Albert G. H. Dietz papers
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Scope and Contents
The collection documents the professional activities of Albert G. H. Dietz from approximately 1952 to 1982. Materials include subject files, correspondence, slides, photographs, papers and publications, student records, blueprints, articles, a scrapbook, and awards.
- circa 1952-1982
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Albert Dietz, circa 1907 to April 28, 1998, earned an SB in 1932, SM in 1936 and an ScD in 1941 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was a faculty member of the Department of Civil Engineering with research and teaching interests in building engineering and construction.
24 Cubic Feet (21 record cartons, 3 additional boxes)
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- Dietz, Albert G. H. (Albert George Henry), 1908-1998
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology -- Faculty Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Transfer List to the Papers of Albert G. H. Dietz
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- 2021 December 3: Edited by Lana Mason for compliance with DACS single-level optimum requirements.
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