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Joseph Burr Tyrrell

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Joseph Burr Tyrrell (1858- )

1922 M.A., B.Sc., F.G.S., F.R.C.S., M.Inst.M.M., M.Amer.Inst.M.M.E., Cons. Min. Engr. for Anglo-French Exploration Co, and National Mining Corporation, both of London, England. b. 1858; s. of William and Elizabeth (Burr) Tyrrell. Ed. Upper Canada Coll., and University of Toronto. Training University of Toronto. Back Award of the R.G.S., Murchison Medal of the Geol. Soc. of London. Career: Geologist on the Geological Survey of Canada, 1881-98; in the Klondike min. and reporting on min. properties, 1898-1905; examining and reporting on metal min. properties throughout Canada, 1905-21. Seven Reports to the Geological Survey of Canada. Many articles in English, American and Canadian Tech. Journals. Clubs: Royal Socs. and Junior Constitutional (London); National (Toronto); University (Montreal); Rideau (Ottawa). Address: 534, Confederation Life Bdg., Toronto, Canada.

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