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T. Harold Hawkins

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T. Harold Hawkins

1922 Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., Consulting Engineer, Casa das Sereias, Oporto, Portugal. T. A.: " Hawkins Bandeirinha 3, Oporto." Engineering Training Workshops, Davy Brothers, Ltd., Park Iron Works, Sheffield. Theoretical, under Professor Ripper, M.Inst.C.E., Sheffield, and in Germany. Drawing Office, Richard Hornsby and Sons, Ltd., Grantham; Henschel and Sohn, Locomotive Builders, Cassel (Germany), and the Schwartzkopff Works, Berlin. Formerly Engineering Manager of the Gruebland Engineering Works, Tilsit (Germany). Has special experience in opening up Iron and Copper Mines and Oilfields in Rumania. Member of the Royal Societies. Club, 63, St. James's Street, S.W.

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