Joseph Oswald Mauborgne Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, College of St. Francis Xavier, New York City, 1901. Art student Art Students League, New York City, 1901-1903, Chicago The Art Institute of Chicago, 1922-1923, Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington, District of Columbia, 1923-1926. Student Army Signal School, 1909-1910, Army War College, 1931-1932.
Commissioned Second lieutenant infantry, United States Army, 1903, and advanced through the grades to major general, 1937. With Signal Corps from 1916, chief signal officer, 1937-1941, retired. In P.I., France and Panama.
Radio pioneer; inventor of numerous radio devices. Technical adviser to the United States delegations at Inter-Allied Radio Conference, 1919, International Conference on Elec. Communications, Paris, 1921, Pan-American Committee Conference, Mexico City, 1924, International Telegraphic Conference, Paris, 1925, Washington Radio Conference, 1927.
Member of the Defense Communications Board, September 1940-September 1941. Portrait painter and etcher, exhibited at Washington, District of Columbia, San Francisco, Dayton, O. Portraits in collections at United States Military Academy and in private collections of Mistress Calvin Coolidge and others.
Science violin builder. Two prizes violin making International Competition, Hague, Holland, 1949.
Member of the Defense Communications Board, September 1940-September 1941. Portrait painter and etcher, exhibited at Washington, District of Columbia, San Francisco, Dayton, O. Member Institute Radio Engineers, 1914-1925.
Club: Army and Navy (District of Columbia).
Married Katharine Hale Poore, December 3, 1907. Children: Joseph Oswald, Benjamin Poore.