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Box 4

 Container

Contains 5 Collections and/or Records:

Publications, 1900s-1910s

 Sub-Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Series 1
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: 1900s-1910s

Stone's personal copy of 1904 Debris, 1904

 File — Box: 4
Identifier: Series 1
Scope and Contents Engraved on front: "President W.E. Stone"
Dates: 1904

Chemistry, circa 1910s

 File — Box: 4
Identifier: Series 1
Scope and Contents "Chemistry. Professor Stone. An Outline of Courses in Chemistry Offered at Purdue University"
Dates: circa 1910s

Canadian Alpine Journal 1920 Volume XI, 1920

 File — Box: 4
Identifier: Series 1
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: 1920

University Review Publication, December, 1926

 File — Box: 4
Identifier: Series 1
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: 1926