Born in Philadelphia, Harold Hesser received his B. Arch in 1951. He worked as a draftsman for Henry D. Dagit & Sons, wrote specifications for Whiteside, Moeckel & Carbonell in Wilmington, DE, and became chief draftsman and then chief designer for Wallace & Warner in Bryn Mawr, PA. In 1960 he and Edward J. Higgins organized Hesser & Higgins, successors to Wallace & Warner.
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