Chemistry -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
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.
The Frank C. Partridge (AC 1882) Collection is comprised of photographs, class notes, reunion material, a scrapbook, and correspondence relating to Frank Partridge, who was very active in his fraternity, Delta Upsilon, and as an alumnus.
Mainly papers, abstracts, articles and lecture notes on topics in physical chemistry, and correspondence between Gibbs and his colleagues.
Six spiral-bound class notebooks kept by Robert Allen for courses in Genetics, Organic Chemistry, Embryology and Economics at Amherst College 1953-1955.