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Bruce H. Rule Papers, 1933-1989
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BRUCE HERBERT RULE, 1908-1990. Astronomical engineer; Director, Central engineering Services, CIT 1943-69; Chief Engineer, Hale Observatory, OVRA, and Las Campanas. The papers relate to Palomar 200" telescope project (budgets, correspondence, technical files & photos), the Synchrotron Lab (reports, technical files & reprints), and committee meetings, reports, blueprints, and test data for various optical telescopes; plus material on the Morris Dam underwater ordnance project (World War II). Boxes 1-13 are processed; the remaining boxes are partially processed. The complete finding aid is available at the Online Archive of California.
Additional Information about the Morris Dam site may be found in: Joseph Foladare papers (Box 3); W. A. Fowler Oral History. Also in CIT technical reports in landmark book collection: Aircraft torpedo development...(UF880 .U58 v. 8) and Water entry and underwater ballistics...(UF880 .U58 v. 9). [These last two are the same reports that are in Foladare collection.]
Rule, Bruce Herbert (Electrical Engineer)
MEDIUM: Paper; LENGTH: 10 linear ft. ; QUANTITY: 23 boxes
Topics: Astronomy, Engineering
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