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A Few Gleanings from the History of Structural Engineering

It has been announced that I am to write a Presidential Address, but I do not propose to do anything of the kind. I propose putting forward some thoughts under the title of "A Few Gleanings from the History of Structural Engineering," which I hope may be found to be interesting. Lt. Col. J. Mitchell Moncrieff