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The Institution's Sixtieth Anniversary Celebrations

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The Institution's Sixtieth Anniversary Celebrations
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A message of congratulations and good wishes to the 13,000 members of the Institution
from HRH Prince Philip, an Honorary Member, was read to the 400 guests who assembled at the Luncheon at the Dorchester Hotel in London on 20 March last to mark the 60th Anniversary of the Institution's formation in 1908. Among the many distinguished guests were Professor Pier Luigi Nervi and his wife who were making one of their rare visits to London for the occasion.

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