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Richard T. Betts

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Richard T. Betts (c1905-?) B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.Inst.C.E., A.C.G.I.

1939 Assistant Chief Engineer, McCall and Co., Ltd., R/C Engineers, Templeborough, Sheffield. Private address: Northgate House, Tickhill, Doncaster. Age: 34.

1922-25 City & Guilds Engineering College.

1925-1926 Junior Engineer, Bridge Stress Committee (Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research)

1926-27 Assistant Engineer, Bridge Dept., Southern Railway, Waterloo

1927-32 Assistant Engineer, Power Engineering, Shawinigan Water and Power Co., Montreal, P.Q.

1933 Reinforced Concrete designer and assistant C. E. McCall and Co.

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