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Harold Samuel Carter

Harold Samuel Carter, American civil engineer. Member American Society of Civil Engineers, American Society Engineering Education; Mason, Kiwanian. Utah Highway Needs Study, 1950 (study and report for Utah Legislative Council.

Background

  • Carter, Harold Samuel was born on October 17, 1896 in Eden, New York, United States. Son of Harry J. and Elizabeth (Yager) Carter.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Oregon State College, 1921. Master of Science, Iowa State College, 1923, C.E., 1929.

    Career

    • With Oregon Highway Commission, summers 1917-1921. Graduate assistant and instructor сivil engineering Iowa State College, 1921-1924. Assistant professor сivil engineering South Dakot State College, 1924-1925, associate, 1925-1926, professor сivil engineering, 1926-1936.

      Professor сivil engineering Utah State Agricultural College, 1936-1945, U. Utah, Salt Lake City, 1945-1953. Secretary-treasurer Metropolitan Engineers, since 1953. Construction engineering, South Dakot, Utah since 1924.

      Chairman engineering commission Utah Traffic Safety. Professional engineer, Utah, South Dakot, Iowa.

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Member American Society of Civil Engineers, American Society Engineering Education. Mason, Kiwanian. Utah Highway Needs Study, 1950 (study and report for Utah Legislative Council.

    Connections

    • Married Doris Greenwood, August 25, 1938. Children: Elaine, Harold Nick.
    • father: Harry J. Carter
    • mother: Elizabeth (Yager) Carter
    • spouse: Doris Greenwood
    • children: Elaine Carter
    • Harold Nick Carter
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    Born October 17, 1896
    Died July, 1965
    (aged 68)
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