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Arthur Arton Hamerschlag

Arthur Arton Hamerschlag, American educator, engineer. Award of Dept. member Smoke and Dust Abatement League of Pittsburgh (president), Schenley Memorial Commn; member Internat.

Background

  • Hamerschlag, Arthur Arton was born on November 22, 1867 in Nebraska, United States. Son of William and Francesca H. (Brummel) Hamerschlag.

  • Education

    • Educational public schools, Omaha and New York, private tutors. (Doctor of Science, Lehigh University, 1907, Western University of Pennsylvania, 1907. Doctor of Laws, Trinity College, Connecticut, 1912, Allegheny College, Pennsylvania, 1915).

    Career

    • In engineering field work United States, Cuba, Mexico, 1888-1892. Superintendent St. George’s Evening Trade School, New York, 1892-1904. President Carnegie Institute Technology, Pittsburgh, 1903-1922.

      Director industrial research, Office of Major General George W. Goethals. President Research Corporation New York, since 1923. Consulting engineer New York Trade School, Boys’ Preparatory Trade School, New York, Highland Falls (New York) Evening Trade School, etc., until 1904.

      During same period in independent practice as consulting electrical and mechanic engineer for numerous corporations and industries. Member Smoke and Dust Abatement League of Pittsburgh (president), Schenley Memorial Commission, Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce. Member International Jury of Award of Department of Education, Pamana P.I. Exposition, 1915.

      Home: Pittsburgh, Pa.

    Membership

    Member Smoke and Dust Abatement League of Pittsburgh (president), Schenley Memorial Commn. Member Internat.

    Connections

    • Married Elizabeth Ann Tollast, December 23, 1901.
    • father: William Hamerschlag
    • mother: Francesca H. (Brummel) Hamerschlag
    • spouse: Elizabeth Ann Tollast
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    Born November 22, 1867
    Died July 20, 1927
    (aged 59)
    Nationality

    Award