zations. He had served as president of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers, was a member of the Council and a vice president, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and a member of the Council, American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In 1912, he had initiated the Boston Engineers Club, and had served as its first president. Shortly before he left for Worcester nearly 500 engineers and other friends assembled at the Boston City Club to honor him. Harvard had awarded him an honorary A.M. degree in 1899, Union College the degree of L.H.D. the same year, and the University of Pittsburgh the D.Sc. degree in 1912.
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