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Henry John Wolf

mining engineer

Henry John Wolf, American mining engineer. Recipient of the distinguished achievement medal Colorado School Mines, 1949; Legion of Honor, American Institute Mining EnrEngrs.

Background

Wolf, Henry John was born on February 6, 1881 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Henry John and Emma Regina (Goldbeck) Wolf.

Education

Engineer of Mines, Colorado School Mines, 1903, Master of Science, 1913.

Career

Began as assayer and chemist San Miguel Consolidated Gold Mining Company Colorado, 1902, later mining engineer same and for other corporations. Engineer Telluride Power Company 1904, alter (Colorado), assistant electrical engineer, power line superintendent. Chief engineer Camp Bird Mine, Colorado, 1906.

Superintendent Stanley Mines Company, 1907. General manager Japan-Flora Mines Company, 1909. Professor mining Colorado School Mines, 1912-1918, head department, 1913-1918.

Formerly county surveyor and engineer San Miguel County, Colorado, also city engineer, Telluride, Colorado. Formerly associate editor Engineering and Mining Journal. President H. J. Wolf Associates, member The Malm-Wolf Company.

Construction engineering, financial adviser private clients. Consultant cadmium, copper-zinc branch, also chief cadmium section production div. Office of Personnel Management, 1941.

Principal technical consultant, chief cadmium section, micagraphite branch War Production Board, 1942, chief Cadmium-bismuth section, zinc div., 1942, chief cadmium-bismuth Cadmium-bismuth section, zinc div., 1942, chief cadmium-indium and miscellaneous metals section, zinc div., 1943-1944, lead and mineral specialist, metals div. F.E.A., 1944-1945; engineer Renolds Research, Glen Cove, Long Island, 1945-1947. Member, secretary Behre, Dolbear & Company, 1947-1948.

Private practice mining and construction engineering, New York City, from 1948. Construction engineering Lajo Mines, Ltd., from 1949. Surinam Development Corporation, from 1958.

Construction engineering general manager Lajo Surinam Associates, from 1959. Active member, treasurer Long Island Symphony Orchester. Active member of the Washington Civic Orchestra and War Production Board Orchestra.

Works

  • Author: Studies in Stock Speculation. The Ten Cardinal Principles of Trading. A Treatise on Cadmium.

    Pitfalls inthe New Stock Market, also numerous technical and financial articles.

Membership

Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member American Institute Mining and Metall Engineers, American Electrochemical Society, Society Promotion Engineering Education, Mining and Metallurgical Society American, American Mining Congress, Colorado Science Society, Pan American Institute Mining Engineering and Geology, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Gamma Museum. Mason ( Knights Templar, Shriner, 32°).

Clubs: Rocky Mountain, Mining (New York City).

Connections

Married Carolyn Alice Wright, January 19, 1908. Children: Harry Joh, William Robert, George Edward.

father:
Henry John Wolf

mother:
Emma Regina (Goldbeck) Wolf

spouse:
Carolyn Alice Wright

children:
Harry Joh Wolf

William Robert Wolf

George Edward Wolf