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Loyall Allen Osborne

Loyall Allen Osborne, American mechanic engineer. member National War Labor Board, 1917-1919; member Stockbridge Planning Board; Fellow American Institute Elec. Engineers; member Franklin Institute, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, National Industrial Conf Board (councillor; Club: University (New York).

Background

  • Osborne, Loyall Allen was born on June 22, 1870 in Newark, New Jersey, United States. Son of Frederick Allen and Eliza J. (Rathbone) Osborne.

  • Education

    • Mechanical Engineering, Cornell Univercity, 1891.

    Career

    • Engineer, 1891-1895, assistant superintendent, 1895-1897, assistant to vice president, 1897-1899, manager of works, 1899-1902, 4th vice president in charge of manufacturing and engineering, 1902-1904, 3d vice president, same duties, 1904-1906, vice president in charge of commercial and engineering department, 1906-1917, chairman General Commercial Committee Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, 1917-1929. Vice president New England Westinghouse Company, 1915-1919. Member National War Labor Board, 1917-1919.

      President Westinghouse Electric International Company, 1920-1934. Now retired. President Stockbridge library association. Member Stockbridge Planning Board.

      Chairman Stockbridge Traffic Committee.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member National War Labor Board, 1917-1919. Member Stockbridge Planning Board. Fellow American Institute Elec.

    Engineers; member Franklin Institute, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, National Industrial Conf Board (councillor. Club: University (New York).

    Connections

    • Married Emma Louise Hines, November 27, 1895. Children: Loyall A., Nancy B., John S., Louise.
    • father: Frederick Allen Osborne
    • mother: Eliza J. (Rathbone) Osborne
    • spouse: Emma Louise Hines
    • children: Loyall A. Osborne
    • Nancy B. Osborne
    • John S. Osborne
    • Louise Osborne
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    Born June 22, 1870
    Died August 18, 1944
    (aged 74)
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