University of Arizona

History of Science

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  1. Letters Regarding the Russell Process

    Edward H. Russell was the inventor of the process for extracting silver from raw ore by lixiviation, using hyposulphite. This procedure was first successfully introduced in September 1884 at Silver Reef, Utah. Carbons of letters in bound letter copying ...

    castanoe - 2013-04-18 12:49

  2. Paul Bigelow Sears Collection

    The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, grant proposals, reports, photographs, subject files, field notes, pollen samples and data relating to desert ecology which document Paul Sear's career as a botanist, ecologist and educator. The ...

    castanoe - 2015-07-29 15:49

  3. Emile Cyrus Houle Collection

    This collection is comprised of photo albums, scrapbooks, loose photographs, and printed materials documenting the life and travels of Emile Cyrus Houle. The bulk of the material relates to his medical career as a surgeon for the S. P. de Mexico Railroad ...

    castanoe - 2014-03-10 16:02

  4. Michael J. Drake Papers

    This collection is comprised of the professional papers of Michael J. Drake.  The bulk of the material relates to his career as a researcher and professor in geochemistry, planetary sciences, and meteoritics at the University of Arizona.  The majority of ...

    trentp - 2014-05-20 13:06

  5. Paul Bigelow Sears Collection

    The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, grant proposals, reports, photographs, subject files, field notes, pollen samples and data relating to desert ecology which document Paul Sear's career as a botanist, ecologist and educator. The ...

    trentp - 2015-07-29 15:49

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