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Alfred Fellows Masury

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Alfred Fellows Masury (1882-1933)

1932/33 Obituary [1]

Alfred Fellows Masury was born at Danvers, Mass., U.S.A., in 1882, and graduated as a Mechanical Engineer at Brown University in 1904.

He subsequently occupied positions with the General Electric Co., the Vaughan Machine Co., and the Hewitt Motor Co., and in 1912 he became Chief Engineer and Director of Mack Trucks, Inc., of New York, a position which he occupied up to the time of his death.

He also held a commission as Lieut.-Col. in the Ordnance Department of the U.S. Army and was Chairman of the Ordnance Advisory Committee.

He was killed on 4th April, 1933, in the disaster to the U.S. Airship "Akron."

He was elected a Member of the Institution of Automobile Engineers in 1916.

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