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L. Murphy (1882- )
1922 Captain M.I.E.E., Electrical and Automobile Engineer, 15, Upper George Street, London, W.2. T. A.: " c/o Edibatt, London." T. N. Paddington 2182. b. 1882. Ed. City and Guilds Technical Colleges, Finsbury and South Kensington. Chief Lecturer in Electrical Engineering, East London College, University of London; Chief Engineer, Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., specialists on electrical protective gear; Chief Engineer and Designer to Arthur Lyon and Wrench, Ltd., specialists on aero-dynamos and portable generating sets. Now Chief Electrical Engineer to Edison Accumulators, Ltd., electric vehicle manufacturers. Contributor to various technical periodicals, also "Hobart's Dictionary of Electrical Engineering." War Services.—As Captain, R.A.F., and Lieutenant, R.N.V. R., 1915-19; charge of design, inspection and test of wireless telegraph and telephone gear for aeroplanes and submarine chasers.