J. E. LaRue

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A reference J. E. LaRue appears in The Graduate Magazine of the University of Kansas, Volumes 18-19, May 1921" as J. E. LaRue, e '14, whose home is at Divide, Colo. is a geologist in the oil fields at Tempico, Tempe, Mexico.[1]

Another reference to a J. E. LaRue appears is in Petroleum Magazine, Volume 9, June, 1920 [2] Plans for the organization of a Houston (Texas) branch of the Southwestern Geological society was discussed recently in Houston. Alexander Deussen was appointed temporary chairman and Robert G. Carr secretary-treasurer. Others at the meeting were L. A. Hammer, D. M. Cashin, J. E. LaRue, H. J. McLellan, S. A. Cushman, Alfred Gray, J. G. Anderson, Jr., R. L. Heaton, S. G. Garrett, J. K. Knox, M. E. Roberts, Charles, R. Eckes, E. T. Dumble, J. R. Sumans, H. E. Minor, and R. R. Baker.


J. E. LaRue was a Charter Member of the SEG.


References

  1. The Graduate Magazine of the University of Kansas, Volumes 18-19, May 1921.
  2. Petroleum Magazine, Volume 9, June, 1920 p.76.