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Arthur W. Kimber

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Arthur W. Kimber (1890- )

1922 A.M.I.E.E., Man. Dir., Napier-Kimber, Ltd., since 1913; b. 1890; s. of Edward Kimber. Ed. International Coll., Hampstead. Training: Northampton Inst. Lighting Supt. to West Ham Corpn.; Tech. Asst. to J. Stone and Co., Ltd.; owner of several Patents in connection with Electric Heating and Cooking Apparatus; Inventor and Patentee of the first British-made Electric Washing Machine. Club: National Liberal. Address: Tog, Great Portland Street, W.

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