1 son, Robert Franklin. Municipal engineer, Burley, Idaho, January-May, 1921. Field engineering on location and construction Carey (Idaho) Irrigation Project, May-September, 1921.
Science and math, instructor, Burley (Idaho) High School, 1921-1922. Assistant superintendent Burley (Idaho) public schools, 1922-1923. Instructor in physics, chemistry and mathematics, also athletic coach, Hollister (Idaho) High School, 1924-1925.
Assistant superintendent and engineer irrigation project, Salmon River Canal Company, Hollister, Idaho, 1925-1927. Instructor in physics, chemistry and mathematics Hollister High School, 1927-1928. Made hydraulic investigations American Falls Reservoir and Basin Water District Northern 36, State of Idaho, Idaho Falls, May-October 1928.
With Office Engineering, Fort Hall Irrigation project, United States Indian Irrigation Service, Blackfoot, Idaho, 1928-1929. Office and field engineering, Columbia Basin Investigations, Washington United States Engineer Office, Seattle, Washington, 1929-1930. Chief, research and geology division United States bureau of Reclamation, Denver, 1930-1951.
Vice president, general manager Great Western Aggregates, Inc. Research consultant Ideal Cement Company. Chairman Reinforced Concrete Research Council Engineering Foundation Winner Thomas Fitch Rowland prize for paper Deterioration of Concrete Dams Due to Alkali-Aggregate Reaction.