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Brenforce Travelling Scholarship (1927) - Thesis by the Winner

Introduction. After concluding the requisite travel period of forty-two clear days, which I was required to spend on the Continent for the purpose of viewing and reviewing the work of contemporary designers in reinforced concrete, it has been intensely interesting and instructive attempting to convey in some small measure through the medium of this thesis the impressions formed and lessons learned. Johnson Blackett