Found in 117 Collections and/or Records:
One handwritten autobiography, one notebook, and photocopies of both documents. The notebook contains information on the theory and practice of geology. In his autobiography, Dunford describes his conversion to the Mormon faith in Great Britain.
Contains a copy of Vasco M. Tanner's "A Biotic Study of Mount Timpanogos." Includes information from a study of the animal and plant life of Mount Timpanogos in Provo, Utah. Materials dated 1938.
Glass photo slides, mementos, and biographical material pertaining to Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of penicillin. The collection includes a collection of 30 glass photo slides, comprised of 18 of Fleming's originals depicting his experiments to prove penicillin's value in 1928-9, 11 scenes Bryner took while on a family trip with the Flemmings in 1954, and one memento from Louis Pasteur's funeral.
Contains audio recordings of the talk radio program Thinking Aloud on compact discs. Program content covers a wide variety of subjects including science and technology, art and literature, social sciences, and history. Dates range from 2005 to 2012.
Handwritten and signed letters addressed to J. Brisben Walker. The March 6, 1892 item concerns articles on aeronautics written by Chanute which Walker has requested for publication in the Cosmopolitan Magazine. The September 7, 1892 item discusses availability of engines and boilers for aerial machines and announces prizes for an "aerial" contest.
Form letters and announcements, minutes of Faculty meetings and Department Chair meetings, College of Physical and Math Sciences reports, and annual department reports.
Contains printed materials of the departments of geology, computer science, chemistry, math, physics and astronomy, and statistics. Includes department minutes, newsletters, course materials, reports, addresses, and manuals.