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"Acting Supervising Architect Wetmore is not and never was an architect. When Supervising Architect Oscar Wenderoth resigned in 1915, Cog Wetmore agreed to take over his job 'temporarily.' Through Wilson, Harding, Coolidge, Hoover and the first hectic year of Roosevelt II he continued to function 'temporarily.' Because he was not an architect, he would not allow his title to be other than Acting Supervising Architect and, as such, his name appears on some 2,000 Federal cornerstones."
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