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mining engineer

James Farley Mcclelland, American mining engineer. Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers.

Background

Mcclelland, James Farley was born on March 3, 1878 in Poughkeepsie, New York, United States. Son of James Farley and Mary (Vincent) Mcclelland.

Education

Engineer of Mines, Columbia, 1900. A.M. (honorary), Yale, 1910.

Career

Instructor geology and mining U. Wyoming, 1900-1901. With Indiana Gold Dredging Company, 0roville, California, 1901-1902. Instructor in mining, Columbia, 1902-1905.

In general mining practice, Tonopah, Nevada, 1905-1908. Professor mining Leland Stanford Junior U., 1908-1910. Professor mining engineering Sheffield Science School (Yale), 1910-1917.

Editor-in-chief, specification section Signal Corps, 1917-1918. Chief production engineering Bureau Aircraft Production, 1918-1919. Construction engineering Liberty National Bank, New York City, 1919-1920.

Vice president Liberty Industrial Corporation, 1921-1922. Assistant vice president New York Trust Company, 1922-1928, vice president, 1928-1929. Vice president Chemical National Bank and Trust Company and Chemical National Company, 1929-1931.

Vice-president, director Phelps Dodge Corporation, 1931-1947, retired, now director and member Executive Committee.

Membership

Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. Clubs: Century, Union League, India House (New York City).

Connections

Married Jane Adams Kearney, December 7, 1912. Children: Jean K. (Mistress.

father:
James Farley Mcclelland

mother:
Mary (Vincent) Mcclelland

spouse:
Jane Adams Kearney

child:
Jean K. (Mrs Mcclelland