Dr. Homer S. Weber was a student and faculty member of the Mechanical Engineering department at Georgia Tech. This collection contains 1 gelatin silver print of the 1953 Georgia Tech Faculty.
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0.1 Linear Feet
This collection contains 1 gelatin silver print in fair condition (crease in the middle of print).
Dr. Homer Squire Weber was born in East Lake, Tennessee on February 24, 1898. He began his career at Georgia Tech as a student in 1920. After earning his B. S. in Mechanical Engineering in 1924, he remained at Tech, completing work on his master's degree in 1930.
He began teaching at Georgia Tech in 1924 in the Department of Engineering, Drawing and Mechanics and remained at the school until his retirement in 1962. He took leaves of absence while pursuing his Ph.D. from Stanford University, receiving his degree in 1941. In 1946, Dr. Weber was appointed the Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department.
In World War II Weber served as a navy seaman. His activities included memberships in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Society of Engineering Education, Phi Kappa Phi, and Pi Tau Sigma.
A print copy of this finding aid is available in the Georgia Tech Archives reading room.
Accession number: 1987.0709 (old accession #87-07-09).
This photograph has been separated from the Homer Weber Papers, MS #036.
Jody Thompson processed this photograph in 2004.