Club: St. Botolph (Boston).
Appointed to teaching staff, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1904, instructor in theoretical physics, 1905-1910, assistant professor, 1910-1915, associate professor, 1915-1917. Directed scientific work on development of means for detection of hostile submarines, World War I, president Comstock & Wescott, Inc., Engineers 1912-1914. Vice president Kalmus, Comstock & Wescott, Inc., engrs., 1914-1925.
Director of scientific work on, and principal inventor of the process for producing Motion Pictures in natural color known as the Technicolor process, developed by Kalmus, Comstock & Wescott, Inc., for the Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation, during 1914-1925. Vice president Technicolor Motion Picture Corporation, 1918-1925. President Comstock & Westcott, Inc., 1925-1967, Chairman of the Board, 1967-1970.
Engaged almost exclusively with research and development on war projects during World World War II. Now engage in industrial research. President, treasurer, director Stator Company, co-inventor of new refrigeration process owned by same.
Born August 14, 1883