Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description Papers of Wilson R. Barnes and UofL letterman-style sweater of Eugenia "Genie" Stuart Barnes. Wilson Barnes received his Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering in 1937 and Master's degree in Chemical Engineering in 1938 from the University of Louisville; he received his Doctorate in Chemical Engineering in 1949 from Iowa State University. Dr. Barnes taught in the J.B. Speed School of Engineering from the late 1930s until 1950. Materials consist primarily of curriculum, course notes, and...
Summary This collection consists of his office records, mostly documenting his service on several university committees including the SACS review, Retirement Program Work Group, etc. The collection includes some correspondence and publications.
Dates: circa 1981-1989
Content Description Consists of professional correspondence of Professor J. Scott Long of the Speed School, relating to his research on paint.
Summary This small collection contains a biography of Edwin Paul, along with his dissertation, some other academic and legal paper, and material pertaining to the fraternity Sigma Mu Sigma.
Dates: 1931-1995; Majority of material found within 1931-1967
Collection — Box 1
Content Description Programs for the Speed Scientific School's Engineers' Day and Engineers' Week. This event was intended to connect the public with the educational program and facilities of the Speed School. Programs are an incomplete run from 1939 to 1996.
Collection — Box 1
Summary Diplomas, certificates, and a plaque, primarily documenting Wendt's membership in various professional, honorary and fraternal organizations. The collection also includes a few certificates for founding members of the local chapter of Sigma Mu Sigma (originally a fraternity for college Masons), as well as that group's charter.