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* [[Harry Jacobs|JACOBS, HARRY]], Exchange Buildings, New Street, Birmingham.  
 
* [[Harry Jacobs|JACOBS, HARRY]], Exchange Buildings, New Street, Birmingham.  
 
* [[William H. Jago|JAGO, WILLIAM H.]], Admiralty Overseer, 3 Leyton Road, Handsworth, Birmingham.  
 
* [[William H. Jago|JAGO, WILLIAM H.]], Admiralty Overseer, 3 Leyton Road, Handsworth, Birmingham.  
* [[Arthur L. Johnson|JOHNSON, ARTHUR L.]] (Student Member), Trinity College, Cambridge.  
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* [[Arthur Laurence Johnson|JOHNSON, ARTHUR L.]] (Student Member), Trinity College, Cambridge.  
 
* [[Bernard A. Johnson|JOHNSON, BERNARD A.]], Anglo-American Club, Freiberg, Saxony.  
 
* [[Bernard A. Johnson|JOHNSON, BERNARD A.]], Anglo-American Club, Freiberg, Saxony.  
 
* [[Ernest Johnson|JOHNSON, ERNEST]], M.A., Richard Johnson & Nephew, Ltd., Bradford Iron Works, Manchester.  
 
* [[Ernest Johnson|JOHNSON, ERNEST]], M.A., Richard Johnson & Nephew, Ltd., Bradford Iron Works, Manchester.  

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Note: This is a sub-section of 1909 Institute of Metals

THE INSTITUTE OF METALS

ORIGINAL MEMBERS

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