Phillips, Alfred Edward
Born: Rouses Point, New York on Thursday, June 18, 1863.
In private practice, specializing in sewers, water works, street paving, irrigation, etc. at Indianapolis, Indiana, 1894-9.
Was also acting professor of bridge and hydraulic engineering, University of Wisconsin, 1895-6.
Professor of Civil Engineering Armour Institute of Technology, since 1899.
Author: Stresses in Bridges and Roof Trusses, 1901; Plane Surveying,, 1904; Highway Construction, (with A.H. Byrne), 1904; Masonry Construction, (with A.H. Byrne), 1904; Irrigation, 1907;Alfred Edward Phillips
Member: American Society of Civil Engineers,
Club: University Club
Residence: 1240 W. Morse Avenue
Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1911 page 537.