The purpose of the National Housing Association is to improve housing conditions in every practicable way. The Association also organizes associations and committees. It gives aid in educational campaigns, in the drafting, enacting, and enforcement of housing legislation, in the organization of improved housing companies, and also in continuing the work after the good standards have been established. The Association holds housing institutes in various sections of the country and an annual housing conference. It serves as a clearing house for information and publishes literature dealing with housing subjects. Its quarterly, Housing, contains information on housing development and housing progress. The Association is located at 105 East Twenty-second Street, New York City. Officers: Robert W. de Forest, president; John M. Glenn, treasurer; and Lawrence Veiller, secretary and director.