Guide to the Chemistry Department Videotapes, 1993

Collection number: UV 8/4/1
Size: (4 items) (.20 cu.ft.)

About the Chemistry Department Videotapes

This series contains videotapes produced for the Chemistry Dept. of the symposium A Century of Chemistry in Durham: A Symposium, held on October 22, 1993.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open.

Copyright Notice

Copyright is retained by the University of New Hampshire.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Chemistry Department Videotapes, 1993, UV 8/4/1, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

These records were transferred to the University Archives in 1993.

Collection Contents

Tape 1Part 1: Professor A.F. Daggett, "Reminiscences"; Part 2: Dr. Clarence J. Murphy, "Charles James and the Tangled Web of '61"
Tape 2Part 1: Dr. Edward R. Atkinson; Part 2: Dr. Richard C. Morgan, "Industrial Research, Problems and Profitability"; Part 3: Dr. Gloria G. Lyle, "Deans, DOC, and Doctorates"; Part 4: Dr. Paul S. Anderson, "From Durham to West Point-Three Decades of Medicinal Chemistry"
Tape 3Part 1: A.R. Amell; Part 2: Clifford J. Gillespie, "Teaching and Learning: a Personal Perspective"; Part 3: Richard E. Keegan, "So I Was Once Myself an Analytical Chemist"
Tape 4Part 1: Fred E. Shaw, Jr., "Health Care Reform: The View From Washington"; Part 2: Mary Lynn Grayeski, "Chemically Generated Light"