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George Franklin Bush

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George Franklin Bush, American writer, publisher. Deacon Presbyterian Church; Member of American Society for Testing and Materials, Princeton Alumni Society, Princeton Engineering Society (founder, president), Harvard Engineering Society, Sigma Chi Alumni Society, Sigma Xi.

Background

Bush, George Franklin was born on July 1, 1909 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Frank Homer and Alvena (Hollenbach) Bush.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Lafayette College, 1932. Master in Engineering, 1934. Student, Harvard University, 1938.

Master of Science in Engineering, University Pennsylvania, 1947.

Career

Associate professor PrincetonU., New Jersey, 1942—1947. Founder, director George Bush Associates. Creators and manufacturers new science instruments Stonington, Maine, 1947—1975.

Director, founder Maine Writers' Workshop, since 1969. Public literature quarterly LETTERS, since 1969. Public, owner Mainespring Press, since 1969.

Works

  • Author: Pearls from My Oyster, 1986-1988, The Truth Fairy, 1988. Contributor chapters to books to professional journals.

Membership

Deacon Presbyterian Church. Member of American Society for Testing and Materials, Princeton Alumni Society, Princeton Engineering Society (founder, president), Harvard Engineering Society, Sigma Chi Alumni Society, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Helma Nitzsche, June 12, 1939. Children: Helma Diedre, Penelope Polyelsa, Susan, George Christopher.