Types of Materials

Search: General Electric Company in corpname [Clear Search]
Results:  7 Items
 
Date Coverage:
1939-2001
Extent:
63.9  cubic ft.  7 reels of microfilm, 32 audio and video reels  854  Digital Files
Types:  
Abstract:
Union founded at General Electric's Schenectady, NY plant after the passage of the Wagner Act.
 
 
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Collection:
Date Coverage:
circa 1989
Extent:
.17  cubic ft.
Abstract:
George Wise Papers document history about General Electric founded in Schenectady, New York
 
 
Date Coverage:
1943-1992
Extent:
1.6  cubic ft.
Abstract:
The Ralph Boyd, Sr. Papers contain personal and professional correspondence, news clippings, work manuals and agendas that document his career as a General Electric employee, community activist and member of the Schenectady branch of the NAACP.
 
 
Date Coverage:
1789-2003
Extent:
35.8  cubic ft.
Abstract:
The Duncan Blanchard papers document Blanchards career as a research associate at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and as a senior research associate at the State University of New York at Albany.
 
 
Date Coverage:
1969-1994
Extent:
24.25  cubic ft.
Abstract:
These records document the day-to-day activities and interests of the Knolls Action Project (KAP).
 
 
Date Coverage:
1828-1997
Extent:
39.04  cubic ft.
Abstract:
The Bernard Vonnegut Papers document Vonnegut's career as a researcher in the field of atmospheric science with a focus on his time at GE, Arthur Little, and the State University of New York at Albany. The collection includes technical memoranda, research, data, inventions and patent forms, equipment specifications, drawings, figures, handwritten notes, manuscripts, reports, correspondence, publicity materials, course materials, news clippings, photographs, memorabilia, and audio/video materials
 
 
Date Coverage:
1891-1993
Extent:
135  cubic ft.
Abstract:
The Vincent J. Schaefer Papers represent the professional accomplishments and personal interests of the scientist who discovered cloud seeding. Schaefer spent more than 20 years with General Electric in Schenectady, New York, working his way up from apprentice, to research assistant, to research associate. In those years he was mentored by Irving Langmuir, Nobel Prize winner in chemistry. The work Schaefer did at General Electric laid the foundation for further success as he became director of research for the Munitalp Foundation, began a highly successful summer science program for high school students, acted as an independent consultant, and founded the Atmospheric Sciences Research Center at the State University of New York at Albany. This collection contains research data, notes, correspondence, publications, and photographs that showcase Schaefer's long, industrious scientific career as well as highlighting his many hobbies in local history and environmentalism.