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|Size||0.2 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 6 items)|
|Abstract||Engineering drawings of Richard Benjamin Hunter, made while he was a student at the University of North Carolina in the Department of Engineering, 1888-1892.|
|Creator||Hunter, Richard Benjamin, b. 1870.|
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Richard Benjamin Hunter (b. 1870) was a student at the University of North Carolina in the Department of Engineering from 1888 to 1892, when he was awarded a Bachlor of Engineering degree. At that time, the University's engineering curriculum was heavily weighted toward civil engineering with major courses directed toward mechanical drawing, topographical mapping, and land surveying. Hunter's drawings reflect this concentration.Back to Top
XOP-P-1 Arch. Drawing: 47.5 x 30 cm.
XOP-P-2 Arch and column. Drawing: 48.75 x 30 cm.
XOP-P-3 Hanging bracket and pillow block. Drawing: 48.75 x 30 cm.
XOP-P-4 Unknown subject. Drawing: 48.125 x 30 cm.
XOP-P-5 Brackets and pintle. Drawing: 50 x 30 cm.
XOP-P-6 Brackets. Drawing: 70 x 50 cm.Back to Top
Processed by: Connie Cartledge, October 1985
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