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Harry Bouchard
The Michigan Alumnus 76-93

Harry Bouchard who comes to the University as Assistant Professor 
of Surveying, was born February 1, 1889, at Michigan City, Indiana.

ter his graduation from the University of Michigan in 1911, with the de
gree of B.C.E. he became instrument man on surveys for, and the construc
tion of, the Stevens Creek Dam and Power House built on the Savannah 
River near Augusta, Georgia, by J. A. White & Company during 1911-1914.

From 1914 to 1915, he was Assistant Resident Engineer for Gardner S. Wil
liams, construction engineer on construction of Island Lake Storage Reser
voir Dam for the Great Northern Power Company, near Duluth, Minne
sota. In 1915, he was engaged upon the preparation of maps for the Fed
eral valuation of the Georgia Railroad and the Michigan Central Railroad. 
Again in 1917-1918, Professor Bouchard was Resident Engineer for G. S. 
 Williams who was construction engineer for the hydroelectric power house
 for the Cheboygan Electric Light and Power Company. During the regime
 of the S. A. T. C. Professor Bouchard taught surveying to section B. of the
 S- A. T. C. —October to December 1918.

On December 26, 1913, he was 
married to Miss Verona Hutton. They have one child, a daughter.

Bouchard is a member of the Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Xi; Michigan Engineer
ing Society and the American Association of Engineers.