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Box Box 23

 Container

Contains 4 Collections and/or Records:

General Chemistry, circa 1880s

 File — Box: Box 23
Identifier: Box 21
Scope and Contents Resumes & Abstracts. Recent Publication Relating to Carbohydrates Folgen Siud Die Analyses der Materialieu Table. A review of recent investigations upon Carbohydrates Contributions from the Chemical Laboratory of Purdue University VII. The Acetyl and Benzoyl Derivatives of the Pentoses by W.E. Stone. Written documentation about ovservations made upon the sugar group. A list of Arabriose Literature Handwritten note Handwritten note Handwritten note Arabinose. Is it a true carbohydrate? A...
Dates: circa 1880s

Papers, layouts, etc., 1881 - 1893

 File — Box: Box 23
Identifier: Box 21
Scope and Contents Good Citizenship. No date, no place. 19 ms pages Public opinion and science. No date, no place. 22 ms. pages. Pages lacking Practical Ideals. No date, no place 31 typescript pages Abstract of Address "The Relationship of Life" at Fort Wayne High School Commencement. 5 typescript pages. 1912, Also used at Lafayette, Bremen, Vincennes, Hartford City. A Religion to Live By. Address of Sunday Vesper Service, 2 typescript pages. Partial text. Address about ideals, advantages, duties of college...
Dates: 1881 - 1893

Laboratory notebooks, drawings, observations, April - November, undated

 File — Box: Box 23
Identifier: Box 21
Scope and Contents April 25, May 2, December 6th, ovservation of planets taken on different dates Laboratory Notebooks May 18, undated Laboratory Notebooks May 25, undated Laboratory Notebooks August 1, undated Costly Husking. Sent to Homestead. October 18, undated. Drawing. November 30, undated
Dates: undated

Ledger book of agriculture clippings, 1882 - 1893

 File — Box: Box 23
Identifier: Box 21
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Winthrop E. Stone papers (1880s-1990s; 20.75 cubic feet) documents the life of Winthrop E. Stone, his family, and his administration as the fifth president of Purdue University.  They feature Stone’s academic career as a chemist and agriculturalist as well as his various policies and endeavors while President at Purdue.  They also document his interest in mountaineering.  Extensive records of communication and reporting on Stone’s accidental death while mount climbing is also included....
Dates: 1882 - 1893