143. American Council on Education, December 1932
Notes for and typed draft of The activities of an agricultural engineer for the American Council on Education discussing the economic value of research in irrigation, development of physical apparatus, conservation of water, legal regulations, farmers and community problems, laboratory experiments, field experiments, meteorological relations, as well as consultation. Correspondence between R. L. Parshall and C. E. Hewitt, Secretary to the Director of the American Council on Education, concerning position and activities description of an Agricultural Engineer in the Division of Irrigation. Included ...
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