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Harris Booth

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Harris Booth (1884- )

1922 B.A., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., F.R.Ae.S., Aeronautical Engr., c/o The Commercial Aeroplane Wing Syndicate, 3o, Norfolk Street, W.C.2. b. 1884. Ed. Dulwich Coll.; Trinity Coll., Cambridge (Mathematical and Mechanical Sciences Triposes ); Royal Carriage Department, Woolwich Arsenal. Junior Assistant in Aeronautics Division, National Physical Laboratory; Assistant to Alec Ogilvie, Eastchurch; Technical Assistant to Air Department, Admiralty, during the whole period of the existence of that office; Technical Adviser to Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co., Leeds; now Tech. Adviser to the Commercial Aeroplane Wing Syndicate. Chief Works: "No. L000 " Seaplane; "A.D. Boat " Flying Boat (in collaboration with others); " Plackburn " Aeroplane. Publ.: " Aeroplane Performance Calculations " (Chapman and Hall ). War Services.—With Air Department and Blackburn Aeroplane Co.

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