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Thomas Barker and Son

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of Bradford

1922 Civil Engineers and Architects, 47, Market Street, Bradford. T. N.: 1776. Members of Firm: Thomas Barker, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., and Major H. W. Barker, T.D., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.S.A. Chief Works: Mills, Factories and Engineering Works with their Power Plants, Reservoirs, etc. Publications: Paper by H. W. Barker, Joule Medallist, Institution of Civil Engineers Proceedings, "Cooling Reservoirs for Condensing Engines." War Services.— H. W. Barker, Major 6th Batt. West Yorks Regiment, August 5, 1914 to March 27, 1919. Served in France with 49th, 31st and Royal Naval Divisions.


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