Charles Henry Burr student notes
Scope and Contents of the Collection
Collection consists of Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate Charles Burr's student notes from courses in mining and metallurgy he took while a student at MIT, 1900-1902; course notes on metallurgy of iron and steel from a class given by MIT professor Heinrich O. Hofman, 1900; and Burr's accounts ledger, 1910-1911, kept while he was a mining engineer.
- 1900 - 1911
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Charles Henry Burr received an SB in 1902 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was a mining engineer.
0.6 Cubic Feet (2 manuscript boxes)
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- Preliminary Guide to the Student Notes of Charles Henry Burr
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