Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SC MS 0126
Abstract This collection contains diplomas, certificates and other authoritative recognition documents issued by Lehigh University or given to the Lehigh community and its members. The collection grows through gifts and transfers as well as documents moved from the manuscript collections with a proper cross reference
Identifier: SC MS 0307
Abstract The collection is composed of an academic hood, diploma with brown and white cord and two black and white glossy photographs displayed in a commemorative exhibit in Lehigh University Linderman Library. They were a center feature of a conference titled “H.D. and Feminist Poetics” held at Lehigh September 2015. The exhibit curated by guest curator Jennifer Hyest.
Identifier: SC MS 0042
Abstract This collection includes certificates, diplomas, honorary memberships, and other accolades, mostly after his retirement. It also contains financial records of Drinker's college years.
Dates: 1869 - 1929
Identifier: SC MS 0063
Abstract 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.
Dates: 1872 - 1944
Identifier: SC MS 0248
Abstract The material in this collection consists of a scrapbook, photographs, award certificates, publications and memorabilia that were collected from the office of Robert D. Stout, Lehigh professor at Materials Science and Engineering and turned over to Special Collections.
Dates: 1939-2012; Majority of material found within 1939-1980
Identifier: SC MS 0014
Abstract Personal papers of William L. Estes, Jr., M.D. Includes diary of his experiences as Army surgeon in World War I, and papers relating to his subsequent medical career in Bethlehem, Pa., and his civic activities in that city.