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Amor Frederick Keene

Amor Frederick Keene, American mining engineer. Member American Relief Committee, London, 1914; member Colonel House Committee, September 1918-February 1919, on World’s mineral resources. Special commendation from President Wilson and Ambassador Walter Hines Page for work done for American Relief Commissioners in London.

Background

  • Keene, Amor Frederick was born on December 18, 1879 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. Son of Albin and Maria (Jeschka) Kuehn.

  • Education

    • Education public and high schools, Minneapolis. Engineer of Mines, University of Minnesota, 1904.

    Career

    • 1 son, Frederick Arthur. General mining engineering, United States Peru. Chile and Mexico, 1904-1909.

      Consulting practice, New York, 1909-1911, London, 1911-1918, New York and London, since 1919. Vice president Mego Corporation. Director International Marble Corporation.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Lutheran

    Membership

    Member American Relief Committee, London, 1914. Member Colonel House Committee, September 1918-February 1919, on World’s mineral resources. Special commendation from President Wilson and Ambassador Walter Hines Page for work done for American Relief Commissioners in London.

    Connections

    • Married Muriel Leslie Carmody, January 2, 1915.
    • father: Albin Kuehn
    • mother: Maria (Jeschka) Kuehn
    • spouse: Muriel Leslie Carmody
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    Born December 18, 1879
    Died September 25, 1940
    (aged 60)
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