Dr. J. N. Sugden

Abstract

DR. JAMES N. SUGDEN, senior lecturer in inorganic chemistry in the Imperial College of Science and Technology, who was killed by a flying bomb on July 11, 1944, was born at Silsden, near Keighley, on March 27, 1894. As a pupil of the Trade and Grammar School, Keighley, he came under the influence of a former student of chemistry in the Royal College of Science, Mr. Harry Harper, and after a period of study at the Technical College, Huddersfield, he proceeded to South Kensington in 1913.

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