Letter from Joseph Jenson
Budget and Biennial Reports, 1903-1907
William Kerr papers, University Archive, 03p01s04d02Bx007Fd17
policy, school of engineering and mechanic arts, Utah Agricultural College, history, training, engineering pursuits, institutions, recommendations, engineering course, teaching, electrical engineering, Model Heating Company, arrangements, profession, students, lecture, practical engineers, laboratory tests, equipment, construction, manufacturing, conditions, consideration, contact, application, testing laboratory, graduates, requirements, field, subjects, selection, scope, activity, training, preparation, facilities, materials, apparatus, data, practice, development, natural resources, commercial, domestic, curriculum, architectural engineering, water power problem, elimination, electrical course, division, branches, building, architects, processes, principles, knowledge, surroundings, electricity, architecture, physicists, mathematicians, artistic features, establishment, courses, request, designation, preparatory students, years, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, mining, surveying, stream measurements, electrical testing, steam testing, hydraulic testing, mechanical power and efficiency testing, power motors, installation, substation, fundamentals, power generation, transmission, utilization, hydraulics, heating plant, fuels, estimate, instruction, suggestions, Old Wollen Mills Factory Building, walls, college grounds, mechanic arts building, wings, masonry, irrigation canal, distance, hydrostatic pressure, water system, savings, dynamos, seepage, equipment, supplies, faculty, salaries, head of school, director, foreman, assistant, summary
Letter concerning the school of engineering and mechanic arts at Utah Agricultural College.
William Kerr papers, University Archive, 03p01s04d02Bx007Fd17 (Budget and Biennial Reports, 1903-1907)