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Some Historical Notes on the Applications of Iron and Steel to the Building Construction

I became interested in the history of iron and steel building construction about six years ago when I found myself unable to get definite answers to what I thought were two simple questions. W. Basil Scott

Author(s): Scott, W Basil

Keywords: iron;steel;frames;HISTORY