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Harry G. CHASE

Harry G. CHASE, American State Quarter master. Member of Masons, Mount Tabor and General Henry Knox Lodges; Sons of Revolution; Massachusetts Chapter, Military Order of Foreign Wars (Secretary).

Background

  • CHASE, Harry G. was born on September 10, 1871 in West Newbury, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Otis G. and Sarah A. (Follensbee) Chase.

  • Education

    • Public Schools; Dean Academy. Tufts College; University of Paris.

    Career

    • Secy, of Faculty, Tufts College, 1895, Prof, of Physics, 1912. White Company Mfg’s. Motor Vehicles, 1912-1922. State Quartermaster, 1923.

      Enlisted United States Army, 1904. Captain, 1908; Major, 1916. Lieutenant Colonel, 1918.

      Served on Mexico Border, 1916. World War, 1917-1919. 23 months service in France, major work Director of Signal School, Second Corps Schools.

    Membership

    Member of Masons, Mount Tabor and General Henry Knox Lodges. Sons of Revolution; Massachusetts Chapter, Military Order of Foreign Wars (Secretary). Clubs: Y. D., Army and Navy.

    Connections

    • Spouse Mary F. Cook, November 23, 1897, Gloucester, Massachusetts.
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