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  • A Conversation with Peter Harriott 

    Harriott, Peter; Steen, Paul (Internet-First University Press, 2015-09-10)
    Harriott's early years in Ithaca, his formal education, the writing of three distinguished textbook and his pride in his family and personal interests, such as life outdoors and music, are discussed. The origins of his ...
  • Memories and Beyond 2008: By the Graduating Class of Chemical Engineers of 1953 

    Weber, Thomas W. (Cornell University, 2008)
    The Graduating Class of Chemical Engineers of 1953 at Cornell University recall life at Olin Hall and what they did afterwards.
  • The School of Chemical Engineering at Cornell : a history of the first fifty years 

    Smith, Julian Cleveland (College of Engineering, Cornell University, 1988)
    This is a history of the School of Chemical Engineering at Cornell University, from the time of the School's founding and establishment as part of the College of Engineering in 1937-38 to the present, fifty years later.


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