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Charles A. Ellis collection of supplementary papers

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The Theory and Practice of Modern Framed Structures: Designed for the Use of Schools and for Engineers in Professional Preactice / J. B. Johnson, C.E., C. W. Bryan, C.E., and F. E. Turneaure

Newspaper articles about Ellis

Golden Gate invitation and flyers

Golden Gate Bridge Story / Stealing the Golden Gate Bridge by Douglas Clark Associates



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Charles A. Ellis collection of supplementary papers, 1911-2004 | Purdue University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections

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Collection Overview

Title: Charles A. Ellis collection of supplementary papers, 1911-2004Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:1935-2004

Extent: 0.4 Cubic feet. More info below.

Subjects: Ellis, Charles Alton, 1876-1949., Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco, Calif.)

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Materials related to the life and career of Charles A. Ellis and the building of the Golden Gate bridge.

Subject/Index Terms

Ellis, Charles Alton, 1876-1949.
Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco, Calif.)

Administrative Information

Repository: Purdue University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections

Alternate Extent Statement: 1 mss. box

Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions: Copyright not held by Purdue University for the majority of the materials within this collection.

Related Materials: MSA 460, Charles A. Ellis papers


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[Item 1: The Theory and Practice of Modern Framed Structures: Designed for the Use of Schools and for Engineers in Professional Preactice / J. B. Johnson, C.E., C. W. Bryan, C.E., and F. E. Turneaure, 1911],
[Folder 1: Newspaper articles about Ellis, 1932-2004],
[Folder 2: Golden Gate invitation and flyers, 2004],
[Folder 3: Golden Gate Bridge Story / Stealing the Golden Gate Bridge by Douglas Clark Associates, circa 1997],
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