1 son, Georges Minch. In charge United States Weather Bureau, St. Louis, and assistant director Missouri Weather Service, Washington University, 1884-1889. Special agent United States bureau of Labor, 1889-1902.
Also engaged in research work, associate editor Bulletin of the United States bureau of Labor, and spent 3 years (1889-1892) in Europe investigating for the bureau. Statistical experts in charge of Division of Law and Research Work, 1902-1909. General secretary Octavia Hill Association, Philadelphia, and Philadelphia Housing Commission, 1909-1910.
Assistant chief, Bureau Statistics, chief Division of Internal Commerce, and commercial agent, Department Commerce and Labor, 1910-1912. Secretary Society for Betterment of Housing and Living Conditions, Richmond, Virginia, 1912-1913. Chief of cost of production div.
Department of Commerce, 1913-1916. Member of staff Institute for Government Research of the Brookings Institution, 1916-1918 and 1920-1932. Research expert and statistician Council of National Defense, 1918-1920.
Statistician of President’s Homes Commission, 1908. Vice president Washington Sanitary, Improvement Company.
Born August 3, 1863