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Walter Edwin Scott

Walter Edwin Scott, American mining engineer. member Colorado Metal Mining Fund Board, 1950.; Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, American Mining Congress, Colorado Mining Association (past vice president), Colorado Science Society, Colorado Society Engineers; Mason (Shriner). Mining editor of the Register-Call, since 1940.

Background

  • Scott, Walter Edwin was born on November 7, 1895 in Black Hawk, Colorado, United States. Son of Walter Edwin and Annette (Gilhooley) Scott.

  • Education

    • Student Regis Preparatory School. Bachelor of Science, Regis College.

    Career

    • Annette. Various engineering and executive positions mining companies, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Missouri, Nevada, Canada, and Alaska, 1917-1937. Consultant mining engineer private office, Central City, Colorado, 1937-1950. City engineer City Central, 1938-1948.

      Company engineer Gilpin Company, Colorado, 1938-1942. Commissioner mines State Colorado, 1950-1959, retired 1959. Chairman Colorado Geological Survey Board since 1950.

      Secretary-treasurer, director Dumont Investment Company. Owner mining properties, Clear Creek and Gilpin companies, Colorado Chairman Colorado Mineral Resources Board, 1938-1950. Member Colorado Metal Mining Fund Board, 1950.

      Registered profile engineer, Colorado.

    Works

    • Contributor professional journals.

    Membership

    Member Colorado Metal Mining Fund Board, 1950.; Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, American Mining Congress, Colorado Mining Association (past vice president), Colorado Science Society, Colorado Society Engineers. Mason (Shriner). Mining editor of the Register-Call, since 1940.

    Connections

    • Married Nora Beardsley Livingston, December 19, 1925.
    • father: Walter Edwin Scott
    • mother: Annette (Gilhooley) Scott
    • spouse: Nora Beardsley Livingston
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    Born November 7, 1895
    Died July 25, 1959
    (aged 63)
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