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The Morris Jacobs Papers RG.035

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Creator: Jacobs, Morris B. (Morris Boris), 1905-1965
Title: Guide to the Morris Jacobs Papers
Dates [inclusive]: 1929-1963
Abstract: Morris Boris Jacobs (1905-1965), a chemical engineer, was an adjunct professor at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn from 1946-1952. Jacobs left behind a legacy of work in pollution research, toxicology, and public health in the form of 20 textbooks, 100 research papers, 200 technical journals, and multiple patents. The collection covers active years in Jacobs's career (1929-1963) with an emphasis on the years during his work at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.
Quantity: 1.0 Linear feet Three 1.5 inch legal-sized manuscript boxes
Call Phrase: RG.035