Chicago History Museum
Primarily copy photographs of Chicago's mass transportation vehicles used by the Chicago Surface Lines and its predecessor companies between 1853 and 1937
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Descriptive Entry These papers consist of Ridgway correspondence with Spencer F. Baird, drawings of birds, and material collected by Ridgway for his important work, Color Standards and Nomenclature (Washington, 1912).
Getty Research Institute
The manuscript consists of two parts: technical descriptions of the crafts of building and painting, and instructions for constructing sundials. It features eight pen-and-ink illustrations in text, and an additional 25 full-page ink wash illustrations of emblematic subjects
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
Scope and Contents note Contains entries by engineering firms and U.S. and local government entities in the AAEE annual competition, "Excellence in Environmental Engineering". The competitions are divided into categories: research, planning, design, operations/management, small projects, and university research. Each entry includes technical descriptions of the project, together with engineering drawings, photographs and slides.
State Library of Western Australia
Max Holtfreter (aged 83) and others restoring a wrecked 5-ton wagon in the yard of Holtfreters Engineers on the Perth road near Northam in Spring 1987. The wagon was the property of John Arkle, who may also appear in these photographs
Archives of Michigan
RG 82-91 consists of nuclear power plant development records of the Natural Resources Division of the Michigan Dept. of Attorney General for the years 1956-1964. Big Rock Point Plant (Charlevoix County): contains correspondence and reports concerning the application to the U.S. Atomic Enery Commission for a reactor construction permit and operating license. Reports are primarily technical descriptions of plant construction and structure design. Enrico Fermi Plant (Monroe County): includes correpondence to and from Atomic Energy Commission, out-of-state parties, and state-wide agencies concerning an increase in power level. Reports are of a technical in nature concerning the scientific and construction adjustments such a power increase would entail
Harvard University - Baker Library
Ledger of Eliphalet Griffin of Newbury, Mass., 1754-1771; ledgers and daybook of Edward and Joseph Holmes of Kingston, Mass., 1827-1888, including accounts of sales of groceries and provisions to ships; ledger of Pyam Cushing of Medford, Mass., 1837-1845; account book of Judah Loring of Medford, Mass., 1839-1852; one volume of technical descriptions of steamers built by W. and A. Fletcher of New York, N.Y., 1858-1882; letters between the Electric Boat Company of Groton, Conn. and their agent in Peking China, 1910-1923
Harvard University - Baker Library
Ledger of Eliphalet Griffin of Newbury, Mass., 1754-1771; ledgers and daybook of Edward and Joseph Holmes of Kingston, Mass., 1827-1888, including accounts of sales of groceries and provisions to ships; ledger of Pyam Cushing of Medford, Mass., 1837-1845; account book of Judah Loring of Medford, Mass., 1839-1852; one volume of technical descriptions of steamers built by W. and A. Fletcher of New York, N.Y., 1858-1882; letters between the Electric Boat Company of Groton, Conn. and their agent in Peking China, 1910-1923
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
Scope and Contents The main component of this collection is a double-spaced typewritten document of 858 pages transcribed (apparently in 1903) from original records and consisting of correspondence, newspaper articles, technical descriptions, legal documents, and other material relating to John Stevens, his professional work and career. Some of the correspondence is between Stevens and his rival inventors, such as Robert Fulton, credited with producing the first steamboat. Other documents in the collection are the orginal papers incorporating the Danville and Pottsville RR in 1831 and a carefully detailed survey and cost estimate of the Camden and Amboy RR in 1830.
Seattle Public Library - Special Collections
Papers presented at the 15th Fall Covnention of the American Concrete Institute, held in Seattle, WA, September 28-29, 1962. Technical descriptions of major concrete construction projects of the Century 21 Exposition (Seattle World's Fair), including the Monorail, Federal Science Pavilion, Foreign Commerce and Industry Buildings, Coliseum, Civic Center, and Parking Facility.

Contents: Construction of the Alweg monorail in Seattle, by J.F. Enderlein.--Prestressed concrete girder production for Seattle's monorail, by A.R. Anderson.--Fabrication of Science Pavilion wall panels, by J.L. Hutsell.--Movable forms for six-sided hyperbolic shells, by M. Proctor.--Prestressing of the ring girder of the Century 21 coliseum, by P.H. Hostmark.--A post-tension folded plate roof for the Seattle Civic Center, by J.V. Christiansen.--Seattle Center self-parking facility, by N.G. Jacobson, jr