Bachelor of Arts, in geology, and mining, Stanford University, California, 1910. Doctor of Science, Colorado School of All Mines, 1930. Unmarried, Statistical and geological work, San Francisco, 1907-1908, in charge, Denver, 1908-1925, United States Geological Survey.
In charge Denver office economic branch United States bureau of Mines, 1925-1935. Supervising engineer of field offices, mineral production and economics div., United States bureau of Mines, since 1935, acting assistant to director, bureau, February 5-April 18, 1940. Cons. engineer United States Geological Survey on Colorado Coöp.
Geological Survey since 1925. Chairman Colorado section 16th International Geological Congress, 1932-1933. Vice president Colorado Engineering Council, 1932-1934.
Advisor on copper, lead and zinc codes, NRA, 1933-1934. Member sub-commission on mineral advisory committee, Army and Navy Munitions Board, 1939-1940. American Association for Advancement of Science.
Member Association Petroleum Geologists, American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers (ex-secretary and chairman Colorado section), Mining and Metallurgical Society of America, Colorado Scientific Society (president 1931-1943), Teknik Club (Denver), Sigma Xi, Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Gamma Epsilon.
Author: History of Mining in Colorado (United States Geological Survey). Gold and Silver American Year Book, 1928-1936. History, and Influence of Mining in the Western United States, Lindgren volunteer (A.I.M.M.E.), 1933.
Author of ann reports on mineral resources (United States Geological Survey and bureau of Mines), 1908-1943. Also articles in mining journals and University of Oregon 1908-1943. Also articles in mining journals and University of Oregon Bulletin.
Born September 10, 1885