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Allan Berry Campbell

Allan Berry Campbell, American electrical engineer. Fellow American Institute of Elctrical Engineering; member American Society Testing Materials, Houston Engineers; Club, Veterans of Safety, National Association Corrosion Engineers, Tau Beta Pi. Licensed professor engineer, Iowa, New York, Michigan.

Background

  • Campbell, Allan Berry was born on July 20, 1884 in Morgan County, Illinois, United States. Son of Clinton Samuel and Mary Ann (Eyre) Campbell.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Illinois, 1909, engineering degree, 1921.

    Career

    • Student apprentice, 1909-1911. Telephone-operation, maintenance and engineering, 1911-1915. Teacher Iowa State College Agriculture and Mech.

      Arts, 1915-1920; electrical engineer Board R.R. Commissioners, State of Iowa, 1920-1923. Engineer, National Electric Light Association and Edison Electric Institute, 1923-1943. Eastern sales representative Hughes Brothers, 1943-1946.

      Executive secretary, National Association Corrosion Engineers since 1946.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Fellow American Institute of Elctrical Engineering. Member American Society Testing Materials, Houston Engineers. Club, Veterans of Safety, National Association Corrosion Engineers, Tau Beta Pi.

    Licensed professor engineer, Iowa, New York, Michigan.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Alma Butler, October 15, 1909. Children: Allan Bonham, Kenneth Butler.
    • father: Clinton Samuel Campbell
    • mother: Mary Ann (Eyre) Campbell
    • spouse: Mary Alma Butler
    • children: Allan Bonham Campbell
    • Kenneth Butler Campbell
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    Born July 20, 1884
    Died September 17, 1962
    (aged 78)
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