Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1920/06/25

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  • Contents, p 651.

Main Subjects

  • Camera For Use in Flooded Mines, p 658. (Illustrated).
  • Editorial, p 651 - p 652.
    • The Ministry of Transport.
    • Welds and Welding.
  • Erosion of Guns, p 657.
  • German Naval Construction 1914-1918, No II, p 642 - p 644.
  • Industrial Fatigue, p 658.
  • Semi-Steel For Artillery Shells, p 662.
  • Underpinning and Foundations of Heavy Buildings, No I, p 639 - p 642.
    • The Myers Building, Albany.
    • The Marshall Field Building, Chicago.
    • The Queen's Insurance Company Building.
    • The William Street Subway, New York.

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