George Owen Squier papers, 1883-1934.

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Squier, George Owen, 1865-1934. George Owen Squier papers, 1883-1934.

George Owen Squier papers, 1883-1934.

Correspondence, personal account books, reports, military orders, student notebooks (U.S. Military Academy and Johns Hopkins University), notes and other material largely related to his scientific interests, particularly in telegraphy and trans-oceanic cables; also diaries kept while a West Point cadet, one of which contains a family history and autobiography; Ph. D. thesis in physics from Johns Hopkins University; and photographs.

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