Archibald Williams was a Scottish engineer and author. He was born in 1871 in Edinburgh, Scotland, and died in 1934 in London, England. Williams studied engineering at the University of Edinburgh, and after graduating, he worked as a civil engineer for several years. In 1902, he joined the staff of the Institution of Civil Engineers, where he worked as a technical editor and writer. Williams was a prolific writer, and he wrote several books on engineering, including The Romance of Modern Engineering (1910), The Romance of Modern Electricity (1912), and The Romance of Modern Architecture (1914). He also wrote articles for magazines and newspapers, and he was a regular contributor to the Engineering Journal. Williams was a popular speaker, and he gave lectures on engineering all over the United Kingdom. He was also a member of the Royal Society of Arts, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, and the Institution of Electrical Engineers.
Books by Archibald Williams
The Romance of Modern Engineering
It is a non-technical book that describes the history and development of modern engineering. It was written by Archibald Williams, a Scottish engineer and author, and published in 1910. The book is divided into 19 chapters, each of which covers a dif...
The Romance of Modern Locomotion
It is an exciting and informative book that takes young readers on a captivating journey through the fascinating world of transportation. This engaging book offers an exploration of the evolution and marvels of modern locomotion. First published in [...
The Romance of Early Exploration
It is an exciting and educational book that takes readers on a captivating journey through the fascinating world of exploration. This book explores the remarkable stories of early explorers who ventured into uncharted territories and embarked on dari...