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Evan Pugh (1828-1864) wishes to study with James Curtis Booth (1810-1888). In shorthand, Pugh discusses some experiments in gaseous precipitation that he has carried out. Pugh became the first president of the…
This is one of many letters written to Arnold Beckman in response to his speech on the topic of education. Robert DuPuis, a vice president of Philip Morris, suggests that improved salaries and industry-sponsored…
In this draft, Arnold Beckman describes the chain of events that lead up to his speech on the subject of public education and states that the vast majority of feedback received has been positive. He then addresses the…
Acknowledges receipt of Sharplep's "Chemical Tables," and expresses pleasure at its organization and content.
Cover letter for preliminary circular in regard to Instruction in Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University.
Concerning possibility of publishing an early Pauling manuscript in a high school textbook or in an issue of "Chemistry."
Concerns recommendation of Tom Newlin as a teaching assistant as well as plans for revising the Chemistry program at Earlham College. The last paragraph makes references to the current state of development of solar…
Written by Joshua Lederberg while 17 years old, seeking permission to take Stodola's Chem s42C course, despite not having taken the necessary prerequisites.
Concerning appointment of Stodola as an Instructor at Columbia University.
This letter from Arnold O. Beckman invites potential attendees (and potential donors) to a conference on the future of science education in Orange County, California. This initiative to improve science education was…