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Flippen D. Burge

architect.

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.

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