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Page 70 - Technology, for the purpose of instituting and maintaining a society of arts, a museum of arts, and a school of industrial science, and aiding generally, by suitable means, the advancement, development and practical application of science in connection with arts, agriculture, manufactures and commerce...
Page 3 - GENTLEMEN, — The conditions upon which the Corporation of the College is prepared to accept the agreement drawn by the Conference Committee so modify its tenor that the Representatives of the Institute feel unable to recommend it to their Corporation in the form it has now taken. Although the result has disappointed our expectations, we still feel convinced that as friends and earnest promoters of Instruction we can so direct the course of our respective institutions that they shall mutually help...
Page 2 - AM ; could n't sleep any more. After breakfast, went to visit the volcanic cones in the vicinity. The one we visited was one of the most perfect, and at the same time one of the most accessible. It was not more than one hundred and fifty or two hundred feet above the level of the sandy plain on which it stands. I was very greatly interested in this volcano. It seems to me that its structure clearly reveals some points of its history. It consists of two very perfect cones...
Page 62 - ... institution the theoretical and practical education required by its charter and the law of the. United States relating thereto.
Page 3 - The German need fear in the industrial world neither the Englishman nor the Frenchman, only the American; and to compete with the American engineer, we must strive constantly to improve and extend our engineering courses.
Page 121 - With the view of securing the great industrial and educational benefits above alluded to, it is proposed to establish, on a comprehensive plan, an Institution devoted to the Practical Arts and Sciences, to be called the MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, having the triple organization of a Society of Arts, a Museum or Conservatory of Arts, and a School of Industrial Science and Art.