Edmund Rhett Taber, Jr. (1883 – )

“TABER, Edmund Rhett, Jr. Mountain Creek, Ala.

Mining Engr; b. Charleston, S. C, July 4, 1883; B. Edmund Rhett and Marie Matilde (Rhett) Taber; original Taber of note was a physician who was knighted for curing a king of a fever with Peruvian Bark; ed. public and pvt. primary schools, five years; prep, course Sharks Univ. School, four years; B.S. 1004, M.S. 1905, Ala. Poly. Inst.; Alpha Tau Omega; m. Uniontown, Ala., June, 1918, Lena Ware. Clerk in a machinery and supply store; erection and repair of gas engines; electn, later engr, Flake Graphite Corpn, and now as min. engr Flaketown Graphite Co., Mountain Creek, Ala. First to refine graphite electrically on comml scale; inventor various water, air and elec, devices, machines and processes, some of which were used successfully but none patented. Asso. mem. A.I.E.E.; life mem. A.A.A.S.; mem. A.I.M. & M.E., Ala. Tech. Assn. Recreations: Out-door sports from fishing to football.”

Source:  Who’s Who in Engineering , 1922-1923, by John William Leonard, John W. Leonard Corporation, Brooklyn Borough, New York City, 1922, page 1236

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