"EDWARD DWIGHT DICKERMAN, "Dick," was born August 24, 1899, in Bridgeport. Connecticut, but for the last twenty years has lived in Leadville, Colorado.
"His father, Ezra Day Dickerman, was born November 13, 1866, in West Haven, Connecticut, but most of his life has been spent in Leadville, Colorado, where he is manager of the Star Consolidated Mines Company. Mrs. Dickerman, who was Ethel Porter of Bridgeport before she was married, died January 18, 1908, in Leadville. There are three daughters in the family.
"Dick prepared at the Fay School, Southboro, Massachusetts, and at Phillips-Exeter. He took the course in Metallurgical Engineering; went out for water polo and crew; and belongs to the Exeter Club, and Phi Sigma Kappa and Sachem Hall. Raymond W. Newberry (1921 S.), Dexter M. Bullard, Peter B. Rutherford, Walter R. C. Russert (1919 S.), Edgar P. Hetzler, and William A. Carl (1921 S.) were his roommates.
"In the fall of 1918, he served at Yale in the Field Artillery Unit of the S. A. T. C.
"Dickerman will engage in metallurgical engineering. His permanent address is Leadville, Colorado."
Class Book Committee, ed., “History of the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Twenty, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University,” Volume One. Class Secretaries Bureau, 1920, pp. 79-80. [photo adjacent]
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