The History and Progress of the Institution of Structural Englineers

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The History and Progress of the Institution of Structural Englineers

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The History and Progress of the Institution of Structural Englineers
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Fox, C H

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Fox, C H

AT this time, when the Institution is celebrating the grant by His Majesty the King of a Royal Charter of Incorporation, it is, perhaps, pardonable to review briefly the history of the Institution and its progress during the first twenty-six years of its existence. From small beginnings the Institution has progressed steadily but rapidly,
until now it takes its place amongst the great professional Institutions without any feeling of inferiority. This position has been worthily won by the self-denying work
of a great number of members, many holding the highest positions in the profession.

Lt.-Col. C.H. Fox

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