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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Smith, Edgar Fahs, 1854-1928
Title:
Edgar Fahs Smith papers
Date:
circa 1870-1940
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 112
Extent:
110 boxes
Language:
English
Abstract:
The papers comprise Smith's personal and business correspondence, including exchanges with the United States Army Chemical Warfare Service regarding the use of chemical weapons in World War I; notebooks of his chemical research; bound lectures from his teaching; biographical material; personal photographs; pamphlets written by Smith; memorabilia that includes awards and certificates; and clippings. The bulk of the correspondence with Smith runs from 1877 until his death in 1928; correspondence dated after 1928 is addressed to his widow, Margie A. Smith.
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Edgar Fahs Smith Papers, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Preserving the history of chemistry was one of the many passions in Edgar Fahs Smith's multifaceted career. Educator, administrator, and scientist are just a few of the titles that Smith claimed throughout his life. Politics, writing, philosophy, and religion also occupied much of his career. According to George H. Meeker's biography, Smith's "current of life events flowed quietly, smoothly, deeply; with no excesses of conduct, joys, sorrows, successes, failures--a model of good human life-stream." 1 Seemingly Smith's life did flow smoothly: he was raised in the Moravian faith -- a strong force throughout his life, by what all accounts appeared to be loving and watchful parents. He later married a woman who was a devoted companion. All of his successes appeared to emerge effortlessly throughout his long and distinguished career. The papers of Edgar Fahs Smith reveal a man who was intelligent, generous, and ethical.

Born 23 May 1854, Edgar Fahs Smith was the eldest child of Gibson Smith and Elizabeth Fahs (Smith). Younger brother Allen John Smith was born nine years later in 1863. Smith was raised in York, Pennsylvania, where his father Gibson Smith was a grain, wood, and coal merchant. Smith attended private grammar school prior to entering York County Academy, a college preparatory school, in 1867. He completed his education at the Academy in 1872, where he acquired a keen interest in classics and humanities.

During Smith's years at the Academy, he gained the reputation for being an extraordinary pupil. While at the Academy, Smith was permitted to teach Latin to younger students because of his proficiency in the subject.2 At the age of seventeen he founded and wrote a publication entitled Our Effort (see Box 62). July 1871 was the first printing of the publication. The front page states:  "Our Effort is printed every month at the low rate of 50 cents a year, in advance" . This ambitious but modest publication included sections entitled:  "Science" , including items on natural science;  "Biography," with brief essays on famous men of history and literature;  "Our Knotty Corner," which was a section of puzzles and riddles; and  "Miscellaneous" , which included poetry and short essays. The purpose of the publication as Smith expounds in the first issue was to  "aid as much as possible in the forwarding of science, the love of which has incited us to such an important undertaking" . So it seems that Smith, from his earliest days at the Academy, was devoted to the history of science. Smith was planning to enter Yale University upon the completion of his studies at York Academy, but a chance trip took him to Gettysburg with a classmate, who was applying to Pennsylvania College (now known as Gettysburg College). Smith was examined by the college and told that because of his advanced knowledge and education he could enter the institution as a junior. Smith found this to be a excellent opportunity and began his college education at Pennsylvania College in the fall of 1872. He majored in chemistry and mineralogy under the tutelage of Dr. Samuel Philip Sadtler. Smith received his Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania College in 1874. Dr. Sadtler, who befriended Smith, encouraged him to further his knowledge of chemistry by entering the University of Göttingen in Hanover, Germany.3 Through the encouragement of Dr. Sadtler, Smith's parents consented to the trip abroad for further study.

In Germany at the University of Göttingen, Smith studied under Friedrich Wöhler (1800-1882). Wöhler, a famous chemist, proved that organic compounds could be synthesized from inorganic materials, thus laying the foundation for modern or ganic chemistry.4 In addition, Wöhler isolated aluminum in 1827 and beryllium and yttrium in 1828. Smith received his doctorate from the University of Göttingen in 1876 and returned home to marry Margie Alice Gruel.

Smith met Margie Gruel during his last year of study at Pennsylvania College. Since he was going to study in Germany, they decided to delay their nuptials until his return to the United States. In 1876, the year he returned home from Germany, Smith and Gruel were married. They appeared, from correspondence between the two, to be a loving, supportive, and happy pair. Margie and Edgar seemed to have a mutual respect and understanding for one another. The couple had no children and were married fifty -two years.

The same year that Smith received his doctorate and married Margie, he was appointed instructor of chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania. He achieved status of professor at the University in 1888. This was the beginning of an extensive and dist inguished career with the University of Pennsylvania. Smith taught chemistry at Penn for forty-four years, served as vice-provost from 1898 to 1911, and provost from 1911 to 1920. Letters from students indicate that Smith was not only a knowledgeable in structor but also helped and followed them in later professional endeavors.

Smith was elected Vice-Provost in 1898, under the administration of Provost (1894-1910) Charles Custis Harrison (1844-1929) and witnessed one of the largest building expansions at the University of Pennsylvania. Some of the buildings worthy of note erected under the Provostship of Harrison still stand at the University today. Houston Hall opened in 1896 to enhance the student's life outside the classroom setting and is still considered the student union. Smith worked in electroanalysis at the Harris on Laboratory of Chemistry built from a endowment as a memorial to Harrison's father. Other buildings erected during Harrison's tenure include the Gymnasium, Franklin Field, Dormitory housing, the Dental Hall, and the Law School.

During the summer months while he was Vice-Provost, Smith performed the duties of Provost and Vice-Provost through daily correspondence with and the constant advice of Harrison, who retreated to New England. Harrison and Smith worked well together, and after Harrison's retirement Smith was unanimously voted by the board to take the post as Provost at the University of Pennsylvania.

The ten-year administration of Provost Smith, although not as monumental as Harrison's administration, was certainly successful. He was devoted and loyal to the University, made sure the students had what they needed, and was accessible to respond to what may appear to us today as trivial matters. Having close political friends in the State Legislature allowed him to receive favorable hearings and obtain votes to support the University in the completion of certain projects. The politics and financial wizardry required of the Provostship were worrisome to Smith, and he longed to return to his research in the history of chemistry. He became ill in 1919, the cause of which was diagnosed by his doctor as overwork. Under strong protestations from the University, Smith resigned as Provost in June 1920.

Although Smith retired as Provost from the University of Pennsylvania, he still maintained an office and laboratory. Smith's work in chemistry was his passion. He collected manuscripts, documents, photographs, and books to preserve the history of chemistry. He also translated chemistry books from German for publication. Smith wrote numerous biographies and articles of famous chemists, including a biography of James Woodhouse (1770-1809), who was elected chair of chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania in 1795, and a pamphlet on Joseph Priestley (1733-1804), whose "chemical experiments led to the production of 'dephlogisticated' air, a discovery which Lavoisier named oxygen and made the base of experiments which were the foundation of modern chemistry" .5

Smith's own experimentation in chemistry focused on the process of electrochemistry and research on rare earth elements. Smith was a pioneer in the field of electrochemistry, discovering the applications and usefulness of electric current for separating metals and minerals from one another. Smith published a noted book on the subject entitled Electro-Analysis. His research with metals centered on tungsten (also known at the time as wolfram). Some industrial uses of this hard, brittle, heavy, gray metal include the electric lamp industry, dentistry, targets of x-ray tubes, phonograph needles, pen points, and shielding radioactive materials and missile surfaces.6 This is just a sampling of Smith's prolific contributions to chemistry.

Aside from his career at the University of Pennsylvania and his work in chemistry, Smith was actively involved in many prestigious organizations and political events. From 1903 to 1908, Smith served as President of the American Philosophical Society; he was President of the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia from 1911 to 1922; trustee of Carnegie Foundation from 1914 to 1920; served as President of the American Chemical Society in 1898, 1921, and 1922; and received the 33d Degree in the Freemasons of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite in 1895. Smith served and was named honorary member to a variety of other organizations. Some of Smith's involvement in the political arena included being a member of the United States Assay Commission in 1895 and from 1901 to 1905; member of Electoral College for Pennsylvania in 1917 and 1925, the year in which he served as President of the Electoral College; member of State Council of Education 1920 to 1922; and Chairman to the International Committee on Poison Gases a nd High Explosives. In addition, he was appointed by President Harding to the Board of Technical Advisors for the Disarmament conference in 1921.

On June 12, 1926, two years before Edgar Fahs Smith's death, a statue was erected in his honor at the University of Pennsylvania near the Harrison Chemical Laboratory. Smith became ill in 1926 and his condition worsened until he was hospitalized in 1928; he died at University Hospital on May 2, 1928. Smith worked with vigor and enthusiasm in every aspect of his life from his long and distinguished career at the University of Pennsylvania to his research and experiments in chemistry.

Endnotes

1. George H. Meeker, Biographical Memoir of Edgar Fahs Smith, 1854-1928 (Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences, 1936), p. 107

2. Meeker,  Biographical Memoir, p. 106

3. The information contained in this paragraph was obtained from Meeker's  Biographical Memoir

4.  Columbia Encyclopedia, 1935, s.v.  "Wöhler, Friedrich"

5.  Columbia Encyclopedia, 1935, s.v.  "Priestley, Joseph"

6.  The Condensed Chemical Dictionary, 6th ed. (New York: Reinhold Publishing Corporation, 1961), s.v.  "tungsten"

Scope and Contents

The Edgar Fahs Smith Papers at the University of Pennsylvania is part of a larger collection bequeathed to the University. The Papers comprise Smith's personal and business correspondence; notebooks of his chemical research; bound lectures from his teaching; biographical material; personal photographs; pamphlets written by Smith; memorabilia that includes awards and certificates; and clippings. The larger Collection, which also is housed in Special Collections, includes Smith's vast library on the history of chemistry; miscellaneous manuscripts from several famous chemists acquired by Smith; and photographs of chemists. The material contained in Smith's papers date from 1870 through 1940. The bulk of correspondence with Edgar Fahs Smith runs from 1877 until Smith's death in 1928. Correspondence dated after 1928 is addressed to Margie A. Smith.

The Papers appear to have few significant gaps. Smith's correspondence with faculty and staff at the University of Pennsylvania can be complemented by researching appropriate correspondents at the University Archives and Records Center. For instance, Smith has a large amount of correspondence with Charles C. Harrison, whose papers are held at the University Archives. Since Smith was involved in so many organizations, to gain a complete picture of Smith's interactions with these organizations it may be recommended to review the papers of the American Philosophical Society and the American Chemical Society, et al.

Because of the extent of correspondence between Edgar Fahs Smith and Charles Custis Harrison a separate series was created. The correspondence among Smith, Harrison, and Harrison's family is housed in boxes 29-31. In addition, correspondence with Smith's wife Margie has been housed separately in boxes 32-33, since most of this correspondence falls after Smith's death.

Some of Smith's correspondence represents inquires for his research of chemists. Throughout the correspondence Smith writes to universities and descendants of the famous chemists to gain information. Joseph Priestley is one such example.

The principal works used to research the Edgar Fahs Smith Papers include: George H. Meeker's, Biographical Memoir of Edgar Fahs Smith, 1854-1928 (1935); Edward Potts Cheyney's  History of the University of Pennsylvania 1740-1940 (1940);  The Columbia Encyclopedia (1935); and  The Condensed Chemical Dictionary, Sixth Edition (1961). More complete information on Smith was verified and obtained through the papers themselves.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  1997

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Donna Brandolisio

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Source of Acquisition

Bequest of Mrs. Margie A. Smith, 1931.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence
  • Writings (document genre)
Subject(s)
  • Chemical warfare
  • Electrochemistry--Research

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Collection Inventory

I.  Correspondence. 34 boxes.

Series Description

There are approximately 2,400 letters addressed to and dispatched by Smith. The correspondence series is arranged in four sections. The first section is arranged alphabetically by correspondent, the second section is correspondence between Charles Custis Harrison or members of his family and Edgar Fahs Smith; the third section is the correspondence addressed to Margie A. Smith, and the fourth section of correspondence is miscellaneous correspondence. The last section is arranged alphabetically and contains letters requesting catalogs from the University of Pennsylvania.

The majority of correspondence in the Smith Papers is related to various aspects of his work. The Harrison section of the correspondence is significant in order to gain insight into the workings of the University of Pennsylvania at the time, and Smith's personal relationship with Harrison. One important event at the university highlighted in the second section of correspondence concerns the scandal surrounding Babylonian scholar Hermann Vollrat Hilprecht (1895-1925) and the cause of his resignation from the University Museum. The Harrison section of the correspondence also contains a significant number of letters from Harrison's wife Ellen Nixon Harrison (1846-1922) some relating to the University Museum.

Other correspondents of note include, United States Army Chemical Warfare Service, which contains a significant amount of information concerning the employment of chemical weapons during WWI; Charles Albert Browne, a personal friend and colleague; Howard Horace Furness, American Philosophical Society; Charles H. Herty; and the American Chemical Society. There are also letters from other universities, institutions, and numerous politicians, including Presidents Warren G. Harding, Woodrow Wilson, William H. Taft, and Theodore Roosevelt. Correspondence concerning important events such as the visit from Madame Curie in 1921, and the controversy in the dye industry can also be found in the papers. In addition, many letters concerning the history of chemistry, chemical experiments, and chemical discoveries, such as the discovery of illinium, are included in Smith's papers.

