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Per Torsten Berg (c1853-1926)
1926 Obituary 
PER TORSTEN BERG died at Stockholm on May 14, 1926, at the age of seventy-three.
Mr. Berg was for many years Chief Engineer of the Carnegie Steel Company, Pittsburgh, and later was appointed technical representative in Europe of the United States Steel Corporation. In 1915 he was appointed United States Vice-Consul in Sweden.
Mr. Berg was also a member of the General Reception Committee formed in Sweden early in 1926 for the purpose of entertaining the visiting members on the occasion of the Autumn Meeting of the Institute at the end of August, but his death unfortunately occurred before the meeting took place.
He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1904.