Timbers of the Empire. The Investigations of the Timber Committee of the Imperial Institute

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Timbers of the Empire. The Investigations of the Timber Committee of the Imperial Institute

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Timbers of the Empire. The Investigations of the Timber Committee of the Imperial Institute
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Searles-Wood, H D

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It is the object and aim of the Timber Committee of the Imperial Institute to investigate the timber resources of the Empire, with a view to bringing a selection of these to the notice of the professions and trades who use timber in order to open up fresh sources of supply. H.D. Searles Wood

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