Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Volume 43, Part 1
The Society, 1917
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Abstract of paper American Society Annual Meeting appointed April April 17 ARTHUR Asso Associate Member Association are held Asst Bldg Board of Direction bound vol Bridge Brooklyn Building CHARLES Chicago Civil Engineers Club Coal Comm Constr Construction cost Dept discussion District duly seconded EDWARD Elected an Associate Electric England Engr ferred to Grade Frank GEORGE George W Grade of Associate Grade of Member HENRY Inst Institute January JOHN John Fritz Medal Journal Junior Library London Louis membership Messrs Methods Mining Minutes of Meeting mittee motion Municipal Office Ohio River Paper read Parkersburg Philadelphia Plant Portland Cement present President Proceedings Public pumping Railroad Railway Reinforced Concrete Road Rogers Pass Secretary Secretary-Treasurer Serial beginning Jan Service Society of Civil Special Committee Steel Street Tests tion tunnel United Engineering Society Valuation Warren Hunt West WILLIAM York City
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