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Frederick Lawrence Rawson

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Frederick Lawrence Rawson (1859-1923) M.I.E.E., A.M.I.C.E., of Woodhouse and Rawson.

1881 Went into business with Otway Edward Woodhouse as engineers and electric light contractors.

1893 Woodhouse and Rawson was put into liquidation.

1893 Went into business as Consulting Engineer and Expert on the Development of new Inventions and Industries, of 90, Regent Street, W., with a laboratory at 48-9, Britannia Street, City Road, E.C.

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