Young Boston Engineer Visits Family in Seattle; Will Inspect Coulee Dam

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Jack Ginsburg, the young Boston engineer, is in Seattle today as the guest of his brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Segal.

For three years this young visitor to Seattle called his “office,” a spot thirty feet underneath the water of Boston Bay, where he supervised a crew at work on the $19,000,000 Boston Tunnel.

Ginsburg was the youngest in his class when he was graduated three years ago at the age of eighteen from the Harvard Engineering School. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi, national engineering honor society.

On his first visit to the Pacific Northwest, the young engineer will inspect the giant Coulee Dam project, being built by the same engineers who constructed the Boston Tunnel.

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