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Henry John Lamb

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Colonel Henry John Lamb (1871- )

1922 D.S.O., M.E.I.C., Supervising Engr., Province of Ontario, D.P.W., Canada; b. 1871; s. of Ralph Ironsides Lamb. Ed. Royal Military College, Canada. Career: Design and Construction of Breakwaters, Piers, Docks and General Harbour Improvements on the Great Lakes System of Waterways for past 18 years; Engr.-inCharge for Dominion Govt. on Construction of Detroit River Tunnel between Windsor, Ontario, and Detroit, Michigan; now Supt. all Harbour and River Work in the Province of Ontario. Twice mentioned in Dispatches and D.S.O., late War. Clubs: Bath, London; The Hunt, Toronto. Address: 37, Rosedale Road, Toronto, Canada.

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