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Lawrence Litchfield

Lawrence Litchfield, business executive. Member National Minerals Advisory Council, 1949-1951. Trustee of the Carnegie Institute of Technology.; Member American Institute Mining Engineers.

Background

  • Litchfield, Lawrence was born on June 19, 1900 in Pittsburgh. Son of Lawrence and Ethel Herr (Jones) Litchfield.

  • Education

    • Graduated from the United States Naval Academy, 1920. Bachelor of Science, Harvard, 1923.

    Career

    • Mineral leasing work United States Bureau Mines, 1923-1924. Joined Aluminum Company of America, New York City, 1925, general manager mining division Aluminum Company American, vice president, 1956-1959, executive vice president, 1959-1960, president, director, 1960-1963, Chairman of the Board, since 1963, chairman of the executive committee, since 1965. Also former president, director subsidiaries.

      Director Mellon National Bank & Trust Company, Dravo Corporation (Pittsburgh).

    Membership

    Member National Minerals Advisory Council, 1949-1951. Trustee of the Carnegie Institute of Technology. Member American Institute Mining Engineers.

    Clubs: Harvard (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Alice Welsh Sailer, October 30, 1930. Children: Mistress Priscilla S. Wilson, Mary, Lawrence Nicholas Carver.
    • father: Lawrence Litchfield
    • mother: Ethel Herr (Jones) Litchfield
    • spouse: Alice Welsh Sailer
    • children: Mistress Priscilla S. Wilson Litchfield
    • Mary Litchfield
    • Lawrence Nicholas Carver Litchfield
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    Born June 19, 1900
    Died October, 1967
    (aged 67)
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