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Centennial Celebration

In the fall of 1901, the University of Nebraska established the first student organization dedicated to publishing student and faculty papers on engineering topics. The Nebraska Blue Print published its first volume in 1902.

To all of our students and former students who have upheld this long-standing tradition, thanks for your dedication and hard work. Look for more coverage of Blue Print’s centennial in future issues.

Contents

The Cuban Sugar Industry
Load Factor of La Capital Power House
Pipe Subways at the University of Nebraska
Some Notes on Electrical Generating and Distributing Systems in Chicago
Timbering in Gold Mines
Interior Lighting
Sanitation of Havana
Power Brakes on Electric Cars

1901-1902 Blue Print Staff

Editor-in-Chief
Dan Gutlenben

Business Manager
A.M. Hull

Department Editors
J.A. Green, Civil Engineering
F.L. Hunt, Electrical Engineering
C.S. Orton, Mechanical Engineering