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Albrecht Naeter

Albrecht Naeter, American electrical engineer, educator. Served with aviation section, Signal corpus, United States army, World War I.; Member American Institute of Elctrical Engineering (chairman Oklahoma City section 1934-1935; Mason.

Background

  • Naeter, Albrecht was born on March 21, 1894 in New Baden, Texas, United States. Son of Albrecht and Marie (Hiltpold) Naeter.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineer, University Texas, 1917. Student Westinghouse Graduate Student Course, 1918-1919. Master of Science, Cornell, 1923.

    Career

    • Instructor electrical engineering Cornell Univercity, 1919-1923. General tester Consolidated Edison Company, summers 1920-1923, 25. Associate professor of University North Carolina, 1923-1924.

      Charge dynamo laboratory Pratt Institute, 1924-1925. Associate professor Michigan State University, 1925-1929. With relay department Detroit Edison Company, summers 1926-1929.

      Professor, head School Elec. Engineering, Oklahoma A. and M. College (name now changed to Oklahoma State University), 1929-1960, professor, head School Elec. Engineering emeritus, 1960-1976.

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Served with aviation section, Signal corpus, United States army, World War I. Member American Institute of Elctrical Engineering (chairman Oklahoma City section 1934-1935.

    Connections

    • Married Ruby A. Wheaton, June 30, 1924. Children: Carol A. (Mistress.
    • father: Albrecht Naeter
    • mother: Marie (Hiltpold) Naeter
    • spouse: Ruby A. Wheaton
    • child: Carol A. (Mrs Naeter
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    Born March 21, 1894
    Died December 30, 1976
    (aged 82)
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