Coolidge, Albert S.
The following data is extracted from Biography and Genealogy of Western Massachusetts, 1639-1925.
ALBERT S. COOLIDGE, entering upon his career as a teacher of chemistry, and with Harvard University, his alma mater, as his field of action, is fulfilling his purpose of making research in that science his life work. With collegiate attainments in the study of his specialty, and possessing an inherent interest therein, he finds the rewards of interpretation in the classroom of problems that are of utmost value to humanity at the present hour. He is a son of Frederic S. Coolidge, M. D., and Elizabeth (Sprague) Coolidge.
Albert S. Coolidge was born in 1894, in Chicago, Illinois, where he attended a private school. He then matriculated at Harvard University, where he graduated with the class of 1915, and with his Bachelor of Arts degree; he received the Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1924. In 1917 he began teaching chemistry at Harvard. A Socialist in politics, he votes for that party ticket.
Mr. Coolidge married, in September, 1915, Margaret Stewart Coit, a daughter of John T. and Mary Coit; they are the parents of three children: John C. and Frederic S., twins; and Elizabeth S.
Source: Biography and Genealogy of Western Massachusetts, 1639-1925