Letters, 1918-1919.

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Heaviside, Oliver, 1850-1925. Letters, 1918-1919.

Letters, 1918-1919.

Collection includes 4 letters by Heaviside from Homefield, Torquay, to B. A. Behrend, Brookline, Mass. regarding Behrend's desire to honor Heaviside's work and Heaviside's reaction to Behrend's offer. Also, includes 2 lists of items which were found by James E. Brittain in the Clemson University Behrend Papers relating to Oliver Heaviside. One list is entitled "List of Items in File Entitled: Behrend (B.A.) Collections-Oliver Heaviside." The other list entitled "Lists of Items in Notebook Entitled 'Notes on Oliver Heaviside.'"

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Brittain, James E., 1931-

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Bricklayer, brickmaker and building contractor. Arrived in WA in 1852. Some of Perth's most notable buildings are attributed to him: Barracks, Cloisters, Deanery, Bishops House. Richard Wells was apprenticed to him in 1877; he died in a fall from a building in 1886. From the description of Indenture. 1877. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 222802846 ...

Behrend, B. A. (Bernard Arthur), 1875-

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Electrical engineer. From the description of Papers of Bernard Behrend, 1830-1982, (bulk: 1890-1932) (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 154306426 ...

Heaviside, Oliver, 1850-1925

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Physicist (mathematical physics and electrical engineering). Telegraph operator, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, 1870-1874; self-employed as physicist and electrical engineer from 1874. From the description of Selected papers [microform], 1874-1922. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 77818459 Nephew of Sir Charles Wheatstone (F. R. S. 1836). Employed in the Great Northern Telegraph Co. in Newcastle-on-Tyne but was afflicted with deafness and retired in 1874. Moved to Torquay where h...