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Year book

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656 pages
the Members ofTo
Society ofThe American
Engineers:Mechanical
1918 con-YEAR BOOK OFTHE
memberstains the names of 8,720
of the Society, an increase of 1,016
over the number Hsted in thevolume for
1917. This is the largest addition to the
membership that has ever occurred in
the period of one year. The profes-
sional records of these new members
have all complied with the extraordi-
narily high requirements of the revised
constitution and every member will take
pride in the professional strength and
increased power for service which has
thus accrued to the organization.
The number of changed addresses in
the present Year Book is about twice as
great as usual, owing to the war condi-
tions. Members in every part of the
country arc entering the service or en-
gaging in new occupations connected corrected toThe Year Book for 1918 has been
in the offichave been entered upon our records
SecreBook incorrect and who have not notified the
blankfill in and mail at once the accompanying
CHANGE C
To THE Secretary, Am. Soc. M. E.,
29 West 39th Street, New Yo:
changePlease my entry in the
"** ••••••••••«•.•...........•••••••••••••••••••••••••
Name. Pc't,
<^
Street address of firm.r+^
Street address of home.
g
- Underltne th received since that dateluary 1st. Corrections
their addresses in the YearThose who iind
tothe change since January 1st are requestedof
' ADDRESS
191
City
ar Book to:
on. Firm name,
ty. State,
ty. State.*
mail address
RECORD
Hank. Grade.
Regiment, etc.VX^ompany ...
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the Members ofTo Society ofThe American Engineers:Mechanical 1918 con-YEAR BOOK OFTHE memberstains the names of 8,720 of the Society, an increase of 1,016 over the number Hsted in thevolume for 1917. This is the largest addition to the membership that has ever occurred in the period of one year. The profes- sional records of these new members have all complied with the extraordi- narily high requirements of the revised constitution and every member will take pride in the professional strength and increased power for service which has thus accrued to the organization. The number of changed addresses in the present Year Book is about twice as great as usual, owing to the war condi- tions. Members in every part of the country arc entering the service or en- gaging in new occupations connected corrected toThe Year Book for 1918 has been in the offichave been entered upon our records SecreBook incorrect and who have not notified the blankfill in and mail at once the accompanying CHANGE C To THE Secretary, Am. Soc. M. E., 29 West 39th Street, New Yo: changePlease my entry in the "** ••••••••••«•.•...........••••••••••••••••••••••••• Name. Pc't, <^ Street address of firm.r+^ Street address of home. g - Underltne th received since that dateluary 1st. Corrections their addresses in the YearThose who iind tothe change since January 1st are requestedof ' ADDRESS 191 City ar Book to: on. Firm name, ty. State, ty. State.* mail address RECORD Hank. Grade. Regiment, etc.VX^ompany, at Fort, Camp, etc. Slatr. with the production of munitions. To date 910 members have been reported as having joined the ranks of the Army or Navy. The names of those in the ser- *vice are preceded by a in the Year Book. Every member of the Society is entitled to a copy of the Year Book free of charge. Additional copies 50 cents. copy.Price to non-members $1.00 per On the inside is a blank for the con- venience of members in notifying the Secretary of change of address. In using this blank please note the directions carefully. Calvin W. Rice, Secretary. March 15, 1918. I "iT^^ KNGINEERING SOCIETIES BUILDING Headquarter* of the Society
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