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Harry William Smith (1867- )
1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Borough Engineer, Town Hall, Scarborough. T. N.: 726 Scarborough. b. 1867. Ed. Various public and private schools in Birmingham and Bournemouth. Articled to Tom Stevens, F.R.I.B.A., architect and surveyor, Bournemouth. In 1885 entered the Borough Engineer's Office, Bournemouth, serving under G. R. Andrews and F. W. Lacey, M.Inst.C.E. 1892—Assistant Engineer and Surveyor to the Bournemouth Town Council. Since 1897 Borough Engineer and Surveyor to the Scarborough Town Council. Chief Works: At Scarborough—Municipal buildings, Infectious Diseases Hospital, Floral Hall, laying out Alexandra Gardens, Peaseholm Park and lake, Peaseholm Undercliff and South Cliff Gardens with bungalows, café and bathing establishment, bathing pool and establishment, South Bay; fire station.