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George Chandler Whipple

George Chandler Whipple, American engineer. member firm of Hazen and Whipple, consultant engrs., New New York; Member council Massachusetts State Department of Health, 1914-1923; Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Background

  • Whipple, George Chandler was born on March 2, 1866 in New Boston, New Hampshire, United States. Son of Joseph K. and Sarah Adeline (Chandler) Whipple.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1889.

    Career

    • Biologist Boston Water Works. Later director Mount Prospect Laboratory, department of water supply, gas and electricity, New York City. Member firm of Hazen and Whipple, consultant engrs., New New York Professor sanitary engineering, Harvard University, since 1911, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1914-1916.

    Works

    • Author: Microscopy of Drinking Water, 1889, 1905. Value of Pure Water, 1907. Typhoid Fever, 1908
    • State Sanitation, 1917.

      Vital Statistics, 1919.

    Membership

    Member firm of Hazen and Whipple, consultant engrs., New New York. Member council Massachusetts State Department of Health, 1914-1923. Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Science.

    Connections

    • Married Mary E. Rayner, June 29, 1893.
    • father: Joseph K. Whipple
    • mother: Sarah Adeline (Chandler) Whipple
    • spouse: Mary E. Rayner
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    Died November 27, 1924
    (aged 58)
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