Presidential address - session 1955-1956: Twenty-one years' progress as a chartered institution

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Presidential address - session 1955-1956: Twenty-one years' progress as a chartered institution

The Structural Engineer
Presidential address - session 1955-1956: Twenty-one years' progress as a chartered institution
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1. Preliminary ON 4th May, 1934, a Royal Charter of Incorporation was conferred upon the Institution of Structural Engineers by his late Majesty, King George V.

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