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Luther Roberts Nash

Luther Roberts Nash, American engineer. Member American Institute Elec. Engineers, Edison Electric Institute, American Gas Association, Chi Phi.

Background

  • Nash, Luther Roberts was born on January 22, 1871 in Ridgefield, Connecticut, United States. Son of John D. and Sarah J. (Holmes) Nash.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1894. S.M. Entertainment, Harvard, as of 1898.

    Career

    • 1 son, Frank Remington (deceased). With Stone & Webster, Inc., Boston, since 1895. Designing and constg. engineer, 1895-1904, manager public utilities, 1904-1908.

      Appraisal engineer and rate expert, 1908-1919. Consultant on regulation, rates, taxation, depreciation public relations, 1919-1932. Vice president Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation, in charge appraisals and rate Webster Engineering Corporation, in charge appraisals and rate investigations, 1933-1937, construction engineering since 1937.

      President Acorn Press, Inc., since 1938. Lecturer at Massachusetts Institute Technology, Harvard and Massachusetts Department of Education.

    Works

    • Author: Economics of Public Utilities, 1931, Public Utility Rate Structures, 1933. Also monographs and papers on utility and economic subjects.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Conglist

    Membership

    Member American Institute Elec. Engineers, Edison Electric Institute, American Gas Association, Chi Phi. Clubs: Silver Spring Country, Lions.

    Connections

    • Married Bonnibel Remington, of Boston, Massachusetts, October 15, 1896.
    • father: John D. Nash
    • mother: Sarah J. (Holmes) Nash
    • spouse: Bonnibel Remington
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