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MSS 00101 Guide to Leslie Graham Berry, Transmission Dynamometer : thesis, 1900

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Berry, Leslie Graham


15.0 pages

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Scope and Content Note

Leslie Graham Berry's 1900 thesis, "Transmission Dynamometer," contains 11 handwritten pages and four pages of drawings. The drawings include a view of the transmission dynamometer, a method of fastening the spring to the pulley, a method of fastening the spring to the disc, an arm for the springs, and detail of clock gear for the rotating prism.

Biographical Note

Leslie Graham Berry graduated from the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (later North Carolina State University) with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in 1900. He was the founder and president of Southern Engineering Company of Charlotte.

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Leslie Graham Berry, Transmission Dynamometer : thesis, 1900, MSS 101, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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