Woodruff, Eugene Cyrus, 1871-1944

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Eugene Cyrus Woodruff (1871-1944), engineering professor, inventor, and radio amateur, was professor of electrical railway engineering at the Pennsylvania State College from 1913 to 1939.

From the description of Eugene Cyrus Woodruff collection on industrial electrification, 1896-1925. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 191072272

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referencedIn Woodruff-Marin Family Papers, 1891-1950s, 1891-1896, 1939-1950 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Woodruff family. Woodruff-Marin family papers, 1891-1950s (bulk 1891-1896, 1939-1950). University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library
creatorOf Woodruff, Eugene Cyrus, 1871-1944. Eugene Cyrus Woodruff collection on industrial electrification, 1896-1925. Pennsylvania State University Libraries
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associatedWith Pennsylvania State College corporateBody
associatedWith Randall, H. W., person
associatedWith Taylor, A. R., person
associatedWith Waldo, Edward H. (Edward Hardenbergh), 1866-1950, person
associatedWith Woodruff family. family
associatedWith Woodruff Family Papers family
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Electric railroads
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Birth 1871

Death 1944

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