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John H. Dunlap

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John H. Dunlap ( ?-1924)


1924 Obituary[1]

"The Late Mr. John H. Dunlap.—We note with great regret the death of Mr. John H. Dunlap, the secretary of the American Society of Civil Engineers, in his 42nd year, and offer our sympathy to the Society. Mr. Dunlap was severely injured in a train accident near Buda, Illinois, on June 30, and, in spite of the attention and care he received in the Presbyterian Hospital in Chicago, he died on July 29. He was formerly Professor of Hydraulics and Sanitary Engineering in the State University of Iowa, Iowa City. The work of the secretaryship of the Society of American Civil Engineers has been undertaken by no less than three men—Mr. Herbert S. Crocker, Mr. Elbert M. Chandler, and Mr. Dunlap—since 1920, when Dr. Charles Warren Hunt vacated the office."


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