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Charles White Merrill

Charles White Merrill, American mining engineer. award 1967), Mining and Metall. Member of the United States delegations Tin Study Group Meetings, 1947-1953, United States Tin Mission to Malaya, 1951; Served as private first class, Tank corpus, United States army, 1918-1919; Member American Institute Mining Engineers (director 1955-1956, chairman mineral economics div. 1955-1956; Club: Cosmos (Washington).

Background

  • Merrill, Charles White was born on July 22, 1900 in La Crescenta, California, United States. Son of Samuel and Emilie (Scherb) Merrill.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts in Geology, Stanford, 1922, Engineer of Mines, 1924.

    Career

    • In the United States and Mexico, 1924-1928. With United States Bureau Mines, San Francisco and Washington, 1928-1970, chief div. of minerals, Washington, 1955-1970. Associate Behre Dolbear & County, New York, 1970-1972.

    Works

    • Author articles mining engineering, mineral economics, strategic minerals in government, professional and technical publications, journals.

    Membership

    Member of the United States delegations Tin Study Group Meetings, 1947-1953, United States Tin Mission to Malaya, 1951. Served as private first class, Tank corpus, United States army, 1918-1919. Member American Institute Mining Engineers (director 1955-1956, chairman mineral economics div.

    1955-1956; Club: Cosmos (Washington).

    Connections

    • Married Lillian M. Dobbel, August 15, 1925. Children: Lillian D. (Mistress.
    • father: Samuel Merrill
    • mother: Emilie (Scherb) Merrill
    • spouse: Lillian M. Dobbel
    • child: Lillian D. (Mrs Merrill
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    Died March 1, 1972
    (aged 71)
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