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Fifty Years of Structural Engineering

AT THE TIME of a Jubilee celebration, whether of a personal birthday, or of the birth of an industry or profession, it is usual and natural for those most concerned to stand aside for a moment from their daily work and look back to compare the conditions of fifty years ago with those of today. Professor Sir Alfred Pugsley