The container list provides names of the significant correspondents. The decision was made not to list every correspondent due to the vast number of letters, many of which are simple requests for catalogs or requests for references from students and companies.

A.  General correspondence.

A.

Box Folder
Abbot, A. C., 1909-1918. 4 items (4 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Carnegie Institute

1 2

Adolph, William [Shantung Christian University, Tsinan, China], 1921-1922. 4 items (6 leaves).

1 9

Aikens, Charles T. [President, Susquehanna University], 1913. 2 items (2 leaves).

1 11

Alderson, Victor Clifton, 1910. 1 item (2 leaves).

1 13

Allegheny College (Meadville, Pa.), 1910-1918. 4 items (4 leaves).

1 22

Allen, Otis, 1887-1888, undated. 4 items (4 leaves).

1 28

Allyn and Bacon, 1909. 3 items (3 leaves).

1 30
Alsberg, Carl L., 1877-1940 (Bulk, 1916-1921) . 3 items (4 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: United States. Dept. of Agriculture

1 32

American Association for International Conciliation. 9 items (10 leaves).

1 38

American Association for the Advancement of Science, Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C., 1884-1920. 7 items (9 leaves).

1 39
American Chemical Society. 16 items (19 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Parsons, Charles Lathrop

1 41

American Electrochemical Society, 1908-1919. 20 items (29 leaves).

1 43

American Institute of Architects [Sellers, Horace Willis, Secretary], 1911. 3 items (5 leaves).

1 44

American Institute of Mining Engineering, 1893. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 45

American Medical Association, 1911. 2 items (3 leaves).

1 46
American Philosophical Society, 1887-1926. 18 items (18 leaves, 6 pamphlets).
Cross reference

see also: Keen, William W. and Furness, Howard Horace

1 47

American Society for the Judicial Settlement of International Disputes [Marburg, Theodore, Secretary], 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

1 49

American Veterinary Medical Association, 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

1 51

Ames, Herman Vandenburg [Dean, Graduate School, University of Pennsylvania], 1865-1935 (Bulk, 1908-1910) . 39 items (44 leaves).

1 52

The Argentine Commission, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

1 59

Armstrong, Eva V. [Secretary to Edgar Fahs Smith], 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

1 60
Ashbrook, William S., 1907-1912. 4 items (4 leaves).
Description

re: reunion

1 67

Atkinson, Elizabeth A., 1899-1920. 4 items (4 leaves).

1 77

Ba-Be.

Box Folder
Bache, Franklin, 1920-1925. 5 items (5 leaves).
Description

re: research

2 87

Baker, W. Harry [Senator, Pennsylvania], 1921-1925. 4 items (4 leaves).

2 103
Baldy, J. M. (John Montgomery), 1921. 3 items (4 leaves).
Description

research inquiry

2 109

Bancroft, John [Textile Manufacturer], 1922. 1 item (2 leaves).

2 114

Bancroft, Wilder D. [Chemist?], 1903-1926. 22 items (29 leaves).

2 115

Barker, George Frederick [Chemist], 1894-1908. 3 items (3 leaves).

2 119

Barnes, Horace R. [Bursar, University of Pennsylvania], 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 123

Barr, William M., 1909-1914. 9 items (9 leaves).

2 125

Bartlett, Edwin J., 1924. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 126

Bartow, Edward [State University of Iowa], 1923-1924. 2 items (2 leaves).

2 129

Baskerville, Charles [Chemist and Professor, College of the City of New York], 1899-1921. 31 items (36 leaves).

2 131

Bassett, Annie R. Waln, 1908-1910. 5 items (9 leaves).

2 132

Bates, William N. [Ancient Languages, University of Pennsylvania], 1908-1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

2 135

Baum, Charles, 1909. 6 items (6 leaves).

2 140

Baxter, Gregory Paul [Chemist, Harvard University], 1920-1922. 7 items (8 leaves).

2 142

Bazzoni, Charles B. [Chemist]. 2 items (2 leaves).

2 143

Becht, George [Department of Public Instruction, Harrisburg, PA], 1920, undated. 5 items (6 leaves).

2 151

Beck, James M., 1925. 1 item (3 leaves).

2 152

Beeber, Dimner [Union League, Philadelphia; lawyer], 1908-1911. 3 items (4 leaves).

2 155

Bell, John C. [Lawyer, Bell Kendrick Trinkle and Deeter], 1909-1926. 10 items (15 leaves).

2 161

Bellvue Council, No. 692, Order of Independent Americans, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

2 167

Benjamin, Marcus [United States National Museum], 1918-1927. 8 items (11 leaves).

2 170

Berea College [Morton, D. Walter, Secretary], 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

2 177

Bernstorff, Johann Heinrich, Graf von [German Embassy], 1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

2 182

Bi-Brown.

Box Folder

Biklé, Henry Wolf, 1912-1920. 4 items (4 leaves).

3 190

Bikle, Philip M. [Dean, Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, PA], 1899. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 191

Billings, Eric M. [Secretary, American Chemical Society], 1921-1922. 6 items (8 leaves).

3 192

Blitz, Heinrich Johann, 1905. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 193

Birdseye, Clarence F., 1904. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 201

Blum, William [United States Bureau of Standards], 1909-1921. 9 items (12 leaves).

3 219

Bogert, Marsten Taylor [National Research Council, Chair; Columbia University, New York, NY], 1902-1940, undated. 9 items (10 leaves).

3 225

Boggs, Gilbert H. [Lyman Hall Laboratory of Chemistry, Georgia School of Technology], 1909-1910, undated. 11 items (13 leaves).

3 226

Bolard, John A. [Masonic Temple, Manager, Philadelphia, PA], 1904-1920. 3 items (3 leaves).

3 228

Bond, Elizabeth Powell [Dean, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA], 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

3 230

Bortle, Rollin C. [National City Co., New York, NY], 1909-1920. 7 items (7 leaves).

3 240
Botanical Society of Pennsylvania, 1912-1922. 6 items (6 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Harshberger, John W.

3 243

Böttger, Wilhelm [Chemist], 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 244

Bower, William H. [President, Henry Bower Manufacturing Company], 1909-1910. 2 items (3 leaves).

3 247

Brasch, Frederick E. [John Crear Library, Chicago, IL], 1919-1920. 6 items (10 leaves).

3 254

Breckenridge, Hugh H. [Artist, Painted portrait of Edgar Fahs Smith], 1911-1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 255

Brewer, Luther Albertus [Proprietor & Publisher, Republican Evening Times], 1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 259

Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences [Hooper, Franklin W., Director], 1905-1922. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 270

Brown, Elmer Ellsworth [Chancellor, New York University, New York, NY], 1913-1927. 7 items (7 leaves).

3 274

Brown University, 1914-1919. 2 items (2 leaves).

3 281

Browne-By.

Box Folder

Browne, Charles Albert [New York Sugar Trade Laboratory, Inc., NY, NY - Chief, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1891-1921. 30 items (46 leaves).

4 283

Browne, Charles Albert [New York Sugar Trade Laboratory, Inc., NY, NY - Chief, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1921. 20 items (29 leaves).

4 284

Browne, Charles Albert [New York Sugar Trade Laboratory, Inc., NY, NY - Chief, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1922. 41 items (60 leaves).

4 285

Browne, Charles Albert [New York Sugar Trade Laboratory, Inc., NY, NY - Chief, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1923. 41 items (60 leaves).

4 286

Browne, Charles Albert [New York Sugar Trade Laboratory, Inc., NY, NY - Chief, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1924. 19 items (27 leaves).

4 287

Browne, Charles Albert [New York Sugar Trade Laboratory, Inc., NY, NY - Chief, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1925. 22 items (36 leaves).

4 288

Browne, Charles Albert [New York Sugar Trade Laboratory, Inc., NY, NY - Chief, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1926. 27 items (40 leaves).

4 289

Browne, Charles Albert [New York Sugar Trade Laboratory, Inc., NY, NY - Chief, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1927. 17 items (36 leaves).

4 290

Browne, Charles Albert [New York Sugar Trade Laboratory, Inc., NY, NY - Chief, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1928-1939, undated. 13 items (17 leaves).

4 291

Browning, Philip Embury [Chemist, Kent Chemical Lab, New Haven, CT], 1909-1923, undated. 9 items (11 leaves).

4 292

Brownlee, E. G. Jr. [Lamp Development Laboratory, Cleveland, OH], 1909-1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

4 293

Brumbaugh, Martin Grove [Superintendent, Philadelphia Board of Education, Philadelphia, PA], 1906-1916, undated. 6 items (6 leaves).

4 296

Brunck, Otto [Chemist], 1904. 1 item (3 leaves).

4 300

Bryan, Henry B. [Panama Mission, Archdeacon of Panama], 1909-1917. 4 items (4 leaves).

4 302

Bryce, James Bryce, Viscount [British Embassy, Washington, D.C., see also: Rustomjee, Rustom], 1911. 5 items (5 leaves).

4 305

Buchanan, James Isaac [President, Pittsburgh Trust Company - Mason], 1909-1920. 3 items (4 leaves).

4 306

Büdorff, 1892-1894. 8 items (10 leaves).

4 309
Building and Construction Trades Council of Philadelphia and Vicinity, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).
Description

re: University of Pennsylvania dormitories

4 310

Burk, Jesse Y. [Secretary, University of Pennsylvania], 1888-1903. 12 items (13 leaves).

4 313

Butler University, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

4 332

Butler, Nicholas Murray [President, Columbia University, New York, NY], 1911-1921. 5 items (6 leaves).

4 334

Butler, Thomas S. [House of Representatives, United States, Committee on Naval Affairs], 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

4 335

Ca-Ch.

Box Folder

Cadwalader, John [Lawyer], 1879-1921, undated. 10 item (13 leaves).

5 338

Caldwell, G. C. [Chemist], 1877. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 340

Cameron, Frank V. [American Chemical Society], 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

5 346

Campbell, E. D. [American Chemical Society, Committee re: Priestley Medal], 1921. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 347

Carleton College (Northfield, Minn.) [Cowling, D. J., President], 1921. 1 item (2 leaves).

5 356

Carlitz, Joseph [Chemist], 1909-1913. 3 items (3 leaves).

5 357

Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching [Prichett, Henry S., President], 1920. 4 items (4 leaves).

5 358

Carnegie Institute of Technology [James, J. H., Professor of Chemistry], 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

5 359

Carnegie Institution of Washington [Sosman, Robert B., Acting Director], 1902-1921. 5 items (10 leaves).

5 360

Carpenter, William H. [Dean, Columbia University, NY, NY], 1911-1922. 10 items (10 leaves).

5 364

Carson, Hampton L., 1908. 5 items (5 leaves).

5 369

Case School of Applied Science [Howe, Charles S., President], 1909-1912. 4 items (4 leaves).

5 371

Leopold Cassella & Co. [Cassella Color Company, American Branch], 1909. 4 items (4 leaves).

5 372

The Catalyst, Bulletin of the American Chemical Society [Davis, Sydney, Editor - in - Chief], 1919. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 376

Central High School (Philadelphia, Pa.), 1909-1910. 3 items (4 leaves).

5 381

Chambliss, Hardee [Martin Maloney Chemical Laboratory, The Catholic University of America], 1909-1926. 3 items (4 leaves).

5 385

Chandler, Charles Frederick [Radium Institute of America], 1893-1921. 21 items (23 leaves).

5 388

Chapin, William H. [Chemist], 1909. 3 items.

5 392

Chapman, Henry C., 1909, undated. 3 items (3 leaves).

5 393

Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

5 395

Chas. C. Harrison, Jr. and Company, 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 398

Chemical Abstracts, 1922. 2 items (2 leaves).

5 402

Chemical Laboratories (Geneva, Switzerland) [Guye, Philip A.], 1919. 2 items (2 leaves).

5 403

Chemical News (London, England) [Gardiner, James H., Editor], 1923. 2 items (2 leaves).

5 404

Chemists' Club (New York, N.Y.), 1911-1928. 13 items (13 leaves).

5 405

Cheney, E. P. [History Department, University of Pennsylvania], 1908-1910. 4 items (5 leaves).

5 406

Cherington, Paul Terry [Harvard University], 1908-1916. 2 items (2 leaves).

5 407

Chestnut, V. K. [United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1922. 2 items (2 leaves).

5 408

Chicago Normal School, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

5 410

Child, Clarence Griffin [English Language, University of Pennsylvania], 1908-1909. 5 items (5 leaves).

5 411

Chinese Students' Alliance in the United States of America, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

5 417

Chittenden, Russell Henry, 1905. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 418

Christian Association (University of Pennsylvania), 1909. 6 items (6 leaves).

5 420

Christ's College (University of Cambridge) [Master, A. E. Shipley], 1914-1918. 4 items (10 leaves).

5 423

Chung-Kuo hsien ho i k'o ta hs'ueh [Peking Union Medical College], 1922. 1 item (1 leaf).

