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Stanley L. B. Lines

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Stanley L. B. Lines (1883- )

1922 M.Amer.I.E.E., A.M.I.E.E., Electrical Instrument Specialist, 243, College Street, Toronto, Canada. T. A.: "Meters, Toronto." T. N.: College 1374. b. 1883. Ed. Bancrofts, and City and Guilds, London. Apprenticed to the Brockie-Pell Arc Lamp, Ltd., British Thomson-Houston Co and Chamberlain and Hookham, Ltd., for whom he visited Australia, New Zealand, South America, Egypt and Japan. For 9 years President of Chamberlain and Hookham Meter Co., Ltd., Canada. Also V.-Pres. of the Lincoln Meter Co., Ltd., Canada. Chief Works: The development and production in Canada of the Lincoln Demand Meter.

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