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Richard Carleton Blyth

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Richard Carleton Blyth (c1897-?)M.A. (Cantab.), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst. Struct.E., F.Inst. San.E.

1913-14 University College, London.

1919-20 Christ's College, Cambridge. Assistant Engineer, Consolidated Construction Co. Assist. Eng., P.W.D., F.M.S. Govt.

1914-19 Assist. Eng., Francois Cementation Co. (War service, Lieut. Royal Engineers).

On Technical Staff, Cement and Concrete Association, 52, Grosvenor Gardens, S.W.1. Private address: Hillsborough Lodge, Gerrards Cross. Age: 42.

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