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1889 – Born on the 7th of February in Nilsby, Sweden. 1912 – He entered the University of North, Dakota. 1917 – He received a Ph.D. in physics at Yale University.        – He worked at AT&T’s Department of Development and Research. 1924 – He helped to develop AT&T’s first facsimile machines that were made ..

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1885 – Born in Lauro, province of Avellino on the 21st of January. 1906 – He began work with the Italian state railways, where he worked on electrification of the rail system. 1911 – His interests turned to the field of aeronautical engineering and he enrolled in a one year course offered by the Italian ..

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1862 – Born on the 5th of March in Bradford, Pennyslvania. 1885 – He graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1890 – He married Effie Josephine Mackintosh. 1892 – He was Secretary of the National Geographic Society. 1902 – He was appointed Chief Engineer and Director of the U.S. Geological Survey. 1932 – He died ..

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1891 – Born on the 21st of June in Sondrio. 1913 – He attended the Civil Engineering School of Bolonga.            – He joined the Society for Concrete Construction.   1915 – He served in the Corps of Engineering.          – He spent his several years in the Italian army during World ..

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1855 – William Mulholland, born on the 11th of September in Belfast, Ireland. He was a water-services engineer in Southern California, United States. 1870 – Emigrated to New York City with his brother Hugh Mulholland and traveled to San Francisco. 1913 – His 233-mile Los Angeles Aqueduct, completed in November, took water from the Owens ..

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1888 – He was born this year in New Haven, Connecticut.   1920 – He sparred with Franklin D. Roosevelt, then head of the Taconic State Park Commission, who favored the prompt construction of a parkway through the Hudson Valley.   1927 – He was President of the Long Island State Park Commission and Secretary ..

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1911 – Frank Lloyd was a Vienna-born Jewish art dealer.   1960-1970 – He built the Marlborough Gallery into an international art-world force with branches in New York, London, Rome, Zurich and other cities.   1971 – His career ended in disgrace after the Rothko art scandal broke.   – He was accused of wasting ..

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1838 – Born on February 28th in Ribeauvillé in Alsace. French engineer. 1863 – He became an engineer. 1875 – He was a professor at the École Centrale. 1879 – Maurice was a member of the commission of the geodetic survey of France. 1885 – He taught at the Collège de France. 1888 – Inaugurated ..

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