The Annual Dinner

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The Annual Dinner

The Structural Engineer
The Annual Dinner
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Faber, Oscar

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This is Fred May’s impression of some of the members and guests present at the Annual Dinner of the Institution, which was held at the Dorchester Hotel, London, W., on the 23rd March. The sketch is reproduced by courtesy of “The Architects’ Journal.”

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