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The records consist of correspondence, subject and personnel files, memoranda, curriculum and program materials, student grades, research papers, and field trip reports documenting the administrative operations and activities of the Yale School of Engineering.
The records consist of student files and registration cards maintained by the School of Engineering for students in the classes of 1917-1970, including records for students who left prior to graduation.
The records consist of correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records, student records and papers, photographs and memorabilia, grade books, clippings, class records, memoranda, notes, a copy of the 1944 charter and by-laws of the Board of Trustees of the Sheffield Scientific School and administrative files documenting the history and operations of the Sheffield Scientific School and relate to virtually every aspect of its activities.
Reports, case studies, and background material used in research on a group of textile mills, primarily in the Southern United States, which had introduced the "textile stretch-out" or extended "labor system." Some of this research was sponsored by the Institute of Human Relations and was undertaken jointly with Richmond Carter Nyman.
The papers consist of correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia. The correspondence (1939-1949) is entirely devoted to Stannard's participation in the development of the sciences at Yale University and as a member of various university committees. A photograph album depicting the construction of the Copper River and Northwestern Railway in Alaska (ca. 1909-1910) is also included.
Correspondence, financial, legal, and other documents of William W. Starr relating to harbor maintenance and improvements in Bridgeport and Norwalk, Connecticut. Included are contracts with the U.S. Army Engineer's Office for work on the harbors, receipts for material and labor, notes on harbor maintenance, clippings, and printed matter.
The John Clayton Tracy Papers consist of writings, correspondence, and subject files relating to Tracy's role as professor of civil engineering and head of the Department of Civil Engineering at the Sheffield Scientific School, secretary of the Yale Class of 1890 (S.S.S.), and Yale representative to the Society of Sigma Xi.
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.