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William Williams Crehore

William Williams Crehore, American civil engineer.

Background

  • Crehore, William Williams was born on February 3, 1864 in Cleveland. Son of John Davenport and Lucy (Williams) Crehore.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1886, Bachelor of Philosophy (Sheffield Scientific School), 1888.

    Career

    • Principal Hemenway High School, Norfolk, Virginia, 1888-1890. Practicing as civil engineer, since 1890. President Typewriting Telegraph Company, since 1906.

      Author: Tables and Diagrams for Use of Engineers and Architects, 1894. Protection’s Brood, 1912. Contributor to engineering journals.

      Also chapter on Modern High Buildings in DuBois’ Stresses in Framed Structures, 1896. Chapter on Theoretical Considerations of Design in Foster’s Wooden Trestle Bridges, 1894. Home: Westfield, New Jersey.

    Works

    • Author: Tables and Diagrams for Use of Engineers and Architects, 1894. Protection’s Brood, 1912. Contributor to engineering journals.

      Also chapter on Modern High Buildings in DuBois’ Stresses in Framed Structures, 1896. Chapter on Theoretical Considerations of Design in Foster’s Wooden Trestle Bridges, 1894.

    Connections

    • Married Anna Ballard, July 11, 1888.
    • father: John Davenport Crehore
    • mother: Lucy (Williams) Crehore
    • spouse: Anna Ballard
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    Born February 3, 1864
    Died September 13, 1918
    (aged 54)
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