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OLIVER, Arthur Maule (1871 - 1937), Reconnaissance Française; Solicitor; Town Clerk, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1907; Clerk of the Peace, 1915; Public Assistance Officer, 1930

OLIVER, Thomas (1853 - 1942), DL Northumberland; JP for city and county Newcastle-upon-Tyne; with aid of Local Committee raised in 1914 the Tyneside Scottish Brigade (20th-23rd Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers); Consulting Physician, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle; Ex-President of University of Durham College of Medicine, Newcastle; Knight of Grace Order St John of Jerusalem, 1924; Chevalier Legion of Honour, 1929; gold medal Ministry of Public Assistance, France, 1924; late Professor of Physiology, Durham; Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of Durham; late Medical Expert, Dangerous Trades Committee, Home Office; Hon. President, International Congress of Accidents and Industrial Diseases, Geneva, 1931


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Colonial Americans levied taxes to provide aid to the poor, but provisions for blacks, whose very existence required service to white people, remained an anomaly. During most of the nation's ...

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