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Julius G. Berger Collection, 1909-1918

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Collector:
Berger, Julius G (electrical engineer) 1888-
Electricity and Modern Physics, Division of, NMAH, SI
Subject:
General Electric Company
Stevens Institute
Physical description:
1 cubic foot : 3 boxes : 9 volumes
Type:
Manuscripts
Collection descriptions
Notebooks
Scrapbooks
Newsletters
Date:
1909
1909-1918
1900-1950
20th century
Notes:
Berger served as a General Electric Company electrical engineer, a William Gordon Corporation contractor, and eventually began his own electrical design firm. He was educated in 1910 at the Stevens Institute, and enrolled in the General Electric continuing education program at Lynn, Mass.
Summary:
This collection traces the training and employment of an early electrical engineer. It includes 4 manuals filled with Berger's lab training at Stevens and G.E., a lecture notebook, two business correspondence scrapbooks, an industrial power data reference book, and a group of G.E. technical newsletters.
Cite as:
Julius G. Berger Collection, 1909-1918, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Topic:
Electrical science and technology
Electrical engineers
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

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