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Professor Edward Phillips Fetherstonhaugh (1879- )
1922 M.C., B.Sc., M.E.I.C., Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Prof. of Elec. Eng., University of Manitoba; b. 1879; s. of E. C. B. Fetherstonhaugh. Ed. McGill University. Career: 1899—Graduated from McGill, B.Sc. (Elec. Eng.); 1900-1904—Manager, Ottawa Office, Fetherstonhaugh and Co., Patent Solicitors; 1905-7—Lecturer McGill University in Elec. Eng.; 1907-9—Engr., Winnipeg Office, Can. Westinghouse Co.; 1909present—Prof. of Elec. Eng., University of Manitoba, and Private Practice as Cons. Engr.; 1921—Dean of Faculty of Eng., University of Manitoba; Chairman, Winnipeg branch Eng. Inst. of Canada. As Cons. Elec. Engr. has made numerous Reports, Investigations, Plans, etc. in connection with Eng. Works and Problems for Municipal and other public bodies, including Dominion Govt. Dept. of Public TI Works, Manitoba Public Utilities Commission, City of Winipeg, City of Brandon, City of Regina, Municipality of Fort Garry, Town of Kenora, etc.; with Canadian Engrs. in France, 1916-19; awarded Military Cross; mentioned in Dispatches. Club: University, Montreal. Address: University of Manitoba, Winnipeg.