Atomic Power Utilization Committee
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Lawrence William Little grew up in Colorado and California, graduating from Bishop High School in Bishop, California. From 1923-1928 he taught at Western State College in Colorado (1923-1924) and Carson High School (Carson City, Nevada), where he lived the rest of his life. The collection includes materials documenting Little's careers as a teacher, highway inspector and materials testing engineer; his membership in the Rotary, Freemasons, and Shriners; his love of gardening, and his...
Abstract Alfred Merritt Smith (1876-1968), received both his Bachelors and Masters in Mining Engineering from the University of Nevada, Reno. He served as Nevada State Engineer from 1935-1952, was an administrative assistant to Senator George Malone (1952-1960), served on the Colorado River Commission, Atomic Power Utilization Committee (1952-1959), and served on various committees regarding water in Nevada and California. The majority of the papers are from his professional life and includes...