5 424

Church, Arthur L., 1912-1920. 3 items (4 leaves).

5 425

Ci-Cu.

Box Folder

Clark, Arthur Wayne [Johnson & Johnson Manufacturing Chemists], 1899-1910. 6 items (6 leaves).

6 429
Clark, John G., 1921. 1 item (1 leaf).
Description

re: Madame Curie visit

6 431

Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth [Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey], 1895-1921. 6 items (6 leaves).

6 434

Classen, Alexander? [Chemist], 1878-1904. 2 items (4 leaves).

6 436

Classical Association of the Atlantic States, 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 437

Clay, Albert Tobias [Yale University], 1906-1912. 6 items (6 leaves).

6 438

Clothier, Morris L. [Strawbridge and Clothier], 1909-1920. 6 items (6 leaves).

6 444

Cochran, M. J., 1912, undated. 2 items (2 leaves).

6 447

Coe College, 1908. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 449

Cohen, Ernst [Chemist, University of Utrecht, Holland], 1923-1945. 25 items (25 leaves).

6 453

Columbia University [Butler, Nicholas Murray, President], 1909-1922. 18 items (23 leaves).

6 461

Combs Broad St. Conservatory of Music [Keeler, J. H., Secretary], 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

6 464

Commercial-Research Company [Heyl, Paul R.], 1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

6 466
Committee of the Presbyterian Church in the City of Baltimore, First Presbyterian Church, 1907. 4 items (4 leaves).
Description

re: Allison, Patrick, Rev.

6 467

Conklin, Edwin Grant [Department of Biology, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ], 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 470

Consulat de France à Philadelphia, 1923. 2 items (2 leaves).

6 473

Conwell, Russell Herman [President, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA], 1920-1922. 4 items (4 leaves).

6 476

Cornell University, 1908-1921. 15 items.

6 486

Cornwall, Henry Bendinger, 1877. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 489

Cortina, R. Diez de la [Lawyers International Correspondence Co.], 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 493

Cosmopolitan Magazine, 1909. 40 items (40 leaves).

6 495

Coyle, George L. [Department of Chemistry, Georgetown University], 1928. 3 items (3 leaves).

6 503
Cret, Paul Philippe [Architect], 1915-1916. 3 items (3 leaves).
Cross reference

see: Paul Philippe Cret Papers, 1865-1976

6 513

Crew, Henry [Northwestern University], 1894. 2 items (3 leaves).

6 514

Crookes, William, Sir, 1904. 1 item (1 leaf).

6 515

Curie, Marie, 1921, undated. 3 items (5 leaves).

6 521

Cuthbert, Walter R., 1909-1916. 3 items (3 leaves + 1 photograph).

6 522

D-Dri.

Box Folder

D. H. Kyle and Company, Scientific Foresters and Entomologists, 1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

7 523

Daens, Frank B. [Chemist], 1921-1927. 12 items (14 leaves).

7 525

Dales, Benton [University of Nebraska], 1908-1910. 3 items (4 leaves).

7 526

Dallam, David E., 1922. 2 items (2 leaves).

7 527

Dana, James Dwight [Chemist], 1882. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 530

Daniells, William Willard [Chemist, University of Wisconsin], 1902-1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

7 531

Daniels, Joseph [Department of the Navy], 1913. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 532

Davidson College, 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

7 534

Davis, Gwilym G., 1905. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 545

Davis, Tenney L. [Chemist, MIT], 1925-1926. 3 items (3 leaves).

7 546

Deaver, John B. [Chair of Surgery, Medical Department, University of Pennsylvania], 1911-1923, undated. 8 items (8 leaves).

7 558

Defries, Ray Lee [Chemist], 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

7 564

Delancey, William, 1913. 2 items (4 leaves).

7 568

Denison University, 1921. 2 items (3 leaves).

7 573

Dennis, L. M. [Chemist, Cornell University], 1909-1925. 17 items (19 leaves).

7 574

DePauw University, 1908-1909. 3 items (3 leaves).

7 577

Dercum, Francis X., 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 578

De Schweinitz, G. E. [Ophthalmologist], 1909-1926. 10 items (10 leaves).

7 579

Dewar, James, Sir [Royal Institute, London, England], 1921. 2 items (2 leaves).

7 581

Dewey, Frederic P. [United States Treasury Dept., Washington, D.C.], 1910. 3 items (3 leaves).

7 582

Dickinson College [Morgan, J. H., President], 1924-1926. 5 items (5 leaves).

7 589

Dickson, Samuel [Lawyer], 1910-1912. 2 items (4 leaves).

7 592

D'Invilliers, E. V. [Chemist & Mining Engineer], 1909-1920. 4 items (4 leaves).

7 595

Dix, John A. [State of New York, Executive Chamber], 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 600

Dixon, A. Francis [Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland], undated. 5 items (14 leaves).

7 601

Dixon, Samuel Gibson [Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Health], 1899-1917. 16 items (16 leaves).

7 602

Doremus, Charles A. [Chemist], 1916-1925. 8 items (10 leaves).

7 610

Dorland, W. A. Newman, 1919. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 611

Doubleday Page & Company [Stowe, Lyman Beecher], 1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

7 613

Downing, Augustus Seiss [University of the State of New York], 1922-1924. 5 items (7 leaves).

7 615

Drexel Institute of Technology, 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

7 620

Drinker, Henry S. [President, Lehigh University], 1910-1928. 17 items (17 leaves).

7 621

Dro-Ey.

Box Folder

The Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning [Alder, Cyrus, President], 1912-1916. 3 items (4 leaves).

8 622

Druce, Gerald [Chemist], 1927-1928. 16 items (20 leaves).

8 624

Duke, Alfred W. [Pennsylvania Railroad Co.], 1910. 2 items (3 leaves).

8 629

Du Pont, Ernest, 1910. 1 item (1 leaf).

8 634

E. I. du Pont De Nemours Powder Company, 1909-1910. 6 items (6 leaves).

8 641

Eaton, Edward Dwight [President, Beloit College, Beloit, WI], 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

8 645

Ebaugh, W. Clarence [Chemist, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT], 1908-1921. 4 items (7 leaves).

8 647

Ebeling, Max, 1894-1895. 4 items (4 leaves).

8 649
Eckfeldt, Jacob E., 1918. 1 item (3 leaves).
Description

re: Cloud, Joseph

8 651

Edgerton, Franklin [Sanskrit, University of Pennsylvania], 1919. 1 item (1 leaf).

8 654

Egan, Maurice Francis [Minister of the U.S., U.S. Legation, Copenhagen, Denmark], 1911. 1 item (2 leaves).

8 657

Ehrenfeld, Charles H. [Chemist, University of Pennsylvania], 1899-1920. 4 items (5 leaves).

8 659

Ehrenfeld, C. L., 1888-1906. 6 items (9 leaves).

8 660

Ehrenfeld, Frederick [Geologist, University of Pennsylvania], 1884-1920. 4 items (8 leaves).

8 661

Elder, William L., 1910-1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

8 665

Engler, Carl [Chemist], 1894. 1 item (2 leaves).

8 682

Estabrooke, W. L. [Department of Chemistry, College of the City of New York], 1921-1923. 38 items (42 leaves).

8 688

Estabrooke, W. L. [Department of Chemistry, College of the City of New York], 1924-1926. 25 items (32 leaves).

8 689

Estabrooke, W. L. [Department of Chemistry, College of the City of New York], 1926, undated. 40 items (45 leaves).

8 690

Estabrooke, W. L. [Department of Chemistry, College of the City of New York], 1927-1928. 46 items (47 leaves).

8 691

Evans, Walter W. [Chemist, University of Toronto], 1908-1909. 3 items (3 leaves).

8 700

Evening Bulletin, 1918. 1 item (2 leaves).

8 701

Evening Telegraph, 1910-1918. 7 items (8 leaves).

8 702

Exner, Franz F. [Chemist], 1909-1921. 10 items (19 leaves).

8 706

Exner, Franz Serafin [President, Radium Corp.], 1909. 1 item (2 leaves).

8 707

Eyre, T. L. [Senator, Pennsylvania], 1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

8 708

F-Fred.

Box Folder

F. Tyler Daniels Company, 1917. 6 items (9 leaves).

9 710

Fachenthal, B. F., 1924-1926. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 712

Falconer, Robert, Sir [President, University of Toronto], 1918-1927. 5 items (7 leaves).

9 713

Faloon, Dalton B. [Chemist], 1926. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 715

Fahs, Charles H. [Missionary Editor - Board of Foreign Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church], 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 720

Feldstein, Leonard [United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1909. 2 items (3 leaves).

9 728

Ferree, Barr [Director, Pennsylvania Society], 1916. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 732

Fetterolf, Daniel W. [Department of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania], 1909. 6 items (6 leaves).

9 734

Fink, Colin G. [Chemist], 1923. 1 item (2 leaves).

9 741

Finley, John H. [University of the State of New York], 1912-1926. 6 items (8 leaves).

9 743

Fisher, George Egbert [Dean, University of Pennsylvania], 1908-1911. 97 items (100 leaves).

9 746

The Fisk Teachers' Agency, Inc., 1909. 5 items (6 leaves).

9 749

Fitzpatrick, J. Raymond, 1909-1910. 12 items (18 leaves).

9 752

Flaccus, Louis W. [Poet?], 1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 753

Fleck, Herman [Colorado School of Mines], 1909-1912, undated. 7 items (9 leaves).

9 756

Fontaine, William Morris [Professor of Chemistry, West Virginia University], 1877. 1 item (1 leaf).

9 761

Foote Mineral Company, 1909. 4 items (4 leaves).

9 764

Fordney, Joseph W. [United States House of Representatives Chairman Ways and Means Committee], 1921. 2 items (8 leaves).

9 768

Forsyth, Francis Priestley, 1919-1921. 5 items (6 leaves).

9 769

The Fossils [Richardson, Charles Williamson, 1861-1929, President], 1927. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 770

Foster, William [Chemistry, Princeton University], 1912-1928. 39 items (45 leaves).

9 774

France. Ambassade (U.S.), 1923. 1 item (2 leaves).

9 781

France. Minister de l'Instruction Publique, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 782

Franforter, George B., 1915, undated. 3 items (4 leaves).

9 783

Franklin and Marshall College [Apple, Henry H. - President], 1909-1920. 16 items (17 leaves).

9 784

The Franklin Inn Club, 1911. 4 items (4 leaves).

9 786

Franklin, Clarence Payne [Philadelphia Doctor], 1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 785

Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.), 1892-1926. 6 items (6 leaves).

9 787

Franklin, James [United States House of Representatives], 1917. 1 item (3 leaves).

9 788

Frazer, John [Dean, University of Pennsylvania], 1912-1923. 9 items (10 leaves).

9 790

Frazer, Persifer, 1903-1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

9 791

Frazier, Charles H. [Dean, Department of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania], 1903-1920, undated. 23 items (24 leaves).

9 793

Frazier, George H., 1909-1910. 5 items (6 leaves).

9 794

Free-Go.

Box Folder

Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Ohio, 1897-1910. 3 items (6 leaves).

10 800

Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, 1889-1912, undated. 8 items (8 leaves).

10 801

Fresenius, C. Remigius, 1890. 1 item (2 leaves).

10 802

Friend, G. C. [General Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, PA], 1909, undated. 5 items (6 leaves).

10 805
Fries, Amos A. [Brigadier General, United States War Department. Office of Chemical Warfare Service], 1921-1925. 14 items (35 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: United States. Army. Chemical Warfare Service, see also: Parsons, Charles Lathrop

10 809

Fulmer, Elton [Chemist, Washington Agricultural Experiment Station, Pullman, WA], 1902. 1 item (3 leaves).

10 814

Funk & Wagnalls Company, 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

10 817
Furness, Horace Howard, 1903-1912. 5 items (5 leaves).
Cross Reference

see also: American Philosophical Society

10 818

Furness, Horace Howard Jr., 1913. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 819

Furness, William Henry, 1913. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 820

Garrison, Lindley M. [United States Secretary of War, 1914-1916], 1914-1915. 3 items (3 leaves).

10 834

Garvan, Francis P. [President, Chemical Foundation, New York, NY], 1920-1922. 2 items (3 leaves).

10 835

General Electric Company, 1905-1924. 8 items (11 leaves).

10 840

Genth, F. A. [Chemist, University of Pennsylvania], 1882-1890, undated. 5 items (12 leaves).

10 842

Gerberich, D.P. [Senator, Pennsylvania], 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

10 844

German, Henry J., 1909-1920. 6 items (8 leaves).

10 847

Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker German Commission of Atomic Weights, 1899. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 848

Gest, John Marshall [Judge, Orphan's Court, Philadelphia, PA], 1911-1922. 4 items (4 leaves).

10 849

Gettysburg College, 1924. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 852

Geyelin, Henry Laussat [Lawyer], 1909-1920. 4 items (4 leaves).

10 854

Gibbons, Henry J. [Lawyer], 1909-1920. 6 items (6 leaves).

10 855

Gibbs, Wolcott [Chemist], 1877-1906. 38 items (43 leaves).

