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museum.mit.edu/150/72“Mr. Smith,” MIT's Most Famous Donor. 1912–1920. Portrait of George Eastman.
Philip Alexius de László. Oil. 1926. Who is Mr. Smith? For eight years, President
Richard Maclaurin only was allowed to give two clues to the identity of MIT's most
significant donor: he did not live in Massachusetts, and he had never attended ...
news.mit.edu/1994/smith-0202Feb 2, 1994 ... Professor Smith joined the MIT faculty shortly after the founding of STS in 1977,
and he played a major role in the development of the doctoral program in the
history and social study of science and technology. He was appointed director of
STS in 1992. He has been Metcalfe Professor of Engineering and ...
https://alum.mit.edu/slice/secrets-george-eastman-and-w-1Apr 2, 2010 ... Indeed, Mr. Smith was the subject of national speculation. According to a 1932
article in The Tech, two other New York millionaires, each of whom suspected the
other, had a dinner in which they cagily danced around the issue, “but separated
without having discovered any secrets and with enlarged ...
https://libraries.mit.edu/mithistory/mit-facts/MIT's move to Cambridge and the construction of its new campus was made
possible in great part by a substantial donation from an anonymous donor
referred to as “Mr. Smith.” It was not until an alumni dinner in January 1920, just
five days before the death of President Maclaurin, that the identity of the donor
was revealed ...
sts-program.mit.edu/people/sts-faculty/merritt-roe-smith/Merritt Roe Smith received his B.A. from Georgetown University (History, 1963)
and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University (History, 1971).
Before coming to MIT in 1978, he taught at Ohio State University and the
University of Pennsylvania. His book on the Harpers Ferry Armory received the
1977 Frederick ...
https://alum.mit.edu/slice/george-eastmans-nose-available-rubbingMay 22, 2012 ... The nose-rub is an MIT tradition. For decades, students have rubbed Eastman's
nose for two specific reasons: good luck, and the inversion of bad luck. Eastman,
founder of Eastman Kodak Co., anonymously contributed $7.5 million to MIT from
1912 to 1920. Known as "the mysterious Mr. Smith," his identity ...
https://www.dsmithscience.com/mit-inventeams.htmlI was fortunate enough to be invited to attend EurekaFest as an Excite Award
Recipient. Only 35 applications from across the country were invited to Boston for
professional development. We received instruction from MIT professors, inventors
, and master educators who have previously received the grant. The LC ...
https://www.quora.com/Why-was-George-Eastman-of-Kodak-so-generous- toward-MIT“Who is Mr. Smith? For eight years [1912–1920], President Richard Maclaurin
only was allowed to give two clues to the identity of MIT's most significant donor:
he did not live in Massachusetts, and he had never attended MIT. Donations from
Mr. Smith were essential in constructing MIT's Cambridge campus ...
In a letter to MIT's most generous benefactor in the early part of this century, a
man who would be known for many years only as "Mr. Smith," Maclaurin
described the place as "a tract of land with a frontage of a third of a mile on the
Charles River Basin. This site is ideal for the lnstitute's purposes — near to the
heart of things, ...
https://www.dict.cc/german-english/mit+Grüßen+von+Mr+Smith.htmldict.cc German-English Dictionary: Translation for mit Grüßen von Mr Smith.