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Professor Charles O. Bannister M.Eng., A.R.S.M, F.C., M.Inst.M.M. Professor of Metallurgy, The University, Liverpool.
1922 A.R.S.M., F.I.C. (Past Member of Council), M.Inst.M.M. (Member of Council), Metallurgist, Prof. of Metallurgy, Liverpool University; b. 1876; s. of the late Thomas Bannister, of Dudley. Ed. Stourbridge Grammar Sch. Training: Royal School of Mines, London. Distinctions: Bessemer Medal, Royal Sch. of Mines; Carnegie Scholarship, Iron and Steel Inst.; Consolidated Gold Fields of South Africa; Gold Medal and Premium, Inst. of Min. and Metallurgy; Head of Metallurgy Dept., Sir John Cass Tech. Inst., Aldgate, E.C.; Cons. Metallurgist with Edward Riley and Harbord, Victoria Street; now Prof. of Metallurgy, Liverpool University; Member of various Committees on Technical Education, etc.; Cons. work in connection with Treatment of Ores, Smelting propositions, Foundry practice, Heat Treatment of Steel, etc. Various papers before the Inst. of Min. and Metallurgy, Inst. of Metals, Iron and Steel Inst., etc. Clubs: Min. and Metallurgical, London; University, Liverpool. Address: 42, Bedford Street, Liverpool.
1939 Private address: Northstead, New Brighton, Ches.