MSS 00175 Guide to the Howard McDonald Ellis drawings and class schedule, 1926 - 1927
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Ellis, Howard McDonald, 1907-1993
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Received from Howard McDonald Ellis, 1984 July 2
Processed by: Special Collections Staff;machine-readable finding aid created by: Dawne E. Howard; Updated by Aaron Cusick
The Howard McDonald Ellis drawings and class schedule consist of oversized drawings of building columns and frame walls from Jehu D. Paulson's Elements of Design Class, and a North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering (now North Carolina State University) class schedule.
Howard McDonald Ellis (1907 - 1993) was an extension specialist in charge of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at North Carolina State University from 1935 to 1969. Ellis received a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (1929) and a bachelor's degree in Sanitary Engineering (1934) from North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering. He was a pioneer in soil and water conservation and farm irrigation in North Carolina.
Some of the items from the Howard McDonald Ellis drawings and class schedule are oversized materials.
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