Biographical entry Morgan, Harold Leslie (1901 - 1967)
- Industrial chemist
Harold Leslie Morgan joined the Phosphate Co-operative Co. of Australia Ltd in 1927 as Technical Assistant to the Founder and General Manager during the construction of the Company's works at North Shore, Geelong. He rose to become General Manager in 1939 and a Director in 1952, both of which positions he held until his death.
Born New Zealand?, 1901. Died 1967. Educated Melbourne Technical College (Associate Diploma of Organic and Inorganic Chemistry 1921) and University of Melbourne (BSc 1926). Cuming Smith & Co. 1922-ca 1925, Prestige Ltd ca 1926, Technical Assistant to the Founder and General Manager, Phosphate Co-operative Co. of Australia Ltd 1927-39, General Manager 1939-67, a Director 1952-67. Served on the Commonwealth Sulphuric Acid Committee during World War II.
- 'Obituaries: Harold Leslie Morgan (1901-1967); Robert Mitchell Telford (1885-1968); Stanley Alan Trout (1903-1968)', Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute, vol. 35, no. 12, 1968, p. 322. Details
Created: 7 November 1997, Last modified: 25 May 2006