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Papers of the Shinn Family

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS 595
Overview

The papers of the Shinn Family are those of an African American family from Topeka, Kansas. Though the papers are those of the Arthur M. Shinn family, the majority concern his son Michael G. Shinn's time as a University of Kansas athlete, an engineer, and an advocate of academic and professional opportunities for African Americans.

Dates: 1882 - 1991

Personal papers of Clayton M. Crosier

 Collection — Box: 1-2
Call Number: PP 301
Overview

Crosier taught Applied Mechanics and Engineering at the University of Kansas from 1945-1971. This collection consists of correspondence, photographs, a series of pamphlets entitled "Lessons in Health Building," and class notes.

Dates: 1945 - 1971

Personal papers of Dale Rummer

 Collection
Call Number: PP 383
Overview

Rummer taught in the School of Engineering at the University of Kansas from 1948-1993. This collection consists of class materials and notes.

Dates: 1948 - 1993

Personal papers of Frank O. Marvin

 Collection
Call Number: PP 81
Overview

Marvin taught in the School of Engineering at the University of Kansas from 1875-1915 and was the School's first Dean. This collection contains a scrapbook, notebooks, photos, and other items.

Dates: 1875 - 1914

Personal papers of James O. Maloney

 Collection — Box: 1-4
Call Number: PP 384
Overview

Maloney taught in the School of Engineering at the University of Kansas from 1946-1985. This collection consists of research Maloney did about the history of the School of Engineering.

Dates: 1946 - 1985

Personal papers of Richard L. Grider

 Collection
Call Number: PP 70
Overview

Grider taught Mining Engineering in the School of Engineering at the University of Kansas from 1915-1944. This collection consists of two manuscripts, a composition notebook, accounting books, a geology notebook, papers, as well as the lab notes of Lewis B. Smith.

Dates: 1915 - 1944

Records of Microwave Associates

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS 601
Overview

The Microwave Associates records are those of company co-founder Richard M. Walker and pertain to the company's business and research affairs. The company is a developer and manufacturer of RF (radio frequency), microwave and millimeter wave semiconductors, components and technologies.

Dates: 1942 - 1996

Stanley Learned Collection

 Collection
Call Number: RH MS 831
Overview

The Stanley Learned Collection includes twenty-six scrapbooks, dating from 1951 to 1968, of photographs, clippings, and other memorabilia which document Learned's leadership and service activities as an executive of the Phillips Petroleum Company of Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The collection also contains several works authored by Learned, including his student theses from the University of Kansas, certificates of honors awarded him by the University, and two souvenir medallions.

Dates: 1924 - 1975

University of Kansas School of Engineering records

 Record Group
Call Number: RG 21
Overview The KU School of Engineering was formally created on April 2, 1891, with Frank O. Marvin as the first Dean. The School's name was changed to the School of Engineering and Architecture in 1927, and renamed the School of Engineering in 1968 when the School of Architecture and Urban Design became a separate entity. The records of the School of Engineering include records of the school's central administrative offices, including dean's correspondence, as well as those records of the various...
Dates: 1888

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