This collection consists of prints, tracings, and sketches of technical equipment such as compressors, engines, and generators.
Ralph M. Heintz was chemical engineer and a physical chemist. He was a leading figure in early electronics and radio engineering.
After serving in the U.S. Army Signal Corps in World War I, Heintz earned a chemistry degree from Stanford University. He
then started the firm Heintz & Kaufman which produced transmitting and vacuum tubes for radios as well as completed radio
sets primarily for airplanes and ships.
3 Linear Feet
(43 map folders and 10 rolls)
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