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The Construction and Equipment of Some Factories at Home and Abroad

These notes, collected over a period of some twenty-five years in Great Britain, Europe, and the United States, are the more interesting items in connection with structures of reinforced concrete and steel and their equipment. H.C. Johnson

Author(s): Johnson, H C

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