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Langdon Pearse

engineer

Langdon Pearse, American engineer. Member American Society Civ. Engineers, American Institute of Cons. Engineers, Institute of Civ. Engineers, Institute of Sanitary Engineers, Western Society Engineers, American Public Health Association, New England Water Works Association, Boston Society Civ. Engineers, American Chemical Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Engineering Institute of Canada, Phi Beta Kappa, etc.

Background

Pearse, Langdon was born on November 12, 1877 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of John Barnard and Mary Langdon (Williams) Pearse.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1899. Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1901, Master of Science, 1902.

Career

With Charles River Dam Commission, Boston, 1902. Commission on additional water supply, New York City, 1903. Augusta Water District.

Also at Cleveland, O., and Jersey City, New Jersey, 1904. Engineer for Columbus, Ohio, 1904-1907. Engineer Peoples Water Company, Oakland, California, 1907-1908.

Div. engineer San District of Chicago, 1909-1917, and sanitary engineer same since 1918. Also consultant hydraulic and sanitary engineer.

Works

  • Contributor various articles and papers on water and sewage purification, etc.

Membership

Member American Society Civ. Engineers, American Institute of Cons. Engineers, Institute of Civ.

Engineers, Institute of Sanitary Engineers, Western Society Engineers, American Public Health Association, New England Water Works Association, Boston Society Civ. Engineers, American Chemical Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Engineering Institute of Canada, Phi Beta Kappa, etc. Clubs: University, Indian Hill.

Connections

Married Eleanor Howard Dean, June 1, 1910.

father:
John Barnard Pearse

mother:
Mary Langdon (Williams) Pearse

spouse:
Eleanor Howard Dean