Log In

Franklin Farley

business executive.

Franklin Farley, business executive. Served with Chemical Warfare Service, Army of the United States, 1918.; Member American Institute Chemical Engineers, American Association for the Advancement of Science, S.A.R., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Xi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi.; Club: Engineers’.

Background

Farley, Franklin was born on September 1, 1895 in Bellaire, Ohio, United States. Son of Samuel Franklin and Catherine (Blamey) Farley.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Kansas, 1918.

Career

1 daughter, Susanne. Engineer, Washington Marine Insurance Company. New York City, 1919-1921. Chemical engineer Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1921-1923.

Assistant treasurer and treasurer The Phosphate Mining Company. New York City, 1923-1941. Vice president International Minerals & Chemical Corporation, Chicago, 1941-1952.

Management consultant Chemicals div., Food Machinery and Chemical Corporation, New York City, 1953, president Westvaco Chlor-Alkali div., 1954-1957, management consultant, 1957-1960.

Membership

Served with Chemical Warfare Service, Army of the United States, 1918. Member American Institute Chemical Engineers, American Association for the Advancement of Science, S.A.R., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Xi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. Club: Engineers’.

Connections

Married Florence Graham Mulligan, January 18, 1930.

father:
Samuel Franklin Farley

mother:
Catherine (Blamey) Farley

spouse:
Florence Graham Mulligan