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Edward Jacob Squire

Edward Jacob Squire, American civil engineer. Decorated Chevalier de la Croix de Lorraine; Order of Scientific merit of Humanist Institute of France; Knight Commander Star Order of Gold Cross of Cyprus and Jerusalem. Member American Society C.E., American Society England Education, New York Academy Science (fellow); Club: Brooklyn.

Background

  • Squire, Edward Jacob was born on December 29, 1886 in Watertown, New York, United States. Son of George P. and Mina (Geiger) Squire.

  • Education

    • Student Bulkeley School, New London, Connecticut. C.E., Polytechnic Institute, 1910. Master of Science, New York University, 1917.

    Career

    • Instructor сivil engineering, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1910-1917, assistant professor, 1917-1924, associate professor, 1924-1927, professor structural engineering since 1927, head department сivil engineering, 1938-1956, professor emeritus. Construction engineering. Vice president Lockwood Kessler & Bartlett, Inc., Syosset.

      Lecturer structures, Evening Division Engineering, New York University, 1932-1938. Expert examiner New York City Civil Service Commission since 1928. Licensed professional engineer, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Idaho, Minnesota.

    Works

    • Author: Elements of Graphic Statics. Also technical articles, book reviews.

    Membership

    Member American Society C.E., American Society England Education, New York Academy Science (fellow). Club: Brooklyn.

    Connections

    • Married Eleanore Schneider, June 19, 1915. Children: June (Mistress.
    • father: George P. Squire
    • mother: Mina (Geiger) Squire
    • spouse: Eleanore Schneider
    • child: June (Mrs Squire
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    Born December 29, 1886
    Died September 28, 1967
    (aged 80)
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