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Stevens engineering and design students using a concrete plaster on a hollow frame developed this 10 foot sculpture from a small bronze model. It faces out from one of the East windows of the library on Level I.

The stabile is a black painted metal sculpture by Stevens alumnus Alexander Calder 19'. It is located on the second floor of the S.C. Williams Library.

The Stevens Mobile hangs in the Great Hall of the S.C. Williams Library. The mobile was created by alumnus Alexander Calder 19'.

The American Spread Wing Eagle is located on the south exterior wall of the S.C. Williams Library at Stevens Institute of Technology. The sculpture was created by the internationally renowned sculptor Pierre Bourdelle and given to Stevens in honor of…

This Act was signed by Honorable John Stevens (II).

A call to the Freeholders and Freemen of the City and County of New York to select a twenty member council as a Provincial Convention. The council was considered for the growing anxiety, confusion and disorder in New York City prior to the American…

This is an article from the New York Post describing Colonel John Stevens' steam carriage at Hoboken.

John Stevens (III) and the Little Juliana featured in Scientific American.

A notice in the New York Times detailing the running of the steamboats Hoboken, Pioneer and Fairy Queen.