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Collection contains research materials on time and motion study. Included are data on assembly standards and piece rates which appear to have been compiled during a study at a Leominster Massachusetts furniture mill; and an outline of a text used by Kudzma on time study fundamentals.
The collection documents the professional activities of John P. Longwell from approximately 1970 to 1998. Materials include correspondence, reports, proposals, and consulting files.
The collection contains John T. Norton's course notes, problem sets, quizzes, and lab projects from classes Norton taught in X-ray Metallography (3.50) and Materials Science II (3.51), 1950-1964. Also includes correspondence about consulting work, and writings about metallurgy and x-ray metallurgy.
The collection contains correspondence, reports, and drafts of working papers of members of the Joint Center for Urban Studies Guayana Project in Venezuela. Report topics are as follows: A is Public Administration, B is Economic Factors, C is Social Factors, D is Physical Planning-Regional, E is Physical Planning-Urban, F is General and Miscellaneous.
The collection documents the professional activities of Jonathan Allen. Materials in the collection date from approximately 1950 to 1999. Materials include correspondence, lectures and lecture notes, slides, course notes, and meeting materials.
Joseph A. Meyer, Jr. (1856–1894) was a graduate of MIT's Department of Architecture who traveled to Europe and Asia on a MIT-sponsored trip in the 1890s. The collection primarily consists of Meyer's travel journals, in which he recorded sketches and impressions of the places he visited.
The collection comprises course and thesis notes, exams, and correspondence created by Joseph M. Galeota during his educatoin at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from 1924 to 1927. The materials relate to courses in applied mechanics, physics, and electrical engineering.
Collection consists of Joseph Gillson's correspondence with other geologists, including Waldemar Lindgren, Charles Palache, and Ulysses Sherman Grant; field notebooks from numerous sites kept by Gillson while with the U.S. Geological Survey, and a field report from Fremont County, Wyoming, with detailed observational data and a record of specimens; and reprints of technical papers, primarily concerning industrial minerals.
The Joseph Weizenbaum personal archives span the approximate years of 1960 to 1999.
Materials include: theses, publications, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and administrative files.
The only known born-digital material (non-printouts) are files from a 5.25 inch floppy disk in box 16. It is a Pascal computer program, SONIA, written by Thomas Broome III and sent to Weizenbaum. It includes DOS executable files and Pascal source code in plain text.
The bulk of the collection consists of notes, syllabi, and other teaching materials for courses taught by Thomson in a wide spectrum of philosophical disciplines, including ethics, epistemology, history of philosophy, and theory of knowledge. Also included in the collection are articles and book reviews written by Thomson between 1957 and 1998. Abortion, causality, rights, and self-defense are among the many topics covered.
The collection includes information about Julian Avery's inventions and research, copies of his writings on metallurgy and gravitation.
The collection comprises a scrapbook created in approximately 1930 by Julius B. Goldberg.
This collection contains materials including but not limited to correspondence, proposals, reports, papers, data and research notebooks, and memoranda. Topics include Athena, Mother, and Passion software, UN bibliographies, Multiregional Input-Output (MRIO), Multiregional Policy (MRP), Multiregional Policy Impact Simulation Model (MRPIS), South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) and multiregional planning.
Collection consists of Technology, the original score for a male quartet by Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate Karl Kennison.