Edward Waldo Papers, 1817-1818, 1880-1930, 1943 | University of Illinois Archives
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Papers of Edward Hardenburgh Waldo (1866-1950), professor of electrical engineering (1907-34), including class notes (1910-12) relating to electrochemistry, differential and partial differential equations; class lectures 91909-30), student papers, statistics, journal articles, charts, diagrams, Some Notes on Transformer Design (1929) concerning the economics of transformer design and A Method of Transformer Design (ca. 1915-1920).
The series includes forms and two scrapbooks (1890-1905) from engineering positions at General Electric Company (1890-94), University of Pennsylvania (1894-1904) and Crocker-Wheeler Company (1904-07) including diagrams, tables and blueprints pertaining to wiring systems, transformers and motors.
The papers also contain personal and family papers (1817-18, 1880-1943) including genealogy notes, correspondence, inventories, essays, announcements, newspaper articles, religious material, D. Allen's journal, scrapbook, obituaries, poems and a golden wedding anniversary album.