IAWA Bulletin n.s., Vol. 13 (3),1992: 239-240 (1912-1991) Carl Henri Oe Zeeuw passed away on Oecember 16th, 1991 at the age of79. Carl had been a member of IA WA for several decades and served as co-editor of the old Bulletin with Wilfred A. Cete in the 1960's. He was a member of the IAWA Committee that prepared the Standard List of Characters suitable for Computerized Hardwood Identification, published in the IAWA Bulletin new series in 1981. A native of the State of Michigan (USA), Carl received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Ans in 1934 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Forestry in 1936 from Michigan State University. In 1940 he completed an M.S. degree in Wood Technology at the New York State College of Forestry at Syracuse. Before completing the Ph.O. at Syracuse in 1949, he served in the Army Air Corps for four years, 1941 to 1945, leaving the military service as a Lieutenant Colonel. His interest in tropical timbers evidently developed during his service in the Southwest Pacific in New Guinea and Australia. earl Henri Oe Zeeuw IAWA Bulletin n.s., VoI. 13 (3),1992 Or. Oe Zeeuw had broad interests and competence in
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Published: Jan 1, 1992
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