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The President, 1954- 1955


The Structural Engineer
The President, 1954- 1955
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Dr. S. B. Hamilton, whom the Institution welcomes as President for the Session 1954-55, brings to his office a wide and varied experience in several spheres of structural engineering- in research, in education, and in the practical work of everyday engineering.

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