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Edgar Thomas Driver

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Edgar Thomas Driver (1890- )

1922 B.Sc.Eng. (Lond.), A.M.I.E.E., A.Amer.I.E.E., Electrical Engineer, 146, Wheeler Avenue, Toronto, Canada. T. A.: " Cryolite, Toronto." b. 1890. Ed. St. Dunstan's College, Catford, Northampton Engineering College, 1907-11. Awarded diploma in Electrical Engineering. Workshop experience with the Electric Construction Co., Wolverhampton, and British Thomson Houston Co., Rugby. Entered Electrical Department of the British Aluminium Co., Ltd., in 1912. Transferred to Canadian Head Office of this company on demobilization in February, 1919, as Technical Adviser. Now Manager of this office. Secretary, Northampton Engineering College Engineering Society, 1910, and Chairman, 1911; Secretary, Students' Section I.E.E., 1913-4, and Chairman, 1914-5. Publications: Several articles on Overhead Power Transmission in the English and Canadian technical journals. Member of the Engineers' Club of Toronto, and Electric Club of Toronto. War Services.—Wireless Officer, R.A.F., France and Belgium. Mentioned in Dispatches.


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