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Richard Goulden Brickell

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Richard Goulden Brickell (c1909-?) Assoc.M.Inst.0.E., A.M.I.Struct.E., M.N.Z.I.S.

1939 Resident Engr.., A.M. Works Directorate, A.M.W.D., R.A.F. Station, Honington, Suffolk. Private address: c/o New Zealand House, 415, Strand, London, W.0.2. Age: 30.

Career: Demonstrator in C.E. at University College,N.Z.; Asst. Engr. with Messrs. Vickerman and Lancaster, Consulting Engrs., Wellington, N.Z.; Asst. Engr. in connection with sundry Hydro Electric, Municipal and Mining schemes.

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