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A Servant of Good Architecture

At the invitation of the Council, Mr. Edmund Happold (F) prepared a paper 'The Household Cavalry Barracks, Knightsbridge' for presentation at the Public Works Congress in November 1970 in the session sponsored by the Institution. The text of the paper and of the discussion among the small audience that followed its presentation appears in the Conference Proceedings which is shortly to be published. Edmund Happold