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Joseph Stanley-Brown

Joseph Stanley-Brown, American banker. member United States Geological Survey, 1882-1885, assistant geologist, 1888-1889; Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Geological Society (editor Bulletin since 1892), etc.

Background

  • Stanley-Brown, Joseph was born on August 19, 1858 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of John Leopold and Elizabeth M. Stanley-Brown.

  • Education

    • Graduated from Yale, 1888, Bachelor of Philosophy, as of class of 1888, 1895.

    Career

    • Stenographer to late Major John Wesley Powell, on geological survey of Rocky Mountains, 1877-1879. Private secretary to President Garfield, 1880-1881. Member United States Geological Survey, 1882-1885, assistant geologist, 1888-1889.

      Expert Bering Sea Arbitration, 1891-1893. Superintendent N. American Commercial Company, Alaska, 1894-1899. Assistant secretary U.P. and S.P. railway systems, New York, 1899-1902.

      Assistant to the president Long Island Railroad Company, 1902-1904. Manager railroad department Fisk & Robinson, bankers, New York, 1905.

    Membership

    Member United States Geological Survey, 1882-1885, assistant geologist, 1888-1889. Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Geological Society (editor Bulletin since 1892), etc.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Garfield, June 14, 1888.
    • father: John Leopold
    • mother: Elizabeth M. Stanley-Brown
    • spouse: Mary Garfield
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    Born August 19, 1858
    Died November 2, 1941
    (aged 83)
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