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Arthur Geoffrey London

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Arthur Geoffrey London (c1884-1949)

1950 Obituary [1]

"ARTHUR GEOFFREY LONDON, whose death in his sixty-fifth year occurred on 19th June 1949, was elected an Associate Member of the Institution in 1913. He was educated at the Rochester Mathematical School, and later attended classes at the Portsmouth Technical Institute, gaining the King's Prize. He then completed his theoretical training with a three years' course at the Royal College of Science, South Kensington, where he obtained an Associateship. After some experience as an improver in the drawing office of the General Electric Company, Ltd., at Witton, he was with Messrs. Herbert Morris and Bastert, Ltd., of Loughborough, as engineer and designer for tax:. years.

In 1910 he joined Messrs. Lacy-Hulbert and Company, Ltd., pneumatic engineers, Westminster, as director and manager, with a seat on the board, and remained with them until the dose of his career.

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