The collection includes (Acc. 1987.35) an address by Prof. William George Guy at the Fourth Annual Honors Convocations, 1939; biographical materials and newspapers clippings; correspondence, 1930-1981; correspondence--Western Electric Company's Gift to the Physics Department in Memory of Loren Eastman Bennett, 1967; Pomfret, John Edwin--Portrait and Reminiscences, 1959-1966; publications; Robb, Robert Gilchrist--Portrait, 1958.
In addition (Acc. 1986.021), there are six notebooks of chemistry notes (c. 1918-1921); a minute book of Theta Chi Delta, Alpha Theta chapter, an honorary chemistry fraternity; three photographs; an unbound copy of Guy's Ph.D. dissertation (University of Chicago, 1925); an article about Guy; brochures from Guy Lecture Hall dedication; one round leather box.
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Acc. 1986.21 was a gift of Alfred Armstrong on 5/29/1986; Acc. 1987.35 gift of Gladys Bennett Guy, 8/26/1985.
Acc. 1987.37 received 3/19/1982 from the Office of the President.
11 pins and medals, as well as a small jewelery box, were separated from the collection and are now housed and described in the University Archives Artifact Collection.