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Alexander Rodger Greig

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Alexander Rodger Greig (1872- )

1922 B.A.(Sc.), I.C., Prof. Mech. Eng., University of Saskatchewan; b. 1872; s. of William Greig. Ed. Montreal. Training: McGill University. Career: Chief Draughtsman, Canada Atlantic Railway, Ottawa, and Canadian Northern Railway, Mech. Dept., Winnipeg; Prof. Agricultural Engr., Manitoba Agricultural College, Winnipeg, 1906-9; Prof. Agricultural and Mech. Eng.; also Supt. of Bdgs., University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, since 1909. Publ.: io Bulletins 6r on Farm Buildings. Address: University, Saskatoon, Canada.

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