Herbert Rowland Stewart, born 1902, was an alumnus and staff member at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He earned the SB, 1924, and SM, 1925, both in electrical engineering at MIT. Stewart was a research assistant in electrical engineering at MIT, 1924-1925. He was central station engineer at the Westinghouse Electric Corp., 1925-1934; protection engineer, 1934-1948, then electrical engineer, at the New England Power Service Co. During World War II he worked at the Harvard Underwater Sound Laboratory on Sub-surface Warfare problems.
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Harold Locke Hazen, a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was a member of the MIT faculty from 1931 to 1972, serving as head of the Department of Electrical Engineering, 1938-1951, and Dean of the Graduate School, 1952-1967. His work was in the field of machine computation, automatic control, and servomechanisms. During World War II he was head of Division 7, Fire Control, of the National Defense Research Committee (NDRC). The collection contains research notes and...
1920 - 1980
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Herbert Stewart's years as a student at the Massachusestts Institute of Technology (MIT) are recorded in student and course notes for classes in electrical engineering, 1923 1924. There is some correspondence with Vannevar Bush about the Product Integraph. His activities as a consulting engineer are documented in articles, reports, and correspondence on issues of energy and high voltage electric systems, including projects for the New England Electric Power Service and Westinghouse Electric...
1920 - 1985