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Irwin H. Cornell, American corporation executive. Member War Industries Board, 1918.; Member American Society Mining & Metallurgical Engineers, Alpha Delta Phi.; Club: Columbia University (New York City).


Cornell, Irwin H. was born on August 27, 1881 in New York City. Son of John M. and Sarah (Keen) Cornell.


Student private school, Columbia University School Mines (2 years).


; children—Mistress Arven C. Stedman, Mistress Emily C. Grout, Mistress Ruth C. Watjen. Married second, Mistress Adelaide Pendergast, September 21, 1935. Vice-president, director J. B. and J. M. Cornell Company.

New York City, 1903-1910. Assistant secretary St. Joseph Lead Company. New York City, 1910, secretary 1911, trustee since 1913, vice-president and sales manager, 1915-1948, member Executive Committee.

Vice-president and director Cornell Iron Works.


The Covenant is the means of grace by which the relationship with God is accepted and then sustained. It is therefore not so much about getting in to a relationship with God as it is about staying in lieutenant.


A believer should support social climates, in which human communities are maintained and strengthened for the sake of all persons and their growth.


All persons, regardless of age, gender, marital status, or sexual orientation, are entitled to have their human and civil rights ensured and to be protected against violence.


Member War Industries Board, 1918. Member American Society Mining & Metallurgical Engineers, Alpha Delta Phi. Club: Columbia University (New York City).


Married Ruth A. Jones, December 17, 1902 (deceased.; married second, Mistress. Children: Mistress.

John M. Cornell

Sarah (Keen) Cornell

Ruth A. Jones


Mrs Cornell