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Robert Salmon

(1763—1821) architect and mechanical engineer


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Robert Salmon (c. 1775—1848)

Salmon, Robert (c. 1775)

Salmon, Robert (1775–after 1845)

SALMON, Robert (1775 - 1844), Painter

Salmon, Robert (born 1775), painter

Salmon, Robert (1775–c. 1848/51)

Salmon, Robert (1763-1821), architect and mechanical engineer

HUTTON, Robert Salmon (1876 - 1970), Fellow of Clare College, since 1936; on Court of Goldsmiths’ Company, since 1936; Vice-President, City and Guilds of London Institute, since 1950; Hon. Fellow, Imperial College of Science and Technology, 1952

Group Work and Aging: Issues in Practice, Research and Education,
 Robert Salmon and Roberta Graziano (eds),
 Binghamton, NY, The Haworth Press, 2005, pp. xix + 269, ISBN 0 7890 2881 6, $34.95.

Rufus Woods, the Columbia River, & the Building of Modern Washington. By Robert E. Ficken, The Organic Machine. By Richard White and Saving the Salmon: A History of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Efforts to Protect Anadromous Fish on the Columbia and Snake Rivers. By Lisa Mighetto and Wesley J. Ebel

GILLESPIE, Robert Dick (1897 - 1945), Physician for Psychological Medicine, Guy’s Hospital, and Lecturer in Psychological Medicine, Guy’s Hospital Medical School; Air Commodore, late RAFVR; Corr. Member of American Psychiatric Association; Member of the Association of Physicians; Examiner in Psychological Medicine to the Royal College, and University of London; McNeill Lecturer to the University of Aberdeen, 1935; Consulting Physician to the Cassel Hospital; Salmon Lecturer, New York, 1941

 
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