Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
The Biochemistry Department collection includes issues of department newsletters, informational pamphlets for prospective students, a 1962 proposal to the National Science Foundation for funds to build “new facilities for graduate training and research in biochemistry,” an a program for an undergraduate degree in the field of biochemistry.
The collection also includes unpublished annual reports for 1960 - 1972.
The collection consists of a letter written on March 7, 1866 to his aunt, Sarah Fairman. He describes life at the Agricultural College, including a schedule of a typical day and descriptions of the campus. Although the letter is not signed with Bradner’s last name, the college catalog for that time lists only one pupil with the first name of Ernest.
The collection contains the unpublished annual reports of Grounds Maintenance which include information on areas maintained, building construction, bicycle registration, Dutch Elm Disease, snow removal, salt use, temperature records, and rubbish disposal.