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Government official

J. Mark Albertson, American government official. Member of the United States delegation International Conference Trade and Employment, Geneva, Switzerland, 1947, 55; Member American Ceramic Society, Kappa Sigma.; Mason.; Club: Cosmos (Washington).

Background

Albertson, J. Mark was born on January 10, 1891 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Son of Joseph Lee and Louise (Cook) Albertson.

He married Alice M. Myers on August 26, 1920 (deceased on November 24, 1959). They had children - J. Mark, Marianne Albertson, Sally L. and Susan L. (twins), Judith E.

Education

Student Earlham College, 1908-1910. Bachelor of Science, Purdue University, 1914, Master of Science, 1916.

Career

Chemistry Purdue University, 1914-1916. Chemist, metallurgist Tarentum Glass Company, Allegheny Steel Company, American Steel Foundries, 1916-1923. Glass and ceramic specialist United States Tariff Commission, 1923-1942, chief ceramics div., 1942-1955, assistant chief technical service, 1955-1957, chief technical service, 1957-1960.

Membership

Member of the United States delegation International Conference Trade and Employment, Geneva, Switzerland, 1947, 55. Member American Ceramic Society, Kappa Sigma. Mason.; Club: Cosmos (Washington).

Connections

Married Alice M. Myers, August 26, 1920 (deceased on November 24, 1959). Children: J. Mark, Marianne Albertson, Sally L. and Susan L. (twins), Judith E. Instructor.

wife:
Alice M. Myers,

son:
J. Mark, Marianne Albertson

twin daughters:
Sally L. and Susan L. (twins)

daughter:
Judith E