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Walter Edwin Scott

mining engineer

Walter Edwin Scott, American mining engineer. member Colorado Metal Mining Fund Board, 1950.; Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, American Mining Congress, Colorado Mining Association (past vice president), Colorado Science Society, Colorado Society Engineers; Mason (Shriner). Mining editor of the Register-Call, since 1940.

Background

Scott, Walter Edwin was born on November 7, 1895 in Black Hawk, Colorado, United States. Son of Walter Edwin and Annette (Gilhooley) Scott.

Education

Student Regis Preparatory School. Bachelor of Science, Regis College.

Career

Annette. Various engineering and executive positions mining companies, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Missouri, Nevada, Canada, and Alaska, 1917-1937. Consultant mining engineer private office, Central City, Colorado, 1937-1950. City engineer City Central, 1938-1948.

Company engineer Gilpin Company, Colorado, 1938-1942. Commissioner mines State Colorado, 1950-1959, retired 1959. Chairman Colorado Geological Survey Board since 1950.

Secretary-treasurer, director Dumont Investment Company. Owner mining properties, Clear Creek and Gilpin companies, Colorado Chairman Colorado Mineral Resources Board, 1938-1950. Member Colorado Metal Mining Fund Board, 1950.

Registered profile engineer, Colorado.

Works

  • Contributor professional journals.

Membership

Member Colorado Metal Mining Fund Board, 1950.; Member American Institute Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, American Mining Congress, Colorado Mining Association (past vice president), Colorado Science Society, Colorado Society Engineers. Mason (Shriner). Mining editor of the Register-Call, since 1940.

Connections

Married Nora Beardsley Livingston, December 19, 1925.

father:
Walter Edwin Scott

mother:
Annette (Gilhooley) Scott

spouse:
Nora Beardsley Livingston