Found in 75 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs and blueprints of highway bridges built in the 1920s as part of the State of Washington’s Public Works Department post World War I building program. Also some photographs of bridges built in California, apparently designed by Charles Andrew who was bridge engineer for California State Highway Department as well as Washington State Highway Department and Oregon.
These papers reflect an era of formally engraved invitations, letters of appreciation among faculty, students, university presidents and alumni and general camaraderie. Interesting historical notes are stated in some of the letters in the exchange between a faculty member and three University presidents.
The lecture notes reflect an interesting view into the field of civil engineering at the turn of the twentieth century. The notes indicate that a student in civil engineering was expected to have a multidisciplinary diversity. Some examples given in the lectures illustrate the broad field of knowledge possessed by Professor Mansfield Merriman.
This collection is a compilation of material presenting a case for a fair tariff on wool based on value of goods, the manufacture of dyes and duty on dye stuff, labeling, weights and measures. The collector of this collection of pamphlets, newspaper articles and correspondence, Samuel S. Dale, produced this work for the purpose of securing wise legislation affecting the production of wool.
Includes three holograph notebooks by F. duP. Thomson, Lehigh 1890, evidently made as part of his course work at Lehigh in 1888-1890. Also includes a bound compilation of holographic notes titled Sophomore Shop Visits, 1892." All are notes and drawings of specific generic equipment, with no names or locations of places visited.