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1922 A.M.I.E.E., late Staff Engineer, G.P.O., Electrical Engineer, 18, Herondale Avenue, London, S.W.I8. T. A.: "Herondale Avenue, London." T. N.: Battersea 1556. Ed. Axminster; student and lecturer at University College, Nottingham; student, King's College; First Prize, First Honours and Silver Medal in Telegraphy (City Guilds). For many years Post Office Examiner in Technology; Member of Committee on Copper Conductors and of Engineering Standards Sub-Committee on Telegraphs and Telephones. Represented Post Office in Home Office Inquiry on Lead, etc., in Potteries. Special knowledge of all kinds of electric cables, including loaded submarine and underground cables, and of electrical material 17 generally. Translator of many scientific and technical papers from the Russian, German, Swedish and other languages for various journals and for official use; joint editor for some years of the journal of the Institution of Post Office Electrical Engineers.