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Public Buildings
Anthony Bertram
Most of us have only the small house or flat that we live in, but we are part-users of many buildings. We often supply some of the money with which they are built and by which they are maintained. We have responsibilities here. Hospitals, churches, town halls, community centres, and so forth are our business, and it is about these public buildings, and design in relation to them, that Anthony Bertram will talk this evening.
The many who have the pamphlet,
' Design in Everyday Things will notice that schools were included among the public buildings that Mr. Bertram is to touch on. When listeners find that schools are not included, let them not think that they have been overlooked. Mr. Bertram will be discussing them next week instead, in his broadcast, Places of Work.'


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