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Electroplaters' and Depositers' Technical Society

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Formed in 1925 after being suggested at the council of the Faraday Society.

A small provisional committee was formed to take steps to round an Electroplaters' and Depositors' Technical Society, and at a well-attended meeting held at the Northampton Polytechnic Institute on November 11th, 1925, this Society was formally integrated. [1]

All actually engaged in some responsible position in electro-deposition or in the scientific study of the subject are elidgible for membership. The first general meeting was held on December 9th, when Mr. S. Field. presented a paper entitled "Eletro-Deposition : A Survey of Modern Progress." The honorary secretary was Mr. William E. Harris, 193, Eversleigh-road, Battersea, S. W. 11. [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1925/12/11
  2. The Engineer 1925/12/11