Biography of Philip L. Marston
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PHILIP L. MARSTON, Assistant Superintendent of the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Company's Reduction Works, was born at Marseilles, Illinois, in 1870. He is the son of C. W. and Josephine Scholl Marston, well known in that section of Illinois. Mr. Marston was educated in the public schools and later was a member of the class of 1901 of the School of Mines of the University of Missouri. After leaving school he went to Mexico as a chemist for the Ocotillar Mining & Smelting Company in the State of Jalisco, and also held the following positions prior to his connection with the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Company: Assayer for the Revenue Tunnel Mines Company of Colorado; Assayer and Foreman of the La Sal Copper Mining Company of Colorado; Superintendent of Ouray Smelting Company, Ouray, Colorado; Superintendent of Mexican Smelting & Refining Company, Guerrero, Mexico; Public Assay Office, Tonopah, Nevada; and Superintendent of the Yaqui Smelting & Refining Company, of Toledo, Sonora, Mexico. Mr. Marston is a member of the Elks Lodge in Douglas and unmarried.

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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