Found in 71 Collections and/or Records:
Lehigh Class of 1889 50 Year Book
Material includes correspondence between class members (and families of deceased members) with Historian John J. Lincoln (a member of the class) for material to be included in a 50 Year Book, titled, Record of the Class of 1889, Lehigh, (n.p.: published by the class, 1935). It also includes some updated material to 1945.
Lehigh University Music Festival 1949
Lehigh University Mustard & Cheese Drama Society Collection, 1946-1972
Lehigh Valley Railroad Documents
Reflected in this collection is the bureaucracy of the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company from a train conductor’s view. The collection contains bulletins, supplements to bulletins, correspondence about operation of trains, train fares, schedules of train stations, time tables, conductor’s documentation of passengers’ destinations, tickets issued and material especially about the Black Diamond Express – the LVRR’s most famous train.
LEPOCO (Lehigh-Pocono Committee of Concern) Archives
Letters to Sheldon Zalkind
This collection contains letter from 1943 from family and Lehigh friends to Sheldon Zalkind during his time in the military. It’s composed of 43 items, including correspondences, postcards, and a photograph.
Papers of Carl F. Strauch Professor of English, Lehigh University
This collection includes articles, manuscripts, and correspondence relating to his publications as well as syllabi, lecture notes and student papers from his teaching at Lehigh. Extensive material from his work on the following authors: Carlyle, Arnold, Hawthorne, Poe, James, Melville, Whitman, and Emerson. Material on other 19th century authors and on the Romantic period is also included.
Philip I. and Muriel M. Berman Papers Collection II
Photo Album of Bridges by G. W. Philips
Photograph Album of the De Beers Consolidated Mines Ltd. Kimberley, South Africa 1899-1905
This collection of photographs records the careers of two Lehigh alumni in mining engineering and illustrate the diamond mining procedures in South Africa of the world’s most famous mining conglomerate – De Beers, from 1899 to 1905.