Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
General records of the Department of Chemistry chair, including faculty applications, reports, clippings, statistics and curriculum. Dated 1948-1965.
Records of the Department of Chemistry chair, Joseph K. Nicholes. Includes memorandaums, letters, lists, forms, and other records on scholarships, awards, prizes, and the American Chemical Society. Dated 1947-1956.
Department of Chemistry chair records from 1958 to 1961, including records created by H. Smith Broadbent, who served from 1955 to 1958 as chair. Includes, memorandums, letters, reports, lists, curriculum, applications and forms related to the administration of the department, as well as the records from their association with the American Chemistry Society.
Records of the Department of Chemistry chair at Brigham Young University (Keith P. Anderson), dated 1957 to 1961. Includes memorandums, letters, forms, reports, schedules, and other documents regarding employees, students, the American Chemistry Society, and other administrative topics.
Department of Chemistry chair records during the service of Albert D. Swenson, dated 1958 to 1963. Included correspondence, a proposal the National Science Foundation, forms, and other administrative records.
Department of Chemistry chair general correspondence during the service of Loren C. Bryner, dated 1961-1964.
Contains the general department files, the Production Department files, and files of the department chair and faculty of the Chemistry Department at Brigham Young University, dated 1927 to 1976. Includes faculty papers of Leo P. Vernon and Hugh W. Peterson.
Faculty papers of Leo P. Vernon, collected while working in the Department of Chemistry at Brigham Young University. Includes minutes, reports, application forms, and notes. Dated 1950 to 1960.
Contains the records of the Production Department, consisting of groups of research obtained on various topics, mainly food production. Dated 1933 to 1976, though documents earlier than the late 1950s are gathered research in that time period and not documents produced by the Chemistry Department.