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Lyndon King Armstrong

mining engineer.

Lyndon King Armstrong, American mining engineer.

Background

Armstrong, Lyndon King was born on September 26, 1859 in Mukwonago, Wisconsin, United States. Son of John Adams and Laura V. (Hollenback) Armstrong.

Education

Education common and high schools, Fairmont, Minnesota.

Career

1 son, Halbert; married second, Lulu E. Hyat, November 21, 1896. Children—Helen M., L. Marian. In Black Hills, later Montana, 1877-1881.

Chemist and pharmacist in Dak. Ty., 1882-1890; mining and consultant practice, Spokane, Washington, since 1890. Manager Armstrong Syndicate.

Life member National Resources Association (president 1930-1936). Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers (life), also Columbia section American Institute Mining Engineers (secretary-tress.

1912-1939), Mineral Society America, Electrochemical Society (chairman power committee 1934-1939), Canadian Institute Mining and Metallurgy (life). Honorary member West Coast Mineral Association, Associate Engineers of Spokane. Founder and honorary member Northwest Mining Association.

Founder member Northwest Scientific Association (president 1927, trustee 1928). Life member Eastern Washington History Society. Associate member Sigma Gamma Epsilon.

Membership

Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers (life), also Columbia section American Institute Mining Engineers (secretary-tress. 1912-1939), Mineral Society America, Electrochemical Society (chairman power committee 1934-1939), Canadian Institute Mining and Metallurgy (life). Member West Coast Mineral Association, Associate Engineers of Spokane.

Member Northwest Mining Association. Member Sigma Gamma Epsilon.

Connections

Married Charlotte J. Grandy, 1884 (died 1890).; married second, Lulu E. Hyat, November 21, 1896. Children: Helen M., L. Marian.

father:
John Adams Armstrong

mother:
Laura V. (Hollenback) Armstrong

spouses:
Charlotte J. Grandy

Lulu E. Hyat

children:
Helen M. Armstrong

L. Marian Armstrong