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Annual Dinner 1988: President's Address

The text of the address given by the President, Keith White, at the Institution’s annual dinner at Guildhall, City of London, on 6 May 1988, in response to the toast to the Institution proposed by the Rt. Hon. The Baroness Elles. May I first, on behalf of the members of my Institution and, I am sure, on the part of our guests too, express our sincere appreciation to you, Baroness, for speaking to us this evening and in proposing the toast to the Institution of Structural Engineers, so ably and so eloquently.