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Hugh G. Boutell

mechanical engineer.

Hugh G. Boutell, American mechanical engineer. member Railway and Locomotive History Society, Railroadians of America, Brotherhood of Live Steamers.

Background

Boutell, Hugh G. was born on March 9, 1890 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Henry Sherman and Euphemia (Gates) Boutell.

Education

Bachelor of Science, George Washington University, 1912.

Career

1 daughter, Suzette (Mistress Alfred Francis Hopkins, Junior). Dynamometer car engineer Southern Railway, 1914-1916. Draftsman Baldwin Locomotive Works, 1916-1918.

Assistant engineer physicist National Bureau Standards, 1918, chief information section, 1919-1946, associate engineer, mechanic engineer, editor Technology News Bulletin, 1919-1946. Life member Military Order Loyal Legion. Member Railway and Locomotive History Society, Railroadians of America, Brotherhood of Live Steamers.

Works

  • Author: National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics Report Number 44 (with H. C. Dickinson), 1920. War Work of the Bureau of Standards, 1921. Visitors’ Manual of the Bureau of Standards, 1937.

    Contributor numerous articles to technical publications.

Membership

Member Railway and Locomotive History Society, Railroadians of America, Brotherhood of Live Steamers.

Connections

Married Mary Maling Bourne, September 14, 1915.

father:
Henry Sherman Boutell

mother:
Euphemia (Gates) Boutell

spouse:
Mary Maling Bourne