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Henry Harrison Henline

Henry Harrison Henline, American electrical engineer. Fellow American Institute Elec. Engineers (chairman San Francisco Section, 1922-1923; Member American Society Engineering Education, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Xi.; Club: Engineers (New York).

Background

  • Henline, Henry Harrison was born on March 12, 1889 in Colfax, Illinois, United States. Son of Henry Calvin and Sarah Lucinda (Wiley) Henline.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineer, University of Illinois, 1914. Student Chicago Central Station Institute, 1915-1916.

    Career

    • 1 son, Henry Harrison, Junior Instructor science and mathematics, Oktaha (Oklahoma) High School, 1914-1915. Commercial engineering department Illinois Maintenance Company, Chicago, 1916-1917. Instructor in electrical engineering, Stanford University, 1917-1920, assistant professor, 1920-1924, associate professor, 1924-1926.

    Works

    • Writer of papers on engineering education. Standard frequency radio station and high voltage power transmission.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Fellow American Institute Elec. Engineers (chairman San Francisco Section, 1922-1923. Member American Society Engineering Education, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Xi.

    Club: Engineers (New York).

    Connections

    • Married Adele Letts Poole, Jan 26, 1918.
    • father: Henry Calvin Henline
    • mother: Sarah Lucinda (Wiley) Henline
    • spouse: Adele Letts Poole
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