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Archibald Thomas Brown

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Archibald Thomas Brown (1860- )

1922 M.Inst.M.M. (Lond.), M.Am.Inst.M.E., Min. Engr.; Cons. Work; b. 1860; s. of late Thomas Brown, Denver, Norfolk. Ed. Gt. Yarmouth Grammar Sch. Training: King's Coll., London; and Royal School of Mines, London. Career: 1881-3—MM. and Arsenic Work in Cornwall; and Metall. Work, King's Coll., London, and Towcester, Northamptonshire; 1883-5 —in Charge of Experimental Work in Gold Tailings in Australia; also visiting American Min. Fields; since 1885—Cons. Min. Work; Inspection and Valuation of Min. Properties throughout Australasia. Clubs: The Bohemians', and Royal Melbourne Golf. Address: 31, Queen Street, Melbourne. T. A.: " Whalebone, Melbourne." T. N.: 6501 Central.

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