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Charles Simon Herzig

Charles Simon Herzig, American mining engineer. Served various capacities in mines and smelting works, United States and Mexico; Member Institution Mining and Metallurgy, London, American Institute Mining Engineers, Tau Beta Pi.

Background

  • Herzig, Charles Simon was born on January 28, 1874 in New York, United States. Son of Simon and Anna (Schanzer) Herzig.

  • Education

    • College City New York, 1891. Engineer of Mines, School of Mines (Columbia), 1895.

    Career

    • Served various capacities in mines and smelting works, United States and Mexico. Became representative and local partner, 1903, in eastern Australia for Bewick, Moreing & Company, mining engrs., of London, England., at the time when Herbert C. Hoover was a member of that firm, and had charge of a number of companies as manager and director. In general practice London, 1906-1915.

      Returned to the United States, 1915. Has visited most of the principal mining districts of the world.

    Works

    • Author: Mine Sampling and Valuing. Contributor to technical magazines and societies.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Served various capacities in mines and smelting works, United States and Mexico. Member Institution Mining and Metallurgy, London, American Institute Mining Engineers, Tau Beta Pi.

    Connections

    • Married Mae Rose Sullivan, May 12, 1903. Married second, Florence F. Upmeyer, of Minneapolis, October 13, 1917.
    • father: Simon Herzig
    • mother: Anna (Schanzer) Herzig
    • spouses: Mae Rose Sullivan
    • Florence F. Upmeyer
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