To add to the info Kathleen gave you.
Eugene, Oregon, City Directory, 1925:
Name: Callaghan, Owen (Zanta E. D.)
Name: Callaghan, Eugene, Student U. of O.
Street Address: 376 11th Ave. E.
In 1900 Owen, 36, born July 1863 & his brother, "Terence", 49, born October 1850, reside in Bandon, Coos Co., OR.Both are single & their immigration is shown as 1880. Owen is a Farmer & "Terence" is a School Supply Canvasser.
1930: New York City, New York
Columbia University, John Jay Dormitory
Eugene Callaghan (lodger) 26 WA>IRE>OH (Single) Teacher/University
1940: Washington, District of Columbia
Eugene Callaghan (head) 36 WA Geologist/Dept. of Interior
Degree of Education/College, 5 Years
Residence April 1st, 1935/Same Place
Edna S. Callaghan (wife) 31 CA
Degree of Education/College, 5 Years
Residence April 1st, 1935/Pendleton, Oregon
DEATH: DR. EUGENE CALLAGHAN
Published: Wednesday, Jan. 10 1990 12:00 a.m. MST
Dr. Eugene Callaghan, distinguished geologist, died suddenly of a pulmonary embolism on Jan. 8, 1990, in Salt Lake City.
Dr. Callaghan was the former associate director of the Utah Geological and Mineral Survey and chairman of the Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Utah. He recently served as president of the University's Emeritus Faculty Association. Dr. Callaghan's distinguished professional career spanned 62 years and seven continents. He received his B.A. and M.A. in geology from the University of Oregon and a Ph.D. in geology from Columbia University in 1931. From 1928-46, he conducted research and geologic mapping in Utah, Nevada, Massachusetts, Puerto Rico, and South America for the United States Geological Survey. In 1946, he was apointed professor of economic geology at Indiana University.
During 1949-57, Dr. Callaghan directed the New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Socorro, New Mexico. After 1957, he served as international consultant to Haile Mines Corp., DeLiew, Cather & Co., and other firms for which he conducted surveys in Cuba, Mexico, Canada, Turkey, Iran and other countries. From 1958-60, he was chief geologist for Cyprus Mines Corp., conducting studies in Cyprus, Greece, Israel, Arabia, Spain, Portugal and Morocco.
In 1965, Dr. Callaghan returned to the United States to become associate director of the Utah Geological and Mineralogical Survey. In 1968, added to his duties were those of professor and the first chairman of the newly organized Department of Geology and Geophysics at the University of Utah. In 1972, after serving as professor emeritus, he retired from public service.
During his retirement, Dr. Callaghan continued geologic consulting and attending professional conferences in Ireland, Scotland, Kenya, People's Republic of China, Australia, and even Antarctica, among others. He served terms as president of the University of Utah Emeritus Association and chapter president of the American Association of Retired People.
Dr. Callaghan's publications include some 60 titles, in addition to many unpublished maps and proprietary studies. He was a Fellow of the Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Geological Society of American, Society of Economic Geologist, and AIME-SME. He was an honorary member of the Association of American State Geologists, New Mexico Geological Society, and Utah Geological Association.
Eugene Callaghan was born in Snohomish, Washington, January 10, 1904. He grew up in Newport, Oregon, and married Edna Curtis Spenker, of San Francisco, California, now deceased.
He is survived by: His sons, Curtis John Callaghan, residing in Petropolis, Brazil; and Dr. William S. Callaghan, Salt Lake City; and four grandchildren.
As was his wish, Eugene Callaghan's cremains will be interred at the Salt Lake Memorial Mausoleum. A memorial service will be held at the First Unitarian Church, 569 South 1300 East, Salt Lake City, at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 11. Friends may also call at the home of William and Mary Callaghan, 3978 So. 3120 East, Salt Lake City, from 5 to 7 p.m., January 11. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions be made to the University of Utah's Department of Geology and Geophysics, through the Development Office, 304 Park Bldg., S.L.C., UT 84112.
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