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The bulk of the collection consists of articles written by William Griffith relating to foreign policy issues and the MIT Center for International Studies. Correspondence, speeches, mailing and publications lists are also included.
The collection consists of a drawing made by Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor William Emerson while he was a student at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1898; articles and news clippings about Emerson's activities, 1924-1945; and the manuscript of his writings on American architectural education.
The collection contains William F. Pounds correspondence and other working papers concerning the Council for Opportunity in Graduate Management Education, the Cambridge Project, and Technology Management, Inc. The Cambridge Project papers relate to the development of "computer programs and procedures that could be utilized by behavioral scientists; and, the goal that the resultant programs could be easily combined into an integrated system."
The collection consists of problem sets with solutions prepared by William H. McAdams for a course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology entitled Heat Engineering (10.245) taught by Professor Charles William Berry.
William Hoskins Brown, a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was a member of the MIT faculty in the Department of Architecture from 1941 to 1976, with a leave of absence to serve in the Navy, 1943-1946. The collection includes assignment notes and sketches from his years as a student, as well as design problems and other teaching materials. His architectural projects for MIT are documented in proposals, correspondence, notes, and blueprints.
This Collection consists of William T. Hall's student notes for organic chemistry at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The collection of William T. Sedgwick correspondence consists of twenty-eight letters from Sedgwick to Amy Morris Homans, the head of the Boston Normal School of Gymnastics. The letters include both personal and professional correspondence. The professional correspondence discusses cooperation between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Boston Normal School of Gymnastics, particularly the sharing of laboratory facilities.
The collection documents the professional activities of Winston Markey from 1953 to 1987. Materials include class notes and faculty files, as well as administrative records of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
The collection comprises course materials produced or collected by Winward Prescott for EH22, E32, E33, and E35 from 1916 to 1937. Materials include reading notes, lecture notes, course outlines and handouts, examinations and samples for both short story and report writing classes, speeches, and poems.
There is also a small amount of correspondence with William A. Crosby, William P. Ryan, Erwin H. Schell and Harold K. Barrows.
This collection comprises simulacra and models of historic bindings, techniques, and formats held by the Wunsch Conservation Laboratory (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
The Wunsch Conservation Laboratory reference collection comprises a collection of published materials, sample materials sets, and informational notebooks compiled by the Laboratory. Topics covered include bookbinding, papermaking, and the preservation and conservation of distinctive collections.
This collection is comprised of a laboratory notebook kept by Zelma Weiss (Mrs. Martin Ritvo), a research assistant in the Department of Chemistry from 1943 to 1945.