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J. H. DUNLAP, SECRETARY A. S. C. E., DIES

Issue 6 and Volume 76.

J. H. DUNLAP, SECRETARY A. S. C. E., DIES Well Known Mater Works Man Succumbs to Injuries in Railroad Wreck—Professor Hydraulic Engineering. University of Iowa JOHN H. DUNLAP, secretary of the American Society of Civil Engineers and a well known water works man, died on July 29, in the Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago. Ill., as the result of injuries received in a wreck on the Chicago. Burlington and Quincy Railroad at Buda. Ill., on June 30. Mr. Dunlap at this time was returning from the annual convention of the A. S. C. E. and from a meeting of a committee oi the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education, of which he was a member. John Hoffman Dunlap was born in Harrisville, N. H., on September 9, 1882. He received his education in the public schools and in 1905 received the degree of A. B. from Dartmouth College. He graduated as…

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