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Thomas Stuart

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Thomas Stuart (1890- )

1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Mechanical Engineer, 411, Kingsbury Road, Erdington, Birmingham; b. 1890. Ed. Hamilton Crescent Sch, and the Royal Technical College, Glasgow. Served apprenticeship in the shops of James Ritchie, Partick, and in the Drawing Office of James Bennie and Sons, Glasgow. 1912—Assistant Chief Draughtsman to J. Bennie and Sons, Glasgow. From 1913-8—Tool Designer and Technical Assistant to the Manager of Tool Department of the Singer Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Clydebank. 1919—Tool Engineer with the Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., Birmingham. From 19169—Also Assistant to the Professor of Mechanics at the Royal Technical College, Glasgow.

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