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Arthur George Cooke

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Arthur George Cooke (1867- )

1922 M.A. (Cantab.), Elec. Engr.; Principal of Paddington Technical Institute.; b. 1867; s. of John Hunt Cooke. Ed. City of London Sch., and St. John's College, Cambridge. Sixth Wrangler, 1889. Pupil of Kincaid, Waller and Manville, Cons. Engrs.; Head of Elec. Eng., East London Tech. College, 1894-98, and Battersea Polytechnic, 1898—1905; Principal of Paddington Tech. Inst., '905— present. Address: loi, Brondesbury Road, N.W.6.


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