Title: Use of Reinforced Concrete in San Francisco and Vicinity
Author(s): John B. Leonard
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 357-370
In order to properly appreciate the use of reinforced concrete in San Francisco and vicinity at the present time, it is essential to understand the conditions existing in this territory immediately previous to the great earthquake of San Francisco in 1906. By vicinity, the writer refers to that portion of California that is within the radius of 150 miles of San Francisco.