Louis Berger Papers, 1936 -- 1987


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Dr. Louis "Doc" Berger was born in 1914 and raised, with three brothers and a sister, in Lawrence, Mass., where his father had a small glazing business. He graduated from Tufts College in 1936, with a degree in civil engineering. He went on to receive a master's in soils and geology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1940, he took his first job, supervising construction of two large dams in southern Illinois.

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