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Perry Galbraith Harrison

Perry Galbraith Harrison, American mining engineer. Member American Iron and Steel Institute, American Mining Congress, American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers.

Background

  • Harrison, Perry Galbraith was born on March 6, 1885 in Minneapolis. Son of Hugh and Teresa V. (Scott) Harrison.

  • Education

    • Student Columbia, 1909-1910. Engineer of Mines, Michigan College Mines, 1909.

    Career

    • 1 son, Hugh Howard; married second, Virginia Climo, 1955. Mining engineer Meriden Iron Company, 1911-1914. Superintendent National Mines Company, 1911-1917.

      Construction engineering, geologist with H. V. Winchell, 1917-1920. General superintendent Campania Minera del Misrasol, Mexico, 1921. General manager Portland Gold Mining Company, 1922.

      Mine superintendent Smuggler Union, 1923. General manager Cusi Mining Company, 1924-1927, North Range Mining Company, 1927-1937. General manager Evergreen Mines Company, 1927-1946, president, 1937-1946.

      Vice-president, director Hanna Coal & Ore Corporation since 1946 (also subsidiaries). Ore sales manager M. A. Hanna Company, Cleveland, 1946-1957, now iron ore consultant. Director Wheeling Steel Corporation.

    Membership

    Member American Iron and Steel Institute, American Mining Congress, American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. Clubs: Kitchi Gammi (Duluth).

    Connections

    • Married Alice L. Smith, 1917 (deceased).; married second, Virginia Climo, 1955.
    • father: Hugh Harrison
    • mother: Teresa V. (Scott) Harrison
    • spouses: Alice L. Smith
    • Virginia Climo
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    Born March 6, 1885
    Died November 11, 1959
    (aged 74)
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