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Daniel Guggenheim, the man and the medal

Daniel Guggenheim, the man and the medal

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Published by Guggenheim Medal Board of Award of the United Engineering Trustees in New York (345 East 47th St., New York 10017) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Guggenheim, Daniel, 1856-1930.,
  • Aeronautics -- Awards.,
  • Aeronautics -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementG. Edward Pendray, editor ; Robert J. Serling, revision editor.
    ContributionsPendray, G. Edward 1901-, Sterling, Robert J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL537 .D36
    The Physical Object
    Pagination129 p. :
    Number of Pages129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3523761M
    LC Control Number82108219

      AIAA Aerospace Spotlight Awards Gala: Daniel Guggenheim Medal - Antony Jameson. Daniel Guggenheim Medal. Trophy Reference (Single) Daniel Guggenheim Medal National Air and Space Museum. Stay up to date on the latest stories and events with our newsletter Learn More. Email Signup. Email * Status message. Thank you. You have successfully signed up for our newsletter.

    Daniel Guggenheim Medal - Recipients. Recipients. The winners are listed below along with their award citation and year. Year Name Award citation Reference; Orville Wright: For the design and construc­tion, with his brother now deceased, of . Born and raised in Philadelphia, Daniel Guggenheim was sent to Switzerland as a young man to study the Swiss lace and embroidery business, and to serve as a buyer for his father's import firm. The discovery of high-grade silver-lead ore in the Guggenheim mines in Leadville, Colorado, in became the foundation for the Guggenheim fortune in mining.

      Ben Kelsey was born in the Kelsey family home at 22 Johnson Street, Waterbury, Connecticut, on 9 February He was the son of Benjamin Richard Kelsey, an agent for the Waterbury Blank Book Co., and Elizabeth Anna Scovill Kelsey. His . Daniel Guggenheim () was a member of one of the wealthiest and most powerful families in the world during the early twentieth century. He led his family's mining enterprise, which controlled much of the world's metal industry. When Guggenheim retired at the age of 67, he turned his attention to philanthropy. Daniel Guggenheim was born July 9.


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(ed.) Zwart. Author: G Edward Pendray; Robert J Sterling: Publisher: New York ( East 47th St., New York ): Guggenheim Medal Board of Award of the United Engineering Trustees, Daniel Guggenheim, the man and the medal.

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THE DANIEL GUGGENHEIM MEDAL FREDERICK WILLIAM LANCHESTER. For Contributions to the Fundamental Theory of Aerodynamics Citation 16th September London. Frederick William Lanchester, now residing at Dyott End, Oxford Road, Moseley, Birmingham, England, was born 23 Octoberat Lewisham.

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Daniel Guggenheim Medal. This award honors individuals who make notable achievements in the advancement of aeronautics. Provision for the medal was made in through a gift from the Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics.

Daniel Guggenheim Medal For information, contact Daniel Guggenheim Board of Award, c/o AIAA, Alexander Bell Drive #, Reston, VA1 MEDALIST FOR For his many contributions to the achievement of a man whose work in aeronautics has brought him numerous awards and worldwide recognition.

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Edward and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Daniel Guggenheim (–), head of the family after his father's death, who was the most active of his sons in developing and acquiring worldwide mining interests Daniel Guggenheim (–); Daniel became head of the family after his father's death.

He married Florence Shloss (–) Her father was Daniel Guggenheim of the Guggenheim family. Daniel Guggenheim shared his father’s business instincts and desire to succeed. Although small in stature (he stood barely five feet tall), he was gifted with boundless energy and self-assurance.

Quick, bold, and adventurous, he had the demeanor of an European aristocrat and ordered others around like the general of an army.

Daniel Guggenheim (July 9, – Septem ) was an American mining magnate and philanthropist, and a son of Meyer and Barbara Guggenheim. Biography. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Daniel Guggenheim was sent to Switzerland as a young man to study the Swiss lace and embroidery business, and to serve as a buyer for his father's import firm.

The .Daniel Guggenheim. Daniel Guggenheim serves as the Managing Director of a Swiss-based private holding company and as the Investment Manager of its US subsidiary. He is the Chairman of NRG Services, a Massachusetts (USA) company for infrastructure services.Daniel Guggenheim () was a member of one of the wealthiest and most powerful families in the world during the early twentieth century.

He led his family's mining enterprise, which controlled much of the world's metal industry. When Guggenheim retired at the age of 67, he turned his attention to philanthropy.