Journal of the American Institute of Architects was an architecture journal published in the 20th century by the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Journal of the American Institute of Architects began in 1913, replacing the AIA's previous "Quarterly Bulletin". The journal ran until 1928, replaced the next year by "The Octagon", which then reclaimed the "Journal of the American Institute of Architects" name in 1944. That run of the journal lasted until 1957, when it was renamed "AIA Journal". No copyright renewals were filed for any of the JAIA issues, but AIA Journal issues were renewed starting in 1961. The periodical was known as "Architecture: The AIA Journal" in 2006, when it ceased publication.
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