Leadership

FREE ENGINEERING LIBRARY TO OPEN EVENINGS

Issue 19 and Volume 42.

FREE ENGINEERING LIBRARY TO OPEN EVENINGS On and after Wednesday, November 6, 1907, the reference libraries of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the American Institute of Mining Engineers, 29 West Thirty-ninth street, Manhattan, New York, will be open evenings until nine o’clock on all weekdays, except public holidays. These libraries, constituting practically one library of engineering, situated near the New York library, in the new headquarters of the engineering societies, are available to members of the above societies, engineers and the public generally, subject to proper regulations. Strangers are requested to bring letters of introduction from members or to secure cards from the secretaries of the respective societies.

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