Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Collection of official documents such as freshman orientation schedule, degree transcript and form letter invitations to honors societies for Charles H. Hoffman from his undergraduate years at Lehigh studying electrical engineering, 1934-38, and graduate years at MIT, 1939-40.
C.U.R.E., University Goals Committee Joint Commission on University Life: Lehigh and the Problem of Coeducation, 1968-1970
Materials relating to "Coeducation at Lehigh", including student protest and university reform, particularly the decision to adopt coeducation. Also includes papers of the Committee of Undergraduates for Responsible Education (CURE), the University Goals Committee, and the Joint Commission on University Life.
A collection of turn of the late 19th century photographs from Lehigh alumnus Harry J. Atticks, Class of 1893. Most of photographs are depict Lehigh University buildings and grounds.
This collection documents Helen M. Search’s involvement with student drama activities at Lehigh University and Moravian College. Most of the collection is activity documents of the Mustard and Cheese Drama Club at Lehigh University. and similar theatrical endeavors within the school.
The collection contains some Lehigh University class notes and syllabi, and a notebook of material as Class Correspondent for the Class of 1926. The rest of the material concerns his career in the U.S. Public Health Service. Papers he wrote, notebooks of material regarding promotions and assignments, and his retirement files, and scrapbooks are included.
A notebook that contains notes that were taken by John Wesley Grace (Lehigh University Class of 1899) during the Professor William Henry Chandler’s Chemistry lectures, in 1895.
Material relating to the publication of 50-year book, Lehigh 1891 (Bethlehem, Pa. Times Publishing Co., 1937) for the Lehigh University class of 1891. Includes correspondence with class members, and financial records of publication, as well as some personal papers of the editor, Harry T. Morris. Primarily from 1920 on, but some material dates from 1895.
Lester Bernstein graduated from Lehigh University in 1904 with a degree in Civil Engineering. Bernstein, the Civil Engineering Society Treasurer and President, was awarded the Civil Engineering Society Prize in 1902-03. The collection consists of a Physical Laboratory Notebook from his second semester freshman year (Feb. 1901 – Jun. 1901). This notebook includes experiments on the study of thermal expansion, use of a barometer and the study of the principles of movement.
Registry index; contains students' names by last name; the numbers following the name likely refers to the registrar book they are found in.