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Francis G. C. Baldwin

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Francis G. C. Baldwin (1878- )

1922 M.I.E.E., Electrical and Telephone Engineer, "Shadingfield," Wylam-on-Tyne. T. N. Wylam 26. b. 1878. Ed. Sheffield University, Technological Department. Professional Career: Sheffield Testing Works as Assistant; National Telephone Co., Ltd., Sheffield, as Engineer; National Telephone Co., Ltd., Birmingham, as District Engineer; National Telephone Co., Ltd., London, as Assistant Metropolitan Engineer, then Acting Metropolitan Engineer; British Post Office, Newcastle-on-Tyne, as Assistant Superintending Engineer. Publications: Papers, Institution of Electrical Engineers— "Some Considerations on the Manipulation of Dry Core Telephone Cables," April 2I, 1909; "Telephone Exchange Transfers and their Organization," January 24, 1918. Awarded the Fahie Premium. Various contributions to Technical Press. Club: Chemical Industry, Newcastle-on-Tyne. War Services.—Commissioned Captain, Royal Engineers, Special Reserve.

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