Famous architects of the City of London: a series of articles first published in the 'City Press' (with map of City square mile).

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(4 Moorfields, EC2Y 9AB), 'City Press', 1971 - Architecture - 70 pages
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About the author (1971)

Michael Hanson was born in 1932, and educated in Sheffield Yorkshire during the last of the depression years. He grew up in wartime when the German bombing was at its height.

After his National Service in the R.A.F., he joined the Metropolitan Police and served in Uniform in the West End of London before joining the Criminal Investigation Department as a Detective.

When he brought his young family to Canada in 1968, he worked for a while for Pinkertons the famous Security Organisation before becoming the first Consumer Affairs Officer in the Government of British Columbia. He went on to become the Director of Trade Practices, enforcing the first Legislation in Canada which dealt with misleading, deceptive and unconscionable business practices.

Happily married with three children and four grandchildren he is now retired and living in North Saanich, British Columbia.

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