Emil H. White papers Edit

Summary

Identifier
MS 0635

Dates

  • 1930-1990 (Creation)

Extents

  • 60 Cubic Feet (Whole)
    48 record center cartons

Names

Subjects

Notes

  • Abstract

    Emil H. White (1926-1999) was a professor of Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University. This collection consists of Emil White's correspondence, spectragraphs, notebooks, infrared tests, and research and class materials from the 1950s and 1960s. This collection has not been processed.

  • Conditions Governing Access

    This collection is not processed and therefore has not been prepared for research use. Please contact Special Collections for more information

    This unprocessed collection may contain student records: Access is restricted to education records of living students or former students, as defined by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, unless the student or former student grants access in writing. If it is not possible to verify date of death, the student will be assumed to be deceased 80 years after date of graduation, or date of last attendance.

  • Scope and Contents

    This collection consists of Emil White's correspondence, spectragraphs, notebooks, infrared tests, and research and class materials from the 1950s and 1960s.

  • Biographical / Historical

    Emil H. White (1926-1999) was born in Ohio in 1926 and later studied at the University of Akron, the University of Chicago, and Harvard University. He taught at Yale for four years before transferring to Johns Hopkins University in 1956. He was the D. Mead Johnson Professor of Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University and taught until his death in 1999.

  • Immediate Source of Acquisition

    Dr. White donated his papers to the University Archives in approximately 1990.

  • Processing Information

    This collection has not been processed.

  • Custodial History

    The collection was transferred to the manuscripts unit from the University Archives in 1998.

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Single copies may be made for research purposes. Researchers are responsible for determining any copyright questions. It is not necessary to seek our permission as the owner of the physical work to publish or otherwise use public domain materials that we have made available for use, unless Johns Hopkins University holds the copyright.

  • Preferred Citation

    [Name of folder or item], [Date], [Box number], [Folder number], [Collection title], [Collection number], Special Collections, The Johns Hopkins University.

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