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Housing in the Future. The Structural Engineer to Solve the Problem

AS a very humble member of the great architectural profession, in addressing a few words to them upon the subject of the Institution of Structural Engineers, of which important body Sir Chas. declared that he had the honour to be one of the Vice-Presidents and in the presence of his respected President, he claimed with justifiable pride, that the architect was, in fact, the very earliest structural engineer mentioned in the history of the world. Sir Charles T. Ruthen

Author(s): Ruthen, Sir Charles T

Keywords: housing;concrete;istructe