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Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SC MS 0138
Overview The collection includes papers from his undergraduate work at Lehigh as well as his graduate and professional work at Yale and Lehigh. The collection also includes photographs and memorabilia from his life as well as papers regarding his two year leave of absence to the Dominican Republic and his work involving the Richards Harding Davis Collection at Lehigh's Linderman Library.
Identifier: SC MS 0211
Overview This is an interesting collection of correspondence expounding the British political and economic attitudes toward its African colonies in the early 1930s through the opinions expressed by H. H. Beamish to his various correspondents. The Sinclair family was quite prominent in Tanganyika at the time and wanted a close alliance with Kenya in promoting the coffee trade and in dealing with the “native question in East Africa.” Both Tanganyika and Kenya as British colonies shared the coffee...
Identifier: SC MS 0091
Overview The material here includes the details of the beginning, constitution, incorporation, IRS material; much correspondence through the years regarding meetings, finances, and performers; secretary’s and treasurer’s reports; mailing lists (computer printouts); publicity material; and programs, posters, contracts and grant proposals. The material was donated in 1999 and 2001 by the Bethlehem Chamber Music Society.
Identifier: SC MS 0175
Overview This collection contains the technical and professional documents of consulting engineer Blair Birdsall. Most of the collection are documents pertaining to the multitude of bridges he worked on, including the Golden Gate, Chesapeake Bay, and Brooklyn Bridges, as a consulting engineer or as a design engineer. The collection spans from 1900 to 2002 covering his entire career and also early Steinman Boynton Gronquist & Birdsall and John A. Roebling Sons Engineering companies.
Identifier: SC MS 0113
Overview A collection of student tributes written on the occasion of Lehigh Geology professor Dr. Bradford Willard’s retirement at the end of the Spring Semester 1959. Dr. Willard’s wit and the esteem his peers held for him are humorously recalled in letters from some correspondents who could not attend the honorary dinner.
Identifier: SC MS 0034
Identifier: SC MS 0162
Overview The Cooperative Lecture Series was organized by a consortium of faculty and student organizations on Campus to answer the need for stimulation of the intellectual life of the University. The occasion to bring to Lehigh a speaker whose subject would be appropriate to the interest of sponsoring groups would be supported by wider publicity, increased attendance and greater financial resources. To aid this effort for cooperation, the deans and department heads, officers of student and faculty...
Identifier: SC MS 0114
Overview Articles, correspondence and biographical information on Henry S. Drinker and his presidency at Lehigh University. Collection is assembled by Prof. Edward J. Gallagher, Department of English at Lehigh University while he was teaching a course that required using primary sources at Special Collections. Prof. Gallagher based his research on the original letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Cecilia Beaux.
Identifier: SC MS 0063
Overview Henry S. Jacoby Papers contains diplomas and certificates he received, drawings and illustrations for some of his books, scrapbooks about Lehigh (1872-1877), typescripts of some of his publications, and correspondence to and from the American Railway Engineering Association. The correspondence is of special to any engineer interested in the work involved in formulating a textbook or the forensics of old bridges.
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.