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Nutter (Edward Hoit) papers
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Box 1, Folder 1-3

Patents 1912-1929

Scope and Contents

Materials related to mineral flotation technology, including a copy of H.J. Stander's The Flotation Process; depositions from a court case; and copies of Edward Hoit Nutter's patents.
Box 2, Folder 1-9

Early correspondence 1909-1920

Scope and Contents

The contents of an accordion folder with both business and personal letters dated between 1909 and 1920, including correspondence from Theodore J. Hoover and other business contacts.
Box 3, Folder 1-29

Files 1911-1964

Scope and Contents

Primarily Edward Hoit Nutter's business files, including papers and correspondence related to Minerals Separation company and claims against them, other business ventures, and dealings with Stanford University. Also includes some collected files about American politics, as well as Nutter's personal remembrances, stock certificates, and other correspondence.

Processing Information

The majority of original folders have been replaced due to conservation concerns, but Nutter's original folder titles have been retained. Files are a mixture of business and personal, and were arranged alphabetically to facilitate use.
Box 4, Folder 1-9

Personal 1902-1957

Scope and Contents

Personal and biographical information about Edward Hoit Nutter, including resumes and family biographies, his Stanford diploma, and some photographs. There is also a 1906 notebook with Nutter's handwritten notes, some correspondence with his son Sheldon Nutter, and correspondence and papers related to Emanuel Swedenborg and the Swedenborgian faith.
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American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers 1953

Scope and Contents

Award and invitation mounted on poster.