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mining engineer

Albert Hill Fay, American mining engineer.

Background

Fay, Albert Hill was born on March 12, 1871 in Appleton City, Missouri, United States. Son of L. Lankton and Adeline (Hill) Fay.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Missouri School of Mines, 1902, Engineer of Mines, 1905. AM., Columbia, 1907.

Career

1 son, Albert Hill. Engineer with Greene Consolidated Copper Company, Cananea, Mexico, 1903-1905. Prospecting and development, Bartel’s Tin Mining Company, Alaska, 1906-1907. Mining engineer with John T. Williams & Son, Bristol, Tennessee, 1907-1908.

Editorial staff Engineering and Mining Journal, New York, 1908-1911. Editor Mineral Industry, 1911. With United States Bureau Mines, 1911-1920.

Valuation engineer and head of natural resources division, Income Tax Unit, Internal Revenue Bureau, Treasurer Department, specializing in petroleum, 1920-1923. Consultant mining engineer, 1923-1925. Assistant editor Engineering Mining Journal-Press, New York, 1925-1927.

Construction engineering The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 1929-1930. Now consultant mining engineer and assistant professor mining engineering, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania Secretary mining section Pan-American Scientific Congress, Washington, 1915.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Glossary of the Mining and Mineral Industry (20,000 terms and words), 1920.

Connections

Married Clara Louise Constable, November 4, 1908.

father:
L. Lankton Fay

mother:
Adeline (Hill) Fay

spouse:
Clara Louise Constable