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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...

C. Walter Johnson Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SC MS 0080

Records of the Dravo Endowment at Lehigh University

 Collection
Identifier: SC MS 0319-UA
Overview The Dravo brothers attended Lehigh University and throughout their professional careers made large donations to the school. This collection includes correspondence, business documents, and other records regarding the Dravo Family, Dravo Trust and Estates, Dravo Corporation and their relation with Lehigh University.

Joseph W. Richards collection

 Series
Identifier: SC MS 0097
Overview This collection contains material related to Joseph W. Richards, Lehigh professor and the college’s first PhD recipient, including certificates, awards, property titles, and photographs of the Richards family.

Publications on Metallurgy by Lehigh Faculty

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Identifier: SC MS 0327.UA
Overview Various publications by Lehigh University faculty on Metallurgy and related fields. The items include reprints, memorials, book chapters, etc.

Records on Robert B. Honeyman Gifts to Lehigh University Library

 Collection
Identifier: SC MS 0116
Overview Records on Robert B. Honeyman Gifts to Lehigh University Library (1924-1978) contain items relating to Honeyman’s collection of rare books and manuscripts and his gift of part of that collection to his alma mater Lehigh University. These records include correspondence, primarily with Lehigh librarians Howard Seavoy Leach and James D. Mack, inventory and appraisal lists, and receipts for purchases from international antiquarian book dealers.