Graduate Townsend Harris High School, New York, 1920.
Radio columnist New York Sun (formerly Globe) since 1922. Research engineer Daven Radio Corporation, 1922-1924. Contributing editor Radio Broadcast, 1923-1928.
Radio editor Boys Life, 1924-1926.
Chief engineer Amsco Products, 1925-1927, Dejur Amsco, 1927-1929. Construction engineering, 1930-1932.
Consultant consumer organizations Construction engineering Harco Steel Constn Company 1944.
Engineer in charge aeronautics Pilot Radio Tube Company, 1927-1930.
Advertising manager Arcturus Radio Tube Company, 1928-1930. Managing editor Aeronautical News and Mechanics, 1928-1930. Managing editor CQ magazine, 1944.
Contributing editor Radio Engineering, 1926-1927, Radio News, 1928-1937, All-Wave Radio, 1936-1938.
Columnist Cincinnati Enquirer, 1927-1930. President Zeh Bouck laboratories, 1931-1932.
Construction engineering, program consultant, publicity since 1922. Specializing in radio scripts, fiction and in popular scientific articles since 1939.
Organized and accompanied as radio engineer first flight, United States to Bermuda, 1930, first land plane circum-navigatory flight of South America, 1930.
Fellow Radio; member Institute Radio Engineers.
Married Charlotte Bosse, September 15, 1928. Children: Myrl (deceased), Paul Alfred.