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F. Edwin Armstrong

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F. Edwin Armstrong (1879- )

1922 M.Sc. (Victoria), M.Eng. (Liverpool), Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.I. Min.E., Mining Engineer, 40, Elmore Road, Sheffield, and The University, St. George's Square, Sheffield. T. N.: 4705 Central. b. 1879. Ed. Giggleswick School, University College, Liverpool. Professional Career: Apprentice at collieries. Certificated Colliery Manager and Surveyor. Colliery management and reporting on foreign and colonial colliery properties. Professor of Mining, University of Sheffield. Member of Board of Trade Committee on Miners' Safety Lamps. Club: National Liberal. War Services.—Two and a half years motor driving, France and Belgium, with B.R.C.S.; one and a half years in charge of Labour Disputes and Wages Section, Coal Mines Department, Board of Trade.

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