American Chemical Society, Lehigh Valley Section Record Books, 1894-1943
Scope and Contents
Each record book covers Lehigh Valley Section of American Chemical Society's records, for all meetings in its respective span of years. Information includes meeting minutes and by-laws.
- American Chemical Society (Organization)
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Conditions Governing Use
Collection is open for research.
Biographical / Historical
The American Chemical Society (ACS) is a scientific society based in the United States that supports scientific inquiry in the field of chemistry. It is the world's largest scientific society and one of the leading sources of authoritative scientific information. The Lehigh Valley Section of the American Chemical Society was founded in 1894 and serves the Lehigh Valley Area including regions of Northeast Pennsylvania, Southern New York and Northwest New Jersey. ACS Local Sections promote public awareness of chemistry through involvement in the community and outreach programs and by working with students of chemistry and science. The Society works with industry and academia to educate the public about the benefits of our profession and science. The section meets eight times per year at various locations within the section boundaries.
Language of Materials
Three record books covering the Lehigh Valley Section of American Chemical Society's records, including meeting minutes and by-laws, from its earliest meeting where the section was organized in 1894, to its 260th meeting in December 1943.
Books are arranged chronologically.
- American Chemical Society, Lehigh Valley Section Record Books, 1894-1943
- Alexandria Kennedy
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