Approximately 350 stereo cards of engineering subjects, such as bridges, tunnels, lighthouses, canals, quarries, etc., including both U.S. and foreign subjects.
The Marvin E. Mundel Industrial Engineering Collection contains correspondence, reports, data, notes, publications, books, charts, certificates, awards, writings, photographs, films and videos that document the life and career of Marvin Mundel, a well-known expert in the field of work management and productivity enhancement.
This collection documents the correspondence and technical documents related to David Aronson's work as an engineer with the Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation.
Collection consists of two bound volumes of mechanical engineering laboratory reports written by Hartung while he was a student at Cornell University.
This collection consists of statistics on electric train operation, drawings, blueprints, technical papers, train classifications, research and development reports, business and financial correspondence (1933, 1939-1948, 1940-1941), installation and operation instructions, locomotive system test procedures, locomotive operations data and calculations, records of locomotive mileages and part failures, suggested locomotive improvements, locomotive specifications, plans for fire extinguishing syste...
Three volumes of laboratory notes compiled by Starr while a student at Sibley College, Cornell University. The tests written about in the notebooks related to engines, steam, tensile strength of cast iron, lubricants, and other subjects. The notebooks contain notes, charts and graphs, and cyanotypes.
Loose-leaf, 3-ring album containing labeled photographs with text concerning the history of NBC's Engineering Department. Contains 180 black-and-white photoprints.
This accession consists of the records of Jeffrey K. Stine, Curator, and document his activities as principle investigator of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway (TTW) history project, in which he researched and wrote a history of the construction of TTW for the Historical Division of the United States Corps of Engineers. Materials include correspondence, research proposal, and reports.
This accession consists of photographs, captions, and press releases related to engineering and engineering research. The files were originally compiled by and for the journalists who worked for the organization Science Service (see Record Unit 7091) from the 1920s through the 1960s. These informational "morgue" files were organized in the Science Service library according to Library of Congress classification categories and contained a mix of editorial correspondence, press releases, ...
This accession includes the correspondence of William E. Worthington, Jr., Museum Specialist, with museums, professional organizations, colleagues, and individuals documenting the history of mechanical and civil engineering. Earlier correspondence dates back to when the Division of the History of Technology was known, respectively, as the Division of Mechanical and Civil Engineering and the Division of Engineering and Industry. Worthington retired in May 2003.