Collection of Purdue University Engineering reports
Ten handwritten and hand-illustrated reports translated from French publications by Purdue Engineering students in the 1890s.
Original date and source of acquisition are unknown. Items were originally housed with the William M. Hepburn papers.
0.025 Cubic Feet (one folder)
Niagara Falls by George Coburn; Utilization of Niagara Falls by Fred W. Dencer; Niagara Power by William Robert Gorke; Galvanometers and Arc Lamps by John M. Fisk; Short Sketches by Bert Fankboner; Electrical Transmission by Storage Batteries by Paul S. Brownlee; The Arc Lamp by Thomas T. Cauble; La Telephonie a Grande Distance by W.R. Bond; Translation from L-Eclairage Electrique by W.K. Steele; and The Official Telegraphic Vocabulary by R. Ardie Williams.