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Abraham Lincoln Artman Himmelwright

Abraham Lincoln Artman Himmelwright, American civil engineer. member American Society C. E., American Geography Society (life), National Geography Society, Chi Phi.; Club: Engineers’.

Background

  • Himmelwright, Abraham Lincoln Artman was born on February 7, 1865 in Milford Square, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Charles Reller and Susan (Artman) Himmelwright.

  • Education

    • C.E., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, 1888.

    Career

    • 2d, Adeline Dagmar Neilson, Oakland, California, May 3, 1916. In railway engineering work, 1888-1890. In mining engineering, bituminous coal fields of Pennsylvania, 1891, and later extensively identified with limestone, granite and phosphate properties of the East and Florida.

      Has made special study of fireproof construction and is a recognized authority on the subject. General manager Roebling Construction Company, 1895-1909. Consulting engineer, since 1909.

    Works

    • Author: In the Heart of the Bitter Root Mountains, 1895. Tests of Fire Proof Construction, 1899. The San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, 1906.

      A Model Fire-Proof Farm House, 1913. Pistol and Revolver Shooting, 1914.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Lutheran

    Membership

    Member American Society C. E., American Geography Society (life), National Geography Society, Chi Phi. Club: Engineers’.

    Connections

    • Married Harriet Sage Hamlin, of Albany, New York, January 21, 1895 (died, 1897).
    • father: Charles Reller Himmelwright
    • mother: Susan (Artman) Himmelwright
    • spouse: Harriet Sage Hamlin
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