Chemical engineer; professor; academic administrator. Born– September 12, 1881, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Parents– Joseph and Sage (Peregrine) Lloyd. Married– Edith Marian Dawson, December 26, 1911. Children– Three. Education– University of Toronto, B.A., 1904; McGill University, M.Sc., 1906; University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1910. Employed by the University of Alabama, 1909-1952; professor of chemistry and metallurgy; head of the Department of Chemical Engineering;  Dean of the School of Chemistry, 1929-52. Consulting chemical engineer, Alabama Power Company; assistant state geologist, acting state geologist, 1939-1945. Author of many papers on  scientific subjects. Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society, American Institute of Chemists, American Electrochemical Society, Faraday Society. A founder of the Alabama Chemical Society and the Alabama Section of the American Chemical Society. Designated Dean Emeritus of the School of Chemistry on his retirement. Died August 5, 1959.


Marquis who’s who online; Introduction to Eugene Allen Smith:  Alabama’s Great Geologist.


A Chemical Survey of the Birmingham District. Birmingham, Ala.; Birmingham Industrial Board, 192-?

Eugene Allen Smith, Alabama’s Great Geologist. New York; Newcomen Society in North America, 1954.

The Mineral Resources of the Florence District. S.l.; The Alabama Power Company in cooperation with the State Geological Survey, 1925.