The Kinnersley's Thermometer was an apparatus designed to demonstrate the heating power of an electric spark by showing the expansion of air when an electric spark is passed through it. Physical Description: Glass tube with brass base and top,...
Santa Clara University (Calif.); Ground breaking ceremonies; Students;
Timothy P. Connolly, '30, SCU Student body president, with William C. Gianera, S.J., Dean of Faculty, and Henry C. Miller, superintendent of construction, at groundbreaking for Nobili Hall. Nobili hall was completed in 1930.
Reporters and reporting; Men; Group portraits; University of Santa Clara
A group portrait of local newspaper reporters. Standing left to right: H. Bradbury, Postal Telegraph; Louis Ashlock, A.P.; John Chestnut, S.F. Call-Bulletin; John "Sam" Dunn, Postal Telegraph; Fr. H. Donovan, S.J.; Frank Gordon, S.J....
Photographs; Santa Clara College (Calif.); Students
Group photo labeled ""Contributors to Humanities."" Ten subjects taken on path adjacent to ivy-covered adobe wall. Students numbered and identified: 1) C. Graff, 2) [un-named] 3) O. Reeg, 4) [un-named], 5) H. Henry, 6) Thomas...
McKiernan, Charles Henry; People; Photographs; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Santa Cruz County (Calif.)--History;
Black-and-white portrait of Charles Henry "Mountain Charley" McKiernan. McKiernan was one of the first white settlers in the Santa Cruz mountains, and was noted for having survived an attack by a grizzly bear.
College students; College teachers; Computation laboratories; Digital computers; Education; People; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; Technology; University of Santa Clara;
Black-and-white photograph of faculty member Henry Nettesheim and graduate student Gus Burzio working on the RAMAC 305A digital computer, circa 1963. The RAMAC 305A with a RAMAC 350 storage device, made by IBM, was one of the earliest computers.