BECAUSE of an almost complete absence in our library at Shrivenham of material other than elementary textbooks, I hesitated to accept the invitation to give this paper when it first reached me. You must understand at the outset, that this paper was, of necessity, prepared almost entirely from memory,—a fact which will account for its many shortcomings. Consequently, it is restricted, for the most part, to illustrations drawn from the educational institutions and industries of Southern California,—the area where I worked and lived from shortly before the Jap raid on Pearl Harbour, until shortly after VE day.
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