George Garibaldi Turri

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George Garibaldi Turri was an Australian patent attorney in Melbourne. He appears to have worked in the British patent system before Australia became independent in 1901, and before the Australian Patent Office was founded in 1904.

He's recorded as being at the Salisbury Building on Queen Street in 1899 and at 364-366 Collins Street, Melbourne as of 1908.[1][2]

Later a recurring scholarship was named for him.[3]

References

  1. Government Gazette of Western Australia, 2 Feb 1900, [1], page 407]
  2. 1908 reference misplaced but it can be found by web search
  3. google search for George Garibaldi Turri Scholarships