Dorchester, MA, 1919-32; Boston, 1932-39
Born 31 Jul. 1874 in Lynn, MA; graduate of Harvard University, 1896; with Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Co.; with Revere Rubber Co., age 23, head chemist; with Diamond Rubber Co. of Akron, OH, age 24; with successor Goodrich Co., 1912, vice president and general manager; in W. W. I, chemical warfare department; with Curtiss Aeroplane & Motor Corporation, vice president; Curtiss Engineering Corporation, vice president and general manager; acquired majority interest in Ernest M. Skinner firm of Dorchester, MA, 1919; with successor Aeolian-Skinner firm, 1932, president; died 1 May 1939 in Palm Beach, FL. Patent #2,004,168; Jun. 11, 1935; pipe
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