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A.J. Drexel, 1826-1893, and his industrial university.

James Creese

A.J. Drexel, 1826-1893, and his industrial university.

by James Creese

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Published by Newcomen Society of England, American Branch in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drexel, Anthony Joseph, -- 1826-1893.

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    Pagination28 p.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16589928M

    At Drexel, Mr. Soffa established the Albert and Harriet Soffa Professorship in Mechanical Engineering, the M. Russell Wher Physics Award and the J. Lawrence Tecosky Scholarship. He was honored at Drexel with the A. J. Drexel Paul Award and was a Charter Member of the College of Engineering's Alumni Circle of Distinction. May   As part of the class, students were tasked with conducting research in the University Archives on topics around the history of diversity at Drexel. Their final projects and the results of their research were displayed in a pop-up exhibition held June 11 in the A. J. Drexel Picture Gallery.

    Details about Huge Lot of Newcomen Society Publications Industry Banking Education. Huge Lot of Newcomen Society Publications Industry Banking Education. National Association of Manufacturers Physical Description: 24p., illustrations, 23 cm. 4. A.J. Drexel ( - ) and his "Industrial University" Main Author: James Seller Rating: % positive. Graduate Course Catalog Drexel UniversityFile Size: 4MB.

    Undergraduate Course Catalog Drexel University. DREXEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PHILADELPHIA, PA. I I R E X E L W E E K O C T. 2» - N O V. ;» OCTO NUMBER 10 Greenes Book Reviews War Records of Alumni The war records of 3, men, trained in the Drexel ROTC pro­ gram, have been compiled into a book by General Douglas T. Greene.


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A.J. Drexel, 1826-1893, and his industrial university by James Creese Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A.J. Drexel,and his industrial university. and his industrial university. book [James Creese]. A.J. Drexel,and his industrial university () by James Creese Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.

Drexel—whose name is familiar today only through the university he founded and his recently canonized niece and protegee, Katharine—was the most influential financier of the nineteenth century.

The second son of an Austrian emigre, Anthony Drexel () soon established himself as the preeminent financial mind in the Philadelphia Cited by: 5. A.J. Drexel,and his industrial university by James Creese (Book) Service in memory and his industrial university. book Anthony J. Drexel, founder of the Drexel institute of art, science and industry by Drexel Institute of Technology (Book).

His address “A.J. Drexel, —, and his Industrial University” was published as a book and can be found in Drexel’s W.W. Hagerty Library. Infive years before he also died of a heart attack, Creese wrote the forward to the inaugural issue of Drexel’s new literary magazine, The Gargoyle (the predecessor to its current publication Maya).Author: Alissa Falcone.

Anthony Joseph Drexel Sr. (Septem – J ) was an American banker who played a major role in the rise of modern global finance after the American Civil the dominant partner of Drexel & Co. of Philadelphia, he founded Drexel, Morgan & Co (later J.P. Morgan & Co.) in New York in with J.

Morgan as his junior partner. He also founded Drexel University in Born: SeptemPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania. A rare, candid shot of A.J. Drexel taken shortly before he died in Photo courtesy Drexel University Archives. When his father died inyear-old Tony was head of one of the and his industrial university.

book largest and most influential : Alissa Falcone. Includes a diary written by Francis Martin Drexel in and three letters authored by Anthony J. Drexel, the founder of Drexel University. The bulk of material dates from the twentieth century and is contained in eleven volumes of scrapbooks that begin with the death of Anthony J.

Drexel in Shop Barnes & Noble at Drexel University for men's, women's and children's apparel, gifts, textbooks and more. Large Selection of Official Apparel Exclusives Flat-Rate Shipping. The nineteenth century items include a scrapbook containing obituaries of A.J. Drexel in ; memorial books for A.J.

Drexel's wife and brother; a diary kept by Frances Martin Drexel while traveling in South America; three letters by A.J. Drexel - one written on the day of his death; and a cash book, believed to be related to F.M. Drexel, from. Anthony J. Drexel is significant in West Philadelphia’s history not only as the founder and namesake of Drexel University, but also as an expansive property owner, developer, and philanthropist.

Anthony J. Drexel, founder of what is today known as Drexel University, was a notable 19th-century Industrial. the Centennial of Drexel University. COVER The great portal Chestnut Street, c. 19/5, (Drexel University Archives) FRONTISPIECE The Main Building, from the southwest.

The extertor appearance has hard/' changed in one hundred years, although the surroundings have been dramatically transformed from an industrial district into au urban campus.

As a teenager, he loses his foundation of his favorite Aunt Queen due to a fatal heart attack, and Gerald must return to his unstable life with his mother and stepfather. To make matters worse, his stepfather is abusing his half-sister, Angel, whom he feels obligated to protect and save from the troubles of life.

How to be Popular: Meg Cabot. Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results Anthony J Drexel ( - ) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days How do we create a person’s profile.

We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s profile. Early life. Joseph William Drexel was the son of Francis Martin Drexel (–) and Catherine Hookey (–).

His siblings were Anthony Joseph Drexel (–) and Francis Anthony Drexel (–). Through his brother Francis, he was the uncle of Saint Katharine Drexel (–).

Drexel attended the Central High School in Philadelphia, and traveled through Spain, Born: JanuPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. Drexel offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs. Choose a level and format to learn more and apply today. Choose a Level * Full-Time Undergraduate Part-Time Undergraduate Graduate Professional - Law Professional - Medicine Choose a Format * On Campus Go.

International Banker. He was the son of financier Anthony J. Drexel. He was the first treasurer of the Board of Directors of the Drexel Institute of Technology. He entered into an unhappy marriage with Margarita Armstrong. Because of the unpleasantness of the divorce, he lived most of the rest of his Burial: Woodlands Cemetery, Philadelphia, Philadelphia.

Published in conjunction with Drexel University’s th anniversary, Building Drexel chronicles the founding of the university by Anthony J. Drexel through to the present day. The editors and contributors create a prismatic discussion of the university and its evolution.5/5(2).

Early life. Drexel was born on September 9,in Philadelphia to Anthony Joseph Drexel (–) and Ellen Rozet (–). He was one of nine children, including: Emilie Taylor Drexel, Frances Katherine Drexel, Mae E.

Drexel, Sarah Rozet "Sallie" Drexel (the wife of Alexander Van Rensselaer), John Rozet Drexel, and George William Childs : September 9,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. Correspondence, programs and booklets related to the Newcomen Society special events.

- Creese guest of honor at luncheon honoring A.J. Drexel. Booklet titles: "A.J. Drexel and his 'Industrial University'" by James Creese, "Printing in America -- and American Type Founders" by Thomas Roy Jones, printed by Newcomen Society.

His accomplishments include the planning and execution of the Centennial celebration increation of the Faculty Senate, an organization that gave the faculty more input than ever before in the university’s governance; the dedication of the Bennett S.

LeBow Engineering Center and the Center for Automation Technology, a $30 million.Scope and content note. This collection consists of five series: Books, Correspondence and Personal Papers, Ephemera, Objects, and Photographs.

The first series, Books,contains scrapbooks, notebooks, and the log of Alice and John Drexel’s yacht, the Sultana, as well as two copies of Henry Troth: Sept.

4,a privately published book about Alice Troth’s grandfather.Associate at A. J. Drexel Nano-technology Institute, Depart-ment of Materials Science and Engineering at Drexel Univer-sity. He received his PhD in Materials Science and Engi-neering from Florida Interna-tional University in His research interest is in the eld of electrochemical energy storage with the main focus on theFile Size: 4MB.