Kellogg, Mine Safety Appliances, Dead

Issue 2 and Volume 86.

Kellogg, Mine Safety Appliances, Dead Edward H. Kellogg, for the past six years General Sales Manager of the Mine Safety Appliances Company, died Monday evening, January 9, at his home in Pittsburgh. He became associated with the Mine Safety Appliances Company, December 1, 1919, following the World War where he had served overseas as a Captain in the Chemical Warfare service. At the time of his death, he was a Major in the Officers Reserve Corps, Chemical Warfare Service. Funeral services were held under the auspices of the American Legion at the Moreland Chapel. Pittsburgh, Wednesday evening and burial took place in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D. C., on Thursday with full Army rites. Mr. Kellogg was horn at Russell, Kan., January 29, 1892. He graduated in 1911 from Kansas State College where he specialized in chemistry. At the outbreak of the war, he was stationed for a time in…

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