Typed copy of a manuscript entitled
On The Tamazula, written by Percy A. Bivins in Silao, Guanajuato, Mexico on November 1, 1899. The typed document itself is not dated.
"Percy A. Bivins recieved a partial course in civil engineering in the State University of Iowa and operated as a railway
locating and constructing engineer in the western United States and Mexico. As a locating engineer, he was associated with
economic studies of railway operations. For the past twelve years, he has been an industrial engineer of The Standard Textile
Products Company of New York, a concern which was a pioneer in studies of industrial economics and the use of business graphics."
-- from Industrial Management, June 1922, Volumes 63-64, p. 355.
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