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WALTER REED ARMY GENERAL HOSPITAL, WASHINGTON, D. C.
PLAN OF WALTER REED ARMY GENERAL HOSPITAL, WASHINGTON, D. C.
Marsh & Peter, Architects, Washington, D. C.
For Exterior View, Reproduced in Color, See Frontispiece in this Volume.
STADIUM AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
Built entirely of Reinforced Concrete.
Reproduced by Courtesy of John Wiley & Sons, from "A Treatise on Concrete, Plain and Reinforced," by
Frederick W. Taylor, M. E., and Sanford E. Thompson, S. B.
REINFORCED-CONCRETE DAM, DELLWOOD PARK, JOLIET, ILLINOIS.
Total length, 160 ft.; length of spillway, 84 ft.; average height, 21 ft. A foot-bridge through the dam affords a means of crossing over.
Courtesy of Expanded Metal & Corrugated Bar Company, St. Louis, Mo.