The History of the Institution Branches VII. Scottish Branch

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The History of the Institution Branches VII. Scottish Branch

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The History of the Institution Branches VII. Scottish Branch
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THE Scottish Branch was founded in 1931, at the suggestion of the late Mr. Basil Scott . An inaugural meeting was held in the Royal Technical College in October, 1931, when the proposal to form a Scottish Branch was discussed, and enthusiastically approved by the fifty members who attended.

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