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Clarence Philander Linville

Clarence Philander Linville, American metallurgical engineer. Fellow in chemistry, Ohio State University, 1900-1902; Member American Institute Mining Engineers, American Chemical Society, American Institute Chemists, American Electrochemical Society, New Jersey Chemical Society, Sigma Xi, Chi Phi.

Background

  • Linville, Clarence Philander was born on March 29, 1879 in Urbana, Ohio, United States. Son of Philander Edwin and Marie Cecilia (McClellan) Linville.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Ohio State University, 1900, Master of Arts, 1902.

    Career

    • Fellow in chemistry, Ohio State University, 1900-1902. Assistant chemist, with iron and steel companies, 1902-1903. Instructor metallurgy, 1903-1906, assistant professor, 1906-1907, associate professor, metallurgical engineering, 1907-1912, School of Mines, Pennsylvania State College.

      Blast furnaces superintendent with Joseph E. Thropp, 1912-1913. Assistant superintendent American Smelting & Refining Company, Maurer, New Jersey, 1913-1916. Research metallurgist, 1916-1923.

      Instructor dental metallurgy, Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery, 1921-1924. Metallurgist Calco Chemical Company Bound Brook, New Jersey, from 1923. Specialty research and process development work.

    Membership

    Fellow in chemistry, Ohio State University, 1900-1902. Member American Institute Mining Engineers, American Chemical Society, American Institute Chemists, American Electrochemical Society, New Jersey Chemical Society, Sigma Xi, Chi Phi.

    Connections

    • Married Jane Alice Evans, of Jackson, O., June 29, 1904. Children: C. Edwin, Philip.
    • father: Philander Edwin Linville
    • mother: Marie Cecilia (McClellan) Linville
    • spouse: Jane Alice Evans
    • children: C. Edwin Linville
    • Philip Linville
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