Date of Creation1 Aug. 1939
GenreEducation & Research
Extent & Medium1 document : 27.4 x 21.7 cm
Scope & ContentItem is a professional certificate issued to Max Meyer attesting to the completion of technical training with great distinction in the following subjects: Practical works (filing down, solder, spray paint, etc., machine service: drilling, etc., and all metal-work machines), technological and professional design, and notions of industrial compatibility. Furthermore, the certificate indicates that Max has completed a language course in English.
Caption, signatures and inscriptionsThe certificate is machine printed, typewritten, and handwritten in black ink on an off-white paper of medium thickness. One side of the record is in French, while the other side is in Spanish. The eschatocol contains three attestations from the president and members of the jury of Arepor, the Technical School of Mechanics.
Physical Characteristics and Technical RequirementsThe record contains one vertical and one horizontal fold. Accompanying material: The item is accompanied by an English translation of the document.
Archival HistoryPrevious item number assigned by the VHEC: 96.015.010