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Printed patents, reports and related material on his system for the radio control of torpedoes, inventions for musical instruments and scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and congressional publications about Hammond and his work. Half the collection is made up of clippings.
The papers consist of correspondence, typescripts, reports, and materials connected with Thomas Timings Holme's teaching career at Lehigh University and Yale University. The Lehigh material includes correspondence and course materials while the Yale material consists of correspondence, course materials, and data on budgets and inspection trips.
The records consist of subject files and reports maintained by Csaba Horvath, chair of the Yale Department of Chemical Engineering. The records document departmental affairs, undergraduate chemical engineering courses, and graduate students.
The collection consists of Kinney family correspondence, genealogical material, a memoir, a writing on the icaroscope, and a report on a Yale engineering inspection trip.
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.
The material consists of correspondence, enclosures, and reports by Lester Clyde Lichty and his assistant, James F. Swartwout, relating to internal combustion engines. Also included is a report by Howard D. Baldwin, for which Lichty conducted the analysis.
The papers consist of a series of automobile chassis dynamometer tests conducted at Yale (1916-1932) by Edwin Hoyt Lockwood and material relating to the performance of early automobiles.
The bulk of the papers consists of two textbooks and a notebook on the construction of ships dating from his enrollment in the École d'Application du Gènie Maritime in Paris, 1906-1907. Also included are later notebooks and drawings on engineering projects. Also in the papers is a commonplace book kept by Harriette N. Marshall.
The collection consists of autograph manuscripts, documents and correspondence of people in public life. The collection contains correspondence of Theodore Roosevelt with Francis J. Heney and others and copies of letters of the Jonathan Knight family.
Correspondence, financial records, diaries, papers, and miscellanea relating to Samuel B. Reed's career as an engineer and surveyor for various railroad lines in Canada and the United States. Personal correspondence with Jane Ann Earl Reed and Lucy Adeline Hurd Van Horne also discuss railroad matters.
Chiefly correspondence, printed matter, and memorabilia related to Howard Richards' missionary work at Boone College in Wuchang, China and his position as secretary to Yale-in-China. Also included is correspondence concerning transportation facilities through the Pottsville Gap in Pennsylvania and printed matter relating to the American Metric Association, of which Richards was secretary.