The James Dix Schuyler Papers consist of unpublished reports, correspondence, and other documents. The reports cover Schuyler's
work as a consulting engineer in the Western U.S., Brazil, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Panama, and Puerto Rico. Photographs are
included in many reports and they depict public buildings, private residences, street scenes, and landscapes along with images
of dams, canals, and other hydraulic structures.
James Dix Schuyler was born May 11, 1848, in Ithaca, New York, the son of Philip C. and Lucy M. (Dix) Schuyler. He was educated
at Friend's College, 1863-1868; after that he was self-taught. In July 1889 he was married to Mary Ingalls Tulliper.
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