Author: Harvey, William
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It is a melancholy task to have to record within the space of a short three months, the death of yet another Past President of the Institution of Structural Engineers,
again at the early age of fifty years.
On the completion of the reading of his paper the Author added some supplementary remarks. He first mentioned that he should have stated in his paper that his firm, to whom he had referred, was Messrs. J. Mitchell Moncrieff & Partners, of Westminster.
Readers of The structural Engineer will perhaps recollect that there appeared in the 1925 issues of this journal a series of articles entitled "Great Engineers." In these chapters I devoted myself to an appreciation of the work achieved by some famous practicioners of the art of engineering.
A. Trystan Edawards