The Construction of 240 ft. Clear Span Sheds for Aircraft Production Discussion of Mr. John G. Faber
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The Construction of 240 ft. Clear Span Sheds for Aircraft Production Discussion of Mr. John G. Faber

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The Construction of 240 ft. Clear Span Sheds for Aircraft Production Discussion of Mr. John G. Faber
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THE PRESIDENT proposed a heartv vote of thanks to Mr. Faber for his most interesting paper.

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