Found in 58 Collections and/or Records:
The material included here consists of five handwritten, bound notebooks, with notes, drawings, computations, etc. on scientific matters. One is partly in German. These notebooks apparently date from his period of study in Germany.
Ernest Nevin Dilworth was a professor of English at Lehigh from 1949 to 1977. Collection contains manuscript drafts of his published work and reference/citation cards, notes, and correspondence with publishers and colleagues.
Frederick Burritt Peck, a geologist, created a notebook detailing information regarding the Vanport Limestone in Lawrence County in Pennsylvania. His preliminary report is divided into different topics about the limestone from its availability to its general description. The destination of the report is unknown.
Farmersville Church (currently known as St. John’s Farmersville Church, Easton, Pennsylvania) record book that contains information in several handwritings on weddings, baptisms, funerals for the year of 1877.
George and Helen Papashvily Archives consists of manuscripts, correspondence with publishers and agents, and clippings of articles Helen Papashvily wrote. Also included are photographs of George's sculptures, exhibition catalogs and programs, and correspondence concerning his ventures. The third section of the material includes cartons of letters from readers, fans, and friends; a box of slides and other ephemera, including the two hoods from their honorary degrees.
Henry K. Wetherhold served in the 364th Bombardment Squadron, 305th Bombardment Group, 8th Air Force, from 1943-1945 as a pilot. He flew 30 missions in a B-17, all of which are described and documented in this album, including photos and newspaper clippings. Documentation of his army service, awards, etc. is included. There are also sketches, photos, notes, etc. of reunions with his group, and photos of his family, up to 1994.
Includes plans, budgets, menus, lists, printed invitations and cards; also plans for presenting the new University Mace; texts of speeches given by honorary degree recipients Lord Shawcross, Jerome B. Wiesner and Nathan Marsh Pusey; folder prepared for "The Press" by Sam Connor; and many framed citations from learned societies and other colleges and universities.