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George Hardy Stanley

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Professor George Hardy Stanley (1877- )

1922 A.R.S.M., F.I.C., M.Inst.M.M., Prof. of Metallurgy, University Coll., Johannesburg; b. 1877; s. of George Stanley. Ed. London. Training: Polytechnic Sch., London, and Royal Sch. of Mines. Polytechnic Silver Medal and Bessemer Medal, R.S.M. Chief Asst. to T. Vaughan Hughes, Cons. Metallurgist, Birmingham; Asst. Mngr., Pyle and Blaina Works, Mon.; Demonstrator in Metallurgy and Surveying, Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne; present position since 1905; associated with the first commercial tin smelting, electric steel production and iron smelting in S. Af. Numerous Papers in Transactions of Tech. Socs. in S. Af..Club: Scientific and Tech. Address: University College, Box 1176, Johannesburg.

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