The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 13 (1935) > Issues > Issue 1 > Structural Engineering Overseas - 1920-1934 New Zealand (North Island)
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Structural Engineering Overseas - 1920-1934 New Zealand (North Island)

It is essential for those not familiar with New Zealand conditions to remember that the North Island has a population which even now is only about one million, and that less than one hundred years ago the main area was still under dense virgin forest. S. Irwin Crookes

Author(s): Calvert, G C

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