Collection includes syllabi and notes on alternators, synchronous motors, transformers, transmission lines and other topics,
1899-1917; correspondence regarding a lecture tour of Japan, 1930-32; Harris' articles and publications, 1911-31; articles
and clippings on the Ryan high voltage lab; and biographical information and bibliographies.
Harris J. Ryan was a professor of electrical engineering at Stanford (1905-1931; emeritus, 1931-1934), head of the Department
of Electrical Engineering and first director of the Ryan High Voltage Laboratory.
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