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The CHAIRMAN said they were all extremely obliged to Mr. Cottew for his paper, and it was much to be regretted there were not more members present to listen to it. He asked the meeting to express its approval and appreciation of Mr. Cottew for the trouble he had put himself to in preparing the paper.
SIR,-The Calculations for a reinforced concrete hangar as given by Mr. C. E. Holloway, M.I.S.E., in your September issue, were, I consider, extremely interesting and clear.
It is perhaps inevitable that the architect and the engineer should regard structure from a slightly different angle. This condition is more particularly evident in the case where the architect, by circumstance or temperament, is in the first place an artist. Howard Robertson