Harold E. Weeks diaries 1925-1932


Harold E. Weeks diaries, 1925-1932

Harold E. Weeks diaries 1925-1932

The Harold E. Weeks diaries are comprised of seven red cloth-bound diaries from the period 1925 to 1932 belonging to Harold Eastman Weeks (1886-1960). The diaries include numerous newspaper clippings and enclosures, and contain day-to-day entries relating primarily to Weeks’s professional activities as the Coordinating Engineer at the Brooklyn Edison Company. The diaries also contain references to Weeks's personal, family and social lives.

1.04 Linear feet; in three manuscript boxes.

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Brooklyn Edison Company. Electrical Systems Bureau.

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Brooklyn Edison Company.

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Harold Eastman Weeks (1886-1960), a descendent of the Weeks family of New Hampshire, and a relative of John Wingate Weeks, worked as the Coordinating Engineer in the Electrical Systems Bureau of the Brooklyn Edison Company (BEC), one of the major participants in Brooklyn's electrification. Weeks graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1908, served in the Army Air Corps (presumably during World War I), and, during the time frame covered by the diaries,...

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