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James Stephen Enright

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James Stephen Enright

1922 A.M.I.E.E., Cons. Engr.; Member of the firm of J. and J. S. Enright; designed and constructed Electric Light and Power Station, at Walthamstow, Limerick, Heston and Isleworth; Walthamstow Electric Tramways; Hounslow Refuse Destructor; Director Tarapaca Copper Quarries, Ltd.; The Olca Sulphur Co., Ltd.; The Oddie Automati; Variable Speed Gears Syndicate, Ltd.; Rylands Barytes and Silica Co., Ltd.; Deputy Head of Leyton Tech. School; late Head of Elec. and Motor Car Dept., Hackney Tech. Inst. Author, "The Motor Catechism," "The Motor Cycle Catechism," "The Farm Tractor Catechism." Address: 1, Pembury Road, Clapton.

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