William J. Eney papers 1900-1982. 1900-1982.


Eney, William J. (William Joseph). William J. Eney papers 1900-1982.

William J. Eney papers 1900-1982. 1900-1982.

Documents and photographs related to Lehigh University Civil Engineering faculty William J. Eney's early teaching years (1930s) at civil engineering summer camps; his lecture material on bridge engineering; his own invention of testing machine: Eney Deformeter, and photographs and documents about construction of Fritz Engineering Laboratory addition (1950s); Civil Engineering faculty and students (1900-1905). Material donated by Lois Winston, Eney's daughter, in June 2005.

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