The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 22 (1944) > Issues > Issue 4 > Professional Engineer and Architect Registration Laws in the State of Ohio
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Professional Engineer and Architect Registration Laws in the State of Ohio

I would like first to express my appreciation of your kindness in inviting me to meet with you to-day. My military service at the present time is something in the order of two years, about half of which time has been spent in your country. Even over a period as brief as two years there are times when military life becomes somewhat monotonous, so that I have looked forward to this meeting this noon as a brief vacation in civilian life, and I am now thoroughly enjoying that vacation. Captain C.M. Barber