By Mary A. Sego
Scope and Contents of the Materials
The collection consists of one folder which contains an article by F. E. Morrow.
Frederick E. Morrow graduated from Purdue University in 1904 from the civil engineering course. From June to November of that year he was employed in the engineering department of the Illinois Steel Company. From that time until April, 1907, he was in the service of the Chicago & North Western in the consecutive capacities of rodman, instrument man and assistant engineer. He then took a position as field engineer in the division of track and roadway of the Board of Supervising Engineers, Chicago Traction, which he held during the rehabilitation of the Chicago surface lines. In April, 1910, he entered the Chicago & Western Indiana organization as office engineer. In March, 1913, he was promoted to principal assistant engineer, and held this position until he was appointed as assistant chief engineer of both the C & W. I. and the Belt Railway.
Purdue University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections
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Collection is open for research.
MSA 32, F. E. Morrow papers, Archives and Special Collection, Purdue University Libraries
Box and Folder Listing Browse by Folder:
[Folder 1: Article, 1921
- Folder 1: Article, 1921
- Report on Shops and Locomotive Terminals, Morrow, F. E., Railway Age, vol. 70, no. 10c, March 17, 1921, pp. 684-686.