Northwestern Engineering Company
- Existence: 1924-
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Photographic Record of Project I-H3 Deadwood-Custer-Hot Springs Forest Highway in South Dakota report with photographs and typed information.
Overview Report on "South Dakota I-Hr, It Base and Bit. Surf. Deadwood-Custer-Hot Springs, Photographs".
Overview Morris Adelstein was born in Des Moines, Iowa on June 2, 1894. His parents had immigrated from Russia and settled in Des Moines, Iowa. His mother Bailey Adelstein Martinsky homesteaded land in South Dakota in 1910 and moved with her youngest daughters to Kadoka, South Dakota. Morris Adelstein graduated from Highland Park College in Des Moines with a degree in englineering. After serving in the Army as an engineer during World War I, he joined his mother in Kadoka and was elected as the county...
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Papers contain nine folders and one book, Paving the Way: The Life Morris E. Adelstein by Howard Shaff and Audrey K. Shaff (1970). There are eight folders of photographs and one folder with two issues of The National Jewish Monthly magazine (1944-1945).
Overview The series contains photographs of Northwestern Engineering Company worksites and a photograph of Kadoka, South Dakota.
Overview Photographs of road and bridge construction by Northwestern Engineering Company in South Dakota, Wyoming, and Idaho, including Cedar Pass Road and Beaver Creek Bridge. The photographs are on scrapbook pages.
Scope and Contents Series contains 1 folder with two issues of The National Jewish Monthly and a book on Morris E. Adelstein and Northwestern Engineering Company.