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Yale University. Dept. of Engineering and Applied Science


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:


Walter Jack Cunningham papers

Call Number: MS 1479
Overview: The papers consist of teaching materials for electrical engineering and engineering and applied sciences courses taught at Yale University. Included are lecture notes, problems, and examinations.
Dates: 1941-1987

Department of Engineering and Applied Science, Yale University, records

Call Number: RU 430
Overview: The records consist of the remarks of Daniel E. Rosner on the Frontiers of Applied Science lecture/tour series of the Yale Department of Engineering and Applied Science.
Dates: 1975

Richard Shelton Kirby papers

Call Number: MS 1104
Overview: Correspondence, writings, and research files reflecting Kirby's interest in the history of engineering. Much of the material was gathered in connection with his book, Engineering in History, published in 1956. Important correspondents are Ludlow S. Bull, an Egyptologist, and his co-autors, Arthur B. Darling, Frederick G. Kilgour, and Sidney Withington.
Dates: 1873-1956

Aris Phillips papers

Call Number: MS 1606
Overview: The papers consist of grant and proposal files, subject files, and Yale University files.
Dates: 1948-1978

Franz B. Tuteur papers

Call Number: MS 1576
Overview: The papers consist of biographical material, correspondence, teaching files, and topical files documenting Franz Tuteur's career in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Yale University.
Dates: 1940-1989