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Robert Holden Stewart

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Robert Holden Stewart (1874- )

1922 B.A.,Sc M. Can.Inst.M.M., M.Amer.Inst.M.M.E., M.M. (Lon.), Cons. Min. Engr.; b. 1874. Ed. and Trained: McGill University, Montreal. Career: 1898-1901—Engr., British America Corpn., Rossland, B.C.; 1902-3—Engr., Canadian Copper Co., Sudbury, Ontario; 19o3-5—C.P. Railway. Min. Dept.; 19o5-7—Supt., Centre Star and War Eagle Mines, Rossland, B.C.; 19o7—II—Chief Engr., Consolidated Min. and Smelting Co., Trail, B.C.; 1911-16—Gen. Mangr. Clubs: University, Vancouver, B.C.; University, Montreal, P.Q.; Union, Victoria, B.C.; Rossland, Rosslarid, B.C.; Vancouver, Vancouver, B.C. Address: 717, Vancouver Block, Vancouver, B.C.

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