1913: The Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company
Horace Darwin, chairman
R S Whipple & C C Mason, joint managers
W G Collins, works manager
A H Reed, secretary
C Knightley, caretaker
A research paper by John Bradley ‘The History and Development of Aircraft Instruments 1909 – 1919’ has looked at the role that CSIC people had on Government advisory boards during this period. The company made radiator thermometers for the aviation industry.
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