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THIS year it is a member of the Yorkshire Branch who has been elected President of the Institution. Lieut.-Colonel Charles Horace Fox, O.B.E., B.Sc., F.S.I., was born at Halifax on the 1st August, 1892, and was educated at Heath Grammar School, Halifax, and Denstone College,Staffordshire. He graduated at London University,taking the degree of B.Sc. (Engineering)with Honours in 1912,and in the same year he distinguished himself as First Prize Medallist in Structural Engineering at the City and Guilds of London Institute.

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