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Students Premium I.E.E., 1932.  
 
Students Premium I.E.E., 1932.  
  
1932 to 1935 [[BBC|British Broadcasting Corporation]].
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1932 to 1935 [[British Broadcasting Corporation]].
  
From 1935 Standard Telephones and Cables.
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From 1935 worked at Standard Telephones and Cables.
  
 
1939 Engineer, Radio Division, [[Standard Telephones and Cables]], Oakleigh Road, New Southgate, N. 11. Private address: 26, Sutton Road, Muswell Hill, N. 10.
 
1939 Engineer, Radio Division, [[Standard Telephones and Cables]], Oakleigh Road, New Southgate, N. 11. Private address: 26, Sutton Road, Muswell Hill, N. 10.

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William Russell Bishop (1905-?) A.M.I.E.E., D.F.H.

1929 to 1932 Marconi's Wireless Telegraph.

Students Premium I.E.E., 1932.

1932 to 1935 British Broadcasting Corporation.

From 1935 worked at Standard Telephones and Cables.

1939 Engineer, Radio Division, Standard Telephones and Cables, Oakleigh Road, New Southgate, N. 11. Private address: 26, Sutton Road, Muswell Hill, N. 10.

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