Wilbur Carson Sensing Collection
Wilbur Carson Sensing [1901-1984] was born in Dickson County, Tennessee. He attended Montgomery Bell Academy, and in 1923 he received a B.S. degree in Civil
Engineering from Vanderbilt University. He was chairman of the board of Enco Materials, a distributor of reinforcing steel and construction materials. In 1944 he
became president of the Nashville Engineering Association and in 1949 was president of the local chapter of Association for the Society of Civil Engineers. He was
also one of the founders of the Home Federal Savings and Loan Association.
This autobiography was written by Wilbur Carson Sensing, being compiled and edited in 2001 by his son Wilbur Carson Sensing, Jr.
Scope and Contents
This collection contains one item, a booklet titled 'Cordin' to my Big.
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