CHARLES KELLER - (1868-?) - Army Engineer, born Rochester, N.Y. Graduated at West Point (1890) and rose regularly through grades to Major (1907) when placed in charage of the U.S. Lake Survey and 11th Lighthouse District at Detroit, Mich. Became assistant to Chief of Engineers (1916) and when World War I started, assisted in removing government restrictions on water power furnished by Niagra River. As Brigadier-General in national army went to France as deputy chief engineer, A.E.F. On return, was member of Board of Engineers for rivers and harbors, appointed Colonel in regular army (1920), and (1921) engineer commissioneer of the district of columbia. On retiring (1923) became associated with engineering firm.