Collection consists of his diplomas, commencement programs, and his engineer's thesis, CARRIER CURRENT TELEPHONY APPLIED TO
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William Bryan Duncan earned two degrees at Stanford University, his A.B. in mechanical engineering in January 1925 and his
engineer's degree in electrical engineering in June 1926. He died in 1931.
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