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School of Engineering Technology records

 Unprocessed — Box: 1
Identifier: Z96-120

Content Description

The collection includes enrollment statistics for the Lincoln Institute, 1927-1946; and publications, memoranda, reports, and course offerings of the School of Engineering Technology at Northeastern University (formerly called Lincoln College and Lincoln Institute). The collection is unprocessed. The Evening Polytechnic School at the Greater Boston YMCA, also known as the Lincoln Institute, was established in 1904 to offer technical education to YMCA members. The school later merged with the School of Engineering Technology at Northeastern University, which in turn merged with the Lowell Institute School in the College of Professional Studies at Northeastern. The Lincoln Institute and School of Engineering Technology provided part-time evening courses, and later full-time day courses on a variety of engineering technology subjects. Accessioned 1996 Jul 15. 46/2

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This collection is partially restricted. For further information researchers should consult the University Archivist.

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  • Creation: 1927-1996


0.50 cubic feet (0.50 cubic feet in 1 record center carton.)