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Edward Jacob Squire

civil engineer.

Edward Jacob Squire, American civil engineer. Decorated Chevalier de la Croix de Lorraine; Order of Scientific merit of Humanist Institute of France; Knight Commander Star Order of Gold Cross of Cyprus and Jerusalem. Member American Society C.E., American Society England Education, New York Academy Science (fellow); Club: Brooklyn.

Background

Squire, Edward Jacob was born on December 29, 1886 in Watertown, New York, United States. Son of George P. and Mina (Geiger) Squire.

Education

Student Bulkeley School, New London, Connecticut. C.E., Polytechnic Institute, 1910. Master of Science, New York University, 1917.

Career

Instructor сivil engineering, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, 1910-1917, assistant professor, 1917-1924, associate professor, 1924-1927, professor structural engineering since 1927, head department сivil engineering, 1938-1956, professor emeritus. Construction engineering. Vice president Lockwood Kessler & Bartlett, Inc., Syosset.

Lecturer structures, Evening Division Engineering, New York University, 1932-1938. Expert examiner New York City Civil Service Commission since 1928. Licensed professional engineer, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Idaho, Minnesota.

Works

  • Author: Elements of Graphic Statics. Also technical articles, book reviews.

Membership

Member American Society C.E., American Society England Education, New York Academy Science (fellow). Club: Brooklyn.

Connections

Married Eleanore Schneider, June 19, 1915. Children: June (Mistress.

father:
George P. Squire

mother:
Mina (Geiger) Squire

spouse:
Eleanore Schneider

child:
June (Mrs Squire