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The records consist of correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records, student records and papers, photographs and memorabilia, grade books, clippings, class records, memoranda, notes, a copy of the 1944 charter and by-laws of the Board of Trustees of the Sheffield Scientific School and administrative files documenting the history and operations of the Sheffield Scientific School and relate to virtually every aspect of its activities.
The records consist of student files and dean's files documenting academic performance of students in the Yale Sheffield Scientific School.
The papers consist of correspondence, lectures, speeches, writings, notes, clippings, and printed material, primarily relating to Edmund Sinnott's professional career as a botanist.
The records consist of correspondence, president's files, by-laws, constitution, minutes, and printed material documenting the operations of the Yale Chapter of the Sigma Xi.
The papers consist of correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia. The correspondence (1939-1949) is entirely devoted to Stannard's participation in the development of the sciences at Yale University and as a member of various university committees. A photograph album depicting the construction of the Copper River and Northwestern Railway in Alaska (ca. 1909-1910) is also included.
The records consist of correspondence, committee and planning documents, and project and procedure files maintained by Dr. Stephanie Spangler as deputy provost for biomedical and health affairs at Yale University.
Correspondence, reports, manuscripts and research material relating to Thorpe's geological surveys in Utah, to his work on vertebrate paleontology, to his directorship of the Peabody Museum of Natural History at Yale University, and to his work for the H. Emerson Tuttle Memorial Fund.
Research material including data on poison gas collected during World War I by the Chemical Warfare Services and for his book: The Lethal War Gases (1919). Included also are experimental data on food and diet and correspondence relating to his teaching career at Yale University as well as on his publications.
The papers reflect William W. Watson's career as a physicist and include correspondence, subject files, writings, and reports on professional conferences and writings, largely for the years 1950 to 1963. Best documented is his work as science advisor to the Philippine government, his involvement with the McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, and his participation on the Atomic Energy for Connecticut Committee.
The papers include professional and family correspondence, periodicals and pamphlets, books annotated by George Reber Wieland and scientific and personal photographs. The professional correspondence deals with his scientific expeditions and with negotiations on his proposed gift to the United States of a tract of land in South Dakota known as the "Fossil Cycad National Monument."
The papers consist of correspondence, writings, notes and offprints documenting Rupert Wildt's career as a professor in the Yale University department of astronomy (1946-1976), president of the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (1965-1968) and as visiting lecturer at universities in the United States and abroad.