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James Nicolson ( -1909)
1910 Obituary 
JAMES NICOLSON died at Berlin on October 27, 1909.
He was for twenty-six years superintendent of the two cable companies at Buenos Aires, which were absorbed a few years ago by the Western Telegraphic Company, when Mr. Nicolson was retained as superintendent.
He retired in 1908.
He was the compiler of a well-known system of telegraph code signals.
He had been connected with the Institution, first as Associate and then as Associate Member, for a period of thirty years.