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Clarence Edward Olmsted

Clarence Edward Olmsted, American oil executive.

Background

  • Olmsted, Clarence Edward was born on September 4, 1890 in Santa Paula, California, United States. Son of Frank Cruison and Clara Alma (McCray) Olmsted.

  • Education

    • Student сivil engineering, Stanford University, 1910-1911, Columbia University, 1911-1915. Civil engineer, Columbia, New York City.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Louise. Engineer Litchfield Construction County, New York City, 1915-1917, Standard Oil of California, 1917-1918. Served in Corps of Engineers, United States Army, 1918. Engineer The Texas Company (Delaware), 1919-1921, superintendent Delaware River Terminal, 1921-1923, assistant superintendent Lockport Works, 1923.

      Manager refining and transportation, California Petroleum Corporation, Los Angeles, 1923-1927, vice-president and director, 1927-1929. Vice president, general manager The Texas Company (California), Los Angeles, 1929-1934, president, general manager, 1934-1938. Vice president The Texas Company (Delaware), New York City, 1938-1950, also director, 1940-1950.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Clubs: Bohemian, California, Los Angeles Country.

    Connections

    • Married Helen N. Rogers, May 21, 1925.
    • father: Frank Cruison Olmsted
    • mother: Clara Alma (McCray) Olmsted
    • spouse: Helen N. Rogers
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