Prof. Forsyth James Wilson


PROF. F. J. WILSON, Freeland professor of chemistry in the Royal Technical College, Glasgow, died suddenly on October 18. For the long period of thirty-eight years he had been associated with the College which he served faithfully and well; his first appointment was that of chief assistant to Prof. G. G. Henderson. During the period 1914–19 he served in the Army, ultimately as chemical adviser to the Eleventh Army Corps. On more than one occasion he was mentioned in dispatches.

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