Series 2. - C:9/16/2 (A95-150)
This Series contains College of Engineering Course materials and other items of memorabilia. Included in this Series are copies of A Laboratory Manual of Elementary College Physics (1931), Engineering drawing Assignments: Prepared for Use in College Engineering (1939), news clippings regarding MU St. Patrick's Day Celebrations, and a decal sticker depicting a snarling tiger inside a stylized M.
(1/6 c.f., UMLD1)
Series 3. - C:9/16/3 (A03-5)
This Series contains one cassette tape entitled "UMC Engineering Croft Lecture-1987: Dixie Lee Ray" (1987). The Croft Lecture is an annual event made possible by a gift from the late Helen and Huber O. Croft. Huber Croft was the Dean of Engineering at UMC from 1949-1962. The Croft Lecture Committee strives to identify an engineering topic of popular interest and to invite a noted proponent of that subject to deliver the lecture. Some of the lecturers besides Ray include: Dr. Max A. Faget, NASA Houston; Dr. Elton Cairns, formerly of GM Research Lab; Paul MacCready, Gossamer Albatross Designer; Dr. Edward Teller, Physicist; Col. Jack R. Lousma, Astronaut; James A. McClure, US Senator from Idaho; Dr. Margaret Maxey, Professor of Ethics, UT; Richard Richards, Astronaut; and Andrew M. Allen, former Astronaut, president of FIRST Foundation.
Biographical Note: The scientist Dixy Lee Ray (1914-1994) was the only woman to serve as governor of Washington state and the only woman to chair the US Atomic Energy Commission. A professor of marine biology and zoology at the University of Washington in Seattle, she is credited with preserving Seattle's Pacific Science Center, which she directed for nine years. An honorary degree from UMR was conferred upon her in May 1976.
Note to Archivist: This collection is stored with collection C:9/16/2, described in Series 2 above.
Series 4. - C:9/16/4 (A22-56)
This Series contains memorabilia of the College of Engineering, (1984). The memorabilia consist of a poster produced by Hallmark Cards of a Charles Schultz cartoon of Snoopy and Woodstock with the former saying "Everybody knows the world's coolest students go to the University of Missouri." Also included is a typed note of regard from Hallmark Cards Corporate Director Kurt Pfahl to Dean of Engineering William Kimel that accompanied the gift of the poster; and a copy of Page 9 from Volume 79, Number 2, (January/February 1986), of the "Missouri Shamrock" depicting Kimel holding the poster.
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