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American Chemical Society, Lehigh Valley Section Record Books, 1894-1943

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Identifier: SC MS 0130
Overview 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.

Carl Adams Baer Silk Mill Notes 1912-1922

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Identifier: SC MS 0193
Overview Interesting insight into the workings of textile machinery specifically of local Lehigh Valley silk mills. There were many silk mills in the early 20th century in the Lehigh Valley.

Classical League of the Lehigh Valley

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Identifier: SC MS 0326
Overview This collection contains documents and the meeting minute book of the “Classical league of the Lehigh Valley”, established in May 1922, by the teachers, instructor and professors of Greek and Latin of Allentown, Easton and Bethlehem, including colleges and high schools. Records seemed to be compiled by Mary L. Hess, secretary and treasurer. The documents are included is the list of members, expenses and some printed invitations, programs, etc. about regional meetings and “Bimillennial...

Documents Related to Lehigh Valley Homeopathy

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Identifier: SC MS 0348
Overview 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.

The Lehigh Coal And Navigation Company records

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Identifier: SC MS 0120
Overview The Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company was a prominent coal mining and shipping company first established in 1820 with the merger of the Lehigh Coal Mining Company and the Lehigh Navigation Company, both of which operated in the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania beginning in 1818. The Company owned and operated an extensive system of coalmines in Pennsylvania’s Carbon and Schuylkill Counties, two canals, and several railroads and railways. The Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company is credited...

Lehigh University History by W. Ross Yates

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Identifier: SC MS 0076
Overview The material here includes two separate typescripts of his history of Lehigh University. The first one, tentatively titled The Story of the Lehigh University: An Intimate History, is very detailed, and includes an index of names mentioned. (Notes and corrections are from James Mack, who read it). The second typescript more closely resembles the published work, with a lot of the original material omitted. (The introduction is different). The book, published in 1992 by Lehigh University Press,...