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Clarence Philander Linville

metallurgical engineer

Clarence Philander Linville, American metallurgical engineer. Fellow in chemistry, Ohio State University, 1900-1902; Member American Institute Mining Engineers, American Chemical Society, American Institute Chemists, American Electrochemical Society, New Jersey Chemical Society, Sigma Xi, Chi Phi.

Background

Linville, Clarence Philander was born on March 29, 1879 in Urbana, Ohio, United States. Son of Philander Edwin and Marie Cecilia (McClellan) Linville.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Ohio State University, 1900, Master of Arts, 1902.

Career

Fellow in chemistry, Ohio State University, 1900-1902. Assistant chemist, with iron and steel companies, 1902-1903. Instructor metallurgy, 1903-1906, assistant professor, 1906-1907, associate professor, metallurgical engineering, 1907-1912, School of Mines, Pennsylvania State College.

Blast furnaces superintendent with Joseph E. Thropp, 1912-1913. Assistant superintendent American Smelting & Refining Company, Maurer, New Jersey, 1913-1916. Research metallurgist, 1916-1923.

Instructor dental metallurgy, Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery, 1921-1924. Metallurgist Calco Chemical Company Bound Brook, New Jersey, from 1923. Specialty research and process development work.

Membership

Fellow in chemistry, Ohio State University, 1900-1902. Member American Institute Mining Engineers, American Chemical Society, American Institute Chemists, American Electrochemical Society, New Jersey Chemical Society, Sigma Xi, Chi Phi.

Connections

Married Jane Alice Evans, of Jackson, O., June 29, 1904. Children: C. Edwin, Philip.

father:
Philander Edwin Linville

mother:
Marie Cecilia (McClellan) Linville

spouse:
Jane Alice Evans

children:
C. Edwin Linville

Philip Linville