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Millard Clayton Ernsberger

Millard Clayton Ernsberger, American mechanical engineer.

Background

  • Ernsberger, Millard Clayton was born on June 12, 1862 in Varick, New York, United States. Son of Daniel W. and Hannah (Warne) Ernsberger.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, University of Rochester, 1888. Mechanical Engineering, Sibley College (Cornell Univercity), 1908. Unmarried.

    Career

    • Admitted to New York bar, 1891, and practiced at New York City until 1897. Manager illustrating departments New York Tribune 2 years. Draftsman and designing engineer with Macintosh, Seymour & Company, steam engines, Auburn, New York, 1899-1906.

      Assistant and instructor in power engineering, Sibley College until 1909. Professor mechanic engineering, University of Rochester, 1909-1921. Professor heat-power engineering, Sibley School Mech.

      Engineering, April 30, since 1921.

    Connections

    • father: Daniel W. Ernsberger
    • mother: Hannah (Warne) Ernsberger
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    Born June 12, 1862
    Died January 25, 1940
    (aged 77)
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