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George William Clarke

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George William Clarke (c1887-1953) of Standard Telephones and Cables

1953 Obituary [1]

Mr. George William Clarke, of Standard Telephone and Cables, Ltd., died on October 1st, aged sixty-six years.

Mr. Clarke started with the company as a tool draughtsman in 1912, and he occupied various positions before becoming the manufacturing engineer responsible for apparatus and equipment projects in the London (formerly European) general manufacturing department.

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