The Frank Baron Papers, 1886-1994, comprises records of Baron's accomplishments as student, professor, researcher, and structural
engineer. It consists of student notebooks, lecture materials, writings (published and unpublished), consulting reports, notes,
calculations, correspondence, materials documenting Baron's involvement on academic and professional committees, and research
files. Occasional blueprints, maps, slides, and photographs are also included.
Francis (Frank) Martin Baron, born July 7, 1914 in Chicago, Illinois, served as professor of civil engineering at University
of California, Berkeley and held an international reputation as a an expert in the fields of bridge and roof-structure design,
and seismic and wind analysis. He was twice the recipient of the prized Leon S. Moisseiff Award issued annually by the American
Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and among his manifold professional affiliations, served as chairman of the US Council
of the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering.
Number of containers: 15 cartons, 2 oversize folders
Linear feet: 18.75
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