Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Albert Francis Hall was the a member of the first graduating class of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1868, receiving an SB in mechanical engineering. Notes and compositions in the collection document his years as a student at MIT. Hall’s work as a mechanical engineer and inventor is documented in drawings of pumps, writings on pumps, and patents. Also included in the collection are correspondence, a diary, and memorabilia.
The collection of Jackson and Moreland daily journals contains the daily journals of Edward Moreland, 1914-1925, and Dugald C. Jackson, 1923-1925, and Arthur L. Nelson, 1920-1922, all of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) class of 1907. The journals include information on daily business activities and meetings, and notes.
The collection includes notes in German, circa 1880; consulting reports, 1913-1926; testimony given in lawsuits concerning mining companies; field notes from California, Australia, Bolivia, Algeria, Egypt, and Italy, 1903-1931; reprints of his articles about mining and minerals, 1890-1936, and copies of his book Mineral Deposits (1913).