The September 1922 issue of Pencil Points announced that William Macy Stanton and Stanley P. Stewart of the Department of Architecture of the University of Illinois "have resigned to enter the practice of architecture in Philadelphia. Both men are licensed architects in Illinois, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey." Potter subsequently appears in the Philadelphia city directories from 1923 to 1930. In 1930 the AIA noted that Stewart was residing in Riverton, NJ.
He had joined the AIA in 1923. When the Institute published its Annuary of 1945-1946, Potter was not listed.
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