10 858

Gildersleeve, Basil L. [John Hopkins University], 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

10 865

Giles, W. B. [Chemist], 1905-1906. 2 items (4 leaves).

10 867

Gillan, Charles McD. [Chemist], 1909-1910. 6 items (6 leaves).

10 869

Gillett, H. W., 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

10 870

Giorni Conti, principe di Trevignano [Chemist], 1926-1940. 3 items (8 leaves).

10 877

Githens, Rexarner and Company, 1910. 3 items (3 leaves).

10 878

Godcharles, Frederic A. [Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania], 1921. 4 items (4 leaves).

10 883

Goddard, Henry Herbert [Director, New Jersey Training School for Feeble Minded Girls and Boys], 1908. 2 items (2 leaves).

10 884

Goessman, Charles Anthony [Chemist], 1877-1888. 2 items (2 leaves).

10 888

Gol-Gu.

Box Folder

Goldsborough, Phillips Lee [Governor, Maryland, 1912-1915; United States Senate, 1929-1935], 1912-1919. 3 items (3 leaves).

11 895

Gooch, Frank Austin [Chemist, Yale University, New Haven, CT], 1899-1927, undated. 13 items (14 leaves).

11 901

Good, Harry Gehman [University of Ohio], 1926. 5 items (5 leaves).

11 903

Goodspeed, Arthur W. [Physicist, Professor-in-Charge, University of Pennsylvania], 1902-1920. 14 items (16 leaves).

11 904

Goodwin, J. H., 1909, undated. 6 items (6 leaves).

11 905

Gordon, G. B. [University Museum, University of Pennsylvania], 1911. 6 items (6 leaves).

11 908

Gordon, Neil E. [Department of Chemistry, University of Maryland], 1921-1927. 43 items (52 leaves).

11 911

Gortner, R. A. [Bio-chemist, University of Minnesota], 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 912

Gottschall, A. Wilson [ "Gottschall Remedies" ], 1909. 2 items (5 leaves).

11 916

Graebe, Carl [Chemist], 1895. 1 item (2 leaves).

11 923

Grant, Lathrop Campbell, Rev. [First Congregational Church, Lorain, OH], 1927. 2 items (3 leaves).

11 925

Gray, Harry Le B. [Chemist], 1921. 3 items (5 leaves).

11 930

Gray, W. M. [United States War Department, Office of the Surgeon General], 1908. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 931

Greene, Arthur Maurice [Dean, Princeton University, School of Engineering], 1923-1927. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 938

Greiner and Friedrichs (Stützerbach, Germany) [glassware supplier for chemical labs], 1908-1912. 9 items (10 leaves).

11 944

Griscom, Lucy M., 1903-1910. 7 items (11 leaves).

11 951

Grosvenor, William M. [Chemist], 1908-1909. 3 items (4 leaves).

11 953

Grove City College, 1910-1912. 6 items (10 leaves).

11 954

Gruener, Hippolyte [Chemist, Adelbert College], 1910. 3 items (3 leaves).

11 956

Grumbine, Harvey Carson [Professor of Literature, University of Wooster, OH], 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

11 957

Guggenheim, William, 1903-1913. 3 items (3 leaves).

11 961

Gulbrandsen, Sverre [Welbach Lighting Company], 1910. 1 item (1 leaf).

11 964

Gummey, Charles Francis [Lawyer], 1909-1911. 8 items (8 leaves).

11 966

Gutbier, A. Felix? [Chemistry Laboratory, University of Erlangen, Germany], 1909. 3 items (4 leaves).

11 970

H-Hec.

Box Folder

Haas, John A. W. [President, Muhlenberg College], 1910-1922. 29 items (31 leaves).

12 973

Hadley, Arthur Twining [President, Yale University], 1911, undated. 4 items (4 leaves).

12 974
Hagerman, J., 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).
Description

re: paraffin

12 977

Hale, Harrison [Chemist, University of Arkansas], 1909-1920. 4 items (5 leaves).

12 982

Hall, James A., 1911. 2 items (3 leaves).

12 985

Hall, Lyman B. [Haverford College], 1902-1921. 6 items (6 leaves).

12 986

Hamill, Samuel McClintock, 1910-1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 996

Hammermill Paper Company, 1927. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 1002

Hance, Anthony M. [Chemist, Hance Bros. and White], 1909-1913. 5 items (5 leaves).

12 1005

Hantz, J. M. [Professor, Northwestern University], 1910-1920. 3 items (3 leaves).

12 1011

Harding, Warren G. [29th President of the United States, 1921-1923], 1922. 1 item (5 leaves).

12 1013

Hare, H. A., 1911-1912. 4 items (5 leaves).

12 1015
Harley, Lewis R., 1911-1913. 3 items (3 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Central High School (Philadelphia, Pa.)

12 1019

Harper & Brothers, 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 1022

Harris, John H. [President, Bucknell University], 1911-1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 1028

Harris, Joseph S. [President, Philadelphia and Reading Railway Co.], 1899. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 1029

Harrisburg Telegraph [Stackpole, E. J., Editor - in - Chief], 1926. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 1030

Harshberger, John W. [Professor of Botany, University of Pennsylvania], 1911-1912. 13 items (13 leaves).

12 1036

Hart, Edward [Professor of Chemistry, Lafayette College], 1912-1928. 13 items (16 leaves).

12 1037

Harter, Henry N. [Lawyer, Harter and Harter], 1920-1925. 6 items (7 leaves).

12 1040

Haupt, Lewis M. [Geologist], 1913-1920. 5 items (5 leaves + 1 photograph).

12 1054

Haverford School, 1910-1911. 5 items (5 leaves).

12 1057

Hay, John [Secretary of State, United States Department of State, 1898-], 1904. 1 item (1 leaf).

12 1060

Head, Joseph [Dentist], 1912. 5 items (19 leaves).

12 1064
Heath, H. E., 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).
Description

re: rare metal depositing

12 1065

Hecht, Herman L. [House of Representatives, Harrisburg, PA], 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

12 1067

Heckert, Charles G. [President, Wittenberg College], 1909-1913. 3 items (4 leaves).

12 1069

Hef-Hi.

Box Folder

Hefelbower, Samuel Gring [Philosophy], 1912-1920. 3 items (3 leaves).

13 1070

Helme, William E. [Helme and McIlhenry Gas Meter Manufactures], 1911-1912. 6 items (6 leaves).

13 1077

Henderson, George [Judge, Orphan's Court, Philadelphia, PA], 1909-1922. 9 items (9 leaves).

13 1078

Hendrick, Ellwood [Chemist?], 1920-1925. 31 items (34 leaves).

13 1080

Hendrick, Ellwood [Chemist?], 1926-1927, undated. 12 items (14 leaves).

13 1081

Hering, Carl [Electrical engineer], 1910-1912. 9 items (10 leaves).

13 1096

Herrick, Cheesman Abiah [Professor, Girard College], 1912-1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

13 1097

Herty, Charles H. [President, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association], 1910-1921. 21 items (32 leaves).

13 1100

Herty, Charles H. [President, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association], 1921. 12 items (22 leaves).

13 1101

Herty, Charles H. [President, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association], 1921. 10 items (21 leaves).

13 1102

Herty, Charles H. [President, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association], 1921. 13 items (27 leaves).

13 1103

Herty, Charles H. [President, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association], 1922-1938. 13 items (17 leaves).

13 1104

Hibben, John Grier [President, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ], 1912-1920. 14 items (15 leaves).

13 1110

Hibbert, Harold [Chemist, Yale University, New Haven, CT], 1921-1922. 6 items (10 leaves).

13 1111
Hieffenbach, J. G., 1894. 1 item (2 leaves).
Description

re: Priestley, Joseph

13 1118

Hildebrand, Joel Henry [Chemist], 1911-1914. 5 items (10 leaves).

13 1120
Hildreth, Richard, 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).
Description

re: eye operation

13 1121

Hillebrand, W. F. [Chemist, Department of Commerce, Bureau of Standards], 1921-1924, undated. 11 items (15 leaves).

13 1129
Hilprecht, H. V. [University Museum, University of Pennsylvania], 1906-1911. 8 items (18 leaves).
Cross Reference

see also: Harrison, Charles C., re: Babylonian Expedition

13 1131

Himes, John A. [Engineer, Pennsylvania College], 1909. 3 items (3 leaves).

13 1133

Hinrichs, Gustavus [Chemist, American Chemical Society], 1894-1896. 13 items (23 leaves).

13 1138

Hirsh, Belle Franklin, Mrs., 1906. 1 item (6 leaves).

13 1139

Hirst, Burton Cooke, 1909-1916. 11 items (17 leaves).

13 1140

Historical Society of Pennsylvania [Montgomery, Thomas L.], 1910-1926. 7 items (7 leaves).

13 1141
History of Science Society, 1928. 2 items (3 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Brasch, Frederick E., Corresponding Secretary

13 1142

Ho-Hy.

Box Folder

Hodge, George Woolsey, 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 1146

Holmes, Arthur [Dean of Faculty, Pennsylvania State College], 1911-1916. 8 items (8 leaves).

14 1156

Holmes, Harry N. [Chemist, Oberlin College], 1926. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 1157

Holt, Frank [Chemistry, State University of Oklahoma], 1911. 1 item (4 leaves).

14 1161

Hommel, Fritz, 1906. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 1163

Hoogendijk, G. [Chemistry, University of Colorado], 1912. 2 items (3 leaves).

14 1165

Hopkins, Arthur John [Amherst College], 1919. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 1168
Hopkins, B. S. [Chemist], 1926. 2 items (2 leaves).
Description

re: discovery of illinium

14 1169
Horwitz, George Quintard, 1911. 4 items (5 leaves).
Description

re: Clarence T. Bain Fund

14 1178

Houston, Samuel F. [President, General Alumni Society], 1904-1910. 17 items (17 leaves).

14 1188

Houston, Samuel F. [President, General Alumni Society], 1911. 31 items (36 leaves).

14 1189

Houston, Samuel F. [President, General Alumni Society], 1912-1920. 14 items (21 leaves).

14 1190

Howard, L. O., 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 1196

Howe, Harrison Estell [Chemist, American Chemical Society], 1922. 7 items (30 leaves).

14 1198

Howe, Harrison Estell [Chemist, American Chemical Society], 1923-1927. 22 items (26 leaves).

14 1199
Howes, Arthur W. [President, Central High School (Philadelphia, Pa.)], 1909-1920. 7 items (7 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Central High School (Philadelphia, Pa.)

14 1204

Howland, Arthur C., 1910. 3 items (3 leaves).

14 1205

Huckel, Oliver [Associated Congregational Church, Baltimore, MD], 1911-1912. 3 items (3 leaves).

14 1208

Huckel, Samuel [Architect], 1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

14 1209

Huebner, S. S. [Wharton, University of Pennsylvania], 1909-1911. 5 items (5 leaves).

14 1210

Huerta, R. [Mexican Embassy], 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 1211
Huggins, George A., 1910-1914. 5 items (6 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Breckenridge, Hugh H.

14 1214

Hughes, Charles Evans [Nominee for Republican Presidential Nomination, 1916], 1916. 1 item (1 leaf).

14 1216

Humphrey, Pearcy E. [Humphrey and Vandercort], 1911. 2 items (3 leaves).

14 1221

Hurley, Charles B. [Hurley-Mason Company Insurance], 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 1229

Hutchins, Harry B. [President, University of Michigan], 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

14 1231

Hutt, William H. [Treasurer, University of Pennsylvania], 1908-1910. 13 items (13 leaves).

14 1234

Hutt, William H. [Treasurer, University of Pennsylvania], 1911-1912. 62 items (64 leaves).

14 1235

I-Jol.

Box Folder

Imperial Engraving Company, 1910-1911. 2 items (3 leaves).

15 1244

The Independent (New York, N.Y.) [Holt, Hamilton, Managing Editor], 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

15 1245

Indianapolis Water Company [Jordan, Harry E.], 1922. 1 item (2 leaves).

15 1246

Ingram, Edward L. [Civil Engineering Department, University of Pennsylvania], 1910-1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 1250

Inter-Fraternity Conference, 1919-1922. 3 items (10 leaves).

15 1252

The Intercollegiate, 1911-1912. 4 items (4 leaves).

15 1253

International Clay Products Bureau, 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 1255

International Committee of the Young Men's Christian Association, 1910-1912. 4 items (4 leaves).

15 1256

International Congress of Applied Chemistry, 1910. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 1257

International Peace Forum, 1911. 2 items (3 leaves).

15 1258

International Who's Who Publishing Company, 1912. 2 items (3 leaves).

15 1259

Internoscia, Jerome [Author, New Code of International Law, 1910], 1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

15 1260

Iowa State University, 1909-1910. 3 items (3 leaves).

15 1261

Irwin, William Wallace, 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 1262

Iveagh, Lord [Chancellor, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland], 1912. 3 items (4 leaves).

15 1264

Ivens, William H. [Veterinary Department, University of Pennsylvania], 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

15 1265

J. B. Lippincott Company [Lippincott, Joseph W.], 1911. 7 items (7 leaves).

15 1267

J. Bishop and Company Platinum Works, 1908-1911. 6 items (6 leaves).

15 1270

Jackson, Charles Loring [Chemist], 1905-1924. 4 items (4 leaves).

