MC 00060 Guide to the Henry Knox McIntyre Papers, 1905 - 1913
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McIntyre, Henry Knox
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Received as a gift from Mrs. Joan McIntyre McNair in August 1972 (Accession no. 1972-0013).
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The Henry Knox McIntyre Papers consist of one diary, 1905; two household account books, 1909 and circa 1913; and a bound notebook containing an inventory of household items with values, 1908.
Henry Knox McIntyre received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering in 1899 from Columbia University. He joined the faculty of the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (later North Carolina State University) as an Assistant Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering in 1910, and served in varying professorships through 1926.
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