Nicholls White (killed in action, Italy, October 27, 1943). Surveyman, surveyor, junior engineer, United States Engineers Department, Nashville and Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1908-1922. Assistant, principal assistant, state highway (chief) engineer, Louisiana Highway Commission, Baton Rouge, 1922-1928.
Engineer, later senior engineer, United States Engineer Department, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1928-1935. Senior engineer on temporary duty, office chief of engrs. United States Army, Washington, District of Columbia, 1933-1935, in connection with engineering investigation public works projects for Mississippi Valley Committee.
Principal and head hydraulic engineer, chief of river control branch Tennessee Valley Authority from January 1936. Regional water consultant Tennessee and Cumberland River basins for Water Resources Committee of National Resources Planning Board, 1936-1942. Alternate member Water Resources Committee 1938 until disbanded in 1943.
Member commission on evaluating constructed projects President’ Water Resources Commission, Washington, 1950.