15 1272

Jaeger, F.M. [Chemist], 1914. 2 items (2 leaves).

15 1280

James G. Biddle. Philadelphia, PA. Electrical and Scientific Apparatus [Biddle, James G.], 1909-1910. 3 items (3 leaves).

15 1283

James Millikin University, 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

15 1286

Janvier, C. A. R., 1910-1912. 5 items (5 leaves).

15 1289

Jarvis, Anna [Mother's Day Founder], 1912. 2 items.

15 1291

Jastrow, Morris [Library, University of Pennsylvania], 1899-1910. 15 items (20 leaves).

15 1292

Jastrow, Morris [Library, University of Pennsylvania], 1911-1920. 44 items (59 leaves).

15 1293

Jayne, Horace [College Department, University of Pennsylvania], 1859-1913, undated. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 1295

Jefferys, C. P. B., 1909-1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

15 1296
Jennings, Henrietta Cooper, 1921. 2 items (3 leaves).
Description

re: chemist, Cooper, Thomas

15 1299
Jewett, Frances Gulick, 1926. 4 items (18 leaves).
Description

re: Jewett, Frank Fanning, 1844-1926

15 1301

Jewett, F. F. [Chemist, Oberlin College], 1910-1923. 5 items (7 leaves).

15 1302

Joffre, Joseph Jacques Césaire, 1917. 1 item (1 leaf).

15 1304

John C. Winston Company [Publishers], 1908-1918. 13 items (15 leaves).

15 1306

Johnson, Amandus [Educational West African Expedition], 1911-1924. 7 items (11 leaves).

15 1307

Johnson, Emory R. [Wharton, University of Pennsylvania], 1911-1914. 15 items (15 leaves).

15 1309

Johnson, John Graver, 1913-1915. 2 items (2 leaves).

15 1313

Johnson, Samuel W. [Chemist, Yale University], 1877. 1 item (2 leaves).

15 1320

Johnson, Treat B. [Chemist, Yale University], 1925-1926. 5 items (6 leaves).

15 1321

Jon-Ki.

Box Folder

Jones, Harry Clary [Chemist, John Hopkins University], 1904-1912. 9 items (14 leaves).

16 1329
Jones, J. Levering [Lawyer], 1911-1914. 18 items (18 leaves).
Description

re: Cadwalader, John

16 1331

Jones, Lauder W., 1921. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 1332

Jordan, Ewing, 1909-1912. 10 items (10 leaves).

16 1336

Jusserand, J. J. [Minister from France to the United States, 1902-1925], 1907-1917. 3 items (4 leaves).

16 1343

Kahlenberg, Louis Albrecht? [Chemist, University of Wisconsin], 1927. 2 items (2 leaves).

16 1344
Keefer, F. R., Colonel, 1920. 2 items (2 leaves).
Description

re: chemist, Cutbush, James

16 1345

Kalbach, L. A. [Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education], 1912. 3 items (5 leaves).

16 1347

Kauffman, Charles Fahs, 1933-1936, undated. 5 items (17 leaves).

16 1353

Keen, William W. [President, American Philosophical Society; Surgeon], 1902-1932. 27 items (29 leaves).

16 1360

Keller, Harry F. [Chemist], 1899-1923. 12 items (14 leaves).

16 1365

Keller, S. S., 1899-1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

16 1367

Kelly, Howard A. [Library, John Hopkins University], 1909-1923. 5 items (5 leaves).

16 1369

Kelsey, Carl [Wharton, University of Pennsylvania], 1912. 7 items (7 leaves).

16 1372

Kemmerer, George [Chemist, Carroll College], 1912-1920. 3 items (4 leaves).

16 1374
Kendrick, George W. Jr., 1892-1912. 7 items (7 leaves).
Description

re: Freemasons

16 1376

Kendrick, Murdoch [Lawyer], 1909-1920. 8 items (9 leaves).

16 1377

Kennedy, M. C. [Vice-President & Superintendent, The Cumberland County Railroad Commission], 1912. 2 items (3 leaves).

16 1378

Kent, Roland G., 1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

16 1381

Keyes, Donald B. [American Chemical Society], 1925. 1 item (2 leaves).

16 1392

Kiefer, Charles C. [Freemasons, Grand Secretary], 1895. 1 item (1 leaf).

16 1395

King, Charles. General [Saint Johns Military Academy], 1901-1925. 4 items (6 leaves).

16 1402

King, Clyde Lyndon [Wharton, University of Pennsylvania], 1912-1920. 3 items (3 leaves).

16 1404

King, L. W. [Department of Egypt & Assyrian Antiquities, British Museum], 1912. 2 items (3 leaves).

16 1406

King's French Cleansing and Dyeing [King, William H., proprietor], 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

16 1407

Kirk, Edward C. [Dean, School of Dentistry, University of Pennsylvania], 1909-1920. 19 items (23 leaves).

16 1416

Kl-Lec.

Box Folder

Klein, Louis A. [Dean, Veterinary School, University of Pennsylvania], 1911-1920. 17 items (21 leaves).

17 1421

Kline, Charles Howard [Senator, Pennsylvania, Appropriations Committee], 1911-1912. 6 items (7 leaves).

17 1422

Knox College (Galesburg, Ill.), 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 1430

Konkle, Burton Alva, 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

17 1438

Krapp, George Philip [English Department, Columbia University], 1916. 2 items (4 leaves).

17 1444

Kraybill, Benjamin E. [Chemist, University of Maine], 1909-1910. 4 items (4 leaves).

17 1445

Kremers, Edward [Director, Pharmacy, University of Wisconsin], 1921-1928. 16 items (18 leaves).

17 1448

Krüss, Gerhard [Chemist, Germany], 1890-1894. 23 items (25 leaves).

17 1453
Kunz, George Frederick, 1920-1925. 14 items (15 leaves).
Description

re: Marie Curie visit

17 1454
L. E. Knott Apparatus Company, 1925. 1 item (booklet).
Description

re: Newell, Lyman C.

17 1456

Lafayette College (Eaton, Pa.), 1910-1911. 5 items (6 leaves).

17 1461

Lafean, Daniel F. [United States House of Representatives], 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 1464

Laird, Warren Powers [Department of Architecture, Professor-in-Charge, University of Pennsylvania], 1909-1914. 39 items (42 leaves).

17 1470

Lamb, Arthur Becket [Chemist], 1918, undated. 2 items (2 leaves).

17 1474

Lamberton, W. W. [Ancient Greek Language, University of Pennsylvania], 1899-1909. 4 items (4 leaves).

17 1478

Landis, H. R. M. [Henry Phipps Institute], 1912. 4 items (4 leaves).

17 1481

Langdon, Stephen, 1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

17 1483

Langley, John W., 1877. 1 item (1 leaf).

17 1485

LaWall, Charles H. [Chemist, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science], 1911-1926. 5 items (5 leaves).

17 1497
Lea, Arthur H., 1911-1923. 3 items (3 leaves).
Description

re: Lea Memorial

17 1501

Leach, Howard Seavoy [Librarian, Lehigh University], 1928. 2 items (2 leaves).

17 1502

Leake, Chauncey Depew [Department of Pharmacy & Toxicology, University of Wisconsin], 1926. 4 items (4 leaves).

17 1503

Learned, Marion Dexter, 1909-1912. 16 items (16 leaves).

17 1504

Lee-Long.

Box Folder

Leeds, Albert R. [Chemist], 1877. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1510

Leeds, Morris Evans [Leeds and Northrop Co.], 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1511

Leeds and Northrop Company, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1512

Leffmann, Henry [Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science], 1928. 1 item (2 leaves).

18 1513

Leidy, Joseph, 1912. 6 items (6 leaves).

18 1514

Leiper, S. Katherine [Acting Librarian, University of Pennsylvania], 1909-1912. 25 items (29 leaves).

18 1516

Lemay, Pamphile [Chemist], undated. 1 item (2 leaves).

18 1517

Lenher, Victor [Chemist, University of Wisconsin, American Chemical Society], 1904-1927. 19 items (30 leaves).

18 1518

Leventhal, Bernard L. [United Hebrew Congregations], 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1524

Lewis, Paul A. [Henry Phipps Institute], 1912-1920. 4 items (6 leaves).

18 1535

Lewis, Shippen [Lawyer], 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1537

Lewis, W. C. McC. [Electrochemist, University of Liverpool], 1916. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1539

Lewis, William Draper [Dean, University of Pennsylvania Law School], 1909-1910. 9 items (9 leaves).

18 1541

Lewis, William Draper [Dean, University of Pennsylvania Law School], 1911. 34 items (36 leaves).

18 1542

Lewis, William Draper [Dean, University of Pennsylvania Law School], 1912-1916. 22 items (33 leaves).

18 1543

Library Company of Philadelphia, 1919. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1546

Library of Congress. General Reference and Bibliography Division, 1919-1922. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1547

Lindsay, C. E. [President, New York Central and Hudson Railroad Co.], 1911-1912. 3 items (4 leaves).

18 1558

Lindsay, Samuel McCune [School of Philanthropy, Columbia University], 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1559

Lingelbach, William E. [History, University of Pennsylvania], 1911-1927. 6 items (6 leaves).

18 1560

Lippincott, Horace Mather, 1910-1921. 9 items (10 leaves).

18 1563

Lippincott, J. Bertram [J. B. Lippincott Company, Publishers], 1909-1912. 6 items (6 leaves).

18 1564

Lippincott, Joanna Wharton, 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1565

Lippincott, Walter C., 1910-1912. 5 items (5 leaves).

18 1566

Lit Brothers, 1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

18 1568

Livingstone, Richard Winn, Sir [Corpus Christi College, Oxford], 1914. 6 items (7 leaves).

18 1570

Lloyd Library and Museum [Lloyd, John Uri, President], 1927. 3 items (3 leaves).

18 1572

Lodge, Oliver, Sir, 1905. 1 item (1 leaf).

18 1575

Long, Alfred A., 1909-1912. 5 items (5 leaves).

18 1577
Long, John Harper, 1870's. 9 items (9 leaves + 8 photographs).
Description

Photographs of the Lothar Meyer and family

18 1581

Long, John Harper, 1877-1879. 13 items (19 leaves).

18 1582

Long, John Harper, 1880-1887, undated. 17 items (27 leaves).

18 1583

Long, J. H. [Director, Northwestern University Medical School], 1895-1916. 2 items (2 leaves).

18 1584

Longcope-Mars.

Box Folder

Longcope, Warfield T. [Assistant Professor of Applied Medicine, University of Pennsylvania], 1911. 1 item.

19 1587

Longmans, Green and Co., 1911-1912. 4 items (4 leaves).

19 1588

Low, Juliette Gordon, 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

19 1597

Lowell, A. Lawrence [Harvard University], 1914. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1598

Lurton, Horace H., 1912. 3 items (3 leaves).

19 1605

McAdam, D. J. Jr. [Chemist], 1910-1913. 6 items (6 leaves).

19 1613

MacArthur, Douglas, 1921. 1 item (2 leaves).

19 1614

McCain, George Nox [Journalist, Public & Evening Ledger], 1872-1924. 5 items (6 leaves).

19 1616

McCaughey, William J. [United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Soils], 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

19 1618

McCay, L. W. [Chemistry, Princeton University], 1902-1924. 7 items (8 leaves).

19 1620

McClellan, William, 1911-1914, undated. 9 items (9 leaves).

19 1621

McClelland, George W. [Vice-Provost, University of Pennsylvania], 1925. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1622

McCormick, S. B. [Chancellor, University of Pittsburgh], 1912-1927. 13 items (15 leaves).

19 1625

MacCracken, John Henry [President, Lafayette College], 1920-1925. 3 items (3 leaves).

19 1626

McCracken, Josiah C. [Professor-in-Charge, University Medical School in Canton, Canton, China], 1906-1928, undated. 5 items (14 leaves).

19 1627

MacFarlane, John Muirhead [Director, Botanical Garden, University of Pennsylvania], 1908-1926. 6 items (11 leaves).

19 1635

McGill University, 1911-1921. 2 items.

19 1638

McGraw Publishing Company, 1926. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1641

McIlhenny, Francis S., Rev., 1911. 4 items (5 leaves).

19 1643

MacIntyre, Alfred E. [Department of Mines, Explosives Division, Canada], 1925. 2 items (2 leaves).

19 1645

McKenzie, R. Tait, 1911-1915, undated. 7 items (14 leaves).

19 1648

Macmillan Company [Publishers], 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1654

McPherson, William [Chemistry Department Head, Ohio State University], 1922-1928, undated. 9 items (9 leaves).

19 1656

Madiera, Louis C. [Madiera, Hill and Co.], 1904-1912. 7 items (7 leaves).

19 1658

Mallet, John William [University of Virginia], 1906. 1 item (1 leaf).

19 1664

Malone, Dumas [History, Yale University], 1922-1924. 6 items (6 leaves).

