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It is to be used with the Schmidt-type Burrell telescope of the Warner and Swasey Observatory of the Case School of Applied Science at Cleveland.
One of the distinguished leaders or our profession, President Wickenden of Case School of Applied Science, has eloquently predicted in his notable address to Canadian engineers, "The Second Mile." "Engineers will find their way into every field where science needs to be practically applied, cost counted, returns predicted, and work organized systematically.
The younger Dow grew up in the United States and, after graduating from the Case School of Applied Science in Ohio, pioneered new processes to create chlorine chemicals and organic chemicals like phenol and indigo dye.
To the Case School of Applied Science, he made a generous gift that was the largest contribution in the school's history since the founding gift by Leonard Case Jr.
in metallurgical engineering from the Case School of Applied Science and went on to work with the Aluminum Castings Co.
Dow moved to Cleveland in 1878 and graduated from the Case School of Applied Science in 1888.
New York; Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio; Univ.