Does anyone know and/or have any copies of good references for industrial building structural design from the 1950s, 60s, and even 70s? I always seem to do work on buildings of this era and I would like to see some old reference materials the engineers of that day and time had. I am willing to pay for the resources, so if you all know a place online that sells them please feel free to recommend that. I just want to find access to the information. I'm a younger engineer that just wants to learn from the past. I have seen a lot of these buildings and they all have similar framing bay sizes, layouts, etc. so I assume there were some references at the time that kind of laid out a standard.
Thank you to all,
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