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Amherst College. Science Club


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Lecture to Science Club, 1917 February 20

 Item — Box 2, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

Correspondence, draft writings, articles, notes and other materials documenting the career of Hopkins as a scientist and professor of chemistry at Amherst College. His scientific notes and writings chiefly document research in the field of alchemy, but there is also some material on the calculation of latitude and longitude. In addition, the papers include some correspondence of his wife, Margaret Briscoe Hopkins, as well as genealogical information.

Dates: 1917 February 20

Ralph A. Beebe (AC 1920), Massachusetts Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus, 1978 January 4

 File — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Subject coverage: Reasons for entering Amherst College as a student, Graduate study at Princeton and service in the Student Army Training Corps, Deciding on Chemistry as a career, Amherst's Chemistry faculty in the 1920's, Research at end arrangements with Bristol University, Students who later distinguished themselves in chemistry, Amherst's record in the research by Faculty and graduates; effect of facilities on performance, Effect of 1947 Curriculum on Chemistry Department, Efforts to...
Dates: 1978 January 4

Series 18: Science Club

Scope and Contents From the Collection:

The collection consists of official records and associated material of approximately ninety clubs and organizations (excluding fraternities) affiliated with Amherst College from its founding in 1821 to the present time. Included are founding records, minutes, financial records, membership lists, clippings, publications, correspondence, reports, photographs and other materials.

Dates: 1821-