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Amor Frederick Keene

mining engineer

Amor Frederick Keene, American mining engineer. Member American Relief Committee, London, 1914; member Colonel House Committee, September 1918-February 1919, on World’s mineral resources. Special commendation from President Wilson and Ambassador Walter Hines Page for work done for American Relief Commissioners in London.

Background

Keene, Amor Frederick was born on December 18, 1879 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States. Son of Albin and Maria (Jeschka) Kuehn.

Education

Education public and high schools, Minneapolis. Engineer of Mines, University of Minnesota, 1904.

Career

1 son, Frederick Arthur. General mining engineering, United States Peru. Chile and Mexico, 1904-1909.

Consulting practice, New York, 1909-1911, London, 1911-1918, New York and London, since 1919. Vice president Mego Corporation. Director International Marble Corporation.

Membership

Member American Relief Committee, London, 1914. Member Colonel House Committee, September 1918-February 1919, on World’s mineral resources. Special commendation from President Wilson and Ambassador Walter Hines Page for work done for American Relief Commissioners in London.

Connections

Married Muriel Leslie Carmody, January 2, 1915.

father:
Albin Kuehn

mother:
Maria (Jeschka) Kuehn

spouse:
Muriel Leslie Carmody