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Heindel, Ned D.


Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

A Celebration of Chemistry at Lehigh

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 20210410

Box 47 -- Assay Kit; Spittoon; Plantamour Funnell

Identifier: 0054.047.01-03
Content Description From the Collection: Lehigh Memorabilia collection contains objects, memento, artifacts, ephemera and other materials relating to the history of Lehigh University and its community. Samples in the collections inlude: inscribed baseballs, pins, buttons, trays and plaques, pennants and banners, plans and drawings, albums, diplomas, certificates, glassware and silverware, articles of clothing, cap and gown, and etc. The collection grows through the Lehigh office and department transfers and donations from the...
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Box 49 - Zinc Plate: Test-casting of metallic zinc

 Item — Box 0054.49, Item: 01
Identifier: 0054.49
Scope and Contents A Test-Casting of Metallic Zinc Explanation: This casting of zinc metal has been passed down the faculty of the Department of Chemistry since Lehigh was launched as a University. The first Chemistry Chairman (Charles M. Wetherill, M.D.) was the cousin of Lieutenant Col. Samuel Wetherill. In today's jargon, Samuel would be called the Chief Technical Officer or the plant manager for the Zinc Works. Organized in 1853 in South Bethlehem near what is the present New...
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Documents Related to Lehigh Valley Homeopathy

Identifier: SC MS 0348

This small collection contains documents related to the establishment of homeopathic medicine in America. The first homeopathic medical school was founded in Bath, Pennsylvania in 1828 and later built in 1834 in Allentown, Pennsylvania rather than the famous Hahnemann Homeopathic College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1848.

Dates: 1828-1941

FR105 - Results of Chemical Analysis of Mrs. Amanda Lucas Who Died at Bethlehem, Pa. June 6, 1872, 1872

 Item — Frame FR, Frame: 105
Scope and Contents

See the attached note by Prof. Ned Heindel "William Chandler's Tutorial for Coroner's Jury"

Donated by Ned Heindel. Picked up from his office Mudd Building, June 28, 2018

Dates: 1872

National Printing Ink Research Institute

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 20230410-01

The Plantamour Funnel for Hot Filtration of Dissolved Solids

Identifier: 0054.47.03
Scope and Contents The Plantamour Funnel for Hot Filtration of Dissolved Solids: A Rare Departmental Artifact This rare but occasionally useful piece of laboratory apparatus was acquired by William Chandler about 1875 and was used by him and other chemists in the Department. A Swiss-French chemist-physician, Philippe Plantamour (1816-1898), conceived this heated copper funnel to allow chemists to hot-filter concentrated solutions of inorganic salts without them coming out of solution as they passed down the...
Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

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Archival Object 4
Unprocessed Material 2
Collection 1
Allentown (Pa.) 1
Bath (Pa.) 1
Bethlehem (Pa.) -- History 1
Chemistry -- Study and teaching 1
Homeopathic pharmacy 1