Structural Engineering Overseas - 1920-1934 New Zealand (South Island)

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Structural Engineering Overseas - 1920-1934 New Zealand (South Island)

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Structural Engineering Overseas - 1920-1934 New Zealand (South Island)
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Calvert, G C

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THE South Island of New Zealand is over 500 miles in length, and varies in width from 100 to 150 miles, with a population of about 500,000. G.C. Calvert

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