Jackson & Moreland
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
These papers document the career of Francis Bitter, who helped establish the National Magnet Laboratory at MIT. The bulk of the collection postdates 1934, when Bitter came to MIT. The papers consist primarily of correspondence with colleagues, professional societies, and concerns that hired him as a consultant.
The collection of Jackson and Moreland daily journals contains the daily journals of Edward Moreland, 1914-1925, and Dugald C. Jackson, 1923-1925, and Arthur L. Nelson, 1920-1922, all of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) class of 1907. The journals include information on daily business activities and meetings, and notes.