The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 4 (1926) > Issues > Issue 1 > Works for the Relief of Unemployment
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Works for the Relief of Unemployment

York, with its populstion of 86,000, like most other towns, has suffered from the depression in trade following the War, and in consequence many of its citizens have been unable to find employment. F.W. Spurr

Author(s): Spurr, F W

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