Engineering Society WWI Roll of Honour
As you may know since the commencement of the "South Range Project" about seven years ago the Engineering Society WWI Roll of Honour has been in the College archive. I am pleased to tell you that the Principal's Office have agreed to it being re-dedicated and erected in the old "A" Corridor where Electronic Engineering had labs for many years.
The Principal's Office have also agreed to fund the cost of a plaque to explain why the memorial is in the basement.
I wonder if some of you could help with dates and locations etc to fill in the blanks of my proposed wording below.
I assume from 1952 The Memorial was somewhere in the Quad Labs and from 1973 to about 1999 it was in 3rd Basement of Macadam however where and exactly when it was first erected I just don't know.
Proposed wording for the plaque:
The Roll of Honour above this plaque was commissioned by the Engineering Society after the First World War.
It was originally located ????? and after a number of moves was archived at the commencement of the "South Range Project" in 2005.
The Roll of Honour was re-sited here as many Engineering Research Laboratories were located on this corridor from 19?? - To - 2005
The Roll of Honour was unveiled by ???????????? at a rededication ceremony 0n ?/?/ 2012
Thanks for any information or suggestions regarding the memorial.
Dr. Mike Clode
PS. If anyone has any information about the possible existance/location of a WWII Roll of Honour, please let me know.
If you think you can help, please contact the President