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Norman Harrison (1873- )

1922 C.M.G., D.S.O., M.I.E.E., Engr.-in-Chief, S.Af. Govt. (Telegraphs and Telephones); b. 1873; s. of Richard Thomas Harrison. Ed. Natal. Asst. Engr., Govt. Telegraphs and Telephones, Natal, 1898-1903; Engr-.in-Chief, Transvaal, 1904-11; Engr.-in-Chief, Union of S.Af., 1912-14; Director, Army Signals, German S.W. Af., 1914-15; Asst. Dir. of Army Signals, France, 1916-19. Clubs: Pretoria, Civil Service Capetown. Address: G.P.O., Pretoria.

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