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Walter Camp Parmley

Walter Camp Parmley, American civil engineer. Member Parmley & Finkle, engrs., San Bernardino, California, 1887-1889.

Background

  • Parmley, Walter Camp was born on December 8, 1862 in Rock Company, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Russell and Lucy Esther (Dean) Parmley.

  • Education

    • B.Met. Engineering, University of Wisconsin, 1887, Master of Science, 1893.

    Career

    • Member Parmley & Finkle, engrs., San Bernardino, California, 1887-1889. Engineer on Bear River Canal, Ogden City Water Works, and city engineer, Ogden 1889-1893. Assistant city engineer, Peoria, Illinois, 1893-1896, also private practice.

      Engineer special sanitation, Cleveland, O., 1896-1903. Consultant practice, New York City, since 1904. Has specialized in reinforced concrete construction for sewers and pipe lines.

      Inventor of reinforced concrete designs widely in use. President Essex County Mosquito Extermination Commission.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member Parmley & Finkle, engrs., San Bernardino, California, 1887-1889.

    Connections

    • Married Rose Webster, March 13, 1889. Children: Marjorie (Mistress.
    • father: Russell Parmley
    • mother: Lucy Esther (Dean) Parmley
    • spouse: Rose Webster
    • child: Marjorie (Mrs Parmley
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    Born December 8, 1862
    Died February 19, 1934
    (aged 71)
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