Collection 1190 - Carl F. Jaedicke Foil Figure Collection

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US TxAM-C 1190

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Carl F. Jaedicke Foil Figure Collection

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1 box

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Carl F. Jaedicke earned a BS in Nuclear Engineering with honors at Texas A&M in 1973 and later received his MBA from Indiana University in 1979. He returned to Texas A&M and served 19 years as the development officer for the College of Engineering at the Texas A&M Foundation in 1986. Jaedike was also the director of development for the College of Engineering for the Foundation, and in 1996 helped organize a fundraising campaign that raised over 367 million for the university as part of “Capturing the Spirit” campaign. He retired from his role at the foundation Foundation in December 2017.

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The collection contains foil figures from the Texas A&M College Slide Rule Contest (1947). Figures included: 5 fish; 4 Texas-shaped molds; 1 figure with a circular shape with the name of the college written; and 1 wooden figure.

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  • English

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Finding Aid Authors: Arnoldo Gutierrez.

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© Copyright 2019 Cushing Library. All rights reserved.

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