Lehigh University -- Alumni and alumnae
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Small collection of Bernhard Fortmann (Class of 1934) student, reunion and professional documents and photos. Documents include Lehigh football programs, The Burr, and Lehigh Review (student publications)
Class and Reunion memorabilia, and civil engineering service photographs and a notebook (law study and research notes) of Carl Haydn Bechhoefer, Lehigh Class of 1910. Donated by grandnephew, Eric Young.
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
This collection contains materials relating to Lehigh alumnus and benefactor Charles L. Taylor and the construction of Taylor Gymnasium and Taylor Hall, along with articles regarding his personal life and his relations with Andrew Carnegie.
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 small collection belonged to Joseph Fauzio, Lehigh Class of 1957, documenting his time at Lehigh University. The collection includes Phi Sigma Kappa house party photographs and some personal memorabilia.
This collection is the original university archives that contains mostly publications of the offices, students, and alumni. The collection is shelved in the Bayer Galleria, Linderman Library, Room 342. The collection was based on a card catalog system. The Epitome, The Brown and White, Alumni Bulletin, Course Catalogs, Faculty Minutes, Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes, etc. were all originally cataloged in this system.
The material here includes memorabilia donated to Lehigh by Rathbone's family in 1997 and consists of a carton of ceremonial hoods given to him when he received honorary degrees from various colleges and universities, framed certificates, memorabilia and other awards given to him.
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.