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Albert Ladd Colby Report on the Boston Molasses Tank

 Collection
Identifier: SC MS 0098
Scope and Contents Total 10 volumes collection contains typescript reports of the test results, blue prints of the molasses tank and photographs of steel pieces from the tank that are tested. First 4 volumes of the collection, lacking the volumes fifth and sixth*, contain Albert Ladd Colby’s final general report to the defense team, Larkin & Perry Attorneys at Law. Additional 5 volumes are A. L. Colby’s private and confidential reports to Larkin & Perry and a summary of his testimony in the court. These...

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.

Archives of Chemical Society of Lehigh University

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Identifier: SC MS 0074
Overview The Chemical Society was formed in 1871, encouraged by Prof. Chandler, and according to the notes, was still active in the 1950s. The material here includes 6 manuscript notebooks from the early days of the society.

Correspondence on Wiswesser Line Notation Compiled by William B. Thompson

 Collection
Identifier: SC MS 0374
Overview Collection of letters, papers and paper proposals by chemistry and computer programming professionals from different countries on using Wiswesser Line Notation in chemical and pharmaceutical industries, 1965-1972.

Herbert C. Brown Correspondence and Other Documents, 1973-1984

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Identifier: SC MS 0161
Overview This collection of correspondence and research papers deals with the research conducted by Dr. Herbert C. Brown and colleagues on the arcane argument on the “Norbornyl” question in chemistry. Among the chemistry colleagues is Professor John W. Larsen of Lehigh University. Dr. Brown was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1979 for his research on boron.