Record Group: 3 C|
Record Sub-Group: 44
Records Title: UMC; College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources; Department of Agricultural Chemistry; Administrative Records and Faculty Papers
Volume: 1 cubic foot, 1.25 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
This Sub-Group contains records of the University of Missouri-Columbia College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources' Department of Agricultural Chemistry. Included in this Sub-Group are correspondence files, faculty publications, progress reports, research notes, data sheets, photographs, faculty biographical materials, banquet programs, lecture texts, faculty academic degrees, and a copy of a booklet entitled, Dedication Proceedings of the Animal Science Research Center.
In 1974, the UMC Departments of Agricultural Chemistry and Medical Biochemistry merged to create the Department of Biochemistry, which reports to both the UMC School of Medicine and College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources. For more on the Department of Agricultural Chemistry's connection to UMC's Agricultural Experiment Station, follow this link to Record Group 25 C.
Series Descriptions:Series 1. - C:3/15/1
This Series contains records of the UMC Department of Agricultural Chemistry (1937-1973). Most of the records in this Series were created by or in cooperation with Professor Dennis T. Mayer. Included in this Series are correspondence files, faculty publications, progress reports, research notes, data sheets, and a copy of a booklet entitled, Dedication Proceedings of the Animal Science Research Center.
(2/3 c.f., UMLD1)
Former Series #2 - C:3/15/2 (A77-52; A77-65; A90-3)
Series 3. - C:3/15/3
Series 4. - C:3/15/4 (A10-35)
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