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Harold John Lockwood

Harold John Lockwood, American engineer, educator. Served as; Member American Institute of Elctrical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Gamma Alpha, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Nu.; Mason.; Club: Hartford Engineers.

Background

  • Lockwood, Harold John was born on September 14, 1890 in New Rochelle, New York, United States. Son of Fred H. and Annie E. K. (Ferens) Lockwood.

  • Education

    • Electrical Engineer, Lafayette College, 1912, Master of Science, 1916. Master of Arts, honorary, Dartmouth, 1925.

    Career

    • In physics Lafayette College, 1912-1918, assistant professor, 1918-1921. Professor power engineering Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth, 1921-1931. Professor electrical engrnig.

      Manhattan College, 1938-1942. Supervisor Todd Shipyards, Brooklyn, 1942-1943. Professor engineering Trinity College, since 1943, now also head department.

      Visiting lecturer, School of Engineering, Yale, 1945-1946. Construction engineering, State N.H., 1931-1933, Vulcan Radiator Company, Hartford, Connecticut, 1948-1950, Industrial Sound Control, 1951-1956. State director Federal Emergency Administration Public Works for Maine, N.H. and Vermont, 1933-1937.

      Arbitrator, State Board of Mediation and Arbitration of Connecticut, 1947-1956.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Served as; Member American Institute of Elctrical Engineering, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Gamma Alpha, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Nu. Mason.; Club: Hartford Engineers.

    Connections

    • Married Elizabeth Van Campen, March 24, 1913. Children: John A., Theodore D. Instructor.
    • father: Fred H. Lockwood
    • mother: Annie E. K. (Ferens) Lockwood
    • spouse: Elizabeth Van Campen
    • children: John A. Lockwood
    • Theodore D. Instr Lockwood
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    Born September 14, 1890
    Died April 15, 1960
    (aged 69)
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