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New-York tribune. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, April 14, 1907, Image 17

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PART 11.
ANDREW CARNEGIE'S NOTEWORTHY ENDOWMENT FOR ENGINEERING IN AMERICA.
New Horn* of the United Engineers' Society, for the erection of which the philanthropist gave $1,500,000. It overlooks Bryant Park and was opened last week.
PROFESSOR F. R. HUTTON. JOHN H. HAMMOND. DR. SAMUEL SHELDON. ENGINEERS' CLUB
ENGINEERING SOCIE- president American Society Mechanical President American Institute Mining President American Institute Eleo- BUILDING.
TIES BUILDING. Engineers. Engineers. trical Engineers. It adjoins the Societies'
Building in the rear.
SUNDAY. APRIL 14, 1907.
A VIEW IN THE LJBRARX.
THE MAiN AUDITORILY. WITH bFATi Nt f_A(>A'iTV OF 1,000
BUST OF ANDREW CARNEGIE.
By IMrs. E. Cidwalader Guild. Copyright, 190 ft.
To stand In th» library.
— By courtejiy of The Arehttectarml ' 'wt
EIGHT PAGES.

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