Record Group: 6 C
Scope and Content Note
This Sub-Group holds records of the MU College of Arts and Science's Department of Chemistry. Included in this Series are minute books, correspondence, petitions, reports, departmental histories, grant files, and photographs of departmental faculty and facilities.
Note to Researcher: For information on the UMC Department of Biochemistry, see Record Group 14, Sub-Group 4. For information on the 1984 American Chemical Society Symposium, hosted by the University of Missouri-Columbia, see Record Group 14, Sub-Group 4.
Series Descriptions:Series 1. - C:6/17/1
This Series contains records of the UMC Department of Chemistry (ca. 1910-1958). Included in this Series are correspondence files, a 1931 Petition for a Radium Institute, three minute books (which contain records of departmental committees), and a copy of History and Directory, Delta Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma, compiled by George W. Eckert (ca. 1937). Also included in the Series is a photocopy of Report by the Curators to the Governor (ca. 1874), which includes "Contributions from the Laboratory of the State University."
(1 OSB, B3A, B2, 6)
Series 2. - C:6/17/2 (A76-23)
Series 3. - EMPTY
Series 4. - C:6/17/7 (A08-78; A08-97)
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