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The Collaboration of the Architect and Engineer in Post-War Building

IN the romance of Ancient History, mention is made about a certain Philonicus who offered for sale, to Phillip, a horse, vicious, and Posessing a great temper. The story continues that Phillip was displeased, but that a young man named Alexander, who had witnessed the unavailing efforts of the groomsman, exclaimed: "What a horse they are losing, for want of skill and spirit to manage him !" Henry Elder

Author(s): Elder, Henry