American Society of Civil Engineers Fellows Collection
American Society of Civil Engineers.
Wisely, William H. (Executive Director, ASCE)
Camp, Thomas R.
Technical papers by Mr. Camp and other Fellows of ASCE, published in The ASCE Journal or other professional journals in the field of civil engineering. They deal primarily with problems of water supply and sewage disposal.
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Photographs
Fifty-eight titled photographs taken by Sir Robert Cotton, of scenes along the C & O Canal, including locks, acqueducts, canal station; and cyclists and joggers along the towpaths.
ECA Technical Assistance Papers
Correspondence, memoranda, and interim and final reports on planning and scheduling of team visits and summaries of findings and impressions of team members. Some reports are in foreign languages and English translations.
Minnesota Railroads Photograph Albums
Two photograph albums containing photographs of railroad bridge construction in Minnesota , on the St. Croix River, the Clearwater River, and the Soo River. The photographs, most of which are captioned and dated, include images of such things as cutting, filling, bridges and piers, camps, and surveying. A few images of …
Matthew Mawhinney Industrial Furnace Collection
Matthew Mawhinney, an engineer specializing in industrial furnace design and operation, collected this material during his career with Salem Engineering Co. and later as a consulting engineer.
Engineering Notebook Collection
Collection of personal notebooks of civil engineers.
Richard H. Miller Bridge Collection of Postcards and Slides
This collection is made up of Richard H. Miller's collection of postcards and slides illustrating bridges from around the world.
Robert B. Rice Film Collection
15 Motion picture films (black and white, sound)
A collection of 15 reels of 16mm training films used to train United States Naval personnel in the repair and use of diesal engines and related equipment.
General Machinery Corporation Records
Over 2,000 photographic negatives of machinery produced by General Machinery Corporation and its predecessors; also three cubic feet of prints from the negatives.
Rip Van Winkle Bridge Photographs
Photographs that document the construction of the Rip Van Winkle Bridge in New York during various stages of construction, construction crews, and pier interiors.