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Cecile Norman POTTER OBE (1892-1979) was awarded the OBE for his services to the Scouting movement [194], which included being Assistant Commissioner for Rover Scouts [378], Middlesex County Commissioner of Scouts and a member of the Council of the Scout movement. [788]

He was also recognised for the development of arial photography in WWII [378] and his contribution to a process for X-ray photographic intensification. [788]. He was Director of Selo Films in Ilford, Essex and was works manager for Ilford Ltd, photographic film company. [788]

Cecil lived for many years at 14 Burrard Road, West Hampstead, London, with a sister. He never married. [788]



Photo courtesy of Roger Santon [788]