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Milestone-Proposal:Cruft HighTension Laboratory, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science
Milestone Buildings Exist Yes  +
Milestone Plaque Mounting Details Will be mounted inside the corridor or bridge wall joining the Pierce Hall to Cruft Laboratory.  +
Milestone Present Site Owner The present owner of the site is Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, aka Harvard SEAS.  +
Milestone Site Description It is a building named Cruft Laboratory which looks like this. [[Image:Cruft Laboratory - Harvard University - DSC05376.JPG|thumb|center|650px]]  +
Milestone Site Owner Approval Yes  +
Milestone proposal submitted true  +
Proposed Milestone IEEE Section Boston  +
Proposed Milestone Location Inside the Van Vleck Bridge joining Pierce Hall to Cruft Laboratory, Lyman Laboratory and Jefferson Physical Hall. The address is Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 19A Oxford Street, Cambridge MA 02138.  +
Proposed Milestone Name Research and education in electronics and communications at Cruft Laboratory, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science. 1915 to 1947  +
Proposed Milestone Plaque Citation Under the leadership of GW Pierce and EL CUnder the leadership of GW Pierce and EL Chaffee, recipients of the IRE Medal of Honor, Cruft Laboratory was the site of academic courses in electronics and communication, research, innovations, patents, books, and special training to the men and women of the armed forces. In 1917 the first Navy Radio Training School was established here. In the 1940s, the staff participated in training the armed forces in electronics and communications. forces in electronics and communications.  +
Proposed Milestone Year 1915 to 1947  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 30 March 2014 18:23:30  +
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