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John C. Stubbs Notebook, I

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Identifier: Mss. MsV Nc1
Scope and Contents Notes, 1872-1873, taken by [John C. Stubbs], student at Washington University, Baltimore, Md. The notes concern chemistry and medicine.

See also John C. Stubbs Notebook (MsV Nme10) and letters of Stubbs in the Thomas Jefferson Stubbs Papers (Mss. 65 St9).

Washington University in Baltimore became defunct in 1877. See Baltimore: Its History and Its People (New York, 1912), Vol. I, pp. 595-596.

John Posie Mathews Saunders Notebook

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Identifier: Mss. MsV Na1
Scope and Contents Notebook, 1854-1859, of John Posie Mathews Sanders of Jackson's Ferry, Wythe County, Va. at Emory and Henry College, Abingdon, Va. The notes concern Latin, Greek, chemistry, music, and accounting.

Charles L. Kendrick III Papers

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Identifier: UA 5.125
Scope and Contents This collection contains class notes, syllabi, exams, and other material pertaining to Charles L. Kendrick while attending the College of William and Mary for his undergraduate and graduate degrees. Most of the material is from Kendrick's undergraduate courses, but there is also material related to his graduate work in the School of Education. The collection also includes a packet containing information about water safety and lifeguard training, the history of the Theta Delta Chi fraternity,...

Patsy Emory's Laboratory Manual

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Identifier: SC 01008
Scope and Contents Laboratory manual, 1916-1917, of Patsy Emory of Chase City, Virginia. The following description was provided by the seller and has not been verified:"This is a copy of a school textbook titled: Laboratory Manual of Inorganic Chemistry, "One Hundred Topics in General, Qualitative, and Quantitative Chemistry", by Rufus P. Williams; published by Ginn & Company; 1896. This copy carries the name of Patsy Emory of Chase City, Va, and the dates 1916-1917. The book contains 100...

Seminary Notebook

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Identifier: Mss. MsV Nr2

Alfred Tingle Letters to Lillian Tingle

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Identifier: SC 01592
Scope and Contents Eight letters from brother in Tientsin, China to his sister in Oregon. Both were British ex-patriots. Alfred was a chemist and working for the Imperial Chinese Mint at the time of this letters. Lillian was a food columnist for the Oregonian newspaper. Alfred writes about current events in his area, the ousting of all of the Japanese from his region, activities in neighboring Afghanistan, work progress, some of his publications in scientific journals, and of his charge, a small girl whom he...

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