A Historical Survey of the Boiler Makers' and Iron and Steel Ship Builders' Society: From August, 1834, to August, 1904. With a Brief Sketch of the Life and Work of Its Leading Officials; Comparisons Between Boilermaking, Shipbuilding, and Bridgebuilding in the Early Days of Its History and of Modern Times; and Interesting Arbitration Awards and Agreements ...
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