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Frank Hodson

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Frank Hodson (1887- )

1922 M.I. and S.I., Pres., Electric Furnace Construction Co., Phila., Pa.; Director, Furnace Construction Co., Lancaster Street, Sheffield; and T. H. Watson and Co., Ltd., Sheffield; Electro-Metallurgical Engr.; b. 1887; s. of H. Hodson, Northam, Devon. Ed. All Saints' School and Sheffield University. Training: Four years, Metallurgy Course and Research Work, Sheffield University, and various Sheffield Works. Received British Assoc. grant and I. and S.I. grant for Research work on Corrosion of Steel. Member Executive Committee; Philadelphia Foundrymen's Assoc.; American Electro-Chemical Soc.; American Steel Treaters' Soc.; Assoc. of I. and S. Elec.E.; American Inst. M. and M.E.; British Assoc. Member of American I.S. Papers and Articles on Electric Furnaces, and on Corrosions. Clubs: Athenaeum, Sheffield; Engrs'., Manufacturers', Philadelphia; Seaview County Club, Atlantic City, N.J. T. A.: " Elfurco-Phila."; or " Cargo, Sheffield." T. N.: Philadelphia— Walnut 6468; Sheffield 1652.

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