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Alfred Eugene Douglass

Alfred Eugene Douglass, American manufacturer executive. Member Chamber of Commerce, American Society Mech. Engineers.

Background

  • Douglass, Alfred Eugene was born on January 16, 1888 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of William Merton and Helen Louise (Billings) Douglass.

  • Education

    • Student Mercersburg (Pennsylvania) Academy, 1906.

    Career

    • Supervisor Allentown Portland Cement Company, 1912-1918, president, director, 1939-1951, chairman, 1951-1957, chairman of the executive committee, 1957-1961. Manager crushing department Fuller-Lehigh Company, Fullerton, Pennsylvania, 1918-1925. Vice president, general manager Fuller Company, machinery manufacturers, Catasaugua, 1926-1929, president, 1929-1939, director, chairman of the executive committee, 1939-1954, president, 1954-1957, Chairman of the Board, from 1957.

      Director emeriti First National Bank Allentown.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member Chamber of Commerce, American Society Mech. Engineers; Clubs: Livingston, Lehigh Country (Allentown).

    Connections

    • Married Jean Melicent Ellis, December 7, 1907 (deceased). Children: Alfred Eugene, Donald Stoughton, Elizabeth Laurene (Mistress.
    • father: William Merton Douglass
    • mother: Helen Louise (Billings) Douglass
    • spouse: Jean Melicent Ellis
    • children: Alfred Eugene Douglass
    • Donald Stoughton Douglass
    • Elizabeth Laurene (Mrs Douglass
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