Graduate University School, New Haven, Connecticut, 1908. Student Sheffield Scientific School (Yale), 1908 to 1910. Doctor of Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn., 1957.
1 son, John Vincent. With National Electric Signaling Company, later International Radio Telegraph Company, 1909-1921, advancing to chief research engineer and manager. Also special consultant to R.C.A., General Electric Company, Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, etc. Now practicing on own account, engaged in applying facsimile techniques to military, industrial and broadcast uses.
Special assistant to director of Office of Scientific Research and Development, 1943-1945. President, director Hogan laboratories, Inc., Faximile, Inc., since 1929.
Member Joint Technology Advisory committee Institute Radio Engineers—E.I.A. Member patent compensation board A.E.C., since 1949. Fellow Institute Radio Engineers (ex-president), Acoustical Society of America, American Institute Elec.
Engineers; member Society American Military Engineers, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Radio. Clubs: Yale, Players, Dutch Treat (New York City).
Married Edith MacLennan Schrader.