashville, Tennessee. Bachelor of Science, Georgia School of Technology, 1916.

    Career

    • 1 son, Charles Daniel. Began as draftsman Arthur Tufts Company, Atlanta, 1916. In general practice architecture since 1919.

      Now member Burge & Stevens. Firm architects for Techwood Homes (1st federal slum clearance project), Atlanta. Also 3 other such projects.

      Architects and engrs., airports, Savannah, Georgia, Meridian, Mississippi, Bainbridge, Georgia, Ozark, Alabama, Sylvania, Georgia, government hospitals at Augusta and Atlanta, Georgia.

    Religion

    Denomination: Baptist

    Membership

    Served in the United States Navy, World War. Member American Institute Architects (former secretary for Georgia Chapter), Beta Theta Pi. Club: Piedmont Driving (Atlanta).

    Architects for Dunkler Hotels, American Bakeries and Reigel Cotton Mills.

    Connections

    • Married Tyler Daniel, November 6, 1917.
    • father: John David Burge
    • mother: Decie (Flippen) Burge
    • spouse: Tyler Daniel
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    Born December 6, 1894
    Died April 22, 1946
    (aged 51)
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