HARRY TAYLOR - (1862-1930) - Army Engineer, born Tilton, New Hampshire. Graduated from West Point 1884, served at Willets Point, N.Y., returning to West Point as assistant professor of Mathematics (1887-90). Engaged on river and harbor improvements in Oregon and Washington and in charge of the defense works on Puget Sound (1891-1900). Worked on fortification of the Philippines (1903-05), and river and harbor works until World War I when he was chosen by General Pershing to organize the engineering division of the A.E.F. Won Distinguished Service Medal and decoration of Commander of the Legion of Honor. After war, as assistantChief of Engineers, had general supervision of the construction of Wilson dam at Muscle Shoals, Ala. Was made major-general and Chief of Engineers (1924-28). Retired 1926.