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Correspondence Economical Bases for Stanchions

TO THE EDITOR of the Structural Engineer. ECONOMICAL BASES FOR STANCHIONS. Sit,-The statement by “Controvertist,” in the November issue of The Structural Engineer, that sheds in which the posts are embedded a couple of feet into the ground successfully defy the elements, and the calculations, would appear to indicate that failures of structures of this type are unknown.