By Mary Sego
Primary Creator: Hatt, William K.
Extent: 5.0 Folders. More info below.
Forms of Material: Articles
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.
Preferred Citation: MSF 165, William K. Hatt Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Research In Highway Education, Hatt, William Kendrick. Reprinted from Proceedings of the Second National Highway Conference, auspices of Highway Education Board in Washington, October 26-28, 1922, for the National Research Council, Washington, D.C..
Research Committees: The Growing Complexity Of Organizations For Research, Hatt, W. K. Reprinted from Science, Spetember 14, 1923, vol. LVIII, no. 1498, pp. 195-198.
Civil Engineering as a Career, Hatt, W. K. 1924. Washington, D. C.: National Research Council.
Researches In Concrete, Hatt, W. K. Bulletin No. 24, Engineering Experiment Station, vol. IX, no. 11, November, 1925. Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University. (2 copies)
University Bibliography, Dr. W. K. Hatt, Head of Civil Engineering Department. Purdue University Library (no date given).
Physical And Mechanical Properties Of Portland Cements And Concretes, Hatt, W. K.; Mills, R. E. Bulletin No. 34, Engineering Experiment Station, vol. XII, no. 7, November, 1928. Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University.
Diploma - certifiying William Kendrick Hatt's membership in The American Society of Civil Engineers, January 7, 1913 [oversized certificate, housed in Box 78]
Certificate - The Henry C. Turner Medal for notable achievement in the concrete industry to William Kendrick Hatt, issued February 14, 1929
Booklet - The Memorial Address by President Winthrop Ellsworth Stone of Purdue Univeristy November 11, 1903. This memorial service was held after the Purdue train wreck of October 31, 1903. Prof. W.K. Hatt is written accross the top of the booklet.
Certificate of Appreciation - War Department, United States of America, issued to Wm. K. Hatt of Lafayette, Indiana for Marked Service to the United States, by acting as a Member of the organization of the Committee on Education and Special Training, War Plans Division, General Staff, during the National Emergency of 1917-1918, and the full Appreciation of the Government herewith is expressed, signed by Newton D. Baker, Secretary of War.