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D. Maxwell Buist

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D. Maxwell Buist M.I.E.E.

1939 On Staff of B.E.A.M.A., 36 KingsiAray, London, W.C.2. Career: Fife Min. and Eng. Coll.; Heriot-Watt Coll.; Edinburgh Univ.; Apprent., Elect. Eng. Dept., Lochgelly Iron and Coal Co.; Distribution Engr., Fife Electric Power Co.; R.A.F. (war period); Tech. Asst. to City Elect. Engr., Edinburgh (4 years); Chief Asst. City Elect. Engr., Hull (5 years); Chief Elect. Engr., I.C.I., Billingr ham (2i years), responsible for erection of 80.000 kw. power station;

1930-37, Dist. Manager N.E. England Area, C.E.B.

Jan., 1938, to B.E.A.M.A. One time Lecturer, Elect. Eng., Fife Eng. Coll., Heriot-Watt Coll., and Viewforth School. Paris premium, I.E.E., 1930.

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