Engineering

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Robert Bayuzick Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0615

Wilbur F. Creighton, Jr. Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0092
Abstract

This .21 linear feet collection contains 6 items related to the history of Foster & Creighton Company, the story of the Parthenon, and other construction projects in Nashville. There are two photographs: one of the Parthenon, and the other of the Athena Sculpture in the Parthenon.

Dates: 1885 - 1985

Dillard Jacobs Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0226

Paul H. King Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0825
Dates: circa 1970s - circa 2000s

Barry D. Lichter Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0616

Arthur M. Mellor Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0595

Henry Osterheld Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.1015
Abstract

This collection contains documents related to railroad defense by Union soldiers during the American Civil War. There is also a detailed report on 61 railroad bridges on lines in North Georgia, East Tennessee, and Central Tennessee. Finally, there are documents related to Lt. Henry Osterheld's service during the war.

Dates: 1862 - 1865

Robert D. Tanner Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0597

F. M. Tiller, Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0456
Scope and Contents

This collection contains reprints of journal articles by F. M. Tiller, and a copy of a research report. He was a professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering.

Dates: 1942-1945

Wilfred Turbeville Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0462
Scope and Contents

This collections contains a reprinted journal article by Wilfred Turbeville, who was a Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering.

Dates: undated

 

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