George Everett Marsh papers
Scope and Contents
The collection documents the professional activities of George Everett Marsh from 1909 to 1950. Materials include typescripts of papers, patent drawings, diagrams, notes, thesis, bibliography of writings and writings on topics in geophysics and electrical engineering.
- Creation: 1909 - 1950
- Marsh, George Everett, 1877-1953 (Person)
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George Everett Marsh, 1877-1953, SB 1901, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, taught engineering at the Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio; Ames Agricultural College, Ames, Iowa; and the Armour Institute, Chicago, until joining the Veterans' Administration (VA) during World War II. He was an electrical engineer with the VA until his retirement in 1950.
0.3 Cubic Feet (1 manuscript box and one oversize folder)
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- 2021 November 22: Edited by Lana Mason for compliance with DACS single-level optimum requirements.
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