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Paul Martyn Lincoln

Paul Martyn Lincoln, American electrical engineer. Fellow American Institute of Elctrical Engineering (president 1914-1915); member American Society Mech. Engineers John Scott medal, 1902, for synchronism indicator from Franklin Institute; Mason (32°).; Club: Engineers’ (New York).

Background

  • Lincoln, Paul Martyn was born on January 1, 1870 in Antrim, Michigan, United States. Son of William E. and Louise (Marshall) Lincoln.

  • Education

    • Western Reserve University, 1888-1889. Electrical Engineer, Ohio State University, 1892. Doctor of Engineering from same university, 1933.

    Career

    • With Short Electric Company, Cleveland, 1892, Westinghouse Elec. & Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, 1892-1895. Electrical superintendent Niagara Falls Power Company, 1895-1902.

      With Westinghouse Elec. & Manufacturing Company, 1902-1919, as engineer of power division and general engineer. Professor electrical engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 1911-1915.

      Construction engineering Lincoln Electric Company, Cleveland, 1919-1922. Director School of Elec. Engineering, Cornell Univercity, since 1922.

      President Therm-Electric Meter corporation since 1938.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyterian

    Membership

    Fellow American Institute of Elctrical Engineering (president 1914-1915). Member American Society Mech. Engineers John Scott medal, 1902, for synchronism indicator from Franklin Institute.

    Mason (32°).; Club: Engineers’ (New York).

    Connections

    • Married Elizabeth R. Hague, June 30, 1897. Children: Helen H. (Mistress.
    • father: William E. Lincoln
    • mother: Louise (Marshall) Lincoln
    • spouse: Elizabeth R. Hague
    • child: Helen H. (Mrs Lincoln
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    Born January 1, 1870
    Died December 20, 1944
    (aged 74)
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