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Henry Harrison Henline

electrical engineer.

Henry Harrison Henline, American electrical engineer. Fellow American Institute Elec. Engineers (chairman San Francisco Section, 1922-1923; Member American Society Engineering Education, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Xi.; Club: Engineers (New York).

Background

Henline, Henry Harrison was born on March 12, 1889 in Colfax, Illinois, United States. Son of Henry Calvin and Sarah Lucinda (Wiley) Henline.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineer, University of Illinois, 1914. Student Chicago Central Station Institute, 1915-1916.

Career

1 son, Henry Harrison, Junior Instructor science and mathematics, Oktaha (Oklahoma) High School, 1914-1915. Commercial engineering department Illinois Maintenance Company, Chicago, 1916-1917. Instructor in electrical engineering, Stanford University, 1917-1920, assistant professor, 1920-1924, associate professor, 1924-1926.

Works

  • Writer of papers on engineering education. Standard frequency radio station and high voltage power transmission.

Membership

Fellow American Institute Elec. Engineers (chairman San Francisco Section, 1922-1923. Member American Society Engineering Education, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Xi.

Club: Engineers (New York).

Connections

Married Adele Letts Poole, Jan 26, 1918.

father:
Henry Calvin Henline

mother:
Sarah Lucinda (Wiley) Henline

spouse:
Adele Letts Poole