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Lawrence Litchfield

business executive

Lawrence Litchfield, business executive. Member National Minerals Advisory Council, 1949-1951. Trustee of the Carnegie Institute of Technology.; Member American Institute Mining Engineers.

Background

Litchfield, Lawrence was born on June 19, 1900 in Pittsburgh. Son of Lawrence and Ethel Herr (Jones) Litchfield.

Education

Graduated from the United States Naval Academy, 1920. Bachelor of Science, Harvard, 1923.

Career

Mineral leasing work United States Bureau Mines, 1923-1924. Joined Aluminum Company of America, New York City, 1925, general manager mining division Aluminum Company American, vice president, 1956-1959, executive vice president, 1959-1960, president, director, 1960-1963, Chairman of the Board, since 1963, chairman of the executive committee, since 1965. Also former president, director subsidiaries.

Director Mellon National Bank & Trust Company, Dravo Corporation (Pittsburgh).

Membership

Member National Minerals Advisory Council, 1949-1951. Trustee of the Carnegie Institute of Technology. Member American Institute Mining Engineers.

Clubs: Harvard (New York City).

Connections

Married Alice Welsh Sailer, October 30, 1930. Children: Mistress Priscilla S. Wilson, Mary, Lawrence Nicholas Carver.

father:
Lawrence Litchfield

mother:
Ethel Herr (Jones) Litchfield

spouse:
Alice Welsh Sailer

children:
Mistress Priscilla S. Wilson Litchfield

Mary Litchfield

Lawrence Nicholas Carver Litchfield