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The President 1976-77

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The President 1976-77
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In 1976-77, for the fourth time in the history of the Institution, a member from Yorkshire will take office as President. Wilfred Eastwood, BEng, PhD, CEng, FIStructE, FlCE succeeds Mr. Peter Mason and will give his Presidential Address 'Teaching and practice' at an Ordinary Meeting at 11 Upper Belgrave Street, London SWlX 8BH on Thursday 7 October 1976 at 6 pm.

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