Clarence T. Johnston papers 1888-1941


Clarence T. Johnston papers 1888-1941

Professor of engineering at the University of Michigan. Photos of Johnston's personal and family life in Wyoming and Michigan, including student activities at the University of Michigan; photos of his work on water projects in the West and in Egypt; and photos of Camp Davis, the summer engineering camp of the University of Michigan in Cheboygan Co., Michigan.

10 linear ft.



SNAC Resource ID: 6390275

Bentley Historical Library

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