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Science, Technology, and Health

 Subject
Subject Source: CCLA Browse List Broad Terms

Found in 201 Collections and/or Records:

J. Vern Hales professional files

 Collection — Carton 1: [31197232511706]
Identifier: MSS 2101
Abstract Includes meteorological research; environmental impact studies; other scientific data; and resource materials for university courses by B. F. Skinner and Vern's father, Wayne B. Hales.

H. Tracy Hall papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 3204
Abstract The collection primarily documents Hall's career as a chemist as well as personal history, 1881-2002.

George L. Hardy computer program

 File — Folder 1: [31197230312719]
Identifier: MSS SC 1445
Scope and Contents Typed and bound paper entitled "A Program to Help Remedy a Difficulty in the Manipulation of Algebraic Expressions." The item explains how to implement a computer program to assist students who are having difficulties learning algebra.

Rosmary Clara Klatt Harms interview

 File — Folder 1: [31197230341411]
Identifier: MSS 2644
Scope and Contents Typed interview dated 9 May 2002. Harms was drafted into the Red Cross in 1940-1 and served in a field hospital in Russia in 1942. In this interview, she talked about her training and the conditions she faced in Russia. She was captured by the Americans at the end of the war and imprisoned with the men until she was recognized as being a woman. She met her husband, George Harms, at that time, and they were married in August of 1947. They later lived in the United States. She joined the...

Harold B. Lee Library records on Women of Science Reading Room

 Collection — Folder 1: [31197231235398]
Identifier: UA 879
Scope and Contents Contains agenda, press releases, speeches, correspondence, minutes of planning meetings, biographical information on the Discovery shuttle crew members, and space shuttle mission 51-D press kit compiled by NASA.

Thaddeus Mason Harris letter

 File — Folder 1: [31197230348465]
Identifier: MSS 1384
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter, addressed to T. William Harris, dated 17 Jan. 1834, and composed in Charleston, South Carolina. Thaddeus writes to his son about family matters and their shared interest in collecting birds, squirrels, mice, and moles.

Charles Lynn Hayward field notes

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS SC 2416
Scope and Contents Handwritten field notes. These notes are observations taken on flora and fauna observed by Hayward in various parts of Utah. Many of the observations were made in the Utah County area of Utah.

Sven Anders Hedin letter

 Item — Folder 1: [31197230335710]
Identifier: MSS 913
Scope and Contents Handwritten letter dated November 22, 1931 and addressed to "Mr. Fleener." The item was written in Stockholm, Sweden. Hedin writes concerning his work, "The Golden Pavilion of Jehol" for the Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago in 1933.

Elisabeth Hevelius letters

 Collection — Folder 1: [31197232549219]
Identifier: Vault MSS 817
Scope and Contents Transferred from the Eugene Fairfield McPike Papers (Mss. 2390). A petition for a medical cure for arthritis. Presumably she wanted to help her husband who suffered from arthritis. The letter was translated by A. H. White for Eugene F. McPike and was included in McPike's publication, Hevelius, Flamsteed and Halley: Three Contemporary Astronomers and Their Mutual Relations (London: Taylor and Francis, 1937): 5-6. Also includes three letters from Huntington Library (San Marino, CA)...

Johannes Hevelius letter to Johann Philipp von Wurtzelbau

 Collection — Folder 1: [31197232567096]
Identifier: Vault MSS 494
Scope and Contents This letter is dated 15 August 1686 and was written to Dr. Johann Philipp von Wurtzelbau (1651-1725) "my dear and respectable friend." Its content is concerned with arguments relating to lunar eclipses, about the planets Mars and Uranus, some astronomical theories, and in what should be made public. Hevelius expresses concern that his observations are considered forbidden by the council in Rome.