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Charles S. Leopold

Charles S. Leopold, American engineer. Recipient F. Paul Anderson medal, American Society Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers, 1955, Frank P. Brown award, Franklin Institute. Served as ensign United States Navy Reserve, World War I.; Fellow American Society Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers, Royal Society Arts, American Society Refrigerating Engineers (president 1946); member Franklin Institute, Sigma Xi, Eta Kappa Nu.; Club: Engineers.

Background

  • Leopold, Charles S. was born on May 8, 1896 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Isaac Leopold (Doctor of Medicine and Sarah (Stein) L.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineer, University of Pennsylvania, 1917, Electrical Engineer, 1947.

    Career

    • Established consulting engineering office under own name, Philadelphia, 1922. Projects include: air conditioning design United States Capitol and (old) House Office Building, 1936, air conditioning and electric design Pentagon Building, 1942, air conditioning design, Madison Square Garden. New York Stock Exchange, Fidelity-Philadelphia Trust Building, others.

    Works

    • Contributor technical publications.

    Membership

    Served as ensign United States Navy Reserve, World War I. Fellow American Society Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers, Royal Society Arts, American Society Refrigerating Engineers (president 1946). Member Franklin Institute, Sigma Xi, Eta Kappa Nu.

    Club: Engineers.

    Connections

    • Married Marian Rose Bettman, October 18, 1920. Children: Sally Rose, Margaret Virginia, Judith Annual.
    • father: Isaac Leopold Leopold
    • spouse: Marian Rose Bettman
    • children: Sally Rose Leopold
    • Margaret Virginia Leopold
    • Judith Ann Leopold
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    Born March 8, 1896
    Died November 24, 1960
    (aged 64)
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