Schwab, Charles M., 1862-1939
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC MS 0137
Overview The collection contains ciphered, coded confidential telegrams from/to Archibald Johnston (Lehigh 1889), a president of Bethlehem Steel Company as well as personal letters. He represented The Company abroad primarily in South America. Most of the correspondence is dated 1912 to/from Charles M. Schwab, director of Bethlehem Steel Co. or Eugene G. Grace (Lehigh 1899), a president designate (made a president in 1913) and Archibald Johnston. The business correspondence is mainly telegrams...
Identifier: SC MS 0281
Overview Collection of wide ranging documents related to Archibald Johnston, a prominent graduate of Lehigh University Class of 1889, noting his careers at Bethlehem Steel Corporation and as the first mayor of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The material is complimentary to an earlier received Johnston collection of cablegrams sent while Mr. Johnston represented Bethlehem Steel Company in South America.
Identifier: SC MS 0224
Overview A collection of ephemera of a Lehigh alumnus, Rollin Reuben Keim, concerning his personal interests, his career as a City of Bethlehem businessman and contributions to his Lehigh Class as Class correspondent for Lehigh Alumni Bulletin. Major portion of the collection is data and visual material related to the Hill-to-Hill Bridge, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Identifier: SC MS 0010
Overview Material pertaining to honorary degree recipients for the years 1906-1968 (some files more complete than others) including minutes of the faculty committee making selections, notification to nominees, arrangements for the ceremonies, and citations upon presentation.
Identifier: SC MS 0236
Overview This scrapbook contains newspaper clippings relating to the Bach Choir’s first appearance outside Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. This event occurred in January 1917 appearing in Carnegie Hall, New YorkCity as a featured participant in the New York Philharmonic’s 75th anniversary festival. Charles Schwab of Bethlehem Steel Company generously paid for the trip to New York. Lehigh University’s Henry Drinker provided the logistics for getting the 300 members of the Choir to New York for the...
Identifier: SC MS 0020
Overview Typescripts of speeches, many with additional penciled-in notes, given by Dr. Drinker as president of Lehigh University, as president of the American Forestry Association, and as a supporter of war preparedness and the Student Army Training Corps movement.