19 1665

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society [Lea, Fanny], 1926. 3 items (3 leaves).

19 1666

Marburg, Edgar [Department of Civil Engineering, University of Pennsylvania], 1911-1912. 5 items (9 leaves).

19 1670

Marshall, A. E.[Chemical engineer], 1927-1928. 9 items (9 leaves).

19 1671

Marshall, John [School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania], 1888-1925. 9 items (12 leaves).

19 1672

Marshall, Thomas R. [Governor, Indiana 1909-1913, Vice-President of the United States 1913-1921], 1911-1918. 20 items (23 leaves).

19 1673

Mart-Mora.

Box Folder

Martin, Edward [Surgeon], 1911-1918. 8 items (9 leaves).

20 1674

Mason, William Pitt [Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute], 1925. 5 items (6 leaves).

20 1679
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Research Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, 1911. 2 items (3 leaves).
Cross Reference

see also: Noyes, Arthur A.

20 1681

Massey Foundation, 1920. 3 items (3 leaves).

20 1684

Mastbaum, Jules E. [Rodin Museum - Philadelphia, PA], 1926. 3 items (3 leaves).

20 1685

Matthews, J. Merritt, 1899. 1 item (1 leaf).

20 1687

Mears, Brainerd [Chemist, Williams College], 1924. 2 items (2 leaves).

20 1694

Mears, Levrett [Department of Chemistry, Williams College], 1911, undated. 3 items (4 leaves).

20 1695

Meeker, George H., 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

20 1697

Meloney, Marie M., 1921-1923. 10 items (12 leaves).

20 1702
Mendelejeff, A. T., Madame, 1927. 1 item (1 leaf).
Description

re: Mendelejeff, Dimitri Ivanovich, 1834-1907

20 1703

Menschutkin, Boris [Polytechnic Institute - Leningrad, Russia], 1914-1927. 28 items (32 leaves).

20 1704

Mercersburg Academy [Irvine, William Mann, Headmaster], 1910-1924. 7 items (8 leaves).

20 1705

Mercier, Désiré [Cardinal, Archbishop of Malines], 1851-1926, undated. 1 item (2 leaves).

20 1706

Merrick, J. Hartley, 1890. 1 item (photograph).

20 1709

Metallurgical and Chemical Engineering [Robert, E. F., Editor], 1911. 1 item (2 leaves).

20 1712

Meyer, R. J., 1895. 1 item (2 leaves).

20 1714

Midvale Steel Company, 1910. 3 items (3 leaves).

20 1715

Mieli, Aldo [Professor, Rome], 1926-1927. 17 items (28 leaves).

20 1716

Mikell, William Ephraim [Dean, Law School, University of Pennsylvania], 1916-1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

20 1717

Milford, Humphrey Sumner, Sir [Manager, Oxford University Press, New York, NY], 1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

20 1718

Miller, Charles R. [Governor, Delaware], 1912-1913. 2 items (2 leaves).

20 1720

Miller, William Otto [Bursar, University of Pennsylvania], 1910-1911. 14 items (14 leaves).

20 1724

Mining and Scientific Press, 1918. 1 item (2 leaves).

20 1731
Minot, Charles Sedgwick, 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).
Description

re: Wistar Institute

20 1733

Miolati, Arturo [Regio Museo, Industriale Italiano], 1904-1907. 2 items (2 leaves).

20 1734

Mitchell, S. Weir, 1894-1913. 15 items (15 leaves).

20 1738

Moles, E. [Laboratorio de Investigaciones Fisicas, Madrid, Spain], 1919-1927. 8 items (12 leaves).

20 1742

Montgomery, James A. [Semitics, University of Pennsylvania], 1912-1927. 3 items (3 leaves).

20 1746

Montgomery, Thomas H. [Zoological Laboratory, University of Pennsylvania], 1907-1911. 14 items (16 leaves).

20 1749

Montgomery, Thomas Lynch [State Librarian, Pennsylvania], 1913-1926. 3 items (4 leaves).

20 1750

Moore, F. J. [Organic Chemistry, MIT], 1922-1925. 6 items (8 leaves).

20 1753

Moore, R. B. [Chief Chemist, United States. Dept. of the Interior. Bureau of Mines], 1921. 2 items (2 leaves).

20 1757

Moravian College, 1913. 1 item (2 leaves).

20 1760

Morg-N.

Box Folder

Morgan, F. Corlies [Treasurer, University of Pennsylvania], 1920. 4 items (4 leaves).

21 1762

Morgan, James Henry [President, Dickinson College], 1918-1921. 3 items (4 leaves).

21 1763

Morgan, Lucy Griscom, 1920, undated. 3 items (3 leaves).

21 1764

Morgan, Randal [Committee of Finance and Property, University of Pennsylvania], 1911-1920. 7 items (7 leaves).

21 1766

Morley, Edward Williams [American Chemical Society], 1877-1921, undated. 5 items (5 leaves).

21 1767

Morris, Effingham Buckley [President, Girard Trust Co., Philadelphia, PA], 1911-1921, undated. 11 items (13 leaves).

21 1770

Morse, H. N. [Chemist, John Hopkins University], 1878-1911. 6 items (12 leaves).

21 1773
Morton, Henry, 1872. 1 item (1 leaf).
Description

re: fluorescent spectra

21 1774
Moser, Ludwig, 1927. 1 item (3 leaves + booklet).
Description

re: sodium tungstens

21 1775

Mumford, Edward W., 1911-1922. 15 items (16 leaves).

21 1780

Munroe, Charles E., 1925-1926, undated. 3 items (5 leaves).

21 1781

Musser, John H., 1899-1912. 7 items (7 leaves).

21 1785

Mutual Chemical Company of America, 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

21 1786

National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) [Remsen, Ira, Home Secretary], 1895-1906. 3 items (4 leaves).

21 1791

National Canners Association, 1911. 4 items (4 leaves).

21 1792

National Carbon Company, Inc., 1909-1910. 8 items (9 leaves).

21 1793

National Electric Light Association [Sproule, Thomas, Chairman], 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1794

National Farm School [Krauskoff, Jos., President], 1911-1912. 3 items (3 leaves).

21 1795

National Peace Congress (3rd: 1911: Baltimore, MD), 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1796

National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Chemistry and Technology, 1919-1923. 3 items (3 leaves).

21 1797

National Vacation Bible School Association, 1910. 3 items (3 leaves).

21 1798

Nearing, Scott [Wharton, University of Pennsylvania], 1911. 3 items.

21 1802

Neely, Thomas B., 1899. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1803

Nernst, Walther, 1928. 1 item (2 leaves).

21 1807

Neversink Dyeing Company, Reading, PA, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1808

New Jersey Historical Society, 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

21 1810

New York (N.Y.) Board of Education, 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1811

New York Public Library, 1922. 2 items (3 leaves).

21 1812

The New York Times, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

21 1813
New York University, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).
Cross Reference

see also: Brown, Elmer Ellsworth, President

21 1814

Newbold, William Romaine [Professor, University of Pennsylvania], 1897-1925. 7 items (9 leaves).

21 1815

Newell, Lyman C. [Chemistry, Boston University], 1911-1922. 22 items (35 leaves).

21 1816

Newell, Lyman C. [Chemistry, Boston University], 1924. 28 items (41 leaves).

21 1817

Newell, Lyman C. [Chemistry, Boston University], 1925-1928. 41 items (54 leaves).

21 1818

News and Observer (Raleigh, NC: 1880: Weekly), 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

21 1819

Nicholas, H. S. P., 1911-1920. 6 items (6 leaves).

21 1822

Nicholas, William H. [General Chemical Co., New York, NY], 1920-1928. 29 items (33 leaves).

21 1823

Nitzsche, George Erazmus [Bureau of Publicity Management, University of Pennsylvania], 1908-1920. 19 items (19 leaves).

21 1825

Nolan, Thomas [Professor of Architecture and Construction], 1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

21 1826

North American [Educational Information Bureau], 1908-1911. 12 items (12 leaves).

21 1829

The North American Times (Seattle, WA) [Japanese Daily Paper], 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1830

North Carolina. Office of State Library, 1908. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1831

North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1832

North Dakota Agricultural College, 1910. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1833

Noyes, Arthur A. [Chemist], 1919. 1 item (1 leaf).

21 1838

Noyes, William A. [Chemist, discovered illinium], 1904-1926. 11 items (12 leaves).

21 1839

O-Penni.

Box Folder

Oakes, George Washington Ochs, undated. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1840
Oakley, Thornton [artist], undated. 2 items (2 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Ms. Coll. 53, Philadelphia Art Alliance Records

22 1841

Oettel, Felix [Professor, Dresdan], 1895-1897. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1845

Ogden, Hugh W. [Lawyer], 1903-1913. 5 items (8 leaves).

22 1846

Ohio State University, 1908-1920. 8 items (8 leaves).

22 1848

Ohio University, 1920. 2 items (3 leaves).

22 1849

Oklahoma A & M College [Connell, J. H., President], 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1851

Oliver, Charles S., 1899-1904. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1853

Order of the 15 [Theosophy], 1908-1909. 4 items (7 leaves).

22 1855

Ordway, John Morse [Chemist, MIT], 1877. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1856

Orlady, George B. [Judge, Superior Court of Pennsylvania], 1919. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1858

Ort, S. A. [President, Wittenberg College], 1888-1889, undated. 4 items (11 leaves).

22 1859

Osler?, William [Regius Professor of Medicine, Oxford], 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1861

P. Blakiston's Son and Company, 1897-1909. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1865

Packard, C. S. W., 1904-1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1866

Palmer, Charles Skeele [Chemists' Club], 1907-1928. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1867

Park, Roswell, 1895. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1869
Parsons, Charles Lathrop [Chemist, Secretary of the American Chemical Society], 1909-1921. 22 items (32 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: United States. Army. Chemical Warfare Service

22 1871

Parsons, Charles Lathrop [Chemist, Secretary of the American Chemical Society], 1921. 29 items (43 leaves).

22 1872

Parsons, Charles Lathrop [Chemist, Secretary of the American Chemical Society], 1922-1923. 30 items (50 leaves).

22 1873

Parsons, Charles Lathrop [Chemist, Secretary of the American Chemical Society], 1924-1928. 33 items (36 leaves).

22 1874

Passmore, Ellis Pusey, 1910-1920. 4 items (4 leaves).

22 1876
Pasteur Centenary Celebration, 1922-1923.
Description

Copies of letters from Warren G. Harding & Woodrow Wilson

22 1877

Patterson, Christopher Stuart, undated. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1878

Patton, Edward W. [Senator, Pennsylvania], 1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1880

Patton, John W. [Law School, University of Pennsylvania], 1909-1912, undated. 3 items (3 leaves).

22 1881

Payne, V. I., undated. 1 item (photograph).

22 1882

Peacock, Alexander H. [Physician], 1916. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1883

Peddie Institute, 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

22 1886

Peirce, Harold, 1913-1920. 8 items (11 leaves + 1 booklet).

22 1887

Pendleton, Alan [Captain of Infantry, United States Military Academy], 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

22 1888

Penfield, Frederic Courtland [American Ambassador to Austria-Hungary, Embassy of the United States], 1913-1915. 6 items (9 leaves).

22 1889

Penniman, James H., 1918-1928, undated. 6 items (7 leaves).

22 1890

Penniman, Josiah [President, University of Pennsylvania], 1904-1928. 27 items (43 leaves).

22 1891

Penns-Ray.

Box Folder

Pennsylvania. Office of the Governor, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1892

Pennsylvania. Secretary of the Commonwealth [McAffee, Robert], 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1893

Pennsylvania College [President, Granville, William Anthony], 1898-1920. 11 items (24 leaves).

23 1895

Pennsylvania Federation of Historical Societies, 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1899

Pennsylvania Historical Commission, 1921. 2 items (3 leaves).

23 1900

Pennsylvania Military College [President, Hyatt, Charles E.], 1910. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1901

Pennsylvania State College, 1926. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1902

Pennsylvania State College. School of Agriculture, 1910. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1903

Pennsylvania State College. School of Industries, 1912. 1 item (2 leaves).

23 1904

Pennypacker, John Y., 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1905

Penrose, Boies [United States Senate Finance Committee Chairman], 1921. 3 items (4 leaves).

23 1906

Penrose, R. A. F. [President, Academy of Natural Sciences and President, Society of Economic Geologists], 1915-1927. 15 items (15 leaves).

23 1907

Pepper, George Wharton, 1898-1927. 3 items (3 leaves).

23 1909

Pepper, William [Provost, University of Pennsylvania, 1881-1894], 1889-1894, undated. 8 items (8 leaves).

23 1910

Pepper, William [Dean, University of Pennsylvania. Medical School], 1912-1928. 2 items (3 leaves).

23 1911

Perkin, William Henry, Sir, 1838-1907. 9 items (booklets).

23 1916

Perkins, Maurice, 1877. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1917

Perkiomen Seminary - Pennsburg, PA, 1910-1911. 6 items.

23 1918

Phi Beta Kappa, 1910-1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1923

Phi Kappa Psi, 1895-1911. 4 items (5 leaves).

23 1924

Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company [Blakeley, Abraham G.], 1908-1910. 12 items (13 leaves).

23 1926

Philadelphia and Western Railway Company [Adams, J. L., Vice-President and General Manager], 1921. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1927

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science [LaWall, Charles, H., Dean], 1911-1924. 3 items (4 leaves).

23 1929

Philadelphia Electric Company, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1930

Philadelphia High School for Girls. 1 item (5 leaves).

23 1931

Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, PA: 1860), 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1932

Philadelphia Orchestra, 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1933

Philadelphia Record (Philadelphia, PA: 1879), 1918. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1934

Philadelphia Tract and Mission Society, 1911. 8 items (8 leaves).

23 1935

Philadelphia White Cross Milk Company, 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1936

Phillips, Francis C. [Chemist, University of Pittsburgh], 1916, undated. 2 items (4 leaves).

23 1941

Pietz, Adam [Priestley Medal, Designer], 1921. 2 items (4 leaves).

23 1943

Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory, 1910. 4 items (4 leaves).

23 1945

Pleadwell, F. L. [United States Navy, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery], 1924. 3 items (3 leaves).

23 1946

Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.) [Lyman, James A. - Chemistry], 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1948

Poor Richard Club, 1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1949

Pope, W. J., Sir [Chemistry Laboratory, University of Cambridge], 1921. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1950

Potts, Charles S., 1919. 3 items (3 leaves).

23 1953

Poulton, Edward Bagnall, Sir, 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1954

Power, Frederick Belding [Chemist, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Bureau of Chemistry], 1924. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1955

Prendergast, Edmond F. [Archbishop, Archdiocese of Philadelphia], 1914. 1 item (2 leaves).

23 1957

Prescott, A. B., 1877. 1 item (1 leaf).

23 1959

Prichett, Thomas B. [Girard Trust Co.], 1909-1913, undated. 4 items (4 leaves).

23 1962
Priestley, James Taggart, 1915. 5 items (7 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: De Schweinitz, G. E.

23 1964

Priestley, Jean B., 1913. 6 items (6 leaves).

23 1965

Proctor and Gamble Company, 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1968

Putnam, George Haven [Publisher], 1912. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1970

Public Ledger (Philadelphia, PA: 1836) [Publisher, Ochs, George W.], 1907-1918. 10 items (10 leaves).

23 1972

Purdue University, 1922. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1975

Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.), 1919. 2 items (3 leaves).

23 1976

Quinn, Arthur Hobson, 1917-1920. 4 items (4 leaves).

23 1978

Quintero, James, 1914. 1 item (2 leaves + 1 photograph).

23 1980

R. Hoe & Company, 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1981

Radium Institute of America, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1982

Raffalovich, George, 1926. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1984
Ramsay, William, 1904-1909. 3 items (3 leaves).
Description

re: impure radium, University College, London

23 1986

Rāy, Parfulla Chandra [Chemist, Calcutta, India], 1926. 3 items (4 leaves).

23 1989

Rây, Priyada Raufau [Calcutta University, Calcutta, India], 1926. 2 items (2 leaves).

23 1990

Rea-Sch.

Box Folder

Reichert, Edward Tyson [Physiology, University of Pennsylvania], 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 1994
Remak, Gustavus, 1906. 1 item (1 leaf).
Cross reference

see also: Hilprecht, H. V.

24 1996

Remsen, Ira [President, Johns Hopkins University; National Academy of Sciences], 1890-1922. 24 items (30 leaves).

24 1997

Rhodes Scholarship Trust [Parkin, George R.], 1911. 1 item (2 leaves).

24 1998

Richard Tungsten Lamp Works, 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

24 2000

Richards, Joseph W. [American Electrochemical Society], 1902. 1 item (2 leaves).

24 2001

Richards, Theodore W. [Director, Wolcott Gibbs Memorial Laboratory, Harvard University], 1894-1922, undated. 42 items (44 leaves).

24 2002

Richter, Victor von [Chemist], 1882-1891. 11 items (12 leaves).

24 2005

Riley, James Whitcomb, 1906 or 1907. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 2008

Robins, Edward [Catalog requests, University of Pennsylvania], 1908-1909. 46 items (48 leaves).

24 2012

Robins, Edward [Catalog requests, University of Pennsylvania], 1909-1911. 61 items (61 leaves).

24 2013

Rogers, Allen [Chemist, Pratt Institute], 1921-1938. 6 items (6 leaves + 1 booklet).

24 2017

Roosevelt, Theodore [Governor, New York, 1899-1901; United States President, 1901-1909], 1903. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 2020

Rose, Friedrich, 1890. 1 item (3 leaves).

24 2021

Rosengarten, Adolph G., 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 2023

Rosengarten, George D., 1926. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 2024

Rosengarten, J. G., 1907-1921. 21 items (24 leaves).

24 2025

Rosenthal, Albert, 1921. 3 items (4 leaves).

24 2027

Rosenthal, Samuel H., 1908. 2 items (3 leaves).

24 2028

Rosset, J., 1898-1900. 5 items (5 leaves).

24 2030

Rowe, L. S., 1909-1920, undated. 7 items (12 leaves).

24 2031

Rowland, William L., 1883. 12 items (34 leaves).

24 2032
Rustomjee, Rustom, 1911. 2 items (3 leaves).
Cross Reference

see also: Bryce, James

24 2035

Rutgers University, 1911. 5 items (5 leaves).

24 2036

Ruttan, R. F. [Director, Chemistry Department, McGill University], 1921. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 2038

S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company, 1912. 4 items (4 leaves).

24 2041

Sadtler, Samuel P. [Professor of Chemistry, Pennsylvania College], 1888-1889. 5 items (6 leaves).

24 2043

Saint Louis Chemical Society, 1904. 1 item (2 leaves).

24 2044

Sapojnikoff, A. W. [Institute of Engineers of Ways of Communication, Leningrad, Russia], 1926. 1 item (2 leaves).

24 2049

Sarton, George [Chemist], 1922. 1 item (2 leaves).

24 2050

Saxton, George [Harvard University Library], 1926-1928. 8 items (8 leaves).

24 2053

Schaffer, Nathan C. [Superintendent of Public Instruction, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Public Instruction], 1908-1916. 2 items (2 leaves).

24 2055

Schaffer, William J. [Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Office of Attorney General], 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

24 2056

Schelling, Felix Emmanuel, 1912-1927. 10 items (10 leaves).

24 2058

Schneider, R. Ernest [Chemist, re: tungsten], 1897-1898. 2 items (3 leaves).

24 2062

School District of Philadelphia, Pa. Board of Public Education [Brumbaugh, Martin G., Superintendent], 1908-1909. 6 items (6 leaves).

24 2065

Sco-Sw.

Box Folder
Scott, E. Kilburn, 1923. 2 items (7 leaves).
Description

re: Priestley, Joseph

25 2066

Scottish Rite (Masonic Order). Northern Masonic Jurisdiction, 1895. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 2068

Serono, Cesare [Instituto Nazionale Medico Farmacologicom, Rome Italy], 1926. 3 items (3 leaves).

25 2074
Seward, Alice D., 1919. 2 items (4 leaves).
Description

re: chemist, Cutbush, Edward

25 2076

Shellenberger, Edward B. [Pennsylvania State Hospital], 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

25 2085
Shields, John Franklin [Lawyer], 1920-1939. 5 items (10 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Browne, C. A.

25 2086

Shortridge High School [Wade, Frank B., Head of Chemistry Department], 1922. 2 items (5 leaves).

25 2089

Sibole, Edward E., 1919. 4 items (7 leaves).

25 2091

Sims, William Sowden [Rear Admiral, United States Navy], 1919-1920. 4 items (4 leaves).

25 2096

Smith, Alexander [Chemist], 1912-1919. 3 items (3 leaves).

25 2102

Smith, Allen J. [brother to Edgar Fahs Smith], 1888-1909. 13 items (16 leaves).

25 2103

Smith, Eugene Allen [State Geologist of Alabama; Professor, University of Alabama], 1877. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 2106

Smith, George Adam, Sir, 1911-1913. 2 items (3 leaves).

25 2108

Smith?, Susan [niece of Edgar Fahs Smith], 1927. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 2114

Smith, Susan Elizabeth Fahs [mother to Edgar Fahs Smith], 1911-1919. 2 items (2 leaves).

25 2115

Smith, Thomas B. [Mayor's Office, Philadelphia], 1917. 3 items (3 leaves).

25 2116

Smith, William Burns, 1912, undated. 3 items (3 leaves).

25 2119

Societé de Chemie Industrielle (France), 1921. 3 items (3 leaves).

25 2120

Society for Organizing Charity, 1911. 1 item (3 leaves).

25 2121

Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education (U. S.), 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 2122

Spangler, Henry W. [Engineering Professor, University of Pennsylvania], 1906-1911, undated. 7 items (13 leaves).

25 2127

Sparks, Edwin Erle [President, Pennsylvania State College], 1920, undated. 3 items (3 leaves).

25 2128

Sphinx Senior Society, 1920. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 2131

Sproul, William C. [Governor, Pennsylvania], 1907-1928. 30 items (36 leaves).

25 2137

Stähler, Arthur [Chemist, Germany], 1906-1909. 11 items (16 leaves).

25 2139

Stähler, Arthur [Chemist, Germany], 1907-1909. 2 items (4 leaves).

25 2140

State Library of Pennsylvania [Montgomery, Thomas L.], 1919. 1 item (2 leaves).

25 2143

Stevenson, Sara Yorke [Columnist, "Peggy Shippen,"  The Public Ledger], 1920. 2 items (3 leaves).

25 2151

Stieglitz, Julius [Chemist, University of Chicago], 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 2154

Stoever, William C. [Pennsylvania College], 1899-1904. 2 items (3 leaves).

25 2156

Stokesbury, E. T., 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 2157

Stradling, George F., 1920, undated. 3 items (3 leaves).

25 2159

Sulzberger, Mayer, 1913. 1 item (1 leaf).

25 2163

Swarthmore College, 1910-1918. 7 items (9 leaves).

25 2165

T-University of Montana.

Box Folder

Taft, William H. [Chief Justice, United States Supreme Court; United States President, 1909-1913], 1922. 2 items (3 leaves).

26 2170

Taggart, W. T. [Chemist], 1905-1925, undated. 21 items (30 leaves).

26 2171

Tai-Chi Quo [Peace Conference], 1919. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2172

Takagi, Kanehiro, 1907. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2173

Talbot, Henry Paul [Chemist, MIT; American Chemical Society], 1921. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2174

Taylor Iron and Steel Company, 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 2181

Teas, William H. [Marion Extract Company], 1921-1926. 25 items (30 leaves).

26 2182
Teeple, John Edgar, 1921-1922. 5 items (5 leaves).
Description

re: Marie Curie

26 2183

Tel-Electric Company [Hamill, George Janvier], 1912. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2184

Temple University, 1909-1911. 4 items (4 leaves).

26 2186

Thayer, William Sydney [Hospital, John Hopkins University], 1920. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2187

Thomas, N. Wiley, 1888-1920. 4 items (5 leaves).

26 2190

Thompson, William Joseph [Drew Theology Seminary], 1914-1920. 3 items (4 leaves).

26 2194

Thorpe, T. E., 1921. 1 item.

26 2195
Thwing, Charles Franklin [Western Reserve University], 1917-1927. 9 items (9 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Edgar Fahs Smith Memorial Library

26 2196

Tingle, Alfred [Department of Customs, Canada], 1912-1920. 5 items (7 leaves).

26 2200

Tingle, J. Bishop, 1899. 1 item (2 leaves).

26 2201

Titanium Alloy Manufacturing Company, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 2202

Tobias, Raymond B. [Combined Musical Clubs], 1911, undated. 2 items (3 leaves).

26 2203

Tower, Charlemagne [former Minister of U.S. to Austria-Hungary; Ambassador to Russia], 1915. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2206

Transylvania College, 1921. 5 items (8 leaves).

26 2208

Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland), 1912-1918. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 2209

Trinity College (Hartford, CT), 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 2210

Ungnad, Arthur, 1913-1914. 3 items (4 leaves).

26 2221

Union League of Philadelphia, 1914-1919. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 2222

Union Pacific Railroad Company, 1911-1913. 6 items (7 leaves).

26 2223
United States. Army. Chemical Warfare Service, 1921. 4 items (29 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Parsons, Charles Lathrop & Fries, Amos A. - "Minutes of the Second Meeting of the Subcommittee with Respect to Poison Gas" -  "Report of the German Commercial Attaché at Rome to his Government"

26 2225

United States. Block Signal and Train Control Board, 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2226

United States. Dept. of Agriculture, 1908. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2227

United States. Dept. of State, 1906-1912. 2 items (3 leaves).

26 2228

United States. Dept. of the Army. Office of the Surgeon General, 1919. 2 items (4 leaves).

26 2229

United States. Dept. of the Treasury, 1895-1918. 7 items (7 leaves).

26 2230

United States. World's Columbian Commission, 1893. 5 items (5 leaves).

26 2231

United States Military Academy, 1919. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 2233

Unites States National Museum [American Chemical Society], 1921. 2 items (3 leaves).

26 2234

Universal Exposition (St. Louis, Mo.), 1904. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 2235

Universidad Nacional de la Plata, 1910. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2236

Universität Göttingen, 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2237
University Club of Philadelphia, 1912-1921. 2 items (2 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Cadwalader, John

26 2239

University of Aberdeen, 1917. 2 items (5 leaves).

26 2240

University of California, Berkeley. Dept. of Chemistry, 1923. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2241

University of Florida. College of Agriculture, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2242

University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus), 1910-1911. 3 items (3 leaves).

26 2243

University of Kansas, 1909. 5 items (6 leaves).

26 2244

University of Louisiana, 1910. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2245

University of Louisville, 1922. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2246

University of Maine, 1908-1909. 7 items (7 leaves).

26 2247

University of Michigan, 1908-1912. 4 items (8 leaves).

26 2248

University of Minnesota, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2250

University of Mississippi, 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

26 2251

University of Montana (Missoula), 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

26 2252

University of North Dakota-Whit.

Box Folder

University of North Dakota, 1909. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 2253

University of Oklahoma, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2254

University of Pennsylvania. Trustees, 1904-1920, undated. 9 items (15 leaves).

27 2256

University of Pittsburgh [McCormick, S. B., Chancellor], 1911-1920. 17 items (17 leaves).

27 2266

University of the South, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 2267

University of Utah, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 2268

University of South Dakota, 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2269

University of Vermont, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2270

University of Virginia, 1911. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2271

University of Washington, 1911. 5 items (5 leaves).

27 2272

University of Wisconsin, 1904-1923. 4 items (5 leaves).

27 2273

Ursinus College, 1910, undated. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2274

Venable, F. P. [Chemist, University of North Carolina], 1899-1928. 17 items (17 leaves).

27 2277

Vezin, Hermann [Chemist], 1908. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2278

Villanova University, 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2279

Virginia Historical Society, 1921. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2280

Viti, ? [Royal Consulate of Italy], 1911. 1 item.

27 2281

Vries, Hugo de, 1906. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 2284

Wadsworth, M. Edward [Director, Michigan Mining School], 1890. 4 items (11 leaves).

27 2285

Waller, Erik [Surgeon of County Hospital, Liköping, Sweden], 1927-1928. 7 items (8 leaves).

27 2289

Wanamaker, John [John Wanamaker (firm)], 1911-1920. 7 items (7 leaves).

27 2292

Warwick, C. L. [American Society for Testing Material], 1920. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2293

Weber, Henry A. [Chemist], 1877. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 2297

Wells, Horace L. [Yale University, Sheffield Scientific], 1901-1909. 2 items (5 leaves).

27 2301

West, Andrew Fleming [Princeton University], 1913-1914. 3 items (3 leaves).

27 2304

Westchester Lighting Company, 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2306

Westinghouse Lamp Company, 1924. 1 item (1 leaf).

27 2308

Weston Electrical Instrument Company, 1909-1910. 5 items (8 leaves).

27 2309
Wetherill, Richard B., 1928. 3 items (5 leaves).
Description

re: Wetherill, Charles M.

27 2310

Weygandt, Cornelius [English Department, University of Pennsylvania], 1920-1927. 4 items (4 leaves).

27 2311

Wharton, Anne Hollingsworth, 1923. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2312

Whitall Tatum Company, 1909. 4 items (4 leaves).

27 2315

White, J. William (Bishop?), Dr., 1894-1911. 8 items ( 9 leaves + 2 photographs).

27 2317

White, J. William (Bishop?), Dr., 1912-Sept. 1913. 16 items (22 leaves).

27 2318

White, J. William (Bishop?), Dr., Oct. 1913-Dec. 1913. 13 items (23 leaves).

27 2319

White, J. William (Bishop?), Dr., Jan.-July 1914. 13 items (22 leaves).

27 2320

White, J. William (Bishop?), Dr., Sept. 1914- July 1915. 15 items (22 leaves).

27 2321

White, J. William (Bishop?), Dr., Aug. 1915-Apr. 1916. 13 items (21 leaves).

27 2322

Whitlock Coil Pipe Co. - Hartford, CT, 1910. 2 items (2 leaves).

27 2324

Wi-Z, Unidentified Correspondents.

Box Folder
Wiley, Harvey Washington, 1926-1928. 2 items (4 leaves).
Description

re: Chemists' Club

28 2326

William M. Rice Institute [Lovett, Edgar Odell, President], 1907-1923. 5 items (7 leaves).

28 2329

William Windom Council Order of Independent Americans, 1911. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 2330

Williams, Alexander Jr. [American Chemical Society], 1924. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 2331

Willis, Park Weed, 1911-1920. 3 items (4 leaves).

28 2335

Wilson College (Chambersburg, Pa.), 1911-1920. 6 items (6 leaves).

28 2338

Wilson, Henry D. [United States Naval Academy, Rear Admiral], 1921. 1 item (2 leaves).

28 2339

Wilson, Woodrow [United States President, 1913-1921; Governor, New Jersey, 1911-1913], 1913. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 2341
Wiltbank, William White, 1912. 3 items (5 leaves).
Description

re: White, J. William

28 2342

Winegarner, D. C. [Freemasons], 1888. 1 item (2 leaves).

28 2343

Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology, 1911. 7 items (7 leaves).

28 2346

Wittenberg University, 1888-1927. 9 items (11 leaves).

28 2348
Woodford, Lois W., 1921. 2 items (2 leaves).
Cross reference

see also: Herty, C. H.

28 2356

Woodward, Robert Simpson [Carnegie Institution of Washington], 1909-1910. 3 items (5 leaves).

28 2358

World Missionary Conference, 1909. 2 items (2 leaves).

28 2359

Yale University, 1913-1922. 11 items (11 leaves + 1 booklet).

28 2363

Yale University. Sheffield Scientific School, 1904. 1 item (2 leaves).

28 2364

York Manufacturing Company [Ehrenfeld, Charles H.], 1910. 3 items (3 leaves).

28 2368

Young, James T., 1908-1909. 3 items (3 leaves).

28 2371

Young Men's Christian Association, 1908. 1 item (1 leaf).

28 2373

Young Men's Christian Association of Charleston, 1908. 2 items (2 leaves).

28 2374

Young Men's Christian Association of Philadelphia, 1909-1912. 3 items (3 leaves).

28 2375

Young Women's Christian Association, 1909-1920. 2 items (3 leaves).

28 2376

unidentified correspondence.

28 2380

B.  Correspondence with Charles Custis Harrison and his family.

Box Folder

Correspondence with Harrison, Charles Custis [Provost, University of Pennsylvania] & his family.

29 2381-2402

Correspondence with Harrison, Charles Custis [Provost, University of Pennsylvania] & his family.

30 2403-2425

Correspondence with Harrison, Ellen N.

30 2417-2425

Correspondence with Harrison, Charles Custis [Provost, University of Pennsylvania] & his family.

31 2426-2442

Correspondence with Harrison, Ellen N.

31 2426-2434

C.  Mrs. Edgar Fahs Smith correspondence.

Box Folder

Smith, Mrs. Edgar Fahs - Correspondence - A-H.

32 2443-2530

Smith, Mrs. Edgar Fahs - Correspondence - I-Z. .

33 2531-2626

D.  Miscellaneous correspondence.

Box Folder

Miscellaneous Correspondence.

34 2627-2652

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II.  Writings of Edgar Fahs Smith. 5 boxes.

Series Description

This series of the papers encompasses some the vast amount of writing Smith completed in his lifetime. It includes "Recollections," Smith's memoir; addresses and articles, arranged alphabetically by title; and various notes.

Box Folder

"Recollection" - Manuscript of Smith's Memories.

35 2653-2669

Typed Addresses & Articles by Smith - A-G.

36 2670-2706

Typed Addresses & Articles by Smith - H-W.

37 2707-2741

Notes.

38 2742-2751

Form Letters & Christmas Greetings to Alumni.

39 2752-2756

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III.  Memorabilia. 3 boxes.

Series Description

Some of Smith's Memorabilia consists of memorabilia from the University of Pennsylvania, spanning the dates from 1894 to 1926. The other two boxes are arranged alphabetically by the organization or event attended.

Box Folder

Memorabilia, University of Pennsylvania, 1894-1926, undated.

40 2757-2763

Memorabilia, A-N.

41 2764-2803

Memorabilia, O-Y, Miscellaneous.

42 2804-2844

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IV.  Published writings: Printed pamphlets and journals. 1 box.

Series Description

This box contains printed pamphlets and reprints of journal articles published by Smith and arranged alphabetically by title.

Box Folder

Writings/Printed Pamphlets, Journals & Reprints by Edgar Fahs Smith.

43 2845-2880

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V.  About Smith. 2 boxes.

Series Description

One box in the series comprises biographies and memorials of Smith. The other box contains clippings arranged chronologically.

Box Folder

Biographies and Memorials regarding Edgar Fahs Smith.

44 2881-2928

Clippings, 1883-1926.

45 2929-2943

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VI.  Research. 1 box.

Series Description

Contains Smith's personal research and includes typed copies of articles which are arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder

Edgar Fahs Smith's Research.

46 2944-2972

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VII.  Receipts. 1 box.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by company.

Box Folder

Personal and Business Receipts.

47 2973-2990

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VIII.  Miscellaneous. 1 box.

Box Folder

Miscellaneous Lists.

48 2991-3017

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IX.  Miscellaneous memorabilia. 14 boxes.

Series Description

Contains photographs, honorary degrees, dinner invitations, Christmas cards, some clippings, awards, and a few items from childhood.

Box
Honorary Degrees, 1757-1917. 2 items.
Description

Two small books that list honorary degree recipients from the University of Pennsylvania

49

Dinner Invitations from Scrapbook.

50

Photograph, Medals, Charms, & Catechism Book.

51

Prayer book & Paradise Lost.

52

Painted Porcelain Portraits, Pocket Watch, Framed Photograph of Mrs. Edgar Fahs Smith.

53

Photograph Book of Edgar Fahs Smith.

54

Framed Photograph of Edgar Fahs Smith.

55

Clippings from Scrapbook regarding World War I, 1918-1920.

56

Christmas Cards, 1911-1914.

57

Memorials & Appreciation.

58

Scrapbook.

59

Clippings - Oversize.

60

Marriage License, Certificates, Awards, Honorary Degrees & Events.

61
Bound Copies of Our Effort. 2 items.
Description

Two small scrapbooks of quotes and poems

62

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X.  Notebooks. 8 boxes.

Series Description

Chemistry notes and research.

Box

"Catalog of Old Chemistries" .

63

"Chemistry" .

64

Chemical notes.

65

Notebooks. 3 items.

66

Notebooks. 2 items.

67

Notebook. 1 item.

68

Notebooks. 5 items.

69

Chemistry research — abstracts.

70

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XI.  Typed manuscripts. 5 boxes.

Series Description

Bound typed manuscripts of some of Smith's publications.

Box

Priestly In America &  "Institutions of Learning" .

71

History of Chemistry, v. 1.

72

History of Chemistry, v. 2-3.

73

Electro-Chemistry, v. I-II.

74

Electro-Chemistry, v. III-IV.

75

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XII.  Bound volumes and notebooks regarding Smith's work at the University of Pennsylvania. 11 boxes.

Series Description

Contains addresses and lectures given by Smith arranged chronologically and records of Honorary Degrees.

Box

University of Pennsylvania Record Book.

76

University of Pennsylvania Grade Book, 1915-1919.

77

University of Pennsylvania Committee Work, 1882-1883.

78

Honorary Degrees Women's Graduation Record Book, 1911-1920.

79

Addresses and lectures, 1905-1908.

80

Addresses and lectures, 1910-1913.

81

Addresses and lectures, 1913-1917.

82

Addresses and lectures, 1917-1921.

83

Addresses and lectures, 1922-1924.

84

Lecture notes on qualitative analysis and organic chemistry.

85

"An Account of the Union of Medical Schools in Philadelphia" .

86

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XIII.  Scrapbooks — Memorabilia. 14 boxes.

Series Description

Scrapbooks containing Christmas cards and congratulatory letters when Smith was elected Provost.

Box

Scrapbooks. 2 items.

87

Scrapbooks, reviews of Robert Hare and reviews of  Chemistry in America. 2 items.

88

Congratulatory letters of Edgar Fahs Smith's election to Provost, 1910. 8 volumes.

89-96

Scrapbooks of Christmas cards and letters, 1909-1912. 4 items.

97-100

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XIV.  Scrapbooks — Clippings. 10 boxes.

Series Description

Scrapbooks of clippings. Boxes 107-110 contain some letters regarding students serving in World War I.

Box

Scrapbook of editorial entitled "In the Days of Our Fathers" .

101

Clippings, 1911-1912.

102

Clippings, 1913-1914.

103

Clippings, 1914-1915.

104

Clippings, 1915-1916.

105

Clippings, 1916-1917.

106

Clippings, 1917-1918.

107

Clippings, 1918-1919.

108

Clippings, 1917-1919.

109

Clippings, 1917-1919.

110

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