Biography of Grant H. Dowell
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GRANT H. DOWELL, Assistant General Manager of the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Company, was born in Lexington, Ill., in 1866, and is the son of Manley and Julia Good Dowell. Mr. Dowell was educated in the public schools and prepared to teach, to which profession he devoted ten years, mostly in Kansas. He then took a position as private secretary to Mr. H. R. Simpson, General Manager of the El Paso Smelting Works. His next move was to Douglas, where he took a position with his present employers as metallurgical accountant and ore buyer, and from there he went to Globe to act as superintendent of the Old Dominion Copper Company. From the beginning Mr. Dowell's efforts in this particular line of work have been attended with success in such a degree as to receive the marked appreciation of his employers, as each move has been an advancement along the line, and his present position, Assistant General Manager, is one for which is selected only the man capable of showing results in the handling of the many intricate questions attendant upon the responsible position which he holds. Mr. Dowell is a Mason and a man of public spirit, interested in civic and political matters, but not aggressively so. He was married in 1898 to Miss Anna B. Davidson of Eureka, Kansas. They have one daughter, Isabel Ruth.

From:
Who's Who in Arizona
Vol 1
Compiled and Published by Jo Conners
Press of The Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona 1913


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