Susan Howell Irvin has seen the world go from the mechanical age to Super Sonic and worlds beyond through the window of technology. She was three years old when her father, John S. Howell III invented an instrument called JetCal. It is hot section analyzer that made jets travel safe, and he built his company on this. It was through her father that the B-36 contract was awarded to Convair.
Through out the years Susan was witness to the Geo-political world in a ways few had ever witness. Travels with her father opened doors to world leaders throughout her life. She saw the world change through the windows of flight.
U.N.T. HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER
3500 CAMP BOWIE BLVD
FORT WORTH, TEXAS
IF LOST CALL 817- 905-1889
From I-30W go North on Montgomery Street to Camp Bowie Blvd. Turn Right onto Camp Bowie, proceed one block and turn left onto Clifton Street then immediately turn left into the University's Parking Lot. Drive to the end of the lot and turn left. Go to the south end of the building and park.
Enter building's second floor through the glass doors and walk around the room to the elevators. Take an elevator down to the first floor and a docent will greet you and lead you to the meeting